Professor Susan M. Moore is a researcher in social and developmental psychology. She has over 40 years experience in academic and professional environments.
Susan’s research areas include adolescent sexuality and romantic behaviour, risk-taking and gambling, health psychology, psychology of internet use and parenting and grandparenting issues. She is the co-author of several books including New age nanas: Being a grandmother in the 21st century and Sexuality in adolescence: The digital generation.
Susan has been a research consultant to many government and not-for-profit organisations, has published more than 100 papers in refereed journals of psychology, education and health, and has received several major research grants.
Now retired, Susan is still writing, researching and public speaking. She remains a regular reviewer and media contributor on psychological issues.