Kate Caldecott-Davis

Kate Caldecott-Davis

PhD Candidate
Arts, Design & Architecture
School of Education

ܱǰ:Rebecca Collie, Andrew Martin

Kate (MEd, MRes) is a PhD candidate in Educational Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia. She is also a registered psychologist and accredited teacher. Her doctoral research is supported through an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship and a New South Wales Department of Education, Waratah Scholarship, and focuses on motivational processes underlying optimal psychosocial development and functioning within educational contexts.

Educational Psychology
  • Caldecott-Davis, K., Collie, R.J., & Martin, A.J. (2023). Need satisfaction and links with social-emotional motivation and outcomes among students. In B.Ng (ed.), Self-Determination Theory and Socioemotional Learning. Springer.
  • Collie, R.J., Caldecott-Davis, K., & Martin, A.J. (2023). Academic buoyancy among female secondary school students: . Social Psychology of Education. 
  • Caldecott-Davis, K., Collie, R.J., & Martin, A.J. (2022). (LAM-R). Educational Psychology Research Group, School of Education, University of New South Wales.
  • Caldecott-Davis, K. (2021). . Australian Psychological Society: Psychologists in Schools Quarterly Newsletter 2, 4-5.
  • Collie, R.J., Guay, F., Martin, A.J., Caldecott-Davis, K., & Granziera, H. (2020). . Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice 26(3-4), 350-364.
  • Caldecott-Davis, K. (2020). . Barker Institute: Learning in Practice Journal.