It’s been a busy and productive year for the area, with our students presenting at conferences both domestically and internationally. Here’s a round up of some of the student presentations from this year that haven’t yet been featured on the news page.
Ashley Hall : The Effects of Music Tempo on Driver Risk Taking.
James Roseborough: The Belief in an Unjust World and Narcissism--the Influence of Personality on Perceptions of Injustice, Driving Anger, and Aggressive Driving.
Christine Wickens, Dave Wiesenthal, Ashley Hall and James Roseborough: Driver Anger on the Information Superhighway: A Final Report.
Taking Stock of a Turbulent Decade and Looking Ahead: Immigration in North America 2000-2010: Congratulations to Jorida Cila for her poster presentation on “Cultural Brokering and Bicultural Identity: An Exploratory Study” at an international conference on immigration, held in
. London Ontario
Kristine Fitzgerald: Examining Attitudes and Behaviour Toward Feminists: The Impact of the Feminist Label.
Dean Hodge: Perceptions of control over positive and negative events.
Melina Condren: The Effects of Perceived Social Support on Internalized Homophobia.
Constance Mara & Joana Katter: Financial Threat and Anxiety: The Importance of Proactive Coping and Practical Social Support
American Psychology-Law Society Conference: Congratulations also to Kristine for her poster presentation “Race-based pretrial questioning: Can explicitly rendering racial issues salient impact jurors’ decisions in trials of Black defendants?” at this years AP-LS conference, held in sunny