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Publications

Before Cumulative Culture: The Evolutionary Origins of Overimitation and Shared Intentionality

Shipton, C. & Nielsen, M., Human Nature
published online (July, 2015) doi:10.1007/s12110-015-9233-8

Mobilizing cause supporters through group-based interaction

Bongiorno, R., et al., Journal of Applied Social Psychology

Children with autism spectrum disorders are skilled at reading emotion body language

Peterson, C., et al., Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
139, 35-50.

Music as an auditory cue for emotions and cravings in adults with substance use disorders

Short, A. D. L. & Dingle, G. A., Psychology of Music
online early view (2015)

Extreme metal music and anger processing

Sharman, L. & Dingle, G. A., Front. Hum. Neurosci. 9:272. (2015)

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Events

Brown Bag Lunch: Coping in Sem 2

12:00pm Friday, 4th September 2015

Brown Bag Lunch: Private Practice

12:00pm Friday, 11th September 2015

Org Psych Symposium

1:00pm Thursday, 24th September 2015

News

Innovative Collaborations

Innovative Collaborations
Former Psychology student returns to give landmark talk

Marcel’s Salvation

Marcel’s Salvation
As the Salvation Army celebrates its 150th anniversary, UQ graduate Marcel Noronha has reflected on redemption

The difference that people need

The difference that people need
LifeMatters program is a series of game-based sessions focusing on improving life satisfaction and a sense of self-worth

High anxiety

High anxiety
How I use mental exercises to ease my fear of flying
Jefferson Mac

Featured Student

Jefferson Mac

The amazing story of Jefferson Mac

Ania Filus

Featured Researcher

Ania Filus

Dr Ania Filus researches way to improve life outcomes for refugee children

Hassle Free Mealtimes

Featured Project

Hassle Free Mealtimes

A brief program to help make mealtimes hassle-free

WATCH & LISTEN

Opening address from RhD Day 2014 by Professor Kim Halford

How to Be a Successful RHD Student

Opening address from RhD Day 2014 by Professor Kim Halford
UQ Psychology PhD student Anthony Lee describes his research into why women prefer facial masculinity in a sexual partner, including perceived genetic benefits, using research into identical and non-identical twins. Anthony was the winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence Award.

Anthony Lee - 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence - Psychology at The University of Queensland

UQ Psychology PhD student Anthony Lee describes his research into why women prefer facial masculinity in a sexual partner, including perceived genetic benefits, using research into identical and non-identical twins. Anthony was the winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence Award.
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