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Publications

Meta-analysis of theory of mind and peer popularity in the preschool and early school years

Slaughter, V., et al., Child Development
DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12372

The Gap Between Couple Therapy Research Efficacy and Practice Effectiveness

W. Kim Halford, Christopher A. Pepping & Jemima Petch, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Young people’s uses of music for well-being

Papinczak, Z. E., et al., Journal of Youth Studies

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Events

Brown Bag Lunch: Health Psych

12:00pm Friday, 1st May 2015

Policing the Brisbane G20

8:30am Monday, 4th May 2015

Brown Bag Lunch: Clinical Psych

12:00pm Friday, 15th May 2015

Brown Bag: AHPRA on the pathways

3:00pm Friday, 15th May 2015

Brown Bag Lunch: Org Psych

12:00pm Friday, 22nd May 2015

News

Welcome from the Head of School

Welcome from the Head of School
In this issue we explore graduates careers, current research and its real world application, and more

School review: submissions welcome

School review: submissions welcome
In June this year the School of Psychology will be undergoing its septennial review which is part of UQ's Quality Assura
Ada Kritikos

Featured Researcher

Ada Kritikos

Dr Ada Kritikos uses motion capture to learn how we integrate sensory and proprioceptive information about our bodies

Clinical Leadership and Supervision (PSYC8191)

Featured Course

Clinical Leadership and Supervision (PSYC8191)

Professor Nancy Pachana teaches leadership, mentorship and supervision skills to our clinical psychology postgraduate students

WATCH & LISTEN

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?

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?
Prof. Thomas Suddendorf talks about what separates us from other animals and how our specialness came about. ABC Radio Nationalâs Ockhamâs Razor presented by Robyn Williams of the Science Show.

What makes us human?

Prof. Thomas Suddendorf talks about what separates us from other animals and how our specialness came about. ABC Radio National’s Ockham’s Razor presented by Robyn Williams of the Science Show.
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