How does the income level, culture or attitude of the community where you grew up shape who you are as a person?

12 February 2015


Children in immigration detention have significantly higher rates of mental health disorders compared with children in the Australian community.

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Refugee Children In Australian Detention Centers Subjected To Sexual Abuse

Personality-and-Individual-Differences (PAID), is pleased to announce ‘‘The Dr. Sybil Eysenck Award’’ to support outstanding young researchers. This is an annual award, established in 2014. The corresponding author of the selected article will receive the prize of $5,000 USD.


Submission will remain open between January 1, 2015 until March 31, 2015

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Call for Papers: The Dr. Sybil Eysenck Award

The Journal of Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP) has banned

the null hypothesis significance testing procedure (NHSTP)



26 February 2015


The Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP) 2014 Editorial

emphasized that the null hypothesis significance testing procedure

(NHSTP) is invalid, and thus authors would be not required to

perform it (Trafimow, 2014).

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28 Februay 2015. APA


Social status isn't just about the cars we drive, the money we make or the schools we attend — it's also about how we feel, think and act, psychology researchers say.


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