A helping hand for Year 12s
There are key messages that parents and teachers can use to set the emotional tone for students when stress levels ramp up.
While you were sleeping
When we dream, we get so absorbed by our fantasies that the external world is shut out, even though the brain can still process sensory information.
Talk about a breakthrough
A growing school of thought is focusing on the human voice and the vocal cords as the earliest signal of Parkinson’s disease.
Inspiring agents of change
Indigenous activist William Cooper has motivated a new generation to make change in their communities by improving public health.
PTSD: The battle after the war
The recognition of post-traumatic stress disorder has played a part in the resurgence in the popularity of Anzac Day, But, even now, returned soldiers don't receive enough support.
Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship turns two
Chor Kiu Cheung always dreamt of travelling the world to study, and her parents worked tirelessly in her home city of Hong Kong to make that happen.
When it comes to the crunch
When Carolyn Creswell bought a small muesli company, it was hardly the textbook stuff of first-year student life.
My mind went a-wanderin'...
Spontaneous thought takes up a large part of our waking consciousness, but that doesn't mean it's bad – it just depends on when you do it.
Senior Lecturer, Educational Psychology and Inclusion Education
Research Fellow, Psychology
Professor of Neuroscience, Monash Central Clinical School
Neuroscientist, Monash Central Clinical School
Professor of History, and Head of School for the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies.
Lecturer, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Faculty of Arts