A/Prof Gill Terrett
School of Psychology
Brief summary of expertise
Gill is Deputy Director of the Cognition and Emotion Research Centre in the School of Psychology at ACU. Gill’s research generally reflects her background in developmental psychology. Her current interests focus on cognitive functioning within a range of clinical populations, including children with autism and adult substance users, as well as with older adults. Gill is particularly interested in cognitive processes that impact on the capacity to function effectively in daily living. She is currently conducting research in the areas of episodic future thinking, prospective memory and emotion processing. She is a CI on an ACURF program grant ($1.23 million), leading 5 projects within that program. She is also a CI on recently awarded ACURF project grant ($50,000).
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