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To like or not to like

To like or not to like

To like or not to like – how Facebook affects our sense of belonging
Non-violent protests more effective

Non-violent protests more effective

Study on protesting finds non-violence better communicates the illegitimacy of a situation
Rewards and Punishment

Rewards and Punishment

Does having allegiances with someone affect feelings of empathy when punishing and rewarding others?
HFCC 2015

HFCC 2015

17th Annual Helping Families Change Conference - call for abstracts
Baby Triple P

Baby Triple P

Baby Triple P to help first time parents - now offered through Child and Family Psychology Clinic
Facebook Like it or Not?

Facebook Like it or Not?

To like or not to like – how Facebook affects our sense of belonging
Triple P and diabetes

Triple P and diabetes

Helping parents of children with diabetes.
Hassle Free Mealtimes

Hassle Free Mealtimes

A brief program to help make mealtimes hassle-free
THE GAP in the news in the UK

THE GAP in the news in the UK

THE GAP received excellent reviews in BBC Focus (5 star rating) and Times Higher Education
Welcome from the Head of School

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
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