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Visual search for schematic emotional faces: Angry faces are more than crosses
Dickins, D.S.E., et al., Cognition & Emotion
Speech prosody, reward and corticobulbar system: an integrative perspective
Vicario C.M., Behavioral and Brain Science (2013)
Non invasive brain stimulation for enhancing neural functions in childhood: state of art, limits and future challenges
Vicario, C.M., et al., Frontiers in System Neuroscience (2013)
Uncovering the neurochemistry of reward and aversiveness
Vicario C.M., Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience (2013)
Cognitively controlled timing and executive functions develop in parallel? A glimpse on childhood research.
Vicario C.M., Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 2013
Altered insula response to sweet taste processing in recovered anorexia and bulimia nervosa: disgust sensitity?
Vicario C.M., The American Journal of Psychiatry. (2013)
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The Gap - Book Launch
6:00pm Wednesday, 11th December 2013
APS Excellent PhD Thesis Award
Dr Will Harrison has received the Australian Psychological Society's 2013 Excellent PhD Thesis in Psychology Award
Triple P awarded grant
Matt Sanders and the Triple P team awarded a 2 million USD grant to roll out PPP in Raleigh, North Carolina in the USA
Prof. Suddendorf featured on CNN
Are we really different from animals? CNN discusses the new book from Professor Suddendorf - The Gap.
Dr Cynthia Turner investigates OCD in children and adolescents
A marked gibbon (N. leucogenys) reaching behind the mirror.
WATCH & LISTEN
The new psychology of leadership: Why and how leaders need to CARE about group identity
The New Psychology of Leadership argues that effective leadership is grounded in leaders’ capacity to embody and advance a group identity that they share with others.
Thomas Suddendorf at TEDxUQ
Clues about the evolution of our extraordinary minds.