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Publications

Knowledge and belief understanding among Iranian and Australian preschool children

Shahaeian, A., et al., Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
45, 1643–1654 (2014)

Cultural variations in the development of mindreading

Slaughter, et al., Child Development Perspectives
8, 237–241. (2014).

Increased moral sensitivity for outgroup perpetrators harming ingroup members

Molenberghs, P., et al., Cerebral Cortex
doi 10.1093/cercor/bhu195 (2014)

Trait resilience fosters adaptive coping when control opportunities are high

Parker, S. L., et al., Journal of Business and Psychology
Online First.

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Events

CHOICE Research Meeting 2014

8:30am Saturday, 6th December 2014

News

Vacancy in Experimental Psychology

Vacancy in Experimental Psychology
UQ Psychology is currently seeking a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the field of Experimental Psychology

Teaching Award

Teaching Award
Dr Jason Tangen has been awarded the 2014 UQ Award for Teaching Excellence

G20 Police Response

G20 Police Response
Alex Haslam was interviewed on the 7.30 Report last week about the forthcoming G20 in Brisbane
Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (PSYC4991)

Featured Course

Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (PSYC4991)

Dr Paul Harnett says the “Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing” course focuses on the healing process and how Indigenous and non-Indigenous people can work together to improve the wellbeing of Indigenous people.
Ania Filus

Featured Researcher

Ania Filus

Dr Ania Filus researches way to improve life outcomes for refugee children

WATCH & LISTEN

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.
Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.

Matthew Hornsey at TEDxUQ

Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.
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