Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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Psychology

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  • The Department of Psychology COVID-19 Resources page is a hub for Queen’s Psychology Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Faculty, and Researchers affected by COVID-19, to find accurate, up-to-date information relating to academics and research.
  • Feature Story: Tess Clifford April 2020

    “Children notice disruptions in daily routines and they pick up on parents’ anxieties, which are both unavoidable during a stressful situation like this one,” says Dr. Tess Clifford, Director of the Queen’s Psychology Clinic. “There are, however, ways we can communicate and educate that can help our children cope with the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and our response to it.”

    Read the full story on Dr. Tess Clifford here

  • Feature Story: Judith Davidson

    With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, more and more people are finding themselves confined to their homes for most of the day. Queen’s University researcher Judith Davidson is one of Canada’s leading sleep experts and says it is normal to have some degree of sleep difficulty in times of uncertainty and when our daily routines have been suddenly altered.

    Read the full story on Judith Davidson here

  • Feature Story: Dean Tripp March 20, 2020

    Dr. Dean Tripp addressed questions concerning stress and anxiety that COVID-19 is creating in the lives of patients suffering from Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, on a Crohn's and Colitis Canada webinar: “COVID-19 and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: What You Need to Know”. The webinar took place Thursday March 19, 2020, 7:00 pm ET.

    See Dean's story for details

  • Feature Story: Tom Hollenstein March 2020

    With the threat of COVID-19 gripping the world, Queen’s University professor Tom Hollenstein uses his research into how we manage emotions to offer insight into how we are dealing with weeks of disruption, near isolation and the threat of getting sick.

    Read the full story on Tom Hollenstein here

  • Congratulations to Dr. Kate Harkness on the publication of The Oxford Handbook of Stress and Mental Health. The volume is co-edited with Dr. Elizabeth Hayden from Western University.
    Read the full story on Kate Harkness here

  • Feature Story: Onagottay February 2020

    The Department of Psychology is excited to announce that Morris (Onagottay) Blanchard has been selected as one of two winners of the Psychology Indigenous Art Project. Onagottay will prepare a piece that will be installed in the formal conference space of the Humphrey/Craine buildings in late 2020.

    Read the full story on Onagottay here

  • Feature Story: Riel+Berg February 2020

    The Department of Psychology is excited to announce that Georgina Riel and Andy Berg (Riel+Berg) have been selected as one of two winners of the Psychology Indigenous Art Project. Riel+Berg will prepare a large piece that will be installed in the lobby of the Humphrey/Craine buildings in Fall 2020.

    Read the full story on Riel+Berg here