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18 March 2019
Psychology's Dr Amy Dawel explores facial recognition for 'out-groups' in a feature in the American Psychological Society's 'Particularly Exciting Experiments...
8 March 2019
Dr Eryn Newman, from the ANU Research School of Psychology, helps explain 'Why Good Politics And Good Climate Science Don’t Mix'. Imagine two people walking...
6 March 2019
Vulnerable narcissists are more likely to develop eating disorders, according to a new study from The Australian National University (ANU).   Lead author, Danushika...
20 February 2019
For psychologists, fake news provides a worrying insight into human cognition, as Tabitha Carvan reports. Dr Eryn Newman is describing the results of one of her studies of...
20 February 2019
Today ANU Psychology welcomes a new cohort of postgraduate students - six Clinical Masters, seven Clinical PhD and seven PhD.  Next week we will welcome 42 Honours students...
21 January 2019
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...
21 January 2019
Priority enrolment forms can only be submitted from Monday 25 February 2019 to 4:30pm Wednesday 27 February 2019. On Friday 1 March 2019, lab sign-ups begin from...
19 December 2018
New research from The ANU shows people imprisoned on terrorism offences stand a better chance of being rehabilitated when placed in general prison populations, than when kept...
14 December 2018
Congratulations to the Clinical Program at the ANU Research School of Psychology, who last week were awarded the Excellence in Education by the College. The program was...
30 November 2018
Memes can be used to spread prejudiced messages and are more likely to be believed if they are paired with a lot of likes from like-minded people, researchers at The Australian...
20 November 2018
Written by Tabitha Carvan Every time Professor Paul Martin says the words ‘migraine triggers’ – which is often because he’s an expert on migraine...
16 November 2018
The Research School of Psychology (RSP) at The Australian National University (ANU) congratulates Australian Psychology Society on its 2018 theme Power of Human Connection:...
16 November 2018
Erin is a tutor and teaching assistant in the Research School of Psychology (RSP). Since 2016 she has worked across four different courses, ranging from First Year to Honours...
15 November 2018
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall and examine what preschoolers really get up to during the day? ANU clinical child psychologist Dr Dave Pasalich has had the unique...
5 November 2018
The Research School of Psychology has set two dates for all Semester 2 2018 deferred and supplementary exams.  These dates are: •      ...
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...
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...

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