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  • You'll say buy, while I'll say sell (Apr 01/09) - Li-Jun Ji (Psychology) - Buy low. Sell high. But what's low and what's high? That may depend on your ethnicity. Caucasians tend to predict that current stock market trends will continue, while Chinese expect them to reverse, according to Li-Jun Ji, a Queen's University psychology professor.
  • Queen's Psychology professor receives Steacie Fellowship (Mar 05/09) - Ingrid Johnsrude (Psychology) - Psychology professor Ingrid Johnsrude is one of six Canadian researchers to receive a prestigious 2009 E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship.
  • Arousing questions about female sexuality (Feb 23/09) - Meredith Chivers (Psychology) - Chivers, a newly-hired assistant professor in the psychology department and a Queen's National Scholar, has spent the last few years conducting studies to measure men's and women's sexual arousal objectively and subjectively. She said she often has trouble making people understand the boundaries of such a steamy topic.
  • Research On The Brain (Jan 02/09) - Christopher Bowie (Psychology) was granted $74,500 for research on neurocognitive impairment in individuals suffering from schizophrenia. Bowie said the award from CFI will be used to set up his research project at Queen's. "This funding will allow me to set up a lab with state of the art equipment and develop new treatments [for schizophrenia]."


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