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Group actions trump normative emotional reaction in an incidental observation by young children

Turner, C. R., et al., PLoS ONE
9, e107375. (2014) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0107375

Exploring tool innovation: A comparison of Western and Bushman children

Nielsen, M., et al., Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
126, 384-394

Applying the contact hypothesis to anti-fat attitudes

Alperin, A., et al., Social Science & Medicine
123, 37-44

Regulatory focus moderates the relationship between task control and physiological and psychological markers of stress

Parker, Stacey L., et al., International Journal of Psychophysiology
94, 3, 390-398

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12:00pm Friday, 6th March 2015

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Wednesday, 4th March 2015

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12:00pm Friday, 20th March 2015

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12:00pm Friday, 27th March 2015

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2:00pm Friday, 27th March 2015

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Fingerprint identification

Fingerprint identification
Gut feeling key to fingerprint matching

Communication and shared identity

Communication and shared identity
What does Lego have to do with communication?
Clinical Leadership and Supervision (PSYC8191)

Featured Course

Clinical Leadership and Supervision (PSYC8191)

Professor Nancy Pachana teaches leadership, mentorship and supervision skills to our clinical psychology postgraduate students
Thomas Suddendorf

Featured Researcher

Thomas Suddendorf

Professor Thomas Suddendorf looks what separates the human mind from that of animals

WATCH & LISTEN

Mo Wang explores how retirement influences people's financial, physical, and psychological well-being.

Dr. Mo Wang -- 'Retirement: Curse or Blessing?'

Mo Wang explores how retirement influences people's financial, physical, and psychological well-being.
A fire in your belly: Reflections on persistence and chance in achieving goals when things don't go as planned.

Roger Remington - Last Lecture Series Talk

A fire in your belly: Reflections on persistence and chance in achieving goals when things don't go as planned.
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