Karen Gregg is a trial manager working in the Population Mental Health Group at the University of Melbourne. Since 2017 she has managed the teenAID trial - A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial to evaluate mental health first aid training for adolescents.
Working with CI Professor Anthony Jorm and leading researcher Dr Laura Hart.Karen started her career as a Primary school teacher and Education Consultant. After completion of a Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies at Victoria University followed by an Honours degree in Psychology at the University of Melbourne she has since worked on various psychological research projects across multiple Universities.2012 - 2017 Project management of The Children’s Body Image Development Study and assistance to deliver school based interventions with the EMBodiED research group at La Trobe University. Chief Investigator Professor Susan Paxton. 2009 - 2012 Research Assistant “Behavioural Management of the Triggers of Recurrent Headaches: Avoidance Versus Exposure” Chief Investigator Professor Paul Martin. Monash University. School of Psychology and Psychiatry2008 - 2009 Research Assistant “Concept-procedure interactions in addition and subtraction development”. Chief Investigator Dr Katherine Canobi. The University of Melbourne. Department of Psychology.
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"Stop eating lollies and do lots of sports": a prospective qualitative study of the develo..
Dietary Restraint of 5-Year-Old Girls: Associations with Internalization of the Thin Ideal..
Behavioural Management of Headache Triggers: Three Case Examples Illustrating a New Effect..
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"Stop eating lollies and do lots of sports": a prospective qualitative study of the development of children's awareness of dietary restraint and exercise to lose weight
Rachel F Rodgers, Eleanor H Wertheim, Stephanie R Damiano, Karen J Gregg, Susan J Paxton
Journal article | 2015 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Highest overall mark in Diploma Psychological Studies
Highest overall mark in Psychology first year
Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
Bachelor of Arts (Degree with Honours in Psychology)
University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies
Victoria University of Technology
Diploma in Teaching (Primary)
University of Melbourne