As usual, York U was well-represented at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) in the peachy city of Atlanta, Georgia that ran from March 1-3, 2018.
See below for our faculty and graduate student presentations!
Amy Muise - Close Relationships Pre-Conference
Keeping The Spark Alive: Self-Expansion in Relationships (link)
Implicit Bias Following Social Exclusion (Finalist for Student Poster Award!)
Transgressor's Willingness to Apologize: The Effects of Social Power and Perspective Taking (link)
Race and Body Cues: The Effects of Posture on Perception of Blacks
Heewon Kwon - Advances in Cultural Psychology Pre-Conference
Public Perceptions of the Model Minority Stereotypes
The Effects of Racialized Police Violence on Racial Attitudes
Ronda Lo - Advances in Cultural Psychology Pre-Conference
Culture and Social Comparison in a Sibling Context: The Ambivalence of Sibling Differentiation
The Effect of Expectation and Intention on the Appreciation of Absurd Humour
Shifting Perceptions of Prejudice and Apathy
Elizabeth van Monsjou
A Qualitative Analysis of Harbouring Grudges
Implicit Academic Stereotyping Among Black and Non-Black Children
The Social Consequences of Switching Between Cultures
Model SP graduate students commencing the end of SPSP 2018 by posing in front of the lovely SPSP peach.
In addition to SPSP, the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS) Annual Conference happened shortly afterwards on March 8-10, 2018, in Memphis, Tennessee, where two of our own students successfully presented their research (see below!).
Exploring the Dark Figure of Hate: A Comparison of Official Police Reports and Private Victimization Experiences
Police Response to Developmental Disability
Conferences as usual!