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Dr Janelle MacKenzie completed her PhD at QUT investigating maternal sleepiness and the impacts of sleepiness on driving. In particular, she focused on the assessment of maternal sleep and infant sleep, as well as the psychological and social factors that contribute to sleepiness in the postpartum p [...]
Dr George Thomas will undertake high quality research to understand digital technology use in children, including developing better measurement of technology use and postures/movement of children through wearable cameras and sensors. Through his work with the Centre, George hopes to better understan [...]
Dr Dylan Cliff’s research focuses on supporting children’s development and health through investigating movement behaviours such as physical activity, sedentary behaviour and use of electronic media. As Chief Investigator in the Healthy Child program and contributor to the Longitudinal Family St [...]
Dr Juliana Zabatiero’s research focuses on screen technology use and its influence on physical activity and sedentary behaviours. She is involved in the Centre’s Australian Children of the Digital Age (ACODA) Longitudinal Study and the Healthy Child program, focussing on how young children and t [...]
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