Chris Jackson is a former Head of School and Professor at The University of New South Wales, Australia. Chris has been engaged in personality research for the last 35 years and has published over 120 articles including Psychological Bulletin, Personality and Social Psychology Review, Journal of Applied Psychology and Journal of Personality. His research is varied and covers many themes from metatheories of personality, structure of personality through to behavioural outcomes associated with personality and even the survivalist personality. Chris is an enthusiastic public talker and passionate about making research and Universities relevant to the community. He has won 3 Australian Research Council grants and achieved well over $1M of grant income. He has taken 14 PhD students through to successful conclusion and many have gone on to successful careers in personality research.
Chris Jackson is a former Head of School and Professor of Business Psychology in the School of Management in the Business School, University of New South Wales. His research concerns understanding the processes underlying learning and personality from biological and cognitive perspectives. His interests span several different areas of individual differences including the biological basis of personality, laterality, how learning is related to personality, and how all this predicts performance. He has won 3 ARC grants and achieved well over $1M of grant income. He has a large number of peer reviewed academic publications reflecting his work in these areas including publications in Psychological Bulletin, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Review, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, and Journal of Personality. Recently he has developed an on-line psychological research laboratory for understanding these processes and how they relate to work outcomes. Chris has supervised 14 PhD students to successful conclusion and many have gone on to successful careers including at top Universities.