Dr Kelly Trezise currently holds a Bridging Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences and a Research Fellow position at the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education. She is primarily interested in identifying individual differences in patterns of learning. She integrates educational, cognitive, and developmental psychology, and use a variety of analytical methods to examine processes that contribute to learning and development. Kelly also examines how educational technology and cognition interact during learning. She uses a variety of analytical methods, including finite mixture models, to examine processes that contribute to learning and development. the . In her PhD completed at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, Kelly examined maths anxiety-cognition interactions and their relationship with algebraic problem solving in adolescents. This research highlighted the mutual, changing relationships between students’ cognitive abilities and anxiety, as experienced in the classroom. Website: kellytrezise.com
2017: Characterisation of relationships between knowledge states, emotions and learning. K. Trezise. University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences Bridging Postdoctoral Fellowship. Funding: $43,000.
Education and training
University of Melbourne 2015
Flinders University of South Australia 2008