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.

Stuart Johnstone
Hear From Our Researchers

Watch the latest in the series of SOC Researcher Profiles, where Associate Professor Stuart Johnstone from the School of Psychology speaks about his current research project, looking into neurocognitive training for children with ADHD. Visit the research website to hear from Stuart and other researchers from the Faculty.

Watch the video on the SOC Researcher Profiles page


Shining the Light on Cyberbullying

Shining the Light on Cyberbullying in this 24/7 digital age, bullying is no longer limited to the classroom or playground.  Associate Professor Mitch Byrne and honours student Kayla Steele from the School of Psychology are researching the cyber-bullying epidemic with a timely and unique study.

Read more on this cyberbullying research


Health-Related Lifestyle Factors and Sexual Dysfunction

A Meta-Analysis of Population-Based Research - Beyond the Abstract

Identifying safe and non-intrusive treatments for various sexual dysfunctions is a primary objective for sexual health professionals.

Read more on this sexual dysfunction research


Fifty Shades of Green

Celebrated for its medicinal properties but recognised as a trigger for mental illness, the good and the bad of cannabis go hand in hand.

Read more about cannabis and schizophrenia

Upcoming Colloquium

Psychology Colloquia  
Autumn Session 2018
Wednesday 12:30-13:30 41-104 

Week 8: 25 April ANZAC day No seminar

Week 10: 9 May
Dr Jenny Richmond

School of Psychology, University of New South Wales
Title: Do the eyes have it? Using eye-tracking to measure memory in infancy and childhood.

Week 12: 23 May
Dr Kiley Seymour
School of Psychology, University of Western Sydney
Topic: Examining visual experience in schizophrenia
 


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