Check out CPD Lab Research Assistant Deanna Choi's Piano Quartet Recital:
Bowie, Holshausen, and Gupta have a chapter in Phil Harvey's: "Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia: Characteristics, Assessment, and Treatment"
New Funding! The CPD lab is fortunate to have received funding from the Brain and Behavior Foundation through an Independent Investigator Grant to Dr. Bowie. In this study, we will examine the efficacy and effectiveness, as well as genetic correlates, of remote cognitive remediation.
A very warm welcome back to Lauren David, who spent the interval between her first and second term during year 1 of graduate school returning to the lab to finish collecting data from last year's honour's thesis project. Inspirational work ethic on display below...
Potential Thesis Project next year: The role of Gender in Predicting Engagement in Social Activities in the CPD Lab.
Awarded the A.Z. Arthur Prize!
The A.Z Arthur Prize Endowment Fund was established by family, colleagues, students and friends in memory of Arthur Z. Arthur, Professor of Psychology at Queen’s University from 1968 to 1990. To provide financial recognition to each of the top two students who have the highest standing in the Master’s Clinical Program in the Department of Psychology.
23 Aug 2012
STRUCTURED THERAPY FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF PURPOSEFUL SPEECH (STEPS):
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO TREATING FORMAL THOUGHT DISORDER
Katherine is already disseminating this treatment following a training visit to Columbia University:
Michael was this year's recipient of the Ontario Association for Developmental Disabilities Student Award for Excellence in Research. This award honours his work done for his Master's Thesis while a student in Toronto.
The A.Z Arthur Book Prize Endowment Fund was established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of Arthur Z. Arthur, Professor of Psychology at Queen's from 1968 to 1990. To provide financial recognition to each of the top two students who have the highest standing in the Master's Clinical Program in the Department of Psychology.
Above we see the preferred psychotherapeutic stylings of our graduate students fully manifest in their curling techniques. Katherine relies on traditional hypnosis; Maya is inclined to mindfulness with a passive, reflective approach; Michael is exploring behavioural activation; finally Mike is committing to acceptance and commitment therapy.
Our research assistants Garrett, Teal, Cindy, Sarah, Effie, Theresa and Lauren
Theresa B, Emily, Lisa, Mike B, Mike L, Katherine, and Maya doing pre-curling stretching exercises
Theresa B and Maya prepare for battle
Mike Levi ("The Ringer") lulling his opponents into a state of relaxation
Bowie heroically trying to rally his team (but coming up about 5 meters short)
Theresa, Lisa, Kaely, and Emily brazenly brushing with blurry brooms