Staff profile

Mr Timothy Andrew

Mr Timothy Andrew Godber

Lecturer

College of Science, Health and Engineering

School of Psychology and Public Health

Department of Psychology and Counselling

AS2 3.15, Bendigo

Qualifications

BA, BEd, MEd Psych UMELB.

Role

Academic

Membership of professional associations

MAPS

Area of study

Psychology

Brief profile

Tim Godber is interested in psychological assessment and diagnosis.

Teaching units

PSY1HPM Historical Philosophical and Methodological Foundations of Psychology

PSY3PAS Psychological Assessment

Consulting

Psychological Assessment

Recent publications

Jeavons S, Godber T. (2005) World Assumptions as a measure of meaning in rural road crash victims. Aust J Rural Health Aug;13(4):226-31.

Anderson VA, Godber T, Smibert E, Weiskop S, & Ekert H. (2004) Impairments of attention following treatment with cranial irradiation and chemotherapy in children. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol.;26(5):684-97.

Schmidt Neven, R., Anderson, V., & Godber, T. (2002) Rethinking ADHD Allen & Unwin.

Godber T, Anderson V, & Bell R. (2000) The measurement and diagnostic utility of intrasubtest scatter in pediatric neuropsychology. J Clin Psychol.56(1):101-12.

Anderson VA, Godber T, Smibert E, Weiskop S, & Ekert H. (2000) Cognitive and academic outcome following cranial irradiation and chemotherapy in children: a longitudinal study. Br J Cancer. 82(2):255-62.

Anderson V, Godber T, Smibert E, & Ekert H. (1997) Neurobehavioural sequelae following cranial irradiation and chemotherapy in children: an analysis of risk factors. Pediatr Rehabil. 1(2):63-76.

Smibert E, Anderson V, Godber T, & Ekert H. (1996) Risk factors for intellectual and educational sequelae of cranial irradiation in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Br J Cancer. 73(6):825-30.

Anderson V, Smibert E, Ekert H, & Godber T. (1994) Intellectual, educational, and behavioural sequelae after cranial irradiation and chemotherapy. Arch Dis Child. 70(6):476-83.