Psychology & Psychiatry

What pretend play tells us about social cognition

The ability to adopt another person's perspective is important for social cognition and, consequently, for human coexistence. But at what point during child development are we able to do this?

Medical research

Challenging the Alzheimer's stigma

The influential "World Alzheimer Report 2019: Attitudes to Dementia," issued by Alzheimer's Disease International, features input from Flinders Ph.D. candidate Jessica Young and Flinders researcher Associate Professor Christopher ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Power psychs people up about... themselves

We all know the type - people who can talk on and on about their latest adventures, seemingly unaware that those around them may not be interested. They also get really psyched up about their own experiences. A new paper ...

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