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Ben Morrison is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Macquarie University, Australia. He completed his PhD with MARCS Laboratories at the University of Western Sydney in 2010. Ben is a member of Macquarie’s Performance and Expertise Reasearch Centre. He is an endorsed Organisational Psychologist, member of the Australian Psychological Society, and a fellow of the College of Organisational Psychologists.

Research interests

Ben’s research focuses on psychology in the workplace, including areas relating to expertise development and the impacts of emerging technologies. He has a particular interest in applied research, and as such regularly undertake research projects within real-world work settings or simulations of such environments. Ben is currently working on research projects relating to the role of cue utilisation in expert judgement in cyber security, driving, and sport, as well as the barriers to effective use of intelligent decision support technologies in the workplace.


Ben convenes and teaches the following units in the Master of Organisational Psychology program:

  • PSYO8914 Industrial and Organisational Psychology
  • PSYO8939 Team Factors in the Workplace
  • PSYO8940 Psychological Assessment and Evaluation

Research student supervision

Ben supervises students in PhD, Masters, and Honours programs. Topics include:

  • Cue utilisation in complex work environments
  • Skill acquisition
  • Predicting positive interactions with intelligent decision support systems
  • Algorithm aversion and appreciation

Community engagement

As a practicing organisational psychologist, Ben offers services in the following:

  • Cognitive Task Analysis (CTA)
  • Psychological assessment
  • Incident investigation and causal factor analysis
  • Training design and evaluation


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