Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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  • Meghan Norris, Chair of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Psychology, is creating tailored career supports and teaching students how to apply academic knowledge to future careers.
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  • Feature Story: Chris Bowie, May 2019

    Dr. Chris Bowie was recently awarded the undergraduate teaching award for his efforts to educate and demystify mental illness at Queen’s. His lectures to nearly 500 students in a second year course and a fourth year seminar have earned him a reputation of being able to bridge the complexity of the causes of mental disorders to an understanding of how these conditions are experienced by the individual, their family, and society.
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  • From getting the principal to tweet to his students just before an exam and broadcasting live webinars to help students prepare for tests, Department of Psychology instructor Steve Lamontagne does whatever it takes to inspire his students.
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  • Queen’s Psychology Professor Emeritus Doug Mewhort passed away on Thursday February 28, 2019 after a short stay in hospital. He was with his loving wife, Beth and daughter, Heather.
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  • Gerald J.S. Wilde, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Psychology, died on 1st January 2019 in Oaxaca, Mexico at the age of 86.
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  • Feature Story: Barrie Frost, November 2018

    Barrie J. Frost, MA, PhD, LLD (h.c.), FRSC, FAAAS, FCPA, and Emeritus Professor in Psychology at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, died peacefully on October 4th 2018 at the age of 79 after a courageous battle with cancer. His wife Ginny and his sons, Andrew, Tim, and Hugh were with him.
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  • QChaT was founded by Steve Lamontagne (PSYC PhD student) in 2017 to encourage undergraduate students to connect with graduate students in Psychology.
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