Flinders University Professor Tracey Wade is collaborating with researchers worldwide in a global effort to identify genes that cause eating disorders.
A novel psychological treatment to reduce the severity of delusional episodes experienced by people with psychosis is being trialled in a new Flinders University study.
A second viewing in a police line-up may help more eyewitnesses identify the culprit, new research from Flinders University reveals.
Emerging research leaders from diverse fields including criminology and materials science are among the winners of Flinders University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers.
Fossil deposits in the Naracoorte Caves, parental involvement in junior football and Australia’s adoption of compulsory voting are among the winning research themes of Flinders University’s 2013 Best Student Research Paper Awards.
Despite popular belief, left-handers are no more gifted than their right-handed counterparts, with Flinders research finding that some left-handed children actually have lower cognitive abilities.
The day-to-day experiences of motherhood are strongly related to psychological wellbeing, new research from Flinders University shows.
The valuable contribution of Flinders teaching staff to high-quality education has been officially recognised as part of the Vice-Chancellor’s annual Celebration of Excellence and Innovation in Teaching.
Almost $7 million worth of grants – including six Future Fellowships – have been awarded to Flinders University researchers from the Australian Research Council (ARC).