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Mind-reading kids more popular

Mind-reading kids more popular

The ability to tell what people are feeling, thinking and wanting is basic precursor to emotional intelligence in adults
Graduating sisters share triumph

Graduating sisters share triumph

Three sisters will graduate on the same day, in a rare coincidence for Queensland’s oldest university
Evidence for Triple P grows

Evidence for Triple P grows

At last count, 776 researchers from 244 research organisations have contributed to 588 papers on Triple P
Changing the system

Changing the system

A former US Family Services director says a focus on child welfare outcomes has made a difference
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
Parents need to let go

Parents need to let go

Sunday Mail writer Kylie Lang interviewed Triple P founder Professor Matthew Sanders for her touching column
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
Making a difference

Making a difference

UQ Psychology graduates are making an impact across a diverse spectrum of professions, both in Australia and overseas
New Staff

New Staff

New staff appointments for 2015
Recent Research Grants

Recent Research Grants

Recently-awarded research grants commencing in 2015
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