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Spearman, Juliette

I completed my undergraduate degree with first class honours from Otago University , New Zealand in 2008. I then moved to Melbourne, where I completed my Masters of Psychology (Education and Development) at Monash University in 2010 with an overall high distinction grade. Under the supervision of Associate Professor Helen Watt I completed my thesis titled “Perception shapes experience: The influence of actual and perceived classroom environment dimensions on girls’ motivations for science”, which is soon to be published in Learning Environment Research. I presented this research at AARE and APS conferences in 2010 and the HKPS conference in 2011. I have recently relocated to Hong Kong where I am currently looking for an Educational Psychologist role. The advancement of girls and women in STEM fields remains an important topic to me, which I hope to contribute to and stay informed with through this group.

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