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The School of Psychology and Social Science represents four main discipline areas: Psychology, Social Science, Counselling and Speech Pathology. The School offers courses in all levels, from bachelors to doctoral degrees, and provides service teaching within degrees in other schools at ECU. There are well developed collaborations in teaching and research across disciplines and with staff from other schools. Staff are engaged in research collaborations with external government and non-government agencies as well as commercial institutions.

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"Psychology not only opens your eyes to a whole new world, but also to a new way of thinking."

Sarah Barbas

Psychology and Criminology graduate and PhD student

News & events

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Speech Pathology staff at the Bassendean NAIDOC Family Fun Day

Professor Beth Armstrong and members of the Speech Pathology team 'spread the word' about the Missing Voices project whilst at the Bassendean NAIDOC Family Fun Day.

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Interviews with Aboriginal people explore experiences after stroke and traumatic brain injury

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).

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Rosie Batty: keep shining a light on violence

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.

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