Dr Stacey Oliver
Dr Stacey Oliver
Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), BA (Hons) Psychology
Dr Stacey Oliver is a Research Fellow at the Summer Foundation and has been working with the Research Unit since 2018. Stacey leads research projects that explore the relationships between housing and quality of life for young people with disability. She also contributes to a variety of research projects, conducting scoping literature reviews, analysing and interpreting research data, writing research reports and manuscripts, and disseminating research findings.
Stacey has 6 years of experience as a psychology researcher, employing skills in research methods and study design, and teaching university students research methods, community development and other aspects of clinical psychology and neuropsychology. She recently completed her PhD in Psychology at Flinders University. Throughout her candidature, Stacey presented her research both locally and internationally. In addition to her work at the Summer Foundation, Stacey was recently engaged as a research supervisor at Monash University, where her research focused on how the built environment contributes to well-being.
- Oliver, S.B., Gosden-Kaye, E.Z., Jarman, H.K., Winkler, D., Douglas, J.M. (2019) A scoping review to explore the experiences and outcomes of younger people with disabilities in residential aged care facilities: Interim Report. Melbourne, Australia: Summer Foundation.
- Oliver, S., Kemps, E. (2018) Motivational and implicit processes contribute to incidental physical activity. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23(4):820-842.
- Oliver, S., Gosden-Kaye, E. Z., Winkler, D., & Douglas, J. M. (2020). The outcomes of individualized housing for people with disability and complex needs: a scoping review. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-15.
- Oliver, S., Gosden-Kaye, E. Z., Jarman, H., Winkler, D., & Douglas, J. M. (2020). A scoping review to explore the experiences and outcomes of younger people with disabilities in residential aged care facilities. Brain Injury, 1-15.