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The School of Psychology at the University of Queensland
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Alex Haslam May 23
New BJP paper tells a potent story about leadership development in the Marines. Willingness to see yourself as a follower proves ultimately to be critical to your ability to lead. If you cast yourself as a leader from the outset you don't fare so well.
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James N. Kirby 23h
Dr Kiera Buchanan from presenting to our masters of psychology students on eating disorders
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Alicia Carter May 15
Last week we heard from student's and this week in lab group Honours student's research projects. Looking deeper into age, gender, culture, psychopathology, shame, measures and of course...
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Adam Bulley May 9
How does the fundamental ability to prepare for mutually exclusive possible futures develop in children across the world? Fascinating new article by Jon Redshaw, & others: |
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James N. Kirby May 10
"Behavior change is hard, most of us don't like to change the side of the bed we are sleeping on." If you want to learn more about Motivational Interviewing, here is an insightful interview had with MI expert .
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Gianni Ribeiro May 12
Preprint available at where , , and I look at beliefs about error rates and human judgment involved in the forensic science process (and for individual forensic techniques).
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Barbara Masser May 8
A podcast in which I talk about my long research collaboration with , name check my two inspiring high school teachers and choose a NCBS song! Thanks
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Stan Steindl May 4
CALL FOR PRESENTERS: Compassionate Mind Research Group is pleased to invite submissions for paper and/or poster presentations for the 2018 Symposium 2018. Go to the following link to find details on how to submit a proposal!
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James N. Kirby May 4
Congratulations to my good friend and colleague from on being accepted into the Summer Research Program in New York. Excellent news!
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Health at UQ May 7
Researchers in the School of are examining ways to prevent cognitive decline and . They're looking to recruit 200 healthy adults, aged 60 to 75, to take part in a study on cognitive training and brain stimulation.
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Health at UQ May 6
To reduce the risk of road and traffic accidents, researchers Mark Horswill, Andrew Hill & Marcus Watson are training drivers to take a more hazard-conscious approach at the steering wheel, potentially saving countless lives in the process.
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Matthew Sanders May 3
Impressive study showing population-level improvements in children's social, emotional and behavioural problems following implementation of the Triple P system of parenting support in Ireland
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Stan Steindl May 2
What a great bunch of engaging and informative articles by researchers Tegan Cruwys and Cath Haslam published in The Psychologist all about the new psychology of health!
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Alex Haslam May 2
Great to hear open Annual in Nottingham. A very convincing talk in which he identifies and EASP/SASP's CRSP as leaders in the increasingly influential open science movement.
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James N. Kirby Apr 23
On May 17th I’ll be discussing men’s mental health and well-being with former Wallaby captain Stephen Moore and psychologist Clive Williams for .
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James N. Kirby Apr 23
and me in our latest podcast from the Compassionate Mind Research Group. In this podcast we talk with Clare Harris about a fantastic movement called Effective Altruism
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Alex Haslam Apr 17
In latest issue of Nature I comment on Gina Perry's new book on Sherif's Boys' Camp Studies: The Lost Boys. A key issue is that in excavating empirical detail, Sherif's voice—and theory—get lost. Important issues here for debate.
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Alex Haslam Apr 15
There are still a handful of tickets left for my talk on Thursday as part of UQ's Global Leadership series. I'm working on the slides now, and planning to pull out all the stops (but in case you can't make it, here's the conclusion).
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The Psychologist Apr 16
Unlocking the social cure – our editor introduces a collection of articles from Catherine Haslam and Tegan Cruwys based on new book 'The new psychology of health'
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Mia McLean Apr 8
Had the best time in and to top it off I got to speak at with two pretty awesome ladies
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