- Professor Marilyn Campbell
Faculty of Education,
Early Childhood and Inclusive Education
- Discipline *
- Psychology, Specialist Studies in Education
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- Identifiers and profiles
PhD (University of Queensland), MEd (University of Queensland), Postgrad Dip in Psychology (University of Queensland)
- Professional memberships
- College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists
- Australian Psychological Society
- Life Coaching Network
- Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy
- Australian Women Educators Association
- Fellow of Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth
- National Centre Against Bullying
- International Observatory on Violence in schools
- Cyberbullying Action Network
- COST action on Cyberbullying
Educational counselling, anxiety disorders in children & adolescents, bullying, including cyberbullying
Marilyn is a professor in the school of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education in the Faculty of Education. Her main teaching area is in the Masters of School Guidance and Counselling and in the Masters of Educational and Developmental Psychology.
Prior to this appointment Marilyn worked as a teacher for 20 years in early childhood, primary and secondary schools. Subsequently she became a registered psychologist and worked as a school counsellor, mainly with young children in early childhood and primary school settings, assessing children and providing counselling and intervention strategies to both parents and teachers. She then supervised both school counsellors and psychologists working in educational settings.
Marilyn Campbell’s research expertise is in anxiety disorders in children and adolescents and in bullying, especially cyberbullying. She also researches in mental health issues for young people involving web based counselling and promoting resilience in intellectually disabled children and adults. Marilyn has also published papers on international pre-service teachers. She is a registered psychologist and teacher. Marilyn has expertise in quantitative design methodology.
She has authored over 100 publications, is the recipient of a number of professional awards, as well as over a million dollars in grants. Dr Campbell was team leader on a consultancy project with adults with an intellectual disability and challenging behaviours, was chief investigator on two ARC linkage grants, one on cyberbullying and the other on online school counselling and an investigator on an ARC Discovery grant on resilience in intellectually impaired children. She is currently a chief investigator on an NHMRC grant investigating the prevention of bullying using motivational interviewing. She is also an Australian Research Council assessor and NHMRC assessor, as well as assessing for AHRC in the United Kingdom; the Israel Science Foundation Social Sciences and Humanities; the Research Council of Canada; the Romanian Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding; the Insight Grant applications of Canada and the National Research Foundation of UAE.
Her publications have the third highest downloads on e-prints for the whole university, and she was chosen for the only case study example of open access for QUT for the Queensland government in 2016.
Her research into cyberbullying has been one of the first internationally and in Australia. She has advised the Australian Federal government and state governments and UNESCO on bullying and has been a member of the National Centre Against Bullying’s Advisory Council for the last 7 years. She was on the Management Board of the COST European Action on cyberbullying, 2009-2012, is an Adjunct Professor at Edith Cowan university and the University of Bucharest. She has been a member of the reference group for Kids Matter and Mind Matters for 15 years. Marilyn has been President of the Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association and is now a life member.
Her editorial roles include Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools for the past 10 years, member of the editorial boards of International Journal of Instruction; International Society of Applied Psychology (ISAPSY); School Psychology International; Education and Science Journal; The Counsellor; International Journal of Stress Management ; Journal of Psychology; Journal of School Violence; Turkish Journal of Addiction. She also is called upon to review extensively by high ranking journals.
She has been the recipient of many awards in QUT, including Education Faculty Research Excellence Award, Education Faculty award for scholarship of teaching, Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Award for research and the Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award. She has been invited numerous times to speak as keynote at international conferences as well as at national conferences and seminars.
Marilyn has extensive media coverage both nationally and internationally on TV, radio, press and magazines. Her latest media is with Ian Thorpe on the ABC TV series Bullied.
She is the author of the Worrybusters series of books for anxious children.
- SPB006 Educational Counselling
- SPN611 Educational Counselling Professional Practice
- SPN612 Psychoeducational Assessment
- SPN640 Developmental and Educational Assessment
- SPN641 Interventions in Educational and Developmental Psychology
- Campbell MA, Glasheen KJ, (2017) A history of school psychology in Australia, Handbook of Australian school psychology: Integrating international research, practice, and policy p21-37
- Campbell MA, (2017) The Australian perspective: Efforts to counter cyberbullying, Bullying and cyberbullying: prevalence, psychological impacts and intervention strategies p201-218
- Campbell MA, Hwang Y, Whiteford CM, Dillon-Wallace JA, Ashburner J, Saggers B, Carrington S, (2017) Bullying prevalence in students with autism spectrum disorder, Australasian Journal of Special Education p1-22
- Campbell MA, Whiteford CM, Duncanson KS, Spears BA, Butler DA, Slee P, (2017) Cyberbullying bystanders: Gender, grade, and actions among primary and secondary school students in Australia, International Journal of Technoethics p44-55
- Orel AR, Campbell MA, Wozencroft KJ, Leong E, Kimpton M, (2017) Exploring university students' coping strategy intentions for cyberbullying, Journal of Interpersonal Violence p446-462
- Le Thi Hai Ha H, Nguyen H, Campbell MA, Gatton ML, Tran NT, Dunne M, (2017) Longitudinal associations between bullying and mental health among adolescents in Vietnam, International Journal of Public Health p51-61
- Shaw T, Campbell MA, Runions KC, Zubrick SR, (2017) Properties of the DASS-21 in an Australian community adolescent population, Journal of Clinical Psychology p879-892
- Campbell MA, (2016) Policies and procedures to address bullying at Australian universities, Bullying among university students: Cross-national perspectives p157-171
- Glasheen KJ, Shochet IM, Campbell MA, (2016) Online counselling in secondary schools: would students seek help by this medium?, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling p108-122
- Locke JY, Kavanagh DJ, Campbell MA, (2016) Overparenting and homework: The student's task, but everyone's responsibility, Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools p1-15
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.
- Exploring Career Developing of Youth with Refugee Backgrounds through Narrative Career Counselling
PhD, Mentoring Supervisor
Other supervisors: Dr Kevin Glasheen, Dr Mary McMahon
- Understanding Lecturers' Pedagogic Practices and Perspectives in regard of blackboard Utilization in Saudi and Australian Universities
PhD, Associate Supervisor
Other supervisors: Dr Donna Tangen
- The Three R's, relationships, relationships, relationships: How can teacher-student relationships be more positive and productive in secondary schools?
PhD, Principal Supervisor
Other supervisors: Dr Kevin Glasheen
- Drama Based Methods for the Development of Creativity and Critical Thinking Skills in Junior Secondary School Students in Sri Lanka
PhD, Principal Supervisor
Other supervisors: Associate Professor Bree Hadley
Completed supervisions (Doctorate)
- Leaving home: Investigating transitioning challenges faced by boarding students and their families (2015)
- A Multilevel Investigation into the Effects of the Philosophical Community of Inquiry on 6th Grade Students' Reading Comprehension, Interest in Maths, Self-Esteem, Pro-Social Behaviours and Emotional Well-Being (2014)
- Too Much of a Good Thing? : An Investigation Into Overparenting (2014)
- Primary Classroom Teachers' Use of Social and Emotional Wellbeing Programs and the Factors Influencing Program Use (2012)
- The Application of Bowen's Family System Theory (BFST) to the Malay Population in Malaysia (2011)
- Discovering, applying and integrating self-knowledge: A grounded theory study of learning in life coaching (2008)
- Students' Lived Experience of Transition into High School: A Phenomenological Study (2006)
- Words and Phrases used in Written Communication by Eight Personality Types as Measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator : a contribution to the theory (2005)