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Motivated empathy: The mechanics of the empathic gaze
Cowan, D. G., et al., Cognition & Emotion
Birth control: to what extent do women report being informed & involved in decisions about pregnancy & birth procedures?
Thompson R., et al., BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014
Perfect genetic correlation between number of offspring and grandoffspring in an industrialized human population
Zietsch, B. P., et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2014)
Genetic factors increasing male facial masculinity decrease facial attractiveness of female relatives
Lee, A. J., et al., Psychological Science (2013)
When Sex Doesn't Sell: Using Sexualized Images of Women Reduces Support for Ethical Campaigns
Renata Bongiorno, et al., PLOS ONE 8(12): e83311. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083311 (2013)
Visual search for schematic emotional faces: Angry faces are more than crosses
Dickins, D.S.E., et al., Cognition & Emotion
Welcome to the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland.
Brown Bag: Dr. Jon Mason
12:00pm Friday, 2nd May 2014
Seminar Series: Eric Vanman
3:00pm Friday, 2nd May 2014
Brown Bag: Narelle Dickinson
12:00pm Friday, 16th May 2014
Brown Bag: Dr. Jasmine Rijnbout
12:00pm Friday, 23rd May 2014
THE GAP in the news in the UK
THE GAP received excellent reviews in BBC Focus (5 star rating) and Times Higher Education
Welcome from the Head of School
Welcome to the latest issue of the UQ Psychology e-Newsletter, which I hope you will find interesting and informative
A novel stimulus appears to last longer.
Dr Suvena Sethi researches evidence-based programs in communities
WATCH & LISTEN
Surprising Truths about Happiness
Professor Bill von Hippel discusses research showing that people frequently don't know what makes them happy and what doesn't, and thus are often misdirected in their search for satisfaction in life.
Matthew Hornsey at TEDxUQ
Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.