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Identifying Markers of Social Anxiety Disorder and How They Change Following Successful Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment

Social Anxiety Disorder is one of the most-common mental health problems in young people and we conceptualise it as a gateway disorder that substantially increases risk for chronic more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)

Identifying Markers of Social Anxiety Disorder and How They Change Following Successful Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment

Social Anxiety Disorder is one of the most-common mental health problems in young people and we conceptualise it as a gateway disorder that substantially increases risk for chronic more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)

Understanding social problems in youth mental health

To improve cognitive-behavioural interventions and develop a better understanding of the interaction between biological and psychological processes. My current interests focus more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)

The Cognitive Mechanics of Psychopathy

This research looks into the cognitive underpinnings of psychopathologies - mainly psychopathic personality and anxiety.  The research project puts emotional and social stimuli more...

Supervisor(s): Moul, Caroline (Dr)

Understanding autism and its treatment

We have recently established an Autism Research group within the Brain and Mind Research Institute. We seek to substantially advance knowledge about autism and to lead the worl more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)

The nature and treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder

The research investigates the nature and treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder more...

Supervisor(s): Jones, Mairwen (Dr)

Concord Health and Ageing in Men Project (CHAMP)

CHAMP is a large epidemiological study of ageing in men, with a particular focus on Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis and urinary incontinence. more...

Supervisor(s): Cumming , Robert G (Professor)

Supportive Care and Survivorship in patients diagnosed with melanoma

Australia has the highest incidence of melanoma in the world and it is the 3rd most commonly diagnosed cancer in both males and females. Melanoma has excellent survival rate, as i more...

Supervisor(s): Bartula, Iris (Dr)

Archer Study: The ARCHER adolescent rural cohort study of Health, Hormones, Environments, Education and Relationships

This is a longitudinal study on the effects of puberty hormones on adolescent behaviour, mood and wellbeing which has excellent opportunities for multi-disciplinary research more...

Supervisor(s): Steinbeck, Kate (Professor)

Using Human Psychopharmacology Assessments to identify Unique Markers of Mental Ill-Health and Treatment Response

This research focuses on using plasma hormonal assessments to determine relationships of peripheral hormone levels and a range of mental health outcomes. This is primarily a psychop more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)