Cologon, K. (2016, March ). Explainer: What is differentiation and why is it poorly understood?. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/explainer-what-is-differentiation-and-why-is-it-poorly-understood-55757
Warburton. W. A. (2015, November 20) Featured in APS Matters article “Member spotlight: Wayne Warburton MAPS” which discussed my APS Outstanding Lecturer in Psychology Award, my research, and my views on aggressive behaviour.http://www.psychology.org.au/Content.aspx?ID=7019&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=APS+Matters+-+Friday+20+November+2015&utm_content=APS+Matters+-+Friday+20+November+2015+CID_31069bdb0cea6c8b602cb7a7145a1aea&utm_source=Email%20marketing%20software&utm_term=Read%20more%20about%20Waynes%20work
Warburton, W. A. (2015) Featured in story “Hang on to your prostate, here comes the hot healing power of chillies” by Andrew Masterson in the Melbourne Age and Sun Herald about my use of hot chilli sauce in aggression experiments. Available at: http://www.smh.com.au/national/hang-on-to-your-prostate-here-comes-the-hot-healing-power-of-chillies-20151007-gk3wtu.html
Hayden, J. (2015, October 23). Quoted in the NewDaily. This is the best age to send your child to school" October 24, 2015 http://m.thenewdaily.com.au/news/2015/10/23/best-age-send-kid-school/
Highfield, K. (2015, October 9 & 12). Radio interviews for Kinderling’s Digital Playground. Available at: https://www.kinderling.com.au/kinderling-conversation/topics/family-life/digital-playground
Cologon, K. (2015, August 13). Inclusive education means all children are included in every way, not just in theory. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/inclusive-education-means-all-children-are-included-in-every-way-not-just-in-theory-45237
Warburton, W. A. (2015, March 25). Featured in story Macquarie Uni Psychologist’s 10 Tips for Kids Screen Time training.com.au. Available online at http://www.training.com.au/ed/macquarie-uni-psychologists-10-tips-for-kids-screen-time/
Warburton, W. A. (2015, March 19). Appeared on Leon Byner Show, 5AA Adelaide, to talk about healthy media use.
Warburton, W. A. (2015, March 18). Featured in story Macquarie University psychologist Wayne Warbuton gives 10 tips for parents to ensure their kids play healthy video games by Sue Dunlevy on news.com. Available online at: http://www.news.com.au/technology/home-entertainment/macquarie-university-psychologist-wayne-warbuton-gives-10-tips-for-parents-to-ensure-their-kids-play-healthy-video-games/story-e6frfrt9-1227267695980
Warburton, W. A. (2015, March 15). Featured in story ‘Parents urged to take control of kids gaming’ in Adelaide Advertiser. Discussed stereotypes in video games and development of hostile biases.
Warburton, W.A. (2015, January). Featured in PACE video on workplace health and safety.
Warburton, W.A. (2015, January). Featured in Macquarie PACE video on rural placements. Available on you-tube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDjsDSXi9Ok&list=PLRl3LQExZ1f2c5pvWvsJi_67fkmiz25C4&index=4
Dr Kathy Cologon (2015, January) - Interviewed for the Australian Educator on education of children with autism
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Seminar: Transformative research by children and adolescents: Partnerships between adults and children as researchers - 14 April 2016
Workshop: Enriching your Preschool Program - February - June 2016
Training: Parents as Teachers 21 - 23 June 2016
Conference: World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA) July 2016
Kathy Cologon: Explainer: What is differentiation and why is it poorly understood?
Wayne Warburton: APS Matters article “Member spotlight
Wayne Warburton: Hang on to your prostate, here comes the hot healing power of chillies
Kathy Cologon: Inclusive education means all children are included in every way, not just in theory
Jacqueline Hayden: Quoted: This is the best age to send your child to school
Kate Highfield: Kinderling’s Digital Playground
Wayne Warburton: Baby Steps, discussing the value of co-viewing television for language acquisition
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