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Publications

The influence of group membership and individual differences on neural responses when punishing and rewarding others

Molenberghs, P., et al., Human Brain Mapping
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22527 (2014).

Motivated empathy: The mechanics of the empathic gaze

Cowan, D. G., et al., Cognition & Emotion
(2014).

Perfect genetic correlation between number of offspring and grandoffspring in an industrialized human population

Zietsch, B. P., et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2014)

When Sex Doesn't Sell: Using Sexualized Images of Women Reduces Support for Ethical Campaigns

Renata Bongiorno, et al., PLOS ONE 8(12): e83311. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083311 (2013)

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Events

Brown Bag: Dr. Jon Mason

12:00pm Friday, 2nd May 2014

Seminar Series: Eric Vanman

3:00pm Friday, 2nd May 2014

Brown Bag: Narelle Dickinson

12:00pm Friday, 16th May 2014

Brown Bag: Dr. Jasmine Rijnbout

12:00pm Friday, 23rd May 2014

Brown Bag: Counselling Psychologist

12:00pm Friday, 30th May 2014

News

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
Military Couples Study

Featured Project

Military Couples Study

Postings, separations and deployments that are characteristic of Defence life can sometimes place strain on couple relationships

Carmelo Vicario

Featured Researcher

Carmelo Vicario

Dr Carmelo Vicario is researching the psychobiology of reinforcement in health and illness

WATCH & LISTEN

The 500 year old âsage on stageâ university lecture is certainly the most common teaching method, but would anyone really argue that it's the best?

Rethinking the lecture: If you can be replaced by a video, then you probably should be

The 500 year old “sage on stage” university lecture is certainly the most common teaching method, but would anyone really argue that it's the best?
Professor Bill von Hippel discusses research showing that people frequently don't know what makes them happy and what doesn't, and thus are often misdirected in their search for satisfaction in life.

Surprising Truths about Happiness

Professor Bill von Hippel discusses research showing that people frequently don't know what makes them happy and what doesn't, and thus are often misdirected in their search for satisfaction in life.
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