Computing resources

The Psychology discipline has at its disposal a rich collection of computer facilities. These facilities include:

  • Undergraduate computer room - room 221 is used for general computer access by undergraduate students.
  • Masters room - room 332 has a number of machines reserved for use by Masters students.
  • Testing cubicles - room 111. This area contains twenty cubicles used for computerised testing in research projects.
  • Research computers - Some research projects have also purchased a range of Unix and PC machines for the analysis of data. Staff and postgraduate students also have access to the university's Unix systems for research purposes.

Psychology technical support group

We have three full time technical staff members who are led by the Development Engineer, Paul Douglas. The other two members of the team are an ICT Officer (Application Systems Development and Support), Ben Maddock and a Technical Support Officer (Electronics), David Hall. They provide specialist support/advice in the areas of Computing, Programming, and Electronic Engineering. Design and construction of equipment is undertaken in the technical support (electronics) section.

Secondary psychology resources

We run workshops and seminars for secondary students studying psychology and for teachers teaching secondary psychology.

Test library

Our test library is available to staff, postgraduate and honours students in the Psychology discpline. The test library contains several hundred tests with multiple copies of the most popular tests. Tests are updated regularly and new tests ordered on recommendation and requirement. Tests may be borrowed with at least 24 hours notice from the Test Library by contacting the Psychology office via or on 8201 2192. 

Psychology funding application forms

Access to these forms is password protected for use by staff and postgraduate students only. Please contact your supervisor if you require access.

Funding application forms (password protected).