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Biography

Aileen Luo is a postdoctoral research fellow within the Lifespan Health and Wellbeing Research Centre at Macquarie University. Her research aims to understand the relationship between moral disengagement and psychological distress in the enactment of transgressive behaviours.

In addition to research, Aileen works with young people as a clinical psychologist in inpatient and community settings across private and public sectors.

Research interests

Aileen's research interests include moral responsibility, peer aggression (including traditional and cyber bullying), and their associated mental health outcomes in young people.

Aileen has also been involved in several projects in clinical psychology and psychiatric spheres. These research topics include:

  • Mechanisms of change in psychological interventions for anxiety disorders
  • Efficacy of psychological treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Psychological trauma associated with critical incidents in industrial settings
  • Efficacy of pharmacological treatments for substance use disorder
  • Clinical characteristics of schizophrenia spectrum disorders
  • Psychometric properties of scales measuring obsessive-compulsive and related disorders

Teaching

Aileen is a senior academic tutor for:

  • PSYU3339: Applied Child and Adolescent Psychology
  • PSYH4432: Advanced Issues in Developmental Psychology

She has previously convened PSYU3339 and tutored for PSYU2235: Developmental Psychology and PSYU1104: Introduction to Psychology I.

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