Areas of research
Our staff has a wide variety of research interests and current projects include domestic violence and health, supervision of psychotherapy, evaluation of couple counselling, and art and mental health.
We strive to understand the psychological processes that cause and maintain challenging health and emotional problems; and use this understanding to develop effective treatments and approaches to change.
Our research takes an interdisciplinary approach, with research spanning from molecular, cellular and immune processes through to behavioural and cognitive neuroscience.
We investigate the cognitive, social, and emotional development of individuals across the lifespan, in the general population and specific clinical groups; and apply this understanding to develop ground-breaking intervention programs.
We investigate the cognitive, emotional and behavioural sequelae of a wide range of clinical conditions, and conduct clinical trials evaluating innovative neuropsychological interventions.
We are a leading authority on research related to rehabilitation counselling and enhancing rehabilitation outcomes.
Our research examines both basic social psychological processes and their application to the study of practical problems and their solutions in the community.
Our research investigates sensory and perceptual processes, particularly with regards to the visual system, integrating a range of psychophysical techniques.