Alex Haslam spoke on Radio National on 25 August on ‘The persuasive power of pronouns’ – showing that elections are more likely to be won by candidates who use 'we' and 'us' than those who use 'I' and 'me':
Dr Brock Bastian speaks about why 'Money can't buy you happiness, but it can put it on lay-by' on on The Conversation (Friday 23 August):
PhD candidate Morgan Tear talks about his video game research with Mark Nielsen in The Conversation (23rd July):
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Aarti Iyer talks to ABC Brisbane abut whether having 'Nostalgia' can be considered a disorder (17th July):
Shelli Dubbs talks on ABC Radio about relationships with in-laws (18th June):
Alex Haslam discusses why people succumb to evil in a podcast by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum (2nd May):
Brock Bastian is quoted in this article on the cognitive dissonance associated with eating meat (22 April):
Alex Haslam talks with the BBC about the recreation of the Stanford Prison Experiment (22nd April):
Winnifred Louis talks about responses to terrorist acts on Radio 4BC (17th April):
Matt Sanders of Triple P discusses sibling rivalry on ABC Radio National (5 April):
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