School of Psychology

School of Psychology

The School of Psychology offers excellent facilities and staff which provide quality education and research opportunities. We have extensive computer facilities as well as teaching and research laboratories, all supported by a team of professional technical staff. Our undergraduate program provides a solid foundation in psychological science and can be combined with studies in a range of other disciplines.

School of Psychology Research Report 2016 Our Research Report

Welcome to The School of Psychology's Research Report. This report showcases the School’s research achievements in 2016.

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Top Ranking for Teaching & Learning
Top Ranking for Teaching & Learning

The Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) is a Federal Government website that helps prospective students easily compare the study experience and employment outcomes from Australian higher education institutions.

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Anti Social Media(Anti) Social Media

Is being constantly connected via social media destroying sense of self and our ability to communicate?

Admit it, you Facebook ‘stalk’. Checking on old school mates, new colleagues, friends of friends. On Instagram, you’re deep into someone’s profile looking at posts from 18 months ago, peeking at their life trying not to bump the ‘like’ button.

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SIM Psychology in an International Context April17Psychology in an International Context

Psychology students join up with students in Singapore who are completing the same programme at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).  The programme aims at promoting interaction between Wollongong-based and Singapore-based UOW Psychology students.

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Upcoming Colloquium

Wednesday 9 August 2017

Mapping Information Use in Active Vision

Dr Sebastien Miellet
School of Psychology
University of Wollongong


Please visit the School's Honours website to access selected slides for the information session held on Tuesday 25 July 2017. 


Congratulations to Adam Verrender, currently in the third year of his PhD, for winning 1st prize for student presentations at the BioEM conference in China (the annual joint meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Association). This is the pre-eminent meeting in the field, and a great acknowledgement of the high standard or work that Adam is conducting. A great boost toward completion Adam :) Adam is supervised by Rodney Croft and Sarah Loughran.