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The amount of visual information that we get from the world around us is astounding – from basic features like colours, textures, and edges, to higher-level concepts like objects, structures, and spatial layout. The fact that we easily perceive this information to plan, coordinate, and perform a multitude of tasks on a daily basis is a testament to the efficiency of our mental processes. Psychology Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science Masters student Effie Pereira has always been fascinated by eye movement planning, especially when it comes to specific directed tasks.
Research by Queen's Clinical Psychology PhD Student Adam Heenan has found that exercise and relaxation activities can change the way people perceive the world.
Queen's Clinical Psychology PhD student Maya Gupta is focusing her research on family dynamics in early episode psychosis. "What I am hoping to do is to provide evidence on the type of caregiver and client factors that can help families best support their loved ones with psychosis." Maya Gupta
Clinical Psychology PhD Candidate Laura Katz’s research focuses on examining the psychosocial factors of chronic illness, and more specifically on understanding the mechanisms of coping within Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS).
Psychology post-doctoral fellow Kelly Suschinsky has received a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Fellowship Award.
Jennifer Bossio hopes that her research will be used to inform public policy makers, as well as parents of infant boys
Clinical Psychology PhD candidate Rachel Wayne’s research focuses on the neurocognitive basis of speech comprehension under difficult listening conditions.
Christopher Bowie has received a national award for his program that helps people with a mental illness function at a high level when they return to work.
La Rocque has been practicing yoga for 7 years and her love of yoga has inspired her to expand her interest to researching possible antidepressant effects of yoga.
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Psychology Professor Wendy Craig joins Stephen Harper at roundtable on cyberbullying
Psychology Associate Professor Valerie Kuhlmeier's research shows that toddlers value people who help.
Psychology Professor Emeritus Barrie Frost leads study on butterfly navigation and migration.
Richard Beninger featured on CBC television.