An upcoming episode of CBC’s The Nature of Things will highlight research being done in the Department of Psychology.
The episode, entitled A Dog’s Life, is a fun and whimsical documentary that looks at interesting current canine behavioural science and debunks a lot of the long held beliefs about ‘man’s best friend.’
It features fascinating information and experts including Dr. Carolyn Walsh, an associate professor of Psychology and the co-chair of the Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology Program. With colleague Dr. Rita Anderson, she spearheads the Canine Research Unit (CRU) at Memorial, which is composed of undergraduate and gradate students studying many aspects of canine behavior....
Fulbright Canada is continuing a long and successful partnership with Memorial University with the recent announcement of this year’s Killam Fellowship recipients.
In one of its most successful years, Memorial will be sending two undergraduate students, Shruti Raheja and Catherine Woodford, to the United States for research and academic opportunities.
Ms. Raheja is currently doing a joint honours in behavioral neuroscience and English literature. She will spend a semester at the State University of New York in Plattsburgh this fall. Ms. Woodford is currently working on a joint honours in physics and math with...
Chris Duggan will give a colloquium entitled "A Mixed-Methods Study of Stress and Emotion Regulation in University Student-Athlete Disordered Eating" on March 4, at 12:00 in SN2101.
Dr. Allison Ouimet will present a colloquium entitled, “Fast & Fearful: Developing a dual-systems model of cognitive vulnerability to anxiety disorders” on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 from 12:00-12:50 (followed by a 10 minute Question and Answer period) in room SN2067.