School of Psychology - Research & Industry

Research & Industry
 

The School of Psychology at UQ is the home of high quality research.

News

Recent Research Grants

Recent Research Grants
Recently-awarded research grants commencing in 2015

Top Publications

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
Research Centres and Groups

Research Centres and Groups

The School of Psychology has a number of world class research centres and groups. Find out more about the various areas of psychology where our staff work together to foster a culture of research and research training.
Mark Horswill

Featured Researcher

Mark Horswill

Associate Professor Mark Horswill researches the role of drivers’ inability to detect dangerous situations

Baby Triple P

Featured Project

Baby Triple P

Helping new parents prepare for the transition to parenthood

WATCH & LISTEN

UQ Psychology PhD student Anthony Lee describes his research into why women prefer facial masculinity in a sexual partner, including perceived genetic benefits, using research into identical and non-identical twins. Anthony was the winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence Award.

Anthony Lee - 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence - Psychology at The University of Queensland

UQ Psychology PhD student Anthony Lee describes his research into why women prefer facial masculinity in a sexual partner, including perceived genetic benefits, using research into identical and non-identical twins. Anthony was the winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Excellence Award.
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