Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Hons) (USYD)
Fiona received her PhD in Psychology with Vice Chancellor’s Commendation for PhD Thesis from Macquarie University in 2001. Fiona joined ACAP as Lecturer in Psychological Sciences after nine years at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, where she served in a variety of roles, including Assistant Professor of Psychology, Head of the Department of Psychology Research Ethics Committee, and Head of the Department of Psychology. Fiona has extensive experience in post-secondary teaching, receiving the Hessian Merit Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2006 and the ACAP Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2014. She has been presenting her research at local, national, and international conferences since 1999, and is also a published writer, receiving the Milton Acorn Award for Poetry in 2010.
Sex, Gender and Intimate Relationships, Developmental, Statistics, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
Expert Comment Topics
Body image and embodiment, sexuality, media representations of sex, gender and sexuality, literature, madness, death and dying.
- Lyubchenko, I. & Papps, F. A. (2015). ‘Schizo’: The liberatory potential of madness. Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary-Net Press.
- Papps, F.A. (2014). (Ed.) “And then the monsters come out…”: Madness, Language and Power. Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary-Net Press.