Phone: (03) 53279615
- BA (Hons)
- Introductory Psychology
- Social Psychology
- Current Issues in Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Research Supervision
Robert’s main research interests are within the broad area of problem behaviour. In particular, he is interested in health-risk behaviour (drug and alcohol use, sex, driving, and gambling behaviours) during the emerging and young adult period of the lifespan and investigating which factors best predict young people’s involvement in these behaviours. Using a psychosocial perspective, he is interested in the impact of cognitive, personality, social, and affective factors on risky and reckless behaviours.
Publications (last 5 years)
Tran, J., Teese, R., & Gill, P. R. (2018). UPPS-P facets of impulsivity and alcohol use patterns in college and noncollege emerging adults. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 44 (6), 695-704.
Blain, B., Gill, P. R., & Teese, R. (2015). Predicting problem gambling in Australian adults using a multifaceted model of impulsivity. International Gambling Studies, 15 (2), 239-255.
Gill, P., Teese, R., & Sonn, C. (2014). Masculine identity negotiation in everyday Australian life: An ethno-discursive study in a gym setting. International Journal of Men’s Health, 13 (1), 42-59.