Changing environments a challenge for the brain
The brain is constantly dealing with challenges that we are probably unaware of.
Older drivers under testing conditions
Independent and active, or a danger to the public? Do current tests for older drivers accurately assess their ability to drive safely?
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Find out how the benefits of childhood imaginary friends stick with you for life.
Mental Health Guide to be launched
The ANUSA is launching its 2013 Mental Health Guide today at Union Court from 11.30am.
Lifesaving online clinic
A healthy mind goes hand-in-hand with a healthy body and lifestyle. ANU researchers start online trial to help reduce the number of suicide deaths in Australia.
The drive to succeed and achieve
Counsellor Carol Beynon on the search for the magical motivational fix.
Language link with mental health
Childhood language impairment linked to poorer mental health outcome in adolescents.
The number’s up for violent re-offenders
Big data could improve the capacity of parole authorities to predict and manage the risks of repeat dangerous offending.
Good jobs can lead to happy families
Most people associate work with negative effects on family life, but new research from ANU has turned this view on its head, showing that the positives of jobs flow through too.
Help at hand for children dealing with trauma
In the wake of the mass shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, the Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network based at ANU, has cautioned parents, carers and healthcare professionals to be mindful of the impacts this tragedy could have on Australian children.