Professor Fiona White

Professor

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 61 2 93513246

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Biographical details

I am a Professor in Social Psychology. I graduated with a PhD from the University of Sydney in 1997. My research expertise concerns the development of effective strategies to promote cooperative intergroup relations. I have led a number of prejudice and stigma reduction projects involving contact and recategorization strategies, and have received competitive funding from the Australian Research Council, Office of Learning and Teaching and ViCHealth. I am also the Director of the Sydney University Psychology of Intergroup Relations (SUPIR) Research Lab, and hold the position of Degree Coordinator of the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLAS) in the Faculty of Science.

Across my academic career, I have published over 80 papers in peer-reviewed publications with over 1350 citations (Google Scholar) and 90 conference presentations. I have supervised two post-docs, 15 postgraduates and over 50 honours students to completion.

I have also been lead author on four editions of a developmental psychology textbook (White, Hayes & Livesey, 2005; 2010; 2013; 2015) that has had substantial national impact with over 20,000 copies sold. I also maintain a research active role in the scholarship of teaching having been awarded six highly competitive research-teaching grants (> $500K). In recognition of the quality embodied by my contribution to the research scholarship of learning and teaching, I have been the successful co-recipient (with Dr Caleb Owens) of the 2012 Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching Award and the 2013 OLT Teaching Citation Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

Research interests

I am recognised internationally for integrating and evaluating social cognitive strategies to reduce prejudice and stigma, and improve intergroup relations:

a) Refocusing on the 'intergroup' nature of prejudice

All of my prejudice research adopts an intergroup design - for example, I measure Asians and White Australians attitudes towards one another (McGrane & White, 2007; White, Harvey & Verrelli, 2015; Chu, White & Verrelli, 2016); Muslim and Christian attitudes (White & Abu-Rayya, 2009; 2012; 2014); Protestants and Catholics (White, Turner, Verrelli, 2016). It is my strong scientific belief that both ingroup and outgroup voices need to be heard, measured and understood before effective prejudice reduction strategies can be appropriately tailored to achieve success for both groups.

b) Advancing new integrated framework to produce long-term bias reduction

My ARC-funded DIEC study (2009-11) program advanced a new conceptual framework proposing that cognitive strategies such as dual identity recategorization provides the necessary mechanism to complement and enhance the benefits of social strategies such as E-contact. For example, achieving a common goal via contact is facilitated by the formation of a common identity between minority and majority members. This successful social cognitive integration promoted sustained (at a 1-year follow-up) bias reduction for both Muslims and Christians even under conditions of continued religious segregation. Previous contact research had been limited by its focus on singular, short-term strategies.

c) E-contact: A bridge between distal and proximal forms of contact

I have developed and evaluated various E-contact strategies - computer mediated contact that involves synchronous internet text chat between in- and outgroup members. For example, the DIEC program integrated real minority and majority groups text-chatting with one another over 8 x 40 minute internet sessions, whereas a newer 15-minute form of E-contact involves participants text chatting in a synchronous online interaction with an outgroup member, whose responses unbeknownst to them, are preprogrammed. Most importantly, both E-contact formats are theoretically-framed by Allport's facilitating conditions of cooperation and have received empirical support (White & Abu-Rayya, 2009; 2012; 2014; White, Turner, Verrelli, 2016). In our technological age, my E-contact strategies are increasingly being recognised as playing a significant role in advancing intergroup relations research, especially when anxiety and/or physical segregation are barriers to direct contact.

d) Developing an interactive anti-racism classroom app

Formulating interventions to change intergroup attitudes, rather than simply measure attitudes, is also a research focus of mine. Alongside experts in the field (Killen, Priest, Paradies) providing theoretical content, the 'Kids together now' (ipad) app provides an interactive framework of 8 hypothetical story lines for primary-aged students to work through with their teacher in their classroom. Each story line involves an example of social exclusion and encourages children to feel empathy for the targets of racism, promote cross-group friendships and facilitate discussions about exclusion.

e) Teaching scholarship - strategies to reduce student plagiarism

In collaboration with my colleague, Dr Caleb Owens, we have successfully used TIES funding to address increases in student plagiarism by implementing and evaluating the Constructive Feedback and Plagiarism Reduction (CFPR) program. The CFPR program, integrated similarity detection software, writing tutorials, peer/tutor feedback, and online master quizzes to create a sustained and systematic reduction in the number of plagiarism cases amongst Psyc1001 and Psyc1002 amongst a Total N = 14,338. Importantly, the most significant reduction in plagiarism cases occurred between the ‘no education (a deterrent-only) strategy’ and when a writing exercise with feedback was introduced in the following year. Importantly, the CFPR program produced a sustained 7-year reduction in Psychology students’ plagiarism rates.

In recognition of our innovative CFPR program, we were awarded the Vice Chancellor's Teaching Excellence Award for Support of the Student Experience in 2012 ($10K), and an Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) Citations Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2013 ($10K).

Teaching and supervision

Undergraduate Teaching:

PSYC2013: Cognitive, Social and Developmental Psychology

PSYC2014: Personality and Intelligence I

PSYC3017: Social Psychology

Recent PhD Completions:

Eileen Chu: Asian-Australian hyphenated identification: Self and other perceptions and their implications for intergroup relations (2016; Research Supervisor)

Maram Abu-Rayya: Identity, psychological well-being, and school adjustment among Australian Muslim adolescents (2015: Auxiliary Supervisor)

Andrea Van Dommelen: The role of social identity complexity inclusiveness and structure in intergroup relations (2014; AuxiliarySupervisor)

Betty Luu: Children's sensitivity to speaker accuracy and explanatory competence (2014; Auxiliary Supervisor)

Chris Hunt: Threat to masculinity and gender-role conforming behaviour (2013; Auxiliary Supervisor)

Current research students

Project title Research student
Understanding and reducing stigma towards the label 'feminist' Amanda ARCIERI
Building Resilience in Adolescence - Examining the efficacy of a Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Skills Training Program on Social and Emotional Learning Lauren HARVEY
Reducing public stigma and self-stigma towards different mental illness Rachel MAUNDER
Ideological symmetry in intergroup prejudice towards threatening and competitive outgroups Stefano VERRELLI

Associations

Executive Member of the Psychology Education Interest Group of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)

Registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) – Psychology Board of Australia

Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

Member of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP)

Member of the Australasian Human Development Association (AHDA)

Awards and honours

2017: Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Outstanding Mentoring and Leadership, for the success of the Strategic Promotion Advice and Mentoring (SPAM) program. The SPAM program addresses the significant under-representation of women academics that has persisted at senior levels in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM) across the higher education sector (Fiona White, Daniela Traini and Robyn Overall).

2013: Office of Learning and Teaching Citations Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning – For developing and evaluating the innovative Constructive Feedback and Plagiarism Reduction Program that engages students’ writing skills and successfully reduced plagiarism rates (Fiona White and Caleb Owens).

2012: Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Support of the Student Experience for the "Constructive Feedback and Plagiarism Reduction Program" conducted in first-year Psychology (Fiona White and Caleb Owens).

In the media

I'm not racist but....

http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/life/im-not-racist-but-20110706-1h2g3.html

I was one of only four academic staff at the University of Sydney to be awarded a place on the 2016 Chief Executive Women Leaders Program.

The program commenced on 10 March and will provide opportunities for the cohort to hear from a range of leaders from both the corporate and public sectors throughout the year.

“This program offers a unique opportunity to network with women leaders from a wide range of organisations to share ideas about promoting effective leadership, including authenticity, transparency and trust, in our respective workplaces,” Professor Fiona White said. “Despite our diverse backgrounds, many of the women recognised our common leadership goals and aspirations.”

The program aims to inspire women to take on more senior leadership roles, and enhance their career and personal growth opportunities

International links

Israel

(University of Haifa, Israel ) Associate Professor Hisham Abu-Rayya and I conduct innovative research to improve the intergroup relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims nationally and internationally.

United Kingdom

(Queen's University, Belfast) Dr Gary McKewon is a world-leading expert in dynamic and real-time behavioural measurement systems. His expertise contributes to the improved measurement of pre- and post- intergroup contact situations.

United Kingdom

(Queens University, Belfast) Professor Rhiannon Turner and I share a research interest in developing effective and novel strategies to reduce prejudice and improve intergroup harmony.

Selected grants

2016

  • Antecedents and Consequences of identity fusion for football fans; Gonsalkorale K, White F; School of Psychology/Top-Slice funding under RIBG.

2013

  • Investigating the relative effectiveness of different contact strategies in improving intergroup relations; White F; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2009

  • Cooperative dual identity: A new approach to promote ethnic harmony between Muslim and non-Muslim Australians; White F, Abu-Rayya H; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Books

  • White, F., Livesey, D., Hayes, B. (2015). Developmental Psychology: From Infancy to Adulthood (4e). Australia: Pearson Australia.
  • White, F., Hayes, B., Livesey, D. (2012). Developmental psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Sydney, Australia: Pearson Education.
  • White, F., Hayes, B., Livesey, D. (2010). Developmental psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Sydney, Australia: Pearson Education.
  • White, F., Hayes,, B., Livesey, D. (2005). Developmental Psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Education.

Book Chapters

  • Abu-Rayya, H., White, F. (2014). Acculturation orientations of Anglo-Australians towards Australian Muslims. In Abe W. Ata (Eds.), Education, Integration, Challenges: A case of Australian Muslims, (pp. 22-33). Victoria, Australia: David Lovell Publishing.
  • Cranney, J., Morris, S., Martin, F., Provost, S., Zinkiewicz, L., Reece, J., Milne-Home, J., Burton, L., White, F., Homewood, J., et al (2011). Psychological Literacy and Applied Psychology in Undergraduate Education. In J. Cranney, and D. Dunn (Eds.), The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives, (pp. 146-164). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • White, F. (2011). The social psychology of intergroup harmony and the education of psychologically literate citizens. In J. Cranney, and D. Dunn (Eds.), The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives, (pp. 56-71). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Goldfried, J. (2007). Evaluating student perceptions of group work and group assessment. In Angela Brew & Judyth Sachs (Eds.), Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, (pp. 71-80). NSW, Australia: Sydney University Press.

Journals

  • Walton, J., Priest, N., Kowal, E., White, F., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2017). Whiteness and national identity: teacher discourses in Australian primary schools. Race Ethnicity and Education, In press, 1-16. [More Information]
  • Priest, N., Walton, J., White, F., Kowal, E., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2016). 'You are not born being racist, are you?' Discussing racism with primary aged-children. Race Ethnicity and Education, 19(4), 808-834. [More Information]
  • Richards, D., Saddiqui, S., White, F., McGuigan, N., Homewood, J. (2016). A theory of change for student-led academic integrity. Quality in Higher Education, 22(3), 242-259. [More Information]
  • Abu-Rayya, M., Walker, R., White, F., Abu-Rayya, H. (2016). Cultural Identification and Religious Identification Contribute Differentially to the Adaptation of Australian Adolescent Muslims. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 54, 21-33. [More Information]
  • Abu-Rayya, H., Almoty, S., White, F., Abu-Rayya, M. (2016). The Interconnection Between Islamic Religiosity and Deviancy Among Australian Muslim Youth: A Partial Mediation Role of Life Satisfaction. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 26(4), 337-347. [More Information]
  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Bliuc, A., Faulkner, N. (2015). Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact. Computers in Human Behavior, 53, 435-442. [More Information]
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Abu-Rayya, H. (2015). Improving Intergroup Relations in the Internet Age: A Critical Review. Review of General Psychology, 19(2), 129-139. [More Information]
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Verrelli, S. (2015). Including Both Voices: A New Bidirectional Framework for Understanding and Improving Intergroup Relations. Australian Psychologist, 50, 421-433. [More Information]
  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Weitzel, C. (2014). Achieving twelve-months of intergroup bias reduction: The dual identity-electronic contact (DIEC) experiment. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 38, 158-163. [More Information]
  • Walton, J., Priest, N., Kowal, E., White, F., Brickwood, K., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2014). Talking culture? Egalitarianism, color-blindness and racism in Australian elementary schools. Teaching and Teacher Education, 39, 112-122. [More Information]
  • Priest, N., Walton, J., White, F., Kowal, E., Baker, A., Paradies, Y. (2014). Understanding the complexities of ethnic-racial socialization processes for both minority and majority groups: A 30-year systematic review. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 43(Part B), 139-155. [More Information]
  • Owens, C., White, F. (2013). A five-year systematic strategy to reduce plagiarism amongst first-year psychology university students. Australian Journal of Psychology, 65, 14-21. [More Information]
  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H. (2012). A dual identity-electronic contact (DIEC) experiment promoting short- and long-term intergroup harmony. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(3), 597-608. [More Information]
  • Abu-Rayya, H., White, F. (2010). Acculturation orientations and religious identity as predictors of Anglo-Australians' attitudes towards Australian Muslims. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34(6), 592-599. [More Information]
  • White, F., Wootton, B., Man, J., Diaz, H., Rasiah, J., Swift, E., Wilkinson, A. (2009). Adolescent racial prejudice development: the role of friendship quality and interracial contact. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, 524-534. [More Information]
  • Cranney, J., Turnbull, C., Provost, S., Martin, F., Katsikitis, M., White, F., Voudouris, N., Montgomery, I., Heaven, P., Morris, S., et al (2009). Graduate attributes of the 4-year Australian undergraduate psychology program. Australian Psychologist, 44(4), 253-262. [More Information]
  • Church, A., Anderson-Harumi, C., del prado, A., Curtis, G., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Medina, J., Mastor, K., White, F., Miramontes, L., Katigbak, M. (2008). Culture, cross-role consistency, and adjustment: Testing trait and cultural psychology perspectives. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95(3), 739-755. [More Information]
  • White, F., Charles, M., Nelson, J. (2008). The Role of Persuasive Arguments in Changing Affirmative Action Attitudes and Expressed Behavior in Higher Education. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(6), 1271-1286. [More Information]
  • McGrane, J., White, F. (2007). Differences in Anglo and Asian Australians' explicit and implicit prejudice and the attenuation of their implicit in-group bias. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 10(3), 204-210. [More Information]
  • Marx, B., Job, R., White, F., Wilson, J. (2007). Moral comprehension and what it might tell us about moral reasoning and political orientation. Journal of Moral Education, 36(2), 199-219. [More Information]
  • White, F., Gleitzman, M. (2006). An examination of family socialisation processes as moderators of racial prejudice transmission between adolescents and their parents. Journal of Family Studies, 12(2), 247-260.
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Kennedy, G., Stewart, C. (2006). An investigation of undergraduate students' feelings and attitudes towards group work and group assessment. Research and Development in Higher Education Series, 28, 616-623.
  • Messer, B., White, F. (2006). Employees' mood, perceptions of fairness, and organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Business and Psychology, 21(1), 65-82. [More Information]
  • Church, A., Katigbak, M., del prado, A., Oritz, F., Mastor, K., Harumi, Y., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Vargas-Flores, J., Ibanez-Reyes, J., White, F., et al (2006). Implicit Theories and Self-Perceptions of Traitedness across Cultures: Toward Integration of Cultural and Trait Psychology Perspectives. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 37(6), 694-716. [More Information]
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Measuring ambivalent attitudes by unidimensional unfolding. Australian Journal of Psychology, 58, 58.
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Psychologists' misunderstanding of measurement and its impact upon the assessment of social attitudes. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 39-40.
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Reducing prejudice towards Aborigines: The relevance of culturally salient stereotypes in adapting the accuracy motivation paradigm. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 25-26.
  • White, F. (2006). Review of the book Clinical Issues with Interracial Couples: Theories and research. Journal of Family Studies, , 17-36.
  • White, F. (2006). Review of the book Ethnicity and Causal Mechanisms. Educational Psychology, , 849-850.
  • Livesey, D., Keen, J., Rouse, J., White, F. (2006). The relationship between measures of executive function, motor performance and externalising behaviour in 5 and 6 year old children. Human Movement Science, 25(1), 50-64. [More Information]
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2005). Adolescent racial prejudice development: the role of friendship quality and inter-racial contact. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 173-174.
  • White, F., Sartore, G., Gallate, J., Cartwright, A., Curthoys, I. (2005). Digital videotaping (DVT): Evaluating an innovative mode of lecture delivery in psychology. Psychology Learning and Teaching (PLAT), 5(1), 23-31.
  • Abbott, G., White, F., Charles, M. (2005). Linking values and organizational commitment: A correlational and experimental investigation in two organizations. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 78, 531-551. [More Information]
  • White, F., Matawie, K. (2004). Parental Morality And Family Processes As Predictors Of Adolescent Morality. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 13(2), 219-233. [More Information]
  • White, F., Abbott, G. (2003). Organisational commitment and work value theories are integrated to demonstrate relationships between higher order work values and positive forms of commitment by employees towards organisations. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 32.
  • White, F. (2003). Review of the book Mixed matches: interracial marriage in Australia. Journal of Family Studies, , 115-116.
  • White, F., Davies, A. (2003). The effect of communication medium and task-type on group polarisation and persuasive argumentation, Australian Journal of Psychology. Australian Journal of Psychology.
  • White, F. (2002). A Cognitive-behavioural Measure of Student Goal Setting in a Tertiary Educational Context. Educational Psychology, 22(3), 285-304.
  • White, F. (2002). Learning racism: A family socialization perspective. Australian Journal of Psychology.
  • White, F. (2001). Organisational support and reciprocation wariness in the exchange relationship at work. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 134.
  • White, F. (2001). Review of the book What are Human Rights? Journal of Family Studies, , 254-255.

Conferences

  • Chu, E., White, F. (2016). Bicultural identification and intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • White, F., Turner, R., Verrelli, S., Hanna, J., Black, C. (2016). Improving intergroup relations in Northern Ireland using a new virtual E-contact strategy. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Verrelli, S., White, F. (2016). Political conservatism and the suppression of sexual prejudice. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Arcieri, A., White, F. (2016). Stigma towards the feminist label. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Muir, M., Drury, H., Tarr, G., White, F., Morrison, K. (2015). A Start to Fostering Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes to Ensure Inclusive Teaching Environments. 12th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
  • Chu, E., White, F. (2015). Bicultural identification and intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • White, F., Turner, R. (2015). Discovering the relative strengths of imagined and Electronic contact strategies in improving intergroup relations across two countries. European Congress of Psychology, Milan.
  • White, F., Turner, R., Harvey, L., Hanna, J. (2015). Discovering the relative strengths of imagined and Electronic contact strategies in improving intergroup relations across two countries. The 14th European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy: European Federation of Psychologists' Associations.
  • Faulkner, N., White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Bliuc, A. (2015). Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Campbell, E., White, F. (2015). Improving Anglo and Asian support for Aboriginal Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs): Perspective taking vs. cognitive-persuasive strategies. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Verrelli, S., Kervinen, A., White, F., Black, C. (2015). Virtual Electronic (E)-contact and sexual prejudice reduction: A preparatory strategy when prior outgroup contact is low. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • White, F. (2014). A successful school-based intervention: 12 months of bias reduction between Muslim and Christian students. How research informs practice for psychological well-being and mental health in the community, Sydney, Australia.
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Abu-Rayya, H. (2014). E-contact: a new strategy to promote positive intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Muir, M., Tarr, G., Drury, H., White, F., Morrison, K. (2014). Knowing your students: An approach to encourage pedagogical creativity and change. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL), Not applicable: Not applicable.
  • Nayak, A., Richards, D., Saddiqui, S., Homewood, J., White, F., McGuigan, N., Taylor, M., Sureshkumar, P. (2013). Academic Integrity: Bottom Up. 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity (6APCEI), Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University.
  • Karlov, L., Charles, M., White, F. (2012). Analytical thinking: How to effectively target thinking early in undergraduate tertiary education. 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED).
  • White, F., Owens, C., Keep, M. (2008). Using a constructive feedback approach to effectively reduce student plagiarism among first-year psychology students. UniServe Science Symposium 2008, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Uniserve Science.
  • White, F., Daly, M., Scott, K. (2006). Student evaluations of eLearning technologies in undergraduate psychology: a blended model for the future. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Kennedy, G., Stewart, C. (2005). An investigation of undergraduate students' feelings and attitudes towards group work and group assessment. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual Conference - HERDSA 2005, Sydney: Institute for Teaching and Learning. [More Information]

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Miller, B., White, F. (2013). Why Arts and Science are Better Together, 25 June 2013. The Conversation. [More Information]

2017

  • Walton, J., Priest, N., Kowal, E., White, F., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2017). Whiteness and national identity: teacher discourses in Australian primary schools. Race Ethnicity and Education, In press, 1-16. [More Information]

2016

  • Priest, N., Walton, J., White, F., Kowal, E., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2016). 'You are not born being racist, are you?' Discussing racism with primary aged-children. Race Ethnicity and Education, 19(4), 808-834. [More Information]
  • Richards, D., Saddiqui, S., White, F., McGuigan, N., Homewood, J. (2016). A theory of change for student-led academic integrity. Quality in Higher Education, 22(3), 242-259. [More Information]
  • Chu, E., White, F. (2016). Bicultural identification and intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Abu-Rayya, M., Walker, R., White, F., Abu-Rayya, H. (2016). Cultural Identification and Religious Identification Contribute Differentially to the Adaptation of Australian Adolescent Muslims. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 54, 21-33. [More Information]
  • White, F., Turner, R., Verrelli, S., Hanna, J., Black, C. (2016). Improving intergroup relations in Northern Ireland using a new virtual E-contact strategy. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Verrelli, S., White, F. (2016). Political conservatism and the suppression of sexual prejudice. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Arcieri, A., White, F. (2016). Stigma towards the feminist label. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 45th Annual Conference, Brisbane: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists.
  • Abu-Rayya, H., Almoty, S., White, F., Abu-Rayya, M. (2016). The Interconnection Between Islamic Religiosity and Deviancy Among Australian Muslim Youth: A Partial Mediation Role of Life Satisfaction. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 26(4), 337-347. [More Information]

2015

  • Muir, M., Drury, H., Tarr, G., White, F., Morrison, K. (2015). A Start to Fostering Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes to Ensure Inclusive Teaching Environments. 12th annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
  • Chu, E., White, F. (2015). Bicultural identification and intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • White, F., Livesey, D., Hayes, B. (2015). Developmental Psychology: From Infancy to Adulthood (4e). Australia: Pearson Australia.
  • White, F., Turner, R. (2015). Discovering the relative strengths of imagined and Electronic contact strategies in improving intergroup relations across two countries. European Congress of Psychology, Milan.
  • White, F., Turner, R., Harvey, L., Hanna, J. (2015). Discovering the relative strengths of imagined and Electronic contact strategies in improving intergroup relations across two countries. The 14th European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy: European Federation of Psychologists' Associations.
  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Bliuc, A., Faulkner, N. (2015). Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact. Computers in Human Behavior, 53, 435-442. [More Information]
  • Faulkner, N., White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Bliuc, A. (2015). Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Campbell, E., White, F. (2015). Improving Anglo and Asian support for Aboriginal Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs): Perspective taking vs. cognitive-persuasive strategies. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Abu-Rayya, H. (2015). Improving Intergroup Relations in the Internet Age: A Critical Review. Review of General Psychology, 19(2), 129-139. [More Information]
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Verrelli, S. (2015). Including Both Voices: A New Bidirectional Framework for Understanding and Improving Intergroup Relations. Australian Psychologist, 50, 421-433. [More Information]
  • Verrelli, S., Kervinen, A., White, F., Black, C. (2015). Virtual Electronic (E)-contact and sexual prejudice reduction: A preparatory strategy when prior outgroup contact is low. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.

2014

  • White, F. (2014). A successful school-based intervention: 12 months of bias reduction between Muslim and Christian students. How research informs practice for psychological well-being and mental health in the community, Sydney, Australia.
  • Abu-Rayya, H., White, F. (2014). Acculturation orientations of Anglo-Australians towards Australian Muslims. In Abe W. Ata (Eds.), Education, Integration, Challenges: A case of Australian Muslims, (pp. 22-33). Victoria, Australia: David Lovell Publishing.
  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H., Weitzel, C. (2014). Achieving twelve-months of intergroup bias reduction: The dual identity-electronic contact (DIEC) experiment. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 38, 158-163. [More Information]
  • White, F., Harvey, L., Abu-Rayya, H. (2014). E-contact: a new strategy to promote positive intergroup relations. Society of Australian Social Psychologists 44th Annual Conference, Newcastle.
  • Muir, M., Tarr, G., Drury, H., White, F., Morrison, K. (2014). Knowing your students: An approach to encourage pedagogical creativity and change. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL), Not applicable: Not applicable.
  • Walton, J., Priest, N., Kowal, E., White, F., Brickwood, K., Fox, B., Paradies, Y. (2014). Talking culture? Egalitarianism, color-blindness and racism in Australian elementary schools. Teaching and Teacher Education, 39, 112-122. [More Information]
  • Priest, N., Walton, J., White, F., Kowal, E., Baker, A., Paradies, Y. (2014). Understanding the complexities of ethnic-racial socialization processes for both minority and majority groups: A 30-year systematic review. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 43(Part B), 139-155. [More Information]

2013

  • Owens, C., White, F. (2013). A five-year systematic strategy to reduce plagiarism amongst first-year psychology university students. Australian Journal of Psychology, 65, 14-21. [More Information]
  • Nayak, A., Richards, D., Saddiqui, S., Homewood, J., White, F., McGuigan, N., Taylor, M., Sureshkumar, P. (2013). Academic Integrity: Bottom Up. 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity (6APCEI), Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University.
  • Miller, B., White, F. (2013). Why Arts and Science are Better Together, 25 June 2013. The Conversation. [More Information]

2012

  • White, F., Abu-Rayya, H. (2012). A dual identity-electronic contact (DIEC) experiment promoting short- and long-term intergroup harmony. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(3), 597-608. [More Information]
  • Karlov, L., Charles, M., White, F. (2012). Analytical thinking: How to effectively target thinking early in undergraduate tertiary education. 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED).
  • White, F., Hayes, B., Livesey, D. (2012). Developmental psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Sydney, Australia: Pearson Education.

2011

  • Cranney, J., Morris, S., Martin, F., Provost, S., Zinkiewicz, L., Reece, J., Milne-Home, J., Burton, L., White, F., Homewood, J., et al (2011). Psychological Literacy and Applied Psychology in Undergraduate Education. In J. Cranney, and D. Dunn (Eds.), The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives, (pp. 146-164). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • White, F. (2011). The social psychology of intergroup harmony and the education of psychologically literate citizens. In J. Cranney, and D. Dunn (Eds.), The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives, (pp. 56-71). New York: Oxford University Press.

2010

  • Abu-Rayya, H., White, F. (2010). Acculturation orientations and religious identity as predictors of Anglo-Australians' attitudes towards Australian Muslims. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34(6), 592-599. [More Information]
  • White, F., Hayes, B., Livesey, D. (2010). Developmental psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Sydney, Australia: Pearson Education.

2009

  • White, F., Wootton, B., Man, J., Diaz, H., Rasiah, J., Swift, E., Wilkinson, A. (2009). Adolescent racial prejudice development: the role of friendship quality and interracial contact. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, 524-534. [More Information]
  • Cranney, J., Turnbull, C., Provost, S., Martin, F., Katsikitis, M., White, F., Voudouris, N., Montgomery, I., Heaven, P., Morris, S., et al (2009). Graduate attributes of the 4-year Australian undergraduate psychology program. Australian Psychologist, 44(4), 253-262. [More Information]

2008

  • Church, A., Anderson-Harumi, C., del prado, A., Curtis, G., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Medina, J., Mastor, K., White, F., Miramontes, L., Katigbak, M. (2008). Culture, cross-role consistency, and adjustment: Testing trait and cultural psychology perspectives. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95(3), 739-755. [More Information]
  • White, F., Charles, M., Nelson, J. (2008). The Role of Persuasive Arguments in Changing Affirmative Action Attitudes and Expressed Behavior in Higher Education. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(6), 1271-1286. [More Information]
  • White, F., Owens, C., Keep, M. (2008). Using a constructive feedback approach to effectively reduce student plagiarism among first-year psychology students. UniServe Science Symposium 2008, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Uniserve Science.

2007

  • McGrane, J., White, F. (2007). Differences in Anglo and Asian Australians' explicit and implicit prejudice and the attenuation of their implicit in-group bias. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 10(3), 204-210. [More Information]
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Goldfried, J. (2007). Evaluating student perceptions of group work and group assessment. In Angela Brew & Judyth Sachs (Eds.), Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, (pp. 71-80). NSW, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Marx, B., Job, R., White, F., Wilson, J. (2007). Moral comprehension and what it might tell us about moral reasoning and political orientation. Journal of Moral Education, 36(2), 199-219. [More Information]

2006

  • White, F., Gleitzman, M. (2006). An examination of family socialisation processes as moderators of racial prejudice transmission between adolescents and their parents. Journal of Family Studies, 12(2), 247-260.
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Kennedy, G., Stewart, C. (2006). An investigation of undergraduate students' feelings and attitudes towards group work and group assessment. Research and Development in Higher Education Series, 28, 616-623.
  • Messer, B., White, F. (2006). Employees' mood, perceptions of fairness, and organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Business and Psychology, 21(1), 65-82. [More Information]
  • Church, A., Katigbak, M., del prado, A., Oritz, F., Mastor, K., Harumi, Y., Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Vargas-Flores, J., Ibanez-Reyes, J., White, F., et al (2006). Implicit Theories and Self-Perceptions of Traitedness across Cultures: Toward Integration of Cultural and Trait Psychology Perspectives. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 37(6), 694-716. [More Information]
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Measuring ambivalent attitudes by unidimensional unfolding. Australian Journal of Psychology, 58, 58.
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Psychologists' misunderstanding of measurement and its impact upon the assessment of social attitudes. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 39-40.
  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2006). Reducing prejudice towards Aborigines: The relevance of culturally salient stereotypes in adapting the accuracy motivation paradigm. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 25-26.
  • White, F. (2006). Review of the book Clinical Issues with Interracial Couples: Theories and research. Journal of Family Studies, , 17-36.
  • White, F. (2006). Review of the book Ethnicity and Causal Mechanisms. Educational Psychology, , 849-850.
  • White, F., Daly, M., Scott, K. (2006). Student evaluations of eLearning technologies in undergraduate psychology: a blended model for the future. 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education ASCILITE 2006, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Livesey, D., Keen, J., Rouse, J., White, F. (2006). The relationship between measures of executive function, motor performance and externalising behaviour in 5 and 6 year old children. Human Movement Science, 25(1), 50-64. [More Information]

2005

  • White, F., McGrane, J. (2005). Adolescent racial prejudice development: the role of friendship quality and inter-racial contact. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 173-174.
  • White, F., Lloyd, H., Kennedy, G., Stewart, C. (2005). An investigation of undergraduate students' feelings and attitudes towards group work and group assessment. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual Conference - HERDSA 2005, Sydney: Institute for Teaching and Learning. [More Information]
  • White, F., Hayes,, B., Livesey, D. (2005). Developmental Psychology: From Infancy to adulthood. Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Education.
  • White, F., Sartore, G., Gallate, J., Cartwright, A., Curthoys, I. (2005). Digital videotaping (DVT): Evaluating an innovative mode of lecture delivery in psychology. Psychology Learning and Teaching (PLAT), 5(1), 23-31.
  • Abbott, G., White, F., Charles, M. (2005). Linking values and organizational commitment: A correlational and experimental investigation in two organizations. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 78, 531-551. [More Information]

2004

  • White, F., Matawie, K. (2004). Parental Morality And Family Processes As Predictors Of Adolescent Morality. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 13(2), 219-233. [More Information]

2003

  • White, F., Abbott, G. (2003). Organisational commitment and work value theories are integrated to demonstrate relationships between higher order work values and positive forms of commitment by employees towards organisations. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 32.
  • White, F. (2003). Review of the book Mixed matches: interracial marriage in Australia. Journal of Family Studies, , 115-116.
  • White, F., Davies, A. (2003). The effect of communication medium and task-type on group polarisation and persuasive argumentation, Australian Journal of Psychology. Australian Journal of Psychology.

2002

  • White, F. (2002). A Cognitive-behavioural Measure of Student Goal Setting in a Tertiary Educational Context. Educational Psychology, 22(3), 285-304.
  • White, F. (2002). Learning racism: A family socialization perspective. Australian Journal of Psychology.

2001

  • White, F. (2001). Organisational support and reciprocation wariness in the exchange relationship at work. Australian Journal of Psychology, , 134.
  • White, F. (2001). Review of the book What are Human Rights? Journal of Family Studies, , 254-255.

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