Dr Jim Phillips did his honours with Dr Doug Vickers at Adelaide University, and his PhD at Flinders University with Dr Denis Glencross. He then did post-doctoral research with Professor George Stelmach at University of Wisconsin. Jim has taught introductory psychology, research methods, ageing, and decision making at Monash University. He has conducted research on Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s diseases, Schizophrenia, and Major Depression. At Auckland University of Technology, he has taught introductory psychology, gambling and addictions counselling. He collaborated with Professor Triggs at Monash and was a member of the Ergonomics Society of Australia for many years. Jim is widely published and his interests include decision-making, gambling, and human-computer interaction. Most recently he has been concerned about “suicide baiting”.
- Society for Mathematical Psychology (Member)