Scientists unlock potential to yield “diet” fruit
A new study has demystified sugar distribution in plants, paving the way to create low sugar or ‘diet’ fruits.
The Health and Clinical Psychology Research Group conducts fundamental and applied research into factors associated with psychological well-being and physical health across the lifespan.
Research programs within the group are focused on understanding the psychology underlying the causes of mental and physical ill-health, developing interventions for prevention and treatment, and exploring strategies to enhance and promote positive physical and mental wellbeing. A variety of research methodologies are employed including both quantitative and qualitative approaches.
Examples of current research include but are not restricted to:
|Jenny Bowman (Deputy Head of Group)||Jenny.Bowman@newcastle.edu.au|
|Ross Wilkinson (Head of Group)||Ross.Wilkinson@newcastle.edu.au|
The Health and Clinical Psychology Research Group holds regular seminars and workshops throughout the year. For a calendar of upcoming events please contact Ross Wilkinson.
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