Andrew is a lecturer at Victoria University with experience in a wide range of topics. He has particular expertise in advanced research design and statistical analysis.
Andrew’s areas of interest include:
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Health Psychology
- Organisational Psychology.
- Supervision of 69 Honours Students, 65 completed
- Supervision of 13 Masters Students, 11 completed
- Co-Supervision of 1 PhD Candidate, 1 completed
Jago, A. J. & Pain, M.D. The usefulness of the QuALMS in measuring changes in arousal. International Conference on the Application of Psychology to Quality of Learning and Teaching, Hong Kong
Jago, A. J. & Pain, M.D. Field Testing the Catastrophe Model: Use of QuALMS or CSAI-2. The Third Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Sciences, Manchester
Jago, A .J. & Pain, M.D. Creating Interventions for Athletes based on TAIS and PDS scores. APS Conference Melbourne.
Pain, M. D. & Jago, A. J. The Integration of Models of Arousal and Performance: Theory and Practice. International Conference on the Application of Psychology to Quality of Learning and Teaching. Hong Kong
Fletcher, J., Hyman, G., Jago, A. J. & Coleman, G. Factors Inducing Stress Pre and Post Transplant Surgery. Second World Congress on Stress. Melbourne
Psychology, College of Health & Biomedicine
Areas of expertise
- Research methods
- Statistical analysis
- Anxiety and performance
- Talent identification