Professor Johann Louw retires at the end of 2016.
On 23 November 2016, Save the Children South Africa released a report on the economic cost of violence against children. On the team who wrote the report were Catherine Ward and Gary Ganz from UCT's Department of Psychology.
Dr Wahbie's new book, A History of 'Relevance' in Psychology, is the first attempt to historicize and theorise appeals for 'relevance' in Psychology
Working with Brain Injury, by Dr Rudi Coetzer and Dr Ross Balchin, has been announced as the winner of the British Psychological Society (BPS) Book Award for 2016 - Practitioner Text.
In a recent release by the QS World University Rankings, our department was the only Psychology department in Africa placed in the top 150.
Michelle Hoogenhout's doctoral research was well-received at a major international conference in Australia.
A group of third-year Undergraduate Students from our Applied Cognitive Science course was awarded the first prize in the annual American Psychology-Law Society’s Best Undergraduate Paper Award.
Associate Professor Sally Swartz's new book explores the experiences and journeys of those needing mental health care in the Cape Colony during the 19th Century.
Dr Wahbie Long has received the Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association's Division 26, the Society for the History of Psychology.
See the details of our latest graduates here.
Dr Shose Kessi delivered a keynote address at the 6th International Conference on Community Psychology (ICCP2016).
Professor Colin Tredoux has been awarded a Chaire d'Attractivité from the Université de Toulouse in France.