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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)

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

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Summer Research Program

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Rock On! Benefits of head banging

Rock On! Benefits of head banging
Extreme music – such as heavy metal – can positively influence those experiencing anger

Why cocky guys get the girl

Why cocky guys get the girl
The links between overconfidence and romantic desirability in men and women

Clinical Psychology Alumni & Awards

Clinical Psychology Alumni & Awards
The achievements of Clinical Psychology program graduates and supervisors were acknowledged at an awards evening
Kim Peters

Featured Researcher

Kim Peters

Dr Kim Peters examines the way in which our everyday gossip can, by arousing emotions, structure peopleā€˜s social relationships

Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

Featured Course

Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

Dr Alina Morawska explores with students how parents and families are so influential in contributing to who we are as individuals.
Intan Kusuma Wardhani

Featured Student

Intan Kusuma Wardhani

Intan lives dream - studying abroad

WATCH & LISTEN

Clues about the evolution of our extraordinary minds.

Thomas Suddendorf at TEDxUQ

Clues about the evolution of our extraordinary minds.
Virginia Slaughter, Head of the UQ School of Psychology and professor of developmental psychology, talks to Jason Tangen about her teaching and research, including a major study on newborn imitation, and why she finds the work so fascinating.

Developmental Psychology at The University of Queensland - Virginia Slaughter

Virginia Slaughter, Head of the UQ School of Psychology and professor of developmental psychology, talks to Jason Tangen about her teaching and research, including a major study on newborn imitation, and why she finds the work so fascinating.
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