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2018 Class Medalists
Fri, 16 Aug 2019 - 10:45

The 2018 class medalists in the undergraduate and Honours Psychology courses were honoured at a ceremony in the Psychology Department on 14th August 2019.

Publication of Decolonial Feminist Community Psychology
Fri, 16 Aug 2019 - 09:45

Professor Floretta Boonzaier and Dr Taryn van Niekerk, of the Hub for Decolonial Feminist Psychologies in Africa, are the co-editors of Decolonial Feminist Community Psychology, recently published by Springer.

Visiting lecturer highlights the extraordinary talents of super-recognisers
Fri, 16 Aug 2019 - 09:30

Dr Josh Davis from Greenwich University visited the department in July 2019 to present his work on 'super-recognisers', conducted in collaboration with the metropolitan Police, London.

Research masters graduate wins award at interdisciplinary conference at Cambridge
Tue, 28 May 2019 - 12:00

Julian Siebert, who completed his Honours and Research Masters in the UCT Psychology Department, recently received the award for best poster presentation at the Wolfson College Research Event at Cambridge University.

The Hub for Decolonial Feminist Psychologies in Africa Hosts ASSAf Distinguished Scholar Prof. Nelson Maldonado-Torres.
Tue, 16 Apr 2019 - 14:45

The Hub was honoured to host Prof. Nelson Maldonado-Torres in the Psychology Department.

Prof. Colin Tredoux co-authors a new book on the consequences of child poverty.
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 - 15:00

Prof. Colin Tredoux, together with co-authors Jo Boyden, Andrew Dawes and Paul Dornan have just published Tracing the consequences of child poverty, with UK-based publisher Policy Press. The book reports on the findings of the Young Lives Study which traced 12.000 children in Ethiopia, Peru, Vietnam and India over 15 years.

Being part of the goalball standard
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 - 15:00

Deputy course convenor and Phd student Muya Koloko was appointed as manager of the Western Cape senior Goalball teams (men’s and women’s) for the 2019 South African Sports Association for the Physically Disabled and Visually Impaired (SASAPD) Nationals.

MC stands for Muya (clearly)!
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 - 14:45

Deputy course convenor and PhD student Muya Koloko has been appointed the master of ceremonies for UCT’s home games in the FNB Varsity Cup rugby competition for 2019.

ACSENT group presents at International Convention for Psychological Science in Paris
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 - 14:45

The social-emotion ACSENT group in the Department of Psychology presented a symposium on social-cognitive development in South Africa at the International Convention for Psychological Science in Paris, the international meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.  The group included Dr Nadine Lindinger, A/Prof. Susan Malcolm-Smith and Dr. Lea-ann Pileggi.  

ACSENT group presents at International Convention for Psychological Science in Paris
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 - 14:45

The social-emotion ACSENT group in the Department of Psychology presented a symposium on social-cognitive development in South Africa at the International Convention for Psychological Science in Paris, the international meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.  The group included Dr Nadine Lindinger, A/Prof. Susan Malcolm-Smith and Dr. Lea-ann Pileggi.  

PROF. BOONZAIER RECEIVES AN 'ADVANCING WOMXN' AWARD
Tue, 12 Feb 2019 - 13:45

The Psychology Department's Professor Floretta Boonzaier is one of five recipients of UCT's Advancing womxn award.

'Postgraduate students present in collaborative SaVI 2018 symposium: Impact of traumatic brain injuries on offending behaviour’
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 - 14:15

Prof Huw Williams (University of Exeter, UK) and UCT Psychology postgraduate students (Honours: Jamie Adams, Melissa Gouws, Kimberly Blake, Zayaan Goolam Nabi and Asheeqa Petersen & Nina Steenkamp (MA), supervised by Dr Leigh Schrieff-Elson and co-supervised by Prof Huw Williams) presented a successful symposium on the ‘Impact of traumatic brain injuries on offending behaviour’

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