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2019 Psychology Honours Presentation

Special Invitation

The Department of Psychology and Social Sciences is pleased to invite faculty, staff, and members of the College Community to a special event – the 2019 Psychology Honours Presentations.

This year, we have nine honours students from Psychology (with 6 Faculty supervisors) who conducted research. They will be presenting their research on April 16th and April 17th from 3:30 - 6:30/7 pm each day within the Aboriginal Gathering Place, Douglas College, New Westminster Campus. The honours students will also be accepting questions from audience members regarding their research.

The times and dates for their presentations are below (start times may vary slightly depending on situational factors).
Light refreshments will be provided.

We encourage interested faculty, staff, and members of the College Community to attend this event. Further, should you know any interested parties outside of Douglas College who would find this event informative, do let them know they are welcome to attend.

April 16

   
3:30-4:05  Janna Vandervelden  Effects of Student-Targeted Internet Memes on Self-Regulatory Efficacy
4:10-4:45  Reshina Schimann  Postpartum Anxiety and Support Services: Are They Enough? 
5:00-5:35  Monique Paulino   The effects of brief, online CBT on depression.
5:40-6:15  Cindy Chan  Pawing Academic Stress Out 
6:20-6:55  Connor Talarczyk  Relationships of Boldness and Grandiose Narcissism to Behavioural Outcomes of Psychopathy

April 17

   
3:30-4:05    Tanysha Klassen         Therapy's perceived influence on the identity satisfaction of trans people
4:15-4:50 Angela Carolei Transparent Lies: Sex, Psychopathy and the Ability to Deceive. 
5:00-5:35 Raychel Colangelo Taming the anxious mind and improving academic performance through brief mindfulness meditation
5:45-6:20 Samantha Todd Keep Calm and Lie On? Hormonal Correlates of Deception Ability.