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.
Congratulations Professor Frank Deane and Dr Peter Kelly who have been awarded an IHMRI Collaborative Project Grant. The project is titled "Addressing problematic drinking of people living with severe mental illness: Feasibility of a peer delivered telephone intervention for people engaged with non-gov or gov funded health service" .
A team led by Frank Deane and Peter Kelly have also been awarded the Excellence in Research and Evaluation Award at the NSW Non-Government Alcohol and Other Drug Awards.
The ACEBR research group led by Professor Rodney Croft recently attended the Joint Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Association. PhD candidate Adam Verrender received 3rd prize for his presentation on the first study from his PhD, entitled “Pulse modulated radiofrequency exposure influences cognitive performance”. Anna Dalecki also gave a very well received poster presentation based on some recent post-doctoral pilot work “Testing the replicability of the effect of 14 Hz pulse modulated RF-EMF on EEG power in healthy adults: A pilot study”. Well done Adam and Anna.
The School of Psychology includes several research entities, covering a variety of areas within psychological science. For further information, you can view our Research page.
For a detailed description of individual research interests and publications, please visit our Contacts page.
News & Events
Psychology Honours Entry Information Session
Considering applying for Psychology Honours? Come along to this session. Questions addressed include eligibility criteria, quotas and program structure.
Date: Thursday, 28 July 2016 (Week 1, Spring Session)
Venue: Theatre 20-4
Well-Earned Award for Psychology’s Sarah Loughran
It’s a great pleasure to announce that the School of Psychology’s Dr Sarah Loughran has received the 2016 European Bioelectromagnetics Association (EBEA) Chiabrera Award.
Psychology Honours Research Proposal Poster Presentations
Best Poster: Annalise de Groot
Honourable Mention: Kathryn Rankin, Alicia Piper
- Best Lecturer – Dr Michael Matthias
- Best Tutor – Fiona Calvert
As voted by students for Spring Session 2015