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Mila Angcon with two of her grandchildren Rebecca, 12, and Riley, 15, and their dog Malakai.  Photo: Jamila Toderas
9 September 2018
This article was written by Kimberley Le Lievre and copied from the Sydney Morning Herald. It’s been 10 years since Mila Angcon refused to let her four...
10 August 2018
New research from The Australian National University (ANU) has found people with high levels of psychopathic traits have difficulty telling when someone is genuinely afraid or...
2 July 2018
Important Information Please read the information below before commencing the on-line sign up procedure. The Research School of Psychology uses a module in Wattle to...
19 April 2018
In our “post-truth” world, where Senator Pauline Hanson isn’t racist, climate change doesn’t exist and President Donald Trump’s inauguration was...
12 April 2018
You might think you're pretty good at discerning fact from fiction, but new research by Dr Eryn Newman sheds light on how fickle people can be when forming judgements. In...
13 February 2018
At the recent annual meeting of the Society for Mental Health Research, Paula Ozola was awarded the SMHR – Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW Poster Award for 2017. The title...
8 February 2018
A big congratulations to RSP Honours student Danushika Sivanathan who has been awarded the 2017 Australian Psychological Society (APS) Prize in Psychology! The APS Prize...
30 January 2018
Priority enrolment forms can only be submitted from Monday 19 February to 4:30pm Wednesday 21 February 2018. On Friday 23 February 2018, lab sign-ups begin from 1:...
19 January 2018
How to Study Psychology at the ANU ~ To study Psychology under a BSc(Psychology) requires an ATAR of 80. ~ To study Psychology under a B(Psychology) requires an...
18 December 2017
The Colleges of Science Teaching and Learning Awards celebrate the excellence of individuals and teams and promote learning and teaching across the University. They are an...
18 December 2017
The Colleges of Science Professional Staff Award program rewards and acknowledges outstanding professional staff who make a significant contribution to the delivery...
11 December 2017
  Alison Christie spent a year meditating at a Buddhist monastery so that you don’t have to. “I was about 30 and just really unhappy,” she remembers...
1 November 2017
Three researchers from ANU have been honoured for their contributions to science and health in the ACT Tall Poppy Awards for 2017. Dr Julie Banfield from the Research School of...
25 October 2017
Three researchers from ANU have been honoured for their contributions to science and health in the ACT Tall Poppy Awards for 2017. Dr Julie Banfield from the Research School of...
19 September 2017
Professor Kiaran Kirk, Dean, ANU College of Science, Associate Professor Anna Cowan, Deputy Dean (Education), ANU College of Science and Professor Michael Kyrios,...
9 August 2017
  Moving overseas is a big deal. You might be feeling excited, adventurous, and perhaps a little nervous. You’re adapting to a new home, new university, new language...
3 July 2017
Priority lab enrolment forms can only be submitted from Monday 23 July 2018 to 4:30pm Wednesday 25 July 2018 On Friday 27 July 2018, lab sign-ups begin from 1:00pm for PSYC1004...
Psychology Cross Cultural Project in China
6 June 2017
In the first half of 2017, a group of students in psychology had an unique opportunity to engage in a cross cultural project in China for 2 weeks. Students were accompanied by...
1 May 2017
Feeling the way to answers in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Written by Elmie Janse van Rensburg, 28 April 2017 Where in your body do you feel anger? Do you experience...
10 March 2017
The CMBE Early Career Academic Development Committee is launching the Science Early Career Academic Development Scheme, with the aim of providing support,...

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