Anticipating our emotions
Our brain activity suggests that we can prepare ourselves for situations in which we will need to control our emotions, University of Melbourne researchers find
How treating gut disorders needs to be a team effort
Teams of multi-disciplinary experts are better than a lone specialist at treating many common gastrointestinal disorders, University of Melbourne research finds
How brain rhythms can reveal your personality
Machine learning can be used to predict aspects of a person’s personality from their electrical brain rhythms, shows a new study led by University of Melbourne.
COVID-19 and cancer care
COVID-19 has disrupted treatment for many cancer patients; a University of Melbourne expert says we must develop new ways to provide quality cancer management.
What’s behind COVID-19 conspiracy theories?
Robin Canniford studies conspiracy theories at the University of Melbourne, he says people are more susceptible during heightened times of anxiety like pandemic
The mental marathon of COVID-19
University of Melbourne's Dr Grant Blashki helps us understand our mental health during isolation and what we can do to maintain our routines and resilience.
Dealing with feelings about COVID-19
At a time when we feel we can’t manage our environment, there are still some effective ways to manage our feelings say University of Melbourne experts.
The psychology of isolation
The need to self-isolate needn’t be a burden; it can be an opportunity for self-reflection and renewal. Here a University of Melbourne expert provides some tips
Do devices help us regulate our emotions?
Digital technologies help us work, play, socialise and relax; University of Melbourne researchers are now finding they may also help us regulate our emotions.
What disaster movies can teach us about coping with COVID-19
Cinema may have lessons to teach us about working together to collectively overcome shared threats like the COVID pandemic says a University of Melbourne expert