The team from the project Missing Voices: communication difficulties after stroke and traumatic brain injury in Indigenous Australians at Edith Cowan University would like to talk with Aboriginal people in Western Australia who have experienced a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The 2015 Australian of the Year Rosie Batty urged people to keep talking about family violence to ensure the issue stays on the national agenda at a recent conference.
Learn effective strategies to reduce the worry and stress that are often linked to depressed mood.
Congratulations to Dr Jennifer Loh from the School of Psychology and Social Science, who was the recipient for this year’s ASPIRE University Professional Development Award.
The University of Newcastle's Associate Professor Bronwyn Hemsley will present a seminar at ECU's Joondalup Campus on Thursday, 4 June 2015 from 9.30am highlighting recent research findings, social media, and eHealth records online.
The School of Psychology and Social Science is pleased to welcome four new PhD students, who will be joining the Psychology discipline in 2015.
Teaching children their times tables require a balance between practice and application.
The School of Psychology and Social Science hosted a very successful Research Show and Tell on 8 April with 30 people attending and 10 presentations.
Associate Professor Deborah Hersh was invited to present two workshops to staff at Community Rehab (North Queensland).
Keith Read from Ngala's DadsWA facilitated CHN1101 tutorials focussed on current perspectives.
ECU is hosting a series of themed professional development events conducted by eminent psychoanalytic practitioners, experts in their relevant areas.
Research into student retention shows lack of motivation the biggest risk, highlighting students not feeling fulfilled in areas of social relatedness, competence and autonomy as contributing factors.
The School of Psychology and Social Sciences is delighted to welcome eight new students of Aboriginal or Islander descent.
When a partner is diagnosed with a life threatening illness such as cancer, it can strain the relationship as roles and needs change.
Two speech pathology students experience the Northern Territory Health services.