Processes and outcomes of education in the affective domain
Research team leader
Dr Elaine Chapman is the Deputy Head of School - Research in the Graduate School of Education at UWA. She has held academic positions at Monash University and at the University of Sydney prior to settling at UWA. Dr Chapman’s background is in psychology, but she has always had an interest in applying knowledge from psychology to education. Her general research interests lie in the areas of applied social and educational psychology, educational assessment, and research methods. Dr Chapman has published research and supervised doctoral students across a diverse range of areas in the field of education.
- Chapman, E. (2003). Alternative Approaches to Assessing Student Engagement Rates. Practical Assessment Research and Evaluation, 8(13), 1-10
- Chapman, E., O'Neill, M. (2010). Defining and assessing generic competencies in Australian universities: ongoing challenges. Education Research and Perspectives, 37(1), 105-123
- Lim, S., Chapman, E. (2013). Identifying affective domains that correlate and predict mathematics performance in high-performing students in Singapore. Educational Psychology, Online
- Kemp, M., Molloy, T., Pajic, M., Chapman, E. (2014). An analysis of reported motivational orientation in students undertaking doctoral studies in the biomedical sciences. BMC Medical Education, 14(1), 38-49