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Brooke Brady

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Conjoint Postdoctoral Research Fellow
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Brooke Brady is an ARC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, an Associate Investigator at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research, and a Conjoint Postdoctoral Research Fellow at NeuRA. Brooke conducts research using innovative app-based and wearable technologies to explore intra-individual variability in factors associated with life-course ageing. She currently works on a number of app-based projects, including Labs Without Walls, and the Resilient Minds Study. Brooke contributes to the Gaawaadhi Gaadudha research project, exploring Aboriginal cultural health and resilience in the context of cultural camps held on country. Brooke also leads a programme of interdisciplinary research interested in the dynamics of life-course gender.


2023, 06 Mar

Labs Without Walls: Protocol Describing the Research Design and Methods of an App and Smart Watch Based Study Exploring Micro-Longitudinal Aging (Preprint)

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2022, 14 Nov

Gender is dynamic for all people

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2022 Feb

Fear of Heterosexism Among Sexuality and Gender Diverse Staff and Students

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2021, 22 Sep

Association between decision-making under risk conditions and on-road driving safety among older drivers.

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2021, 27 Mar

Age-related differences in instructed positive reappraisal and mindful attention

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2019, 27 Mar

Validation of the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire in older community-dwelling adults

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2019, 06 Mar

Validation of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults

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2018 Nov

Individual and Community Resilience: Review of the Evidence.

2018 Oct

Social Connectedness. Health and Wellbeing.


Diversity and safety on campus @ Western: Heterosexism and cissexism in higher education.

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