Stanley Choi has investigated Australia’s Continuous Disclosure Regime to identify if the Responsive Enforcement Strategy initiated in the early 2000s by the Australian Securities Investment Commission actually works.
There are no current pharmacotherapies that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the Therapeutic Goods Administration for methamphetamine dependence. Oxytocin is one possible treatment.
Questioning has been described as the single most important pedagogical technique used by teachers. However, previous research has demonstrated that in early childhood classrooms up to 95% of the questioning is at a low cognitive level.
Over half of the Australian population will experience sexual difficulties, low mood, and anxiety at clinically significant levels, and often at the same time. When sexual dysfunctions occur at the same time as anxiety or depression they have a profoundly negative impact on quality of life.
Psychological therapeutic techniques for older adults are a neglected area of research. The number of people aged 65 and older is estimated to increase from 500 million in 2010 to 1.5 billion in 2050.
Professor David Raftos works with the Australian oyster industry to find solutions to the growing problems of disease and environmental stress.
The innovation of new surgical procedures is critical to advancing healthcare. Professor Wendy Rogers takes a look at the ethical implications of surgical innovation and the best ways of managing new techniques, new equipment and new patient groups.
This research exposes how the institution of law was, in the waging of the War on Terror, perverted in order to legitimate, officially, a range of violent practices that contravened US law, international law and international treaty obligations.
Nicholas and his team have validated a commercial gaming system for the measurement of research quality event related brain activity, this is particularly useful for working with children.