BBus (Curtin), PhD (Washington). FSIOP, FIAAP, FANZAM
Professor Robert Wood is a Distinguished Professor at UTS. Professor Wood specialises in learning and problem solving processes on complex tasks, motivational theory and organisational processes that impact on the wellbeing and productivity of individuals and teams. Other areas of expertise include:
- statistical mediation analysis
- interactive simulations
- personality processes
- Advisor, Hong Kong Civil Service
- Consultant, OECD (Paris)
- Member, Board of International Association of Applied Psychology.
- R.E. Wood and N. Beckmann (2006) Personality Architecture and the FFM in Organisational Psychology, Applied Psychology: An International Review.
- R.E. Wood (2005) New frontiers in self-regulation research for I-O Psychology, Applied Psychology: An International Review.
- J. Goodman and R.E. Wood (2004) Feedback Specificity, Learning Oppurtunities, and Learning, Journal of Applied Psychology.
- P. Atkins, R.E. Wood and P.J. Ruutgers (2002) The effects of feedback format on dynamic decision making, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
- R.E. Wood, S. Debowski and A. Bandura (2001) Impact of guided exploration and enactive exploration on self-regulatory mechanisms, Journal of Applied Psychology.