Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology

Clinical psychology is concerned with understanding behavioural problems. Neuropsychologists are concerned with the affective, behavioural, and cognitive manifestations of diseases of the central nervous system, particularly those affecting the brain, in adults and children.

  • Can Effective Treatments Be Applied Across Cultures?
  • How And Why Do Schizophrenic Symptoms Appear?
  • Can We Develop Effective Early Intervention For Young People At Risk Of Psychosis?
  • How and why do schizophrenic symptoms appear?
  • Can we detect vulnerability to mental disorder early in life?
  • How can we detect dementia in its earlier stages?
Groups / Projects Research Lead Dept / Centre
Affective Development and Psychopathology Team Dr Julian G. Simmons
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Attention Dynamics Lab Dr Katherine Johnson
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Bugs and Brains: The Gut and Mental Health Study Dr Julian G. Simmons
Dr Julian G. Simmons
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology Laboratory Professor Stephen C Bowden
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Clinical and Health Psychology Associate Professor Carol Hulbert
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Clinical and Music Neuroscience Laboratory Professor Sarah Wilson
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology
iCATS - Imaging brain development in the Childhood to Adolescence Transition Study Julian Simmons Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
The SENSE Study (Sleep and Education: learning New Skills Early) The SENSE Team Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences