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Here’s cheers…are our alcohol and music habits out

La Trobe researchers identified that alcohol is referenced in around a quarter of popular songs and nearly a third of music videos according to an article published in Alcohol, Clinical and Experim

Conspiracy theory beliefs don't change much

Conspiracy theory beliefs don't change much over time

Solving the teacher shortage one state at a time

Solving the nation's teacher shortage one state at a time

First student cohort to address workforce shortage

First cohort of students to address critical workforce shortages

Ethical dilemmas of preventing the next pandemic

Ethical dilemmas of preventing the next pandemic

La Trobe academic appointed Oxford Fellowship

Professor Andrea Carson receives Oxford research Fellowship.

The power of influence on a child's maths journey

The power of parental influence on a child's maths journey

Cross-cultural investigation into meat consumption

Cross-cultural investigation into meat consumption

Restricting movement best to stop disease spread

Restricting movement the best way to stop spread of infectious disease

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There is growing evidence China has sought to influence Taiwanese public opinion through disinformation campaigns.

Dr Bec Strating, Director of La Trobe Asia and an Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at La Trobe University.

Is autism “over diagnosed” in Australia due to the NDIS, or is it being better identified?

Dr Nancy Sadka, Research Fellow at La Trobe University's Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, Associate Professor Josephine Barbaro, Principal Research Fellow and Neurodiversity Affirming Psychologist at the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, La Trobe University

As a non-monogamous practitioner myself, I welcome literature that aims to destigmatise relationships that sit outside m

Dr Andrea Waling, Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.

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