Presented by Associate Professor Denis Drieghe, University of Southampton, UK Date: Thursday 12 May 2016 Time: 1- 2pm Location: Room 526, Level 5 Hughes Building, North Terrace Campus No RSVP required, all welcome! Speaker: Associate Professor Denis Drieghe is head of the Centre for Vision and Cognition at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdm. He earned his PhD […]
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 […]
HDLD Seminar – Tuesday 23rd July – Dr Amelia Searle – Predicting early school success: how are children’s relationships with adults and their mental health related to their classroom engagement in the first school year?
The next Health, Disability and Lifespan Development lunch-time seminar for 2013 will be presented by Dr. Amelia Searle – Her presentation will be on ‘Predicting early school success: how are children’s relationships with adults and their mental health related to their classroom engagement in the first school year?’ Date: Tuesday 23rd July, 2013 Time: 12.30 – […]
Researchers at the University of Adelaide hope that women who experience pregnancy loss – such as miscarriage and stillbirth – will receive better care thanks to new research aimed at finding out exactly what they go through at this difficult time in their lives. Pregnancy loss is a major issue, with Australian Bureau of Statistics […]
Honours student Vicki Dimitrak is conducting a study concerning consumer preference of sample delivery for Colorectal Cancer (CRC) screening tests. The study will explore what people think about bowel cancer screening and preferences for different kinds of bowel cancer screening tests. If you are aged between 40 to 74 years, male or female, Vicki is asking […]
New research from the University of Adelaide has studied the behaviour of young people lured into internet gambling through so-called ‘free-play’ or ‘practice’ modes. The study, by University of Adelaide Psychology student Tahnee Frahn, looked at the behaviour of 128 young people (most aged 18-24) who were playing on a simulated internet gaming site. Ms Frahn says […]