Why does my older sister, aged 13, not want to play LEGO with me anymore and stays in her room the whole day? – Beth, age 10, Australia.

The full article featuring Prof Jayashri Kulkarni is in "The Conversation" 

I am sorry to hear your 13-year-old sister does not want to play LEGO with you anymore and stays in her room all day. This must make you feel sad and maybe a bit rejected....

How Hormones Impact Mental Health

Prof Kulkarni says the roles that the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone play in a woman’s reproductive health are well known, but it’s less commonly known that they also impact mental health. “The point to make, is that even though we tend to think of these hormones as...

Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni talks about Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder in The Guardian

'Like someone flicked a switch': the premenstrual disorder that upturns women's lives.
 

Dr Gemma Sharp discusses positive body image for the Butterfly Foundation’s Love Your Body Week

Our NHMRC Early Career Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, Dr Gemma Sharp, wrote a piece for the ...

Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni discusses hormones and women's mental health

How do hormones affect mental health? Our director Professor Jayashri Kulkarni joins Jean Hailes' Jo Roberts on the final day of Women's Health Week 2019 to discuss this.
 
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