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        • Behavioural Family Intervention (PSYC7052) [7] Go
        • Evidence-based psychotherapy for adults (PSYC7251) [1] Go
        • Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (PSYC4991) [4] Go
        • Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312) [5] Go
        • Triple P Seminar Series [6] Go
      • Demonstrations Go
        • Blind Spot [6] Go
        • Eye Tracker [4] Go
        • Face Distortion [14] Go
        • Flash-Lag [3] Go
        • Fog Slow Down [13] Go
        • Mirror Self-Recognition [5] Go
        • Motion induced spatial shifts [1] Go
        • Motion-Induced Blindness [10] Go
        • Movement Illusion [8] Go
        • Necker Cube [9] Go
        • Oddball Illusion [11] Go
        • Spatio-Temporal Rivalry [12] Go
        • Stream / Bounce Illusion [2] Go
        • Visual Jitter [7] Go
      • Events Go
        • 2010 PFSC Seminar Series Open [324] Go
        • BB Lunch: Life as a Psych [301] Go
        • BB Lunch: Studying Clin Psyc [286] Go
        • Brown Bag Lunch: Research Psych [541] Go
        • Helping Families Change Conference [423] Go
        • Honours Conference 2014 [533] Go
        • Human Consciousness [555] Go
        • PFSC Seminar Series 2010 [351] Go
        • PFSC Seminar Series 2010 [353] Go
        • Primary Care Stepping Stones [334] Go
        • The Triple P Seminar Series [376] Go
        • Triple P Groups for Parents [325] Go
        • UQ Compassion Symposium 2014 [529] Go
      • Media Go
        • Alumni 2010 - Jason Mattingly [15] Go
        • Alumni 2010 - Virginia Slaughter [22] Go
        • Couple Therapy [65] Go
        • Do Triple P strategies affect attachment? [12] Go
        • Helping resettlement [77] Go
        • How and why some Dolphins use tools [34] Go
        • How can Triple P work across cultures? [11] Go
        • How can we destigmatise the idea of doing a parenting course? [10] Go
        • How to Be a Successful RHD Student [61] Go
        • How to use SPSS to analyse the psychometric properties of a psychological test [32] Go
        • Last lecture presentation [62] Go
        • Lecture attendance and your grades [27] Go
        • PSYC3020 online video lecture on correlations - Part 1 [31] Go
        • Psychotherapy: Part 6 - ACT in a Nutshell [53] Go
        • Psychotherapy: Part 9 - Late arrivals [56] Go
        • Self-regulation in Triple P [7] Go
        • Surprising Truths about Happiness [35] Go
        • Tailoring Triple P to individual needs [9] Go
        • The Future of University Education [2] Go
        • The Triple P System [8] Go
        • Why do social networks make us healthy? [44] Go
      • News Go
        • Award for Triple P Community [560] Go
        • $5 million NHMRC Grant Received [404] Go
        • 'Not So Private Lives' [312] Go
        • 2008 4th year/Honours Conference [227] Go
        • 2012 Trailblazer UQ Final [473] Go
        • 2012 Triple P Seminar Schedule [457] Go
        • 2013 Triple P Seminar Schedule [508] Go
        • 2014 Triple P Seminar Series [580] Go
        • A buzz for fine art [643] Go
        • A Unique PhD Opportunity [359] Go
        • ABC Big Ideas [620] Go
        • ABC Presents Parenting Tips [351] Go
        • Alumnus Award nominations open [436] Go
        • Angry young men [579] Go
        • APA / UQPRS Scholarship Successes [101] Go
        • APS Competition Winners [178] Go
        • ARC Linkage Grant Success [3] Go
        • ARC Linkage Grant Success! [421] Go
        • ASP Student Presentation Prize [292] Go
        • Baby Healthy Living – Triple P [632] Go
        • Baby Triple P Website [360] Go
        • Baby Triple P [558] Go
        • Baby Triple P [606] Go
        • Brock Bastian - NPR [529] Go
        • Center on the Developing Child [773] Go
        • Changing the system [698] Go
        • Congratulations Dr Allen and Dr Hunter [239] Go
        • Congratulations Dr Connor - Early Career Research [189] Go
        • Congratulations Dr Justine [343] Go
        • Congratulations Professor Matt [340] Go
        • Congratulations to Dr Alina [335] Go
        • Congratulations to Dr Karen [333] Go
        • Congratulations to Dr Majella [338] Go
        • Congratulations to Dr Mallan [159] Go
        • Congratulations to Dr Nancy Pachana [131] Go
        • Congratulations to Drs Simcock, Donovan, Pakenham [95] Go
        • Congratulations to Justin Kenardy and Shayne Loft [2] Go
        • Congratulations to Penny Sanderson [9] Go
        • Congratulations to Valerie Stone and Shayne Loft [14] Go
        • CONROD Grant Success [60] Go
        • Cooperative Research Centre funding [506] Go
        • Crackdown on cartwheels [649] Go
        • Crime 101x is coming [633] Go
        • Daily inspiration [594] Go
        • Diabetes Australia Research Trust [27] Go
        • Dr Helen Stallman Wins Student [342] Go
        • EABCT Poster Prize for Teen [345] Go
        • Early parenting experiences [517] Go
        • Effective Teacher Nominations [125] Go
        • Empathy required [682] Go
        • Endeavour Fellowship [751] Go
        • Endeavour Scholarship awarded [663] Go
        • Engaging fathers in parenting [711] Go
        • Enthusiasm for evil [492] Go
        • Every Family final report now [330] Go
        • Every Family reports now [328] Go
        • Evidence for Triple P grows [699] Go
        • Excellence in Psychology [630] Go
        • Extreme weather tool for kids [455] Go
        • Faculty Teaching Awards Success [236] Go
        • Fee Scholarship Success [130] Go
        • Foundation Supports Triple P [578] Go
        • Free parenting workshop [646] Go
        • Free seminar dealing with the [336] Go
        • Free teen conflict seminar [654] Go
        • FREE Triple P Seminar [355] Go
        • Fulbright Scholarship Awarded [405] Go
        • Grandparent Triple P [361] Go
        • Grandparents and Triple P [577] Go
        • Harvard Collaboration [773] Go
        • Hassle Free Mealtimes [603] Go
        • Helping children cope with disaster [418] Go
        • Helping Families Change Conference [513] Go
        • Helping Families Change [326] Go
        • Helping Families Change [352] Go
        • Helping Families Change [356] Go
        • Helping Families Change [513] Go
        • Helping kids through disasters [565] Go
        • HFC Conference 2007 [331] Go
        • HFCC 2010 Presentations [358] Go
        • HFCC 2011 Antwerp, Belgium! [391] Go
        • HFCC 2014 [607] Go
        • HFCC 2015 [607] Go
        • HFCC 2018 - California USA [776] Go
        • HFCC Abstract Submissions Now Open [479] Go
        • HFCC Award winners [585] Go
        • HFCC Presentations Available [467] Go
        • HFCC Registration OPEN [451] Go
        • HFCC Toronto Canada 2009: [346] Go
        • HFCC2012 - Glasgow, Scotland [435] Go
        • Honorary Fellowship from NZPS [344] Go
        • How to be socially responsible [634] Go
        • Inaugural Triple P Practice [334] Go
        • Innovative Collaborations [718] Go
        • Is love blind? [581] Go
        • James and Cassie [573] Go
        • James Kirby receives award [562] Go
        • Jason McIntyre is a 3MT finalist [480] Go
        • Key Messages from the PFSC [394] Go
        • Matt Sanders among top researchers [420] Go
        • Matt Sanders awarded [337] Go
        • Meet our new staff [640] Go
        • More Scholarship Success [134] Go
        • Nancy Pachana talks at UniQuest [461] Go
        • New PFSC Web site goes live [327] Go
        • New Triple P evidence-base website [434] Go
        • Non-violent protests more effective [610] Go
        • Parenting Groups for 2011 [382] Go
        • Parenting in The Conversation [672] Go
        • Parenting Survey [375] Go
        • Parents need to let go [697] Go
        • PFSC Delivers UQ Senator [561] Go
        • PFSC Posgraduate Research [353] Go
        • PFSC Procedural Guide to Research [493] Go
        • PFSC Seminar Series: Karyn [348] Go
        • PhD Awarded [282] Go
        • PhD Awarded [414] Go
        • PhD Awarded [415] Go
        • PhD Top Up Scholarship Opportunity [483] Go
        • Pregnancy Babies & Children’s Expo [619] Go
        • Prestigious AACBT Presentation [564] Go
        • Prestiguous AACBT Presentation [564] Go
        • Preventing bullying [553] Go
        • Prime Ministers Award [390] Go
        • Private vs Public bullying [717] Go
        • Prof David Kirp Public Lecture [656] Go
        • Prof David Kirp Public Lecture [670] Go
        • Prof. Suddendorf featured on CNN [569] Go
        • Professor Jolanda Jetten Awarded [626] Go
        • Professor Matt Sanders [332] Go
        • Project to help FIFO familes [514] Go
        • Protecting kids from bullying [621] Go
        • PSA Recruitment: The PSA wants you! [396] Go
        • Recent PFSC PhD graduates [629] Go
        • Reducing adverse outcomes [681] Go
        • Registration Now Open [350] Go
        • Reseach grant awarded [568] Go
        • SBS Awards Success [97] Go
        • SBS Faculty Excellence Awards [176] Go
        • SBS Research and Commercialisation Awards [165] Go
        • Scholarship Success and Graduation News [82] Go
        • Second award for Triple P Online [560] Go
        • Seminar Success! [341] Go
        • Shelli Dubbs - ABC Radio [532] Go
        • Smithsonian Foundation Fellowship [126] Go
        • Spotlight on bullying [675] Go
        • Staff Achievements [549] Go
        • Staff Achievements [550] Go
        • Student awards for 2013 [576] Go
        • Talk to Children - Sexuality [374] Go
        • Talk to Children - Sexuality [403] Go
        • Teaching Excellence Awards [285] Go
        • Temper Trap: The Genetics of Temper [612] Go
        • The 'Big Talk' [704] Go
        • The Benefits of Positive Parenting [502] Go
        • The PFSC wishes you a safe holiday! [393] Go
        • The science of everyday thinking [488] Go
        • The TPIP Scholarship now live! [708] Go
        • Tips for Parents of Teens [339] Go
        • Too much choice at work? [667] Go
        • Transitioning to parenthood [516] Go
        • Trends in Parenting [671] Go
        • Trial of Resilience Triple P [369] Go
        • Triple P and diabetes [604] Go
        • Triple P and Diabetes [652] Go
        • Triple P and Sibling Rivalry [617] Go
        • Triple P and social networks [518] Go
        • Triple P Award Nominations [347] Go
        • Triple P Award Nominations [354] Go
        • Triple P Awards [555] Go
        • Triple P e-newsletter December [329] Go
        • Triple P Early Career Award [388] Go
        • Triple P Early Career Award [719] Go
        • Triple P in Ireland [584] Go
        • Triple P in Japan [653] Go
        • Triple P in North Carolina [616] Go
        • Triple P in Perth [680] Go
        • Triple P in practice in Japan [674] Go
        • Triple P in the UK [556] Go
        • Triple P Practice Award Nomination [486] Go
        • Triple P Practice Award [389] Go
        • Triple P Practice Award [720] Go
        • Triple P Research Award Nomination [484] Go
        • Triple P Research Award [444] Go
        • Triple P rollout in Raleigh NC [571] Go
        • Triple P Seminar Series 2015 [678] Go
        • Triple P success in Ireland [666] Go
        • Trouble parenting your 3-8 [357] Go
        • Two NHMRC Project Grants Awarded [448] Go
        • UniQuest Awards Success [24] Go
        • UQ Diversity Week Awards [252] Go
        • UQ Energy Initiative [718] Go
        • UQ psych ranked 26th in the world [416] Go
        • UQ Top 5 Innovator Award [554] Go
        • US policy makers advocate Triple P [755] Go
        • US study finds Triple P lowers [349] Go
        • Welcome to Di Elliott [40] Go
        • What Do You Think About Parenting? [462] Go
        • Winnifred Louis - Radio 4BC [527] Go
        • Work mums: Do boys suffer more? [707] Go
        • Working with Orangutans [441] Go
        • World Health Organization committee [474] Go
      • Projects Go
        • Baby Healthy Living – Triple P project [34] Go
        • Baby Triple P [25] Go
        • Baby Triple P [5] Go
        • Dealing with Disobedience in Preschoolers [13] Go
        • Family Transitions Triple P Workshop [31] Go
        • Flood Recovery Triple P and Cyclone Recovery Triple P [9] Go
        • Grandparent Triple P [4] Go
        • Group Stepping Stones Triple P and Stress Management [6] Go
        • Hassle Free Mealtimes [26] Go
        • Positive Parenting for Healthy Living [16] Go
        • Positive Parenting for Healthy Living: Lifestyle Seminars [17] Go
        • Primary Care Stepping Stones Triple P [3] Go
        • READY (REsilience of Adults everyDaY) [28] Go
        • Resilience Triple P [8] Go
        • Stepping Stones Triple P [18] Go
        • Taking clinical psychology postgraduate training into the next decade [12] Go
        • Teen Conflict [33] Go
        • The Geriatric Anxiety Inventory (GAI) [1] Go
        • The Parent and Infant Survey [23] Go
        • Triple P for parents of young children with Type 1 Diabetes [24] Go
        • Triple P in Africa [22] Go
        • Triple P Online [2] Go
        • Triple P Teen Discussion Groups [10] Go
      • Publications Go
        • The perpetuation of ritualistic actions as revealed by young children's transmission of normative behavior [286] Go
        • “Gaze Leading”: Initiating Simulated Joint Attention Influences Eye Movements and Choice Behavior [206] Go
        • A comparison of the hazard perception ability of matched groups of healthy drivers aged 35-55, 64-74, and 75-84 years [17] Go
        • A new model of work role performance: Positive behavior in uncertain and interdependent contexts [96] Go
        • Adopting a public health approach to the delivery of evidence-based parenting interventions [54] Go
        • Adopting the ritual stance: The role of opacity and context in ritual and everyday actions [296] Go
        • Advanced auditory displays and head mounted displays: Advantages and disadvantages for monitoring by the distracted anesthesiologist. [8] Go
        • Aging, Mental Health, and Demographic Change [36] Go
        • An analysis of training, generalization, and maintenance effects of Primary Care Triple P for preschool-aged children [53] Go
        • An evaluation of a behavioural parenting intervention for parents of gifted children [75] Go
        • An exploration of the effects of parental attributions in an RCT of Stepping Stones Triple P for the ASD population [59] Go
        • An integrative approach to personality: Behavioural Approach System, mastery approach orientation and environmental cues [35] Go
        • Applying the contact hypothesis to anti-fat attitudes [272] Go
        • Are parent-reported outcomes for self-directed or telephone-assisted BFI enhanced if parents are observed? [142] Go
        • Assessment of drivers’ ability to anticipate traffic hazards after traumatic brain injury [134] Go
        • Attitudes towards psychological treatment among older Australians [27] Go
        • Attributions, parental anger and risk of maltreatment [85] Go
        • Auditory transients do not affect visual sensitivity in discriminating between objective streaming and bouncing events [210] Go
        • Bad woman, bad victim? [68] Go
        • Believing in ‘us’: Exploring leaders’ capacity to enhance team confidence and performance by building a sense of shared social identity [320] Go
        • Birth control: to what extent do women report being informed & involved in decisions about pregnancy & birth procedures? [255] Go
        • Building a flexible, voluntary donation panel: an exploration of donor willingness [301] Go
        • Can technology and the media help reduce dysfunctional parenting [87] Go
        • Children with autism spectrum disorders are skilled at reading emotion body language [290] Go
        • Cognitive effects of chemotherapy-induced menopause in breast cancer [183] Go
        • Collective futures [221] Go
        • Concurrent predictors of dysfunctional parenting and maternal confidence: implications for parenting interventions [143] Go
        • Consumer involvement and population bsaed parenting interventions [62] Go
        • Couple communication in stepfamilies [139] Go
        • Creating conditions for success beyond the professional training environment. [63] Go
        • Cultural and family influences on children’s theory of mind development: A comparison of Australian and Iranian children [266] Go
        • Delayed re-entrant processing impairs visual awareness: An object substitution masking study [72] Go
        • Dissonance reduction in the context of group membership: The role of meta-consistency [67] Go
        • Do we want a fighter? The influence of group status and the stability of intergroup relations on leader prototypicality and endorsement [322] Go
        • Does the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program provide value for money? [141] Go
        • Driving After Concussion: The Acute Effect of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on Drivers’ Hazard Perception [50] Go
        • Dynamic Facial Expressions Allow Differentiation of Displays Intended to Convey Positive and Hubristic Pride [287] Go
        • Ethical and professional issues in the implementation of population-level parenting interventions [104] Go
        • Event coding and motor priming: how attentional modulation may influence binding across action properties [207] Go
        • Every Family: A population approach to reducing behavioral and emotionl problems in children [138] Go
        • Explaining the Breakdown of Ethnic Relations: Why Neighbors Kill [277] Go
        • Feelings of the future [280] Go
        • Financial Capacity in Older Adults: A Review of Clinical Assessment Approaches and Considerations [70] Go
        • From "we" to "me": Group identification enhances perceived personal control with consequences for health and well-being [325] Go
        • Health across generations: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women’s Health [78] Go
        • Horizontal/vertical orientation and upper/lower visual field differences in the sensory fusion limits of oriented lines [208] Go
        • Investigation of the effectiveness and social validity of the Triple P Positive Parenting Prorgam in Japanese Society [55] Go
        • Is cognitive functioning detrimentally affected after early, induced menopause in healthy women? [28] Go
        • Knowledge and belief understanding among Iranian and Australian preschool children [267] Go
        • Language and ToM development in autism versus Asperger syndrome [39] Go
        • Maintaining a focus on opportunities at work: The interplay between age, job complexity, and the use of SOC strategies [108] Go
        • Marines, medics and machismo: A lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men’s participation. [341] Go
        • Meaning beats leaning: Spaces that signal identity improve workplace productivity. [326] Go
        • Measuring episodic memory with an indefinite number of alternative forms [79] Go
        • Memory and communication support in dementia: Research-based strategies for caregivers [173] Go
        • Mental time travel and the shaping of the human mind [12] Go
        • Meta-analysis of theory of mind and peer popularity in the preschool and early school years [284] Go
        • Micro-breaks matter: A diary study on the effects of energy management strategies on occupational well-being [261] Go
        • Minority report: Predicting prejudice from one racially marginalised group towards another [49] Go
        • Mirror self-recognition beyond the face [118] Go
        • Monitoring with head-mounted displays in general anesthesia: A clinical evaluation in the operating room [38] Go
        • Multisensory integration with a head-mounted display: The role of mental and manual load. [47] Go
        • No effect of inversion on attentional and affective processing of facial expressions [10] Go
        • No evidence for subliminal affective priming with emotional facial expression primes [131] Go
        • Object-directed imitation in children with high-functioning autism: Testing the social motivation hypothesis [213] Go
        • Parent Problem Checklist: Measure of parent conflict [76] Go
        • Parent Problem Checklist: Tool for assessing parent conflict [77] Go
        • Parenting asthmatic children: Identification of parenting challenges [99] Go
        • Parenting gifted and talented children: Conceptual and empirical foundations [84] Go
        • Parenting gifted and talented children: What are the key child behaviour and parenting issues? [100] Go
        • Parenting knowledge and its role in the prediction of dysfunctional parenting and disruptive child behaviour [81] Go
        • Placing actions in context: motor facilitation following observation [37] Go
        • Population-based prevention of child maltreatment: The U.S. Triple P System population trial [58] Go
        • Population-based provider engagement in delivery of evidenced-based parenting interventions: Challenges and solutions. [64] Go
        • Population-wide parenting intervention training: Initial feasibility [102] Go
        • Predicting utilization of evidence-based parenting interventions [74] Go
        • Prevalence and correlates of generalized anxiety disorder among older adults in the Australia [153] Go
        • Product-based television and young children's pretend play in Australia [179] Go
        • Promoting healthy stepfamilies: Couples' reasons for seeking help and perceived benefits from intervention [101] Go
        • Promoting pro-environmental action in climate change deniers [202] Go
        • Psychometric properties and health correlates of the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory in Australian community-residing women [51] Go
        • Randomised clinical trial of a family-based lifestyle intervention for childhood obesity [83] Go
        • Reducing preschoolers' disruptive behaviour in public with a brief parent discussion group [60] Go
        • Relationships between age, work characteristics, and occupational future time perspective [89] Go
        • Screening for mental disorders in residential aged care facilities [82] Go
        • Searching for differences in race - is there evidence for preferential detection of other-race faces? [20] Go
        • Shape aftereffects reflect shape constancy operations: Appearance matters [229] Go
        • Social behaviours increase more when children with ASD are imitated by their mothers versus an unfamiliar adult [264] Go
        • Social identities promote well-being because they satisfy global psychological needs [324] Go
        • Social support and fires in the workplace: A preliminary investigation [66] Go
        • Socio-ecological predictor model of parental intention to participate in Triple P-Positive Parenting Program [56] Go
        • Speech prosody, reward and corticobulbar system: an integrative perspective [250] Go
        • Stepping Stones Triple P: An RCT of a parenting program with parents of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorer [57] Go
        • Teacher organizational citizenship behaviors and job efficacy: Implications for student quality of school life [92] Go
        • The accuracy of clinical assessments as a measure for teamwork effectiveness [175] Go
        • The contribution of mindfulness-based therapies for children and families and proposed conceptual integration [178] Go
        • The costs of a public health infrastructure for delivering parenting and family support [98] Go
        • The development and validation of two complementary measures of drivers' hazard perception ability [165] Go
        • The effect of sleepiness on young novice and older experienced drivers' hazard perception [16] Go
        • The efficacy and acceptability of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program with Japanese parents [140] Go
        • The efficacy of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program in improving parenting and child behavior [86] Go
        • The Gap Between Couple Therapy Research Efficacy and Practice Effectiveness [283] Go
        • The influence of group membership on the neural correlates involved in empathy [226] Go
        • The Lifestyle Behaviour Checklist: A measure of weight-related problem behaviour in obese children [73] Go
        • The nature of visual self-recognition [220] Go
        • The spider does not always win the fight for attention: disengagement from threat is modulated by goal set [270] Go
        • The stress-buffering effects of control on task satisfaction and goal attainment: An experimental study of the influence of desire for control. [22] Go
        • The ubiquity of Whiteness in majority group national imagination: Australian = White, but New Zealander does not. [24] Go
        • The wallpaper effect: the contact hypothesis fails for minority members living with a high proportion of majority member [276] Go
        • Training improves multitasking performance by increasing the speed of information processing in human prefrontal cortex [19] Go
        • Translation and cross-cultural adaptation of the Brazilian version of the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory (GAI) [155] Go
        • Triple P-Positive Parenting Program as a public health approach to strengthening parenting [103] Go
        • Using an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict a Change in the Type of Blood Product Donated [298] Go
        • Validation of the Australian Propensity for Angry Driving Scale (Aus-PADS) [26] Go
        • Video games and prosocial behavior: A study of the effects of non-violent, violent and ultra-violent gameplay [260] Go
        • Visual and tactile integration in action comprehension and execution [9] Go
        • What are the parenting experiences of fathers? [61] Go
        • White-matter abnormalities in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A diffusion tensor imaging study. [3] Go
        • Why a Nudge is not enough: A social identity critique of governance by stealth. [336] Go
      • Researchers Go
        • Alina Morawska [10] Go
        • Ania Filus [51] Go
        • Anna Filus [51] Go
        • Blake McKimmie [8] Go
        • Cynthia Turner [48] Go
        • Kana Imuta [46] Go
        • Karen Turner [5] Go
        • Kate Sofronoff [7] Go
        • Kim Peters [50] Go
        • Kylie Burke [47] Go
        • Mark Nielsen [28] Go
        • Matthew Sanders [6] Go
        • Suvena Sethi [52] Go
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