World Baby Sleep Day will be supported by a real-time social media forum supported by Flinders.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at Flinders University have experienced strong demand in 2015. The University has responded by making a total of 7,016 offers to date.
Flinders University has been listed among the QS World University Ranking’s top 200 elite institutions world-wide for its performance in three subject areas.
Professor Jason McCarley is on a mission to make airport security scanners more effective by tailoring them to the psychology of the user.
New Flinders research challenges commonly-held views about the ability of people with autism to recognise faces.
A new Flinders research project is hoping to find the best way to help people simultaneously overcome post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.
Left-handed people consistently perform worse than right-handed people in measures of cognitive ability, or IQ, with the ‘level of disability’ equivalent to being prematurely born.
As South Australia prepares to overhaul legislation regulating criminal identification parades, Flinders psychologist Professor Neil Brewer, an international expert on factors affecting eyewitness reliability, is backing a move to photographic, computer-based line-ups.