Sleep apnea sufferers risk accidents

Sufferers of untreated sleep apnea were 25 times more likely to be involved in a motor vehicle accident than the general population, according to Flinders researcher, Mr Andrew Vakulin.

New clinic benefits families and Flinders students

The Southern Child and Family Clinic, officially opened this week on the Flinders University campus, will assist the Department of Family and Communities (DFC) in its child protection role while contributing to the training and experience of postgraduate psychology students at Flinders.

New tool for early detection of autism

A new assessment tool designed to identify developmental and behavioural issues associated Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in children under 12 months of age is the focus […]

Poor sleeping habits earn bad marks

Grumpiness and lethargy are well recognised behaviours in schoolkids with insufficient sleep, but a new study at Flinders University shows that lack of sleep impairs children’s […]

Good news for bad sleepers

New research at Flinders University holds out the promise of drug-free relief from insomnia for older adults. Researchers from the School of Psychology are seeking participants […]