Latest psychology News

How newborn chicks are helping to settle a centuries-old debate about cognition and our senses
The joy of birdwatching: research shows it can improve mental health and foster a sense of wellbeing
Dr Rob Gordon Presenting In Campaspe
Australians’ Access To Psychology Services Under Attack
Federal Budget falls short of addressing Australia’s mental health needs
Movement Coordination Leads To Identification
From silent dialogues to vivid memories – here’s how the science of inner experience could transform gaming
Australia’s second largest health workforce left out of budget measures
Budget Backs In Headspace Early Career Workforce
New online tool to support people with metastatic breast cancer
Why do people hate people?
Stressful life events can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s
Variability In Human Body Vocabularies
Getting Your Greens On Screen As Well As Your Plate
High Status Leads To Increased Happiness – Sometimes
Brain study identifies a cost of caregiving for new fathers
Research scholarships to launch counter strike against unhealthy esports
Talking With Friend Can Ease Sting Of Being Left Out
New allied health programs and facilities launched at Whyalla
Why Sleep Soothes Distress: Neurobiology Explained
How Does Brain Think?
Statement On Commonwealth Prac Payment
Resident-to-resident aggression common in assisted living
Animal behavior research is getting better at keeping observer bias from sneaking in – but there’s still room to improve
You’ve been ‘volun-told’ to coach junior sport – here’s how to best handle the parents involved
Are young people smarter than older adults? My research shows cognitive differences between generations are diminishing
Inherited Traits Can Be Overstated, Study Shows
Curious Kids: how do sugar rushes work?
Pasteurised Donor Milk May Lose Essential Hormones
Breakthrough in complex pain management
Treatment-related pain may be ‘socially contagious’, study finds
Pillars of Performance: SCU Buzz
Most kids are only coached by men in junior sport – women need to be part of the picture, too
Which therapy works best to treat prolonged grief disorder?
Scam losses decline, but more work to do as Australians lose $2.7 billion
Under the influence and under arrest − what happens if you’re drunk in the interrogation room?
Labor’s MIA In Perth On Mental Health Supports
Cassandra Chan Is Making Difference To Young Lives
ISU trio headed abroad after selection for prestigious Fulbright awards
Cricket Victoria and Academy Movement bring cricket to the classroom
Modified Sports To Keep Older Adults Playing
Swinburne’s Social Innovation Institute backs projects on circular economy, ancestry and critical care nursing
Harmonious solution to career success for overqualified employees
Thinking Futures report launched: National poll finds strong support for more psychology funding
Would you be happy as a long-term single? The answer may depend on your attachment style
Cannabis legalization has led to a boom in potent forms of the drug that present new hazards for adolescents
Sex differences don’t disappear as a country’s equality develops – sometimes they become stronger
Friend breakups: why they can sometimes feel as bad as falling out of love