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We have involvement in a large number of research areas within the field of psychology. Browse the links below for more information.
We conduct a range of research in the area of clinical psychology with a particular focus on mental health in people of all ages.
Our diverse research area seeks to advance our understanding of human cognition and its biological basis.
Our research explores how human action and experience are embedded in wider sociocultural and political contexts.
We explore a variety of topics related to human development and learning across the entire life-span.
We study the evolution of human and animal minds and ask what this can tell us about our psychology.
Our research is broadly concerned with the application of psychology to understanding, treating and preventing criminal behaviour.
Research in this area explores how cultural understandings of gender and sexuality shape contemporary lives and experiences.
Our research explores psychological, behavioural and social processes that underscore health and wellbeing.
We study how the behaviour of humans and other animals is controlled by the environment with which they interact.
Our research contributes to the development of Indigenous knowledge, theories, and practices that are responsive to the realities of Indigenous people.
Our research examines the effects of traumatic brain injury, neurodegenerative diseases, neurodevelopmental disorders, and stroke.
We research organisational psychology, with a focus on occupational health psychology and the negative impacts of work.
Our research looks at how we use our physical senses to obtain information about the environment and what we do with that information.
This broad research area examines the different ways people think, feel and behave in social settings, groups, and close relationships.
We study speech, language and communication in children and adults across both normal and disordered populations.
Search our database for masters and doctoral supervisors and research projects that you can join.
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