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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)
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Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

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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.

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Why would people pretend to be someone they're not, and why are we so slow to spot it? And why are we haunted by the nagging feeling that we have become impostors in our own lives?

Faking it: The strange psychology of impostor-ism

Why would people pretend to be someone they're not, and why are we so slow to spot it? And why are we haunted by the nagging feeling that we have become impostors in our own lives?
Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.

Matthew Hornsey at TEDxUQ

Imposters: The psychology of pretending to be someone you're not.

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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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