Adam Lowe is a Psychologist (QLD, Australia) having completed a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Clinical Psychology), Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), Bachelor of Theology, a Masters of Organisational Psychology, and an MA Theology and Religion. His MA focused upon the Employment Life Cycle of Anglican Clergy, with reference to particular dioceses in the Church of England. He is a priest in the Anglican Church of Australia (at the Anglican Church of Noosa). He has a keen interest in theology, psychology, technology, and coffee.
Lowe, Adam M., 'The Employment Life Cycle and Clergy in the Church of England’, in K. Niemelä (ed.), Church Work and Management in Change (Finland: Church Research Institute, 2012), 132-55.
Lowe, A. (2011). The Employment Life Cycle and Clergy in the Church of England: A Case Study of the Diocese of Durham. Conference Paper (The 3rd Conference on Church Leadership and Organizational Change [Finland]).
Lowe, A. (2010). Types of Employment Life Cycles and Clergy in the Church of England: A Case Study of the Diocese of Durham. Unpublished Thesis.
Lowe, A. (2009). Work Mode: Defining Flexible Work Arrangements within a Multidimensional Framework. Unpublished Thesis.
Lowe, A. (2000). Role Coping Strategies as Predictors of Work Family Conflict and Job Satisfaction in Home Workers. Unpublished Thesis.
Myors, B., Thompson, B., & Lowe, A. (2002). Virtual Teams: New Technology meets Old Psychology? Poster Session Presented at the 37th APS Conference, Gold Coast Australia.