Past events

16
May
2019

Seminar: Applying the social identity approach in two worlds: health behaviour and education »

12pm 16 May 2019

Dr Bana explores the relationship between masculinity & health-related behaviour.

26
Mar
2019

A New Approach to Psychosis - Part I »

4pm 26 March 2019

Have we all been delusional at some point? Can delusions and hallucinations be 'true'?

05
Mar
2019

Exploring the Dynamics of Attention Scaling »

4pm 5 March 2019

When viewing the world, the human visual system is exposed to a vast and complex array of sensory information.

26
Feb
2019

Mr Kevin Prasetya - Art Therapy »

4pm 26 February 2019

The role of an art therapist is to promote creative expression as a tool for well-being and self-discovery. Drawing upon his clinical experience, Kevin aims to provide a practical understanding of the potential uses (or limitations) of art as therapy, and in therapy.

21
Feb
2019

OSCEs to Assess Complex Mental Health Assessment and Intervention »

4pm 21 February 2019

This presentation will outline how staff in the School of Psychology at the University of  Adelaide use Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) to assess postgraduate professional psychology student skills in mental health assessment and one type of intervention (i.e. Motivational Interviewing).

07
Dec
2018

Schema Focused Therapy: Moving Beyond CBT »

9am 7 December 2018

Schema Therapy is an integrative treatment that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioural, experiential, interpersonal, gestalt and psychoanalytic therapies into one unified model.

07
Dec
2018

Schema Focused Therapy - Moving Beyond CBT »

9am 7 December 2018

Schema Therapy is an integrative treatment that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioural, experiential, interpersonal, gestalt and psychoanalytic therapies into one unified model.

06
Dec
2018

11th ANU Spring Workshop in Social Psychology »

6 December 2018

Continuing the ANU Research School of Psychology tradition, we are pleased to announce the 11th Spring Workshop in Social Psychology.

04
Dec
2018

Flexible first impressions: dimensions for children's faces are not the same as for adults' faces »

4pm 4 December 2018

Despite warnings not to “judge a book by its cover”, people rapidly form first impressions from a glimpse of a face.

13
Nov
2018

'Simple it's not, I'm afraid you will find, for a mind-maker- upper to make up his mind' A tale of indecision and parallel...

4pm 13 November 2018

My doctoral research project – when I eventually made up my mind – was on indecision and indecisiveness.

Pages