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How to be socially responsible

How to be socially responsible

Romantic, personal and professional relations are fraught with danger, but a UQ study has found the secret for success
Crime 101x is coming

Crime 101x is coming

Crime 101x will explore the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective
Baby Healthy Living – Triple P

Baby Healthy Living – Triple P

Practical ideas and support for healthy feeding practices for babies
S.A.R.R.A.H - Scholarship & Funding

S.A.R.R.A.H - Scholarship & Funding

NAHSSS Postgraduate, CPD and Clinical Psychology applications open 6 August and close 15 October 2014
Excellence in Psychology

Excellence in Psychology

Prof. Matt Sanders will give a special presentation at the upcoming UQ Excellence in Psychology event
Recent PFSC PhD graduates

Recent PFSC PhD graduates

Karyn Healy and Agnes Sumargi receive PhDs for their research in parenting practices.
Australians world's third happiest

Australians world's third happiest

A survey of 16,000 people from around the world has found high levels of happiness in developed countries
Scientific American Mind Article

Scientific American Mind Article

Professor Alex Haslam argues that 'groups play an essential role in creativity'
Professor Jolanda Jetten Awarded

Professor Jolanda Jetten Awarded

European Association of Social Psychology has awarded the prestigious Lewin medal to School of Psychology Professor
Families key to anti-bully program

Families key to anti-bully program

International research is showing that school programs only make a limited impact in helping children who are bullied
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