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Where Culture Takes Hold: “Overimitation” and Its Flexible Deployment in Western, Aboriginal, and Bushmen Children
Mark, Nielsen., et al., Child Development
From fighting the system to embracing it: control loss promotes system justification among those high in reactance
Knight, C. G., et al., Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
54, 139-146 (2014).
The influence of group membership and individual differences on neural responses when punishing and rewarding others
Molenberghs, P., et al., Human Brain Mapping
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22527 (2014).
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)
Welcome to the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland.
Brown Bag: Practical Mindfulness
12:00pm Friday, 5th September 2014
Seminar Series: Mark Dadds
3:00pm Friday, 5th September 2014
The Compassion Imperative
6:00pm Friday, 5th September 2014
UQ Compassion Symposium 2014
8:30am Saturday, 6th September 2014
4:00pm Wednesday, 10th September 2014
Last Lecture Award Voting Open
Nominations are now open for the 2014 Last Lecture Award. Whose last lecture would you like to hear?
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
Find your blind spot.
Dr Cynthia Turner investigates OCD in children and adolescents
WATCH & LISTEN
Matthew Hornsey at TEDxUQ
Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.
Thomas Suddendorf at TEDxUQ
Clues about the evolution of our extraordinary minds.