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Thursday 22 July 2021

COVID-19 lockdowns: The cure is not worse than the disease

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Thursday 22 July 2021

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Stories

Research to help military families returning home after deployment

PhD student inviting defence members to respond to survey

New research shows sports-based resilience training improves mental health in teen boys

Ahead of the Game provides athletes with strategies to deal with mental health challenges

UOW researchers awarded $5M in ARC Discovery Projects grants

Scheme supports research that delivers economic, environmental, social or cultural benefits

Northfields Clinic continues to support families through times of crisis

Service helping parents to manage stress of lockdown and remote learning

Researchers look at how the “just right” approach avoids narcissism in young adults

Being overprotected, overvalued by parents can lead to narcissism in young adults

Clutch or choke: why do some athletes perform under pressure?

Psychology, not skills, behind top sporting performances, research from UOW PhD student shows


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