Sarah Halliday

Sarah Halliday

School of Psychology

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences


I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, currently teaching into the Graduate Diploma in Psychology. 

My PhD thesis examines bullying throughout the adolescent years, with a particular focus on the psychosocial, emotional wellbeing, and academic outcomes of traditional and cyber bullying victimisation. I am currently completing this under the supervision of Professor Deborah Turnbull & Dr Amanda Taylor (The University of Adelaide), and Dr Tess Gregory (Telethon Kids Institute). 

2019 - 2022 
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Divisional Scholarship: Australian Government
 

2019
Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarship: Australian Government

2019
Tutor: Technology in Psychology Research and Practice (School of Psychology)
Marker: Technology in Psychology Research and Practice & Psychology 1A (School of Psychology)

2020
Tutor: Technology in Psychology Research and Practice (School of Psychology)
Marker: Psychology 1A (School of Psychology) & Psychology 1B (School of Psychology)

2021
Tutor: Psychology 1A (School of Psychology)
Marker: Psychology 1A (School of Psychology)
Tutor: Technology in Psychology Research and Practice (School of Psychology)
Associate Lecturer: Psychology 1B (School of Psychology)

2022
Lecturer: Graduate Diploma in Psychology (School of Psychology)
Guest Lecturer and Tutor: Health Lifespan and Development (School of Psychology)

  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2020 - ongoing Member Australian Psychological Society Australia
    2019 - ongoing Member Healthy Development Adelaide Australia
    2019 - ongoing Member Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association Australia

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