Bill von Hippel appeared on The Project to talk about his donut experiment - or whether people can be encouraged to eat more healthily.
See the full article here:
Alex Haslam, Tegan Cruwys and colleagues demonstrate the importance of belonging to a social group to help clinically depressed patients recover.
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):
The award, introduced in 2008, recognises Paul Conrad's significant contribution to the UQ Psychology Clinic, especially through his example of excellence in professional supervision.
A secondary purpose of the award is to raise awareness of the important role of supervision in the professional training of clinical psychologists.
An eligible recipient of the award is any member of the UQ Psychology Clinic (supervisor, student or staff member) who has demonstrated an outstanding quality of professional supervision in clinical psychology, and/or made a significant contribution to the field of supervision in psychology through teaching and research.
Any member of the UQ psychology Clinic (staff or student), current or past, may make a nomination, along with supporting testimonial of the person nominated.
Established in 1984 as a tribute to Professor Emeritus D. W. McElwain, former Professor of Psychology, and maintained by the income from a fund subscribed by his former colleagues, students and friends.
For best thesis in a Fourth Year psychology topic.
$395 (and University provides certificate)