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Information session for current BPsySc students on the change to a  BPsySc Honours  program from 2016 - presented by Professor Sarah Roberts-Thomson (Associate Dean - Academic) and Associate Professor Mark Nielsen (Deputy Head - Teaching and Learning)

AQF Information Session

Information session for current BPsySc students on the change to a BPsySc Honours program from 2016 - presented by Professor Sarah Roberts-Thomson (Associate Dean - Academic) and Associate Professor Mark Nielsen (Deputy Head - Teaching and Learning)
Saving time while writing by using styles

Featured Tutorial

Saving time while writing by using styles

Blake McKimmie shows you how to save you time when writing
Mirror Self-Recognition

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Mirror Self-Recognition

A marked gibbon (N. leucogenys) reaching behind the mirror.

WATCH & LISTEN

In this video, Blake McKimmie discusses the scientific method and how it can be used to answer difficult questions in psychology.

Can I Read Minds?

In this video, Blake McKimmie discusses the scientific method and how it can be used to answer difficult questions in psychology.
Do you always behave in the way you want to? Blake McKimmie demonstrates how norms influence our behaviour and why we let norms guide us.

Why aren't we all Serial Killers?

Do you always behave in the way you want to? Blake McKimmie demonstrates how norms influence our behaviour and why we let norms guide us.

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Organisational Psychology Prizes

Organisational Psychology Prizes

The School of Psychology would like to extend a particular congratulations to our 2015 thesis and practice award winners
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