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Putu Novi Arfirsta Dharmayani is a research assistant in Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Health, and Human Sciences at Macquarie University. Her master's research project focused on the association between fruit and vegetable consumption and depression symptoms, particularly in young women. Her research interests lie on healthy lifestyle, including physical activity and dietary behaviours, food insecurity, mental health, and sustainability. 


STAT1103 - Introduction to Psychological Design and Statistics (Tutor)

HSYP8102 - Determinants of Health (Tutor)

Education/Academic qualification

Public Health, Master of Public Health (Research), Associations between fruit and vegetable consumption and depression symptoms, Macquarie University

Jul 2019Sept 2021

Award Date: 21 Sept 2021

Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology, The effects of physical activity on creative thinking

Aug 2013Jul 2017

Award Date: 22 Nov 2017


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