Psychology

There’s a new video on searching PsycINFO – it covers title, abstract, textword and multiple field searching – on my video page

http://libguides.adelaide.edu.au/psychology/advanced_searching_videos

I’ve now worked out how to add a linked contents list, so you can just watch individual sections if you want to.

Hope it makes searching easier!!

Maureen

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Jason Hart is Senior Lecturer in the Anthropology of International Development at the University of Bath, a research associate at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford and a visiting professor at the Norwegian Technical University, Trondheim. His research has explored the experiences of young people in settings of armed conflict and displacement, and the nature of institutional responses to these young people. He has a particular interest in the political-economy of children’s rights. Jason has worked in South Asia (Sri Lanka, Nepal, India and Bhutan) and, to a limited extent, East Africa. However, his principal area of interest is the Middle East, particularly Israel /occupied Palestinian territories and Jordan. (more…)

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Professor Anne Hammarström is visiting us from Umeå University in Sweden. She did her PhD in Public Health at the Karolinska Institute on Youth Unemployment and Ill-health (1986) and spent a year at this University in Psychology and Social Inquiry and Women’s Studies (1999). She is currently a Professor of Public Health, and holder of a large grant for 2012-2018 studying “Mental health in adolescence and the paths ahead. An ecological life course approach to mental health development into adulthood”. (more…)

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Dr Camille Short is a behavioural scientist and early career research fellow at the School of Medicine, University of Adelaide. She completed her PhD in behavioural science at the University of Newcastle in 2012. After which, she spent two years working as a post-doctoral research fellow at Central Queensland University, before moving to the University […]

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Professor Cecilia Essau Professor of Developmental Psychopathology and the Director of Centre for Applied Research and Assessment in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing (CARACAW) at the University of Roehampton, UK.

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Dr Lisa Kettler is the College Psychologist and Coordinator of Positive Education at Trinity College Gawler, a multi-campus independent school educating more than 3700 students in Northern Adelaide. She is a clinically endorsed psychologist with AHPRA, a previous Senior Lecturer and current Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide […]

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Katherine Botha, supervised by Clemence Due, has been selected following the University’s inaugural Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research (BeaCUR) as one of five students to represent the University of Adelaide at the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research (ACUR) in Perth later this year. Well done!

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Dr Stefan Bode is a lecturer at MSPS and an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research Fellow (DECRA). His research group focuses on the investigation of the neural mechanisms underlying perceptual, financial, health-related, and voluntary decision-making, as well as decision errors and preference formation.

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Transcranial direct current stimulation for cognitive enhancement with minimal effort: Hope, Hype and Harm presented by Dr Glen Smith, First Class Honours in Psychology, at The University of Adelaide. He gained a Science degree with First Class Honours in Computer Science, Majoring in Pure Maths and Computer Science then a second Hons year (First Class […]

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Congratulations to the staff/postgraduates team winning 10 goals to 5. The score doesn’t depict the gallant efforts of both sides. There was some fancy footwork on both teams but it was the staff/postgrads who were the victors over the Honours cohort of 2015. The only injury from the game was Paul Delfabbro. Next time Paul […]

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