Australia’s young people are getting lonelier
Younger Australians are more likely than their parents or grandparents to feel alone, finds the University of Melbourne's annual HILDA survey.
The ‘perfect storm’ causing Australians psychological distress
Over the past 15 years, more Australians have experienced growing psychological distress, finds the University of Melbourne's annual HILDA survey.
Overcoming our psychological barriers to embracing AI
The best ways of addressing barriers to adopting AI and the risks and benefits involved are highlighted in a new study involving the University of Melbourne.
Reconciling the unreconcilable
University of Melbourne experts ask how we process emotions about Australia's 'no' result to enshrine a Voice to Parliament - as individuals and as a society?
Sports coaches make these seven kinds of decisions
Understanding the seven decision types sports coaches make (with strengths and pitfalls) helps us all make better choices, say University of Melbourne experts
Mental health first aid training works
Despite recent reports, mental health first aid training has benefits for trainees and people dealing with mental ill health say University of Melbourne experts
Knowing when to seek help for mental health
When challenges arise we may feel confused, but there are five signs to help understand when to seek mental health support, say University of Melbourne experts.
How anger became the forgotten emotion
Characters like Succession’s Logan Roy can teach us a lot about anger and trauma and why we need to understand the link say University of Melbourne experts.
Overcoming stigma by connecting with lived experience
A new podcast from the University of Melbourne and SANE tells the stories of those who have experienced complex mental health conditions
The very real pain of not knowing
New University of Melbourne research suggests we might choose to endure physical pain over the ‘pain of not knowing’ when it comes to finding out information.