Brett Hayes is Professor of Cognitive Psychology at the University of New South Wales. He is a former Head of the School of Psychology at UNSW, and has held previous appointments at the University of Sydney, University of Newcastle, and honorary appointments at New York University and Northwestern University, USA.
Are you a 3rd or 4th Year Psychology Student or do you know a 3rd or 4th Year Psychology Student?
The APS SA Student Engagement Group wants to see 3rd and 4th Year Psychology Students at their Career Night to be held on Monday 18 May from 5.30 to 7.30 at the Appleton Institute (Central Queensland University), 44 Greenhill Road, Wayville, SA. Venue is wheelchair accessible. The event is sponsored by the APS SA Branch and is FREE for APS Student members.
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Advisor Louise Dunn will be providing an ergonomic seminar in the school on Thursday 14th May 2015 (more…)
The School of Psychology would like to congratulate all students who graduated on Tuesday 28 April from the following programs Bachelor of Psychological Science Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Master of Psychology (Clinical)Master of Psychology (Health) Master of Psychology (Organisational & Human Factors) PhD/ Master of Psychology (Clinical) PhD/ Master of Psychology (Health) Doctor of Philosophy [...]
The Technology Services training team is offering class room style face-to-face Aurora training for researchers in April / May. This was mentioned in the latest Staff News and is also now on the Aurora website. http://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/aurora/2015/04/10/thursday-23rd-april-aurora-training/
On Tuesday 28 April 2015, students from the School of Psychology will be awarded the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, the Degree of Master of Psychology (Clinical)/Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Psychology (Health), the Degree of Master of Psychology (Clinical), (Health)and (Organisational & Human Factors). We invite you [...]
The seminar on ‘The Aetiology of dental anxiety’ by Dr Jason Armfiled was held on 26th March 2015. A/Prof Armfield has written and presented widely in both national and international settings in relation to behavioural science research in dentistry and, specifically, on dental anxiety. He has published approximately 70 research articles in scientific journals. In [...]
Seminar by A/Prof Michael C Ridding Lloyd Cox Senior Research Fellow Robinson Research Institute and School of Paediatrics and Reproductive Health A/Prof Michael Ridding obtained his PhD in neuroscience from the Institute of Neurology (University of London) and is now a Lloyd Cox Senior Research Fellowship in the Robinson Research Institute (School of Paediatrics and [...]
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) affect tens of thousands of Australians, mostly young males, every year. Tragically, a number of these will result in death or permanent disability. But for most, the injury is considered mild. Within this “mild” group however, a small number continue to suffer debilitating effects for many years, long after others in [...]
New research at the University of Adelaide is looking at how the human brain ages, which could lead to insights into how to repair the brain when it’s damaged by stroke or traumatic brain injury. The study, being conducted in the University’s School of Psychology, will compare the ability of older and younger people to respond [...]