New research by Jason Gallivan and Randy Flanagan (Neuroscience/Centre for Neuroscience Studies) reveals that, when humans are presented with two action options, the brain’s motor neurons prepare for both possibilities before deciding which action to take. Read the full story
PhD student Anja-Xiaoxing Cui wants to examine how people gain musical knowledge and how this knowledge can influence our perception of music. Read the full story
Congratulations to Queen’s Psychology alumna Jessica Lougheed, PhD on receiving a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Banting Fellowship for her research entitled, Parent-Child Dynamics in Infancy and Early Childhood: Bridging the Theory-Method Gap. Read the full story
Queen’s Psychology MSc student Tanya Tran wants to help people think of recovering from mental illness in a different way, and this past June she took her message to the world stage. Read the full story
Queen's Psychology's Anja-Xiaoxing Cui, Jackie Huberman, and Laura Lambe are among seven Queen’s University students who have won the 2016 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. This surpasses the previous record of six recipients set in 2015 and the most in a single year at Queen’s since the scholarship was launched in 2008.
Queen's Psychology Chair of Undergraduate Studies Jill Atkinson is the 2016 recipient of the Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award for her work in redesigning “Principles of Psychology” (Psychology 100), in a blended learning format. Read the full story
Queen’s Psychology’s Abi Muere studies chronic pain and how thoughts, behaviours, and emotions affect chronic pain. Read the full story
In recognition of her continuing work in the field of bullying prevention and the promotion of healthy relationships, Wendy Craig has been invested to the Order of Ontario. Read the full story