Psych Research Bites

    The Psych Research Bites Series is initiated by the Psychology Research Committee and aims to celebrate our Department’s vibrant, innovative, and collaborate research culture. The series will provide a platform for academics and HDRs to give bite-sized (15-minute) presentations on their research activities in a supportive environment. We are keen to seek out bites with an interdisciplinary feel and warmly welcome research being conducted or published in other disciplines that relates to mental health and psychological wellbeing. Feel free to contact Psych Research Bites Coordinator Dr Dan Miller on daniel.miller1@jcu.edu.au if you are interested in doing a quick presentation on your research or research related activities.

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