BA, PhD (Qld)


Professor David Siddle was Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) at the University of Queensland. Professor Siddle's research interests are in associative learning with a particular focus on orienting, habituation and Pavlovian conditioning. He was a member of the Higher Education Standards Panel 2012-2014 and is currently Chair, Translational Research Institute Pty Ltd

  • Member, Humanities and Social Sciences Panel of the Australian Research Council 1991-94
  • Panel Chair 1993 and 1994
  • Deputy Chair, Research Grants Committee of ARC, 1994
  • President, Society for Psychophysiological Research, 1989-1990.
  • Chair, National Imaging Facility until 2015.
  • Member, Higher Education Standards Panel, 2012-2014.
  • Chair, Translational Research Institute Pty Ltd
  • Chair, Opera Queensland

  • Lipp, O. V., Siddle, D. A. T. and Dall, P. J. (2003) The effects of unconditional stimulus valence and conditioning paradigm on verbal, skeleto-motor, and autonomic indices of human Pavlovian conditioning, Learning and Motivation 34:32-51.
  • Lipp, O. V., Siddle, D. A. T. and Dall, P. J. (2000) The effects of change in lead stimulus modality on the modulation of acoustic blink startle, Psychophysiology 37:715-723.
  • Lipp, O. V. and Siddle, D. A. T. (1999) Startle modification during orienting and Pavlovian conditioning, In Startle modification: Implications for neuroscience, cognitive science, and clinical science. M. E. Dawson, A. M. Schell, and A. Bohmelt (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Siddle, D. A. T. and Lipp, O. V. (1997) Orienting, habituation and information processing: The effects of omission, the role of expectancy, and the problem of dishabituation, In Attention and orienting: Sensory and motivational processes. P. J. Lang, R. F. Simons, and M. Balaban (eds.). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Siddle, D. A. T. (1983) Orienting and habituation: Perspectives in human research. Chichester: Wiley.