Kane Solly is a Research Assistant in the Lincoln Centre for Research on Ageing, as part of the Australian Institute for Primary Care and Ageing. Kane is a recent B. Psychological Science graduate, with experience in psychosocial health research for older adults. Kane has worked on several research projects across psychology, including therapygenetics, social identity, mindfulness therapy, environmental psychology and gerontology. Kane is committed to working collaboratively across fields and disciplines in order to holistically address current issues in psychology. Kane has experience across a range of statistical, qualitative and quantitative methodologies to address research questions relevant to academics, policy advisors, decision makers and individuals. Kane has a robust and diverse experience in report writing, producing high quality research reports and journal articles for publication.
Kane is currently working on projects including: development of a retirement crafting scale for older adults to prepare for retirement; a consumer experience report questionnaire for residential aged care homes. Kane is also working with the University of Queensland on: an empowerment program for older adults to become sustainability ambassadors in their community; and, a program exploring the effects that environmental imagery has on individuals propensity to engage in collective action.