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  • Feature Story: Jill Atkinson, May 2016

    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.
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  • Feature Story: Abi Muere, April 2016

    Queen’s Psychology’s Abi Muere studies chronic pain and how thoughts, behaviours, and emotions affect chronic pain.
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  • Feature Story: Wendy Craig, January 2016

    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.
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  • Feature Story: Randy Flanagan and Jason Gallivan, January 2016

    The brain prepares multiple available movements before deciding between them, according to findings from Queen’s researchers Jason Gallivan and Randy Flanagan.
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  • Feature Story: Barrie Frost, December 2015

    Queen’s Psychology's Barrie Frost investigating navigation system of bogong moth.
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  • Feature Story: Amanda Shamblaw, November 2015

    Queen's Psychology's Amanda Shamblaw is one of six Queen’s University students to win the 2015 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
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  • Feature Story: Got Your Back! November 2015

    From November 16 to November 20, CPOP will be running the Got Your Back! campaign.
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  • Feature Story: Jessica Lougheed, September 2015

    Have you ever wished you could know exactly how your part in a conversation was affecting the other person as the experience was unfolding? Despite the seeming mystery of how fleeting expressions and mannerisms can either make a conversation go as expected or take an awkward turn, Jessica Lougheed is pioneering ways to do just that.
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  • Feature Story: Chloe Hudson

    Why is it that some children are less affected when they are bullied, while others are deeply affected? How can we explain this?
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  • Feature Story: Nida Latif, June 2015

    Queen’s Psychology PhD student Nida Latif is interested in why most of us find conversation a natural, automatic part of our lives and why certain individuals struggle with conversation. “From a cognitive point of view, conversation is, in principle, exceptionally difficult,” Nida explains. "I am interested in exploring why it is that we find conversation so easy.”
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  • Feature Story: Valierie Kuhlmeier and Mary C Olmstead, May 2015

    Over the past 15 years, Drs. Cella Olmstead and Valerie Kuhlmeier have taught both undergraduate and graduate courses that covered the subject matter of comparative cognition.
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  • Feature Story: Selina Wang and Sean Bai, April 2015

    Undergraduate students Selina Wang and Sean Bai want to see music therapy more widely used to help improve the lives of the elderly and individuals struggling with Alzheimer’s disease.
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  • Feature Story: Dan Gale, March 2015

    Queen’s Psychology 4th year undergraduate student Daniel Gale has a strong passion for research and statistics. Dan currently works in the Cognition and Action Lab with supervisor Randy Flanagan.
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  • Feature Story: Sylvia Magrys, February 2015

    Queen’s Psychology PhD student Sylvia Magrys was drawn to the field of Clinical Psychology because of her desire to help vulnerable individuals. “And, on an academic level, I was curious about how human behaviour relates to one’s biology, especially brain structure and functioning,” Sylvia explains.
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  • Feature Story: Sarah Cassidy and Tanya Tran, January 2015

    Queen's Psychology undergraduate students Tanya Tran and Sarah Cassidy discuss their research work in Dr. Chris Bowie's lab.
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  • Feature Story: Emma Dargie, December 2014

    Queen's Psychology Clinical PhD student Emma Dargie has received several scholarships, including a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
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  • Feature Story: Mike Best, November 2014

    Queen's Psychology PhD student Mike Best has been awarded the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
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  • Feature Story: Amanda Shamblaw, September 2014

    /psycwww/feature-story-jill-atkinson-may-2016Queen's Psychology Clinical MSc student Amanda Shamblaw wants to know how a mother's symptoms of depression affect her child.
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