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Fiona Fidler

Arc Future Fellow
psychology
in conservation science and beyond
research ethics and integrity
in conservation science
ecology and evolution
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
social sciences
humans
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Prof

Fiona Fidler

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Statistical Practice
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Prof

Fiona Fidler

 

Fiona is broadly interested in how experts, including scientists, make decisions and change their minds. Her past research has examined how methodological change occurs in different disciplines, including psychology, medicine and ecology, and developed methods for eliciting reliable expert judgements to improve decision making.

She originally trained as a psychologist, and maintains a strong interest in psychological methods. She also has an abiding interest is statistical controversies, for example, the ongoing debate over Null Hypothesis Significance Testing. She is a current Australian Research Council Future Fellow, and leads the University of Melbourne’s Interdisciplinary MetaResearch Group (imerg.info). Her position at the University of Melbourne is split across the School of BioSciences (Ecology & Evolution) and the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies (History & Philosophy of Science).

Projects

Displaying the 18 most recent projects by Fiona Fidler.

18

Projects

Project Types


9

Research Grant


5

Research Contracts


4

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 68 most recent scholarly works by Fiona Fidler.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2009

Faculty of Science, Early Career Researcher (La Trobe University)

1994

Australian Psychological Society

2

Awards

Credentials

Positions


Arc Future Fellow

Biosciences

Member

Association for Interdisciplinary Meta-research and Open Science

Member

Society for Improving Psychological Science

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)

James Cook University of North Queensland