About Dr Steve Provost

Dr Steve Provost BScPysch(Hons)(UNSW) PhD(UNSW) GradCertHEd (UNSW)
Steve Provost is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Southern Cross University at Coffs Harbour.
Steve's background is in the study of learning, and in particular theories
of Pavlovian conditioning. He has conducted research and supervised students
in a number of topics within experimental psychology, including stimulus
equivalence, attentional effects of nicotine, implicit learning and the
McCollough effect. Since 2004 he has been heavily involved in the
scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education, particularly
through his participation in the AUTC/Carrick funded Disciplinary Project on
Learning Outcomes and Curriculum Development in Psychology led by Professor
Ottmar Lipp at the University of Queensland. Steve's current research
interests are in the psychopharmacology of nicotine and oestrogen with
respect to learning, impulsivity and fatigue.

Positions

Present Lecturer, School of Health & Human Sciences (Psychology), Southern Cross University
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Disciplines


Research Interests

Psychophysiology, Psychopharmacology, Impulsivity, Addiction, Human factors, and Teaching of psychology


Contact Information

Coffs Harbour Education Campus
Hogbin Drive
Coffs Harbour, NSW
Australia 2450
Phone: (+61 2)6659 3304
Fax: (+61 2)6659 3202

Email:


Journal articles (9)

Books and reports (2)

Book chapters (6)

Conference publications (6)