Dr Dianne Wuillemin
Lecturer in Psychology
Dianne started working for Monash University in 1992 as a lecturer in the Psychology Department, where she contributed substantially to the development of a common curriculum and the expansion of the off-campus and off-shore teaching programmes. Her primary teaching interests were in biological and cognitive psychology and in research design and analysis. In 2002 she transferred to the School of Applied Media & Social Sciences where her main teaching focus is on developing units for the Bachelor of Cognitive Science and the major in Psychological Studies.
Research Interests / Publications
Research Interests: For most of her academic life, Dianne has worked in various overseas universities; this is reflected in her varied publication history. Her main research interests are in the neurosciences - she has published journal articles on brain function, particularly in laterality, and on various aspects of perception. Other papers indicate an interest in crime and in computers as an educational medium. Currently she is working in the Bionics and Cognitive Science Centre with a small team of engineers, IT specialists and psychologists attempting to develop virtual touch.
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- School of Humanities, Communications & Social
Monash University, Gippsland Campus
Churchill, Victoria 3842