Welcome to the School of Psychology

Our Head of School, Professor Greg Tooley, officially welcomes you to the school

Cognitive Neuroscience Unit

The Cognitive Neuroscience Unit (CNU) uses cutting-edge human neuroscience techniques to investigate the relationship between brain function, behaviour, and cognition among healthy and clinical populations.

Knockout research

Intense lobbying has resulted in a turnaround of alcohol and violence laws in NSW. Associate Professor Peter Miller now sets his sights on a national strategy.

Supervisor training

The School of Psychology offers online training and workshops for psychologists to qualify as supervisors

School ranked among the elite

The School of Psychology has been ranked in the top 101-150 departments of psychology in the world

Contact us

For general enquiries, please contact the school via Health - Student and Academic Services.

To contact a specific member of our School, their details can be found on our staff list or through the university's staff directory.

Welcome
Welcome
Head of School, Professor Greg Tooley, officially welcomes you to the School of Psychology

Psychology Supervisor Training
Supervisor Training
The School of Psychology offers online training and workshops for psychologists to qualify as supervisors

Psychology Supervisor Training
CNU
Our Cognitive Neuroscience Unit investigates the relationship between brain function, behaviour, and cognition
 News
Dr Jade Sheen
Dr Jade Sheen, Dr Clint Gurtman and Dr Jane McGillivray recognised for outstanding contribution to the education and training of current and future health workers
Professors Carolyn Cutrona and Daniel Russell
We are pleased to welcome Professor Carolyn Cutrona and Professor Daniel Russell, who will be working with the School of Psychology.
 Events
What Has Science Taught Us About Relationships
A symposium featuring leading international experts in relationships tackling questions about the function, importance and consequences of couple and family relationships on July 9th.
International Energy Drinks Conference
The School of Psychology will be hosting the first international conference on energy drink research from the 6th-7th of November 2014.
Open Day
Interested in studying psychology at Deakin? Make sure you attend our upcoming Open Days on August 3rd (Warrnambool), August 10th (Geelong) and August 24th (Melbourne).

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