News 2017-09-14T04:45:23+00:00
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ISN receives TEQSA approval as a higher education provider

The Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA) has given approval to ISN to provide psychology degree courses.

TEQSA is a government body that monitors and accredits higher education providers in Australia.

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ISN applies to APAC for course approvals

ISN Psychology has applied to the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) to have its undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses accredited.

Subject to this APAC approval, ISN plans to open its doors to students in May 2017.

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Professor Antonio Paolini publishes a paper on the relationship between multisensory integration and IQ in children

Barutchu A., Crewther SG, Fifer J.M., Shivdasani M.N., Innes-Brown H., Toohey S, Danaher J. and Paolini A.G. (2011) The Relationship between Multisensory Integration and IQ in Children. Develop. Psychol. 47(3): 877-85
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Associate Professor Patricia Melzer publishes a paper on PTSD as a reaction to the experiences of psychosis and its sequelae

Centofanti, A.T., Smith, D. I., Altieri, T. (2005). Posttraumatic stress disorder as a reaction to the experiences of psychosis and its sequelae. Clinical Psychologist, 9, 15-23.
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ISN sets up new lecture theatre

The newly-outfitted learning and clinic facility has three modern lecture rooms, one of which has two 216 cm touch screens to provide an interactive learning experience. All lectures are recorded on video and are available online for students to review at any time.
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Professor Antonio Paolini and Dr Antonina Govic publish a paper on the effects of paternal calorie restriction prior to conception on anxiety-like behaviour in adult rat progeny

Govic A., Penman J., Tammer A., Paolini AG. (2016). Paternal calorie restriction prior to conception
alters anxiety-like behavior of the adult rat progeny. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 64, 1 - 11
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Dr Jim Penman’s book Biohistory, Decline and Fall of the West is published

The book is an introduction to Biohistory, which is a revolutionary new theory that explores the biological and behavioural underpinnings of social change, including the rise and fall of civilisations.
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