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Dr Sherrie-Anne Kaye
Research Fellow (Advanced Technologies)
Faculty of Health,
School of Psychology & Counselling
Discipline *
Psychology, Public Health and Health Services, Cognitive Science
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PhD (Queensland University of Technology)

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Dr Sherrie-Anne Kaye (BBehavSc(Hons), PhD) is a Research Fellow at CARRS-Q. Her PhD research applied neurological and cognitive measures to examine the extent to which individual differences in reward and punishment sensitivities influenced young drivers processing and acceptance of speeding-related road safety messages. She has extensive experience designing and undertaking both qualitative and quantitative research and has worked on various projects involving young drivers, road safety advertising, speeding behaviour, and cognitive functioning. Research Interests:Sherrie-Anne has been involved in road safety research since 2010. Her main areas of research interest include:

  • Young drivers
  • Speeding behaviour
  • Road safety advertising
  • Personality traits (reward and punishment sensitivities, sensation seeking, and impulsivity)
  • Cognitive and neurological measures of processing and attention in the context of road safety research
  • Psychophysiological measures in the context of road safety research
  • Automated vehicles
This information has been contributed by Dr Sherrie-Anne Kaye.


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