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Increased moral sensitivity for outgroup perpetrators harming ingroup members
Molenberghs, P., et al., Cerebral Cortex
doi 10.1093/cercor/bhu195 (2014)
Trait resilience fosters adaptive coping when control opportunities are high
Parker, S. L., et al., Journal of Business and Psychology
Micro-breaks matter: A diary study on the effects of energy management strategies on occupational well-being
Zacher, H., et al., Journal of Vocational Behavior
Video games and prosocial behavior: A study of the effects of non-violent, violent and ultra-violent gameplay
Tear, Morgan J., et al., Computers in Human Behavior
41, 8-13 (2014).
Where Culture Takes Hold: “Overimitation” and Its Flexible Deployment in Western, Aboriginal, and Bushmen Children
Mark, Nielsen., et al., Child Development
From fighting the system to embracing it: control loss promotes system justification among those high in reactance
Knight, C. G., et al., Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
54, 139-146 (2014).
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Seminar Series: Árni Kristjánsson
3:00pm Friday, 7th November 2014
4:00pm Wednesday, 12th November 2014
Dr Eric Vanman was featured on Catalyst discussing his research on crying
Risky business: how protection workers decide to remove children from their parents
Citizen CSI: Crime 101x gives the public a chance to catch the criminal
Dr Stephanie Tobin is investigating causal uncertainty and online information sharing
Residential Care: Positive Possibilities (PSYC4341)
Professor Nancy Pachana counters myths about nursing homes and shows why psychologists have a lot to offer these organisations and the people who live and work in them.
WATCH & LISTEN
Coping with MS: Lessons in Resilience
Associate Professor Kenneth Pakenham gives an encore presentation in the televised Multiple Sclerosis from A to Z series, at the University of Washington.
Crime 101x - Trailer
Trailer for edX Course - Crime 101x: The Psychology of Criminal Justice