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La Trobe shines on a world scale

Several La Trobe University subjects rank among the best in the world

Congratulations Matt and Ruth

Doctor of Clinical Psychology students complete research.

PhD on neonatal brain injury

Congratulations to Christina Omizzolo

Science struggles with pet ownership

Why science can’t really tell us whether pets are good for our health

Congratulations Rachel and Emma

Doctor of Clinical Psychology students complete studies

Revealing lessons learnt from NSW fires

Are residents in bushfire-prone areas prepared for the coming season?

Congratulations Kristy Phillips

Thesis on biopsychosocial approach to IBS completed

Professor Simon Crowe wins APS award

Prof Crowe recognised for contribution to education of psychologists

PhD on relationship processes

Congratulations to Getrude C AH Gang

La Trobe efforts embraced by top journal

Top international psychology body embraces new approach to statistics

How significant are p values, really?

Is the p value of .05 too low to indicate statistical significance?

Congratulations John Tee

Successful assessment on CBT thesis

La Trobe research targets big issues

La Trobe awarded over $1.8 million in NHMRC grants for 2014

Congratulations Jacenta

Thesis on brain damage and perception of facial emotion completed

Illusions of Memory - Alumni Lecture

Distinguished Professor delivers alumni lecture

La Trobe among leading universities

La Trobe in the top 200 universities worldwide in Arts & Humanities

Memory expert to lecture at La Trobe

Professor Elizabeth Loftus to speak about the fallibility of memory

Our latest PhD recipient

Congratulations to Bonnie Alexander on the completion of her thesis

Albury-Wodonga Campus prizes awarded

Community gathers to celebrate outstanding students

La Trobe disciplines in world's top 100

Survey finds La Trobe University disciplines among best in the world

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