Dr Kate Ridley is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work. Kate's research focusses on children’s energy expenditure, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and associated health outcomes. Kate has a strong interest in physical activity measurement issues. She is a co-author of the Compendium of Physical Activities for Youth (available here: https://www.nccor.org/nccor-tools/youthcompendium/) and co-developed the validated Multimedia Activity Recall for Children and Adults (MARCA) to measure physical activity levels and use of time. Kate teaches both undergraduate and post-graduate topics in topics related to physical activity and health, and exercise science. Kate supervisers both Honours and PhD students and is a member of the Sport, Health, Activity, Performance and Exercise (SHAPE) research centre.
BAppSc Exercise and Sport Science (UniSA)
BAppSc (Hon) Human Movement (UniSA)
PhD Human Movement (UniSA)
BEd (Honours) program coordinator
Co-Deputy Director of the SHAPE Research Centre