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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.”

Emma Dargie, December 2014

"It's time to listen closely, and be inspired to change." Emma Dargie, a PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Queen's University, has spent years researching a misunderstood pain condition that many dismiss or are unaware of: vulvodynia. "Because this pain condition involves the intersection of chronic pain and sexuality," Emma says, "it may be seen as taboo to discuss."

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