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Publications

Employee green behavior: A theoretical framework, multilevel review, and future research agenda

Norton, T.A., et al., Organization & Environment 2015
Vol. 28(1) 103–125

Reducing the size of the human physiological blind spot through training

Miller, Paul, Wallis, Guy, Bex, Peter J. & Arnold, Derek H., Current Biology. 25
R747 – R748.

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.

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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
Eye Tracker

Featured Demonstration

Eye Tracker

Can we measure what people are looking at? See an eye tracker in action.
Intan Kusuma Wardhani

Featured Student

Intan Kusuma Wardhani

Intan lives dream - studying abroad

Kylie Burke

Featured Researcher

Kylie Burke

Supporting parents of children and adolescents with life- threatening illness

WATCH & LISTEN

New research is emerging to show that other people - the social groups and networks we belong to - have just as much impact on physical and mental health as these traditional medical factors.

Why do social networks make us healthy?

New research is emerging to show that other people - the social groups and networks we belong to - have just as much impact on physical and mental health as these traditional medical factors.
The gap between couple therapy research efficacy and practice effectiveness

Couple Therapy

The gap between couple therapy research efficacy and practice effectiveness
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