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Publications

Young people’s uses of music for well-being

Papinczak, Z. E., et al., Journal of Youth Studies

Feelings of the future

Miloyan, B. & Suddendorf, T., Trends in Cognitive Sciences

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

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Events

Brown Bag Lunch: Research Psych

12:00pm Friday, 17th April 2015

Human Consciousness

6:00pm Wednesday, 22nd April 2015

Brown Bag Lunch: Clinical Psych

12:00pm Friday, 1st May 2015

News

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?

Org Psych Practitioner Award

Org Psych Practitioner Award
The inaugural Award for Excellence in Organisational Psychology Practice was presented to Jill Edwards
Alex Haslam

Featured Researcher

Alex Haslam

Professor Alex Haslam is doing further research that challenges textbook explanations of participants' destructive behaviour in Milgram's classic 'obedience' studies

Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

Featured Course

Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

Dr Alina Morawska explores with students how parents and families are so influential in contributing to who we are as individuals.

WATCH & LISTEN

Alex Haslam's work on the health benefits of plants and green spaces is profiled in this video by UQ Journalism and Communication students.

Greening Brisbane

Alex Haslam's work on the health benefits of plants and green spaces is profiled in this video by UQ Journalism and Communication students.
Prof. Thomas Suddendorf talks about what separates us from other animals and how our specialness came about. ABC Radio Nationalâs Ockhamâs Razor presented by Robyn Williams of the Science Show.

What makes us human?

Prof. Thomas Suddendorf talks about what separates us from other animals and how our specialness came about. ABC Radio National’s Ockham’s Razor presented by Robyn Williams of the Science Show.
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