Barbara Masser




Barbara is an associate professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland. She has over 40 papers and reports examining applied social psychological problems. Her work focuses on how jurors perceive victims of sexual assault, and how beliefs about gender influence people’s perceptions more broadly. She is also Australia’s leading researcher examining the psychology of blood donation. She works with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service to promote effective donor recruitment and retention strategies. She has received University and National teaching awards for her four year applied social psychology course and tutor training program.

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Learn how behavioural science can improve our criminal justice system. This course systematically explores the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective. By experiencing a fictional case first hand, you will learn about the psychology of law and some of the misconceptions commonly held about criminal justice.

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