Using eye tracking technology, ECU researchers have demonstrated that people don’t need to mindfully look at the eyes of their audience to be perceived as making eye contact during face-to-face conversation. Simply gazing somewhere around the face or head will suffice.
Teachers should be asking five-year-olds how they want to be taught at school, according to new research from ECU.
Pale ale loving hipsters of the world rejoice, a new ECU research team is bringing cutting edge technology to the world of brewing to make your beer taste better.
Western Australians are ill-informed about the criminal justice system, fuelling a ‘get tough on crime’ mentality that is at odds with how the system actually works.
A new ECU research centre is one of only 11 worldwide to be selected by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to study the prevention and treatment of sports injuries and illness.
Researchers will track how a deadly bacteria moves through the community thanks to a major grant.
The emotional impact of teenagers’ access to online sexual content will be investigated by Edith Cowan University (ECU) in a bid to provide harm reduction strategies.
Understanding gender and generational differences within the Chinese population is key to cashing in on Australia’s biggest tourism market, according to new research from Edith Cowan University
It is more socially acceptable for women to be 'handsy' in a nightclubs than men, new research has found.
For four days every summer Perth’s beaches are teeming with Asian immigrants eager to catch their share of abalone, but what’s really behind the fascination?
Eating a Mediterranean diet could delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease by years, new research has found.
Seagrass meadows are safeguarding shipwrecks off of the Australian coast, with Edith Cowan University researchers likening them to security vaults for priceless cultural artefacts.
Canola stalks and lupin straw can be used to filter lead from wastewater, new research has found.
Peer mentoring programs may prevent crime and violence among African youth, according to the early findings of new ECU research.
An obsession with their body weight and shape could be contributing to the elevated stress levels of lawyers and law students, according to new research.
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