APS Virtual Showcase
Our research presented
at the APS virtual showcase
June 1, 2020- September 1, 2020
Click on our posters to see details of the research currently being undertaken in our lab.
PhD Graduations 2019
Our PhD graduates
25th September 2019
This gallery celebrates the achievements of FACCL PhD graduates in 2019. Congratulations Dr Sasha Nahleen Quayum and Dr Ella Moeck.
SARMAC XIII conference 2019
Our lab sent a contingent of PhD sudents to present at the 13th biannual SARMAC conference at Cape Cod. It was an amazing opportunity to share our work with our international colleagues and collaborators. Read about it here.
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence 2019
Melanie Takarangi won the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Higher Degree by Research Supervision. Melanie won after being nominated by all of her past and present postgraduate students. This award is a reflection on her outstanding work in HDR supervision. Notably, Melanie is the first female recipient of the award, and the first non-professor to win this award at Flinders University. Read about it here
The annual conference for experimental psychology 2019
Our lab sent a contingent of PhD students to present at the 46th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology in Wellington. It was a great opportunity to share our work with our Australasian colleagues. Read about it here.
International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 2018
Beurs van Berlage
10 – 12 May 2018
Representatives of the Forensic and Clinical Cognition lab recently presented at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 2018 in Amsterdam. Their work was well received and our representatives took advantage of the opportunity to visit their Dutch counterparts at a number of local universities.
Ella visits Ira Hyman's Lab in Washington State
Western Washington University
After extensive collaboration, Ella had the opportunity to visit Ira Hyman’s lab at Western Washington University. Dr Hyman is Professor of Psychology, researching memory for trauma, false childhood memories, autobiographical memory, memory in social context, and memory for phobias.
Graduates of the Forensic and Clinical Cognition Lab
2014 – 2018
The Forensic and Clinical Cognition Lab hosts researchers from a diverse range of post-graduate programmes. This gallery celebrates the achievements of FACCL researchers who have successfully completed PhD and Honours qualifications.