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.

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

Careers in Psychology
Careers in Psychology
Explore our new resource to discover where an undergraduate degree in psychology could lead you

CNU Lab
CNU
Our Cognitive Neuroscience Unit investigates the relationship between brain function, behaviour, and cognition
 News
Peter Miller
Peter Miller receives ARC Grant to investigate whether risk-based licensing of alcohol sales reduces alcohol-related harm.
Craig Olsson
Newly appointed CMHWR director Craig Olsson brings to the role experience in large scale studies aimed at improving wellbeing.
Kathryn von Treuer
Kathryn von Treuer announced as the 2014 recipient of the very prestigious Vice Chancellor's Award for Teacher of the Year.
John Toumbourou
Two projects led by researchers from the School of Psychology have been awarded NHMRC Project Grant Awards.
Alan Pearce
Dr Alan Pearce featured extensively in the media, calling for better testing to monitor brain health after sports concussions.

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