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23 August 2016
Psychology researchers will use machine learning to help solve the mystery of how to determine the progression of Parkinson's disease. Currently when someone is diagnosed...
22 August 2016
Australians think the fairest way to judge the Olympic medal tally is by medals per capita while Americans think it should be judged on total medals. A researcher at The...
11 August 2016
"Have you ever seen the blue light flash in the corner of your phone? And when you looked at the phone there were no new messages?" If you have, ANU undergraduate...
19 July 2016
The ANU Psychology 65th Anniversary Ball will be held at the National Museum of Australia on September 2 from 7:00pm.  The Ball is co-sponsored by the Research...
19 July 2016
Congratulations to Paula Ozola, supervised by Dr Bruce Christensen, who won the Honours section of the ANU 3-minute thesis competition recently.  Furthermore, Jolene Cox,...
13 July 2016
Psychology Higher Degree Research students Rosemary Allen,Lisa Chinnery, Danielle Clout, Laura Crowe, Kate Fenton, Alicia Franklin, Lisa Olive, Sara Quinn, David Llewellyn Reeves...
16 June 2016
The submission date for mid-year honours applications has been extended until 24 June 2016. If you are interested in applying for mid-year honours please contact the Honours...
6 June 2016
Congratulations to Timothy Hatfield, a recent recipient of an 'Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating', for his outstanding teaching in PSYC3020...
31 May 2016
Trials of a new online treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) have shown it to be three-to-four times more effective than medication. A group based treatment for...
24 May 2016
That's the question an Australian-first research project at the ANU's Research School of Psychology's Child Cognition Unit is attempting to answer. Unit director Dr...
19 May 2016
More than 80 Year 11 and 12 psychology students from across the ACT have visited the Research School of Psychology to get a taste of life at one of the world's top...
10 May 2016
Looking at the exaggerated expressions on the faces of the dolls in Associate Professor Richard O’Kearney’s lab, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could have...
10 May 2016
New scientific discoveries are happening all the time - fascinating developments which will change the future of the human race. But how often are you given the chance to...
10 May 2016
 To get an idea of the breadth of experiences available to postgraduate students at the Research School of Psychology, you need only to listen to Sara Quinn talk about her...
29 March 2016
 A new study on Australian slang has found that using Australian slang words like 'ambo', 'uggies' or 'mobes' increases your likability among...
12 January 2016
The latest version of the Honours program guide is now available.
23 December 2015
Congratulations to our RSP December 2015 higher degree graduands. We are proud of your outstanding achievements and thank you for being part of RSP over the last few years! Read...
14 December 2015
The image of Australian doctors and nurses working with needy patients in developing countries is one we’ve all seen. But what about those patients requiring mental health...
14 December 2015
Over the last few years, psychology Honours students, special topics students, summer scholars and PhB students have contributed to jounal articles published around the world.
14 December 2015
ANU psychology graduate, Elliot McBride, is scaling new heights as he embarks on a rewarding career with UNICEF in Pakistan. Elliot’s experience with UNICEF has been eye-...

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