CRAHW is made up of a number of research groups that reflect our multi-disciplinary lifecourse approach to the investigation of physical, mental and cognitive wellbeing, and the social and interpersonal context of population health.

Cognitive ageing & dementia

Research in the cognitive ageing within CRAHW focusses on describing the course of cognitive development from young adulthood into old age, identifying factors that...

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Driving is a way of life in Australia, often necessitated by our geography and public transport systems. In Australia it is estimated that approximately 99.3% of males...

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Healthy ageing

The healthy ageing stream uses a life-span developmental approach to investigate and promote physical and mental wellbeing in older adulthood. We particularly focus on...

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Mental health and wellbeing

The Mental Health and Wellbeing group focuses on the psycho-social-behavioural factors that impact on individuals’ mental health and wellbeing across the lifespan. We...

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Neuroimaging & brain lab

The NeuroImaging & Brain Lab (NIMBL) is particularly interested in investigating the associations between the influence of health and environmental factors on...

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Social gerontology

The social gerontology stream researches how social relationships, psychological resources and personality characteristics are related to health, wellbeing and...

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