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Sirois also gave an talk as part of the first ever symposium on Perfectionism and Health. Sirois also gave an talk on the factors associated with continuing CAM use. Emrah Eren presented his honour's thesis at the 40th Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate thesis conference held at the University of Windsor.
Sirois have received funding for their the one year project "Patterns in Emotional Development: February A paper authored by Dr. Mary Gick from Carleton University and Dr. Sirois on the role of attachment in women's adjustment to inflammatory bowel disease, has been accepted for publication in the APA journal Rehabilitation Psychology.
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A paper based on former lab member Karey Wilson's Master's thesis was published in this month's issue of the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. You can read an abstract of the paper titled "Birth attendant choice and satisfaction with antenatal care: The role of birth philosophy, relational style, and health self-efficacy.
A paper authored by Dr. The paper is titled "The role of CAM providers in motivating physical activity" and is based on data collected for Sean's honour's research project.
Sirois will also be presenting another paper at the congress titled " 'I would be foolish to stop something that has helped' Reasons for continuing use of complementary and alternative medicine CAM " January Dr. Sirois was interviewed by Dr. Tim Pychyl from Carleton University on counterfactual thinking and procrastination for a podcast on iProcrastinate Podcaston Monday January 18, In this podcast Dr.
Sirois discusses how counterfactual thoughts - imagining better or worse possibe outcomes when thngs don't work out the way we had hoped - can contribute to problems in regulating behaviour. You can hear the podcast by clicking here. Pychyl also runs a blog on Psychology Today and has featured Dr.
Sirois' editorial for the American Journal of Gastroenterology a member of the Nature publishing group on psychological adjustment to inflammatory bowel disease IBD was published in the December issue. You can read an abstract of the paper here. Sirois gave a talk at York University on October 5, titled Blame it on time: The talk was part of the Mindfulness and Integrative Medicine Seminar monthly lecture series.Ryerson University have the pleasure of hosting the next 48th Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference (AOPUTC).
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting abstract submissions for the annual Ontario Universities Undergraduate Thesis Conference to be held at Ryerson University on Friday, May 4 th, - Queens University 44th Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference () - Western University 45th Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference () Team members: Mahyar Garmsiri, CHRP; Female and Male Objectification and .
42nd Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference May 1, Faculty, Psychology brettt At the 42nd Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference, more than undergraduate students presented the results of their thesis research, in areas ranging from clinical to social development to neuropsychology, to more than attendees from universities across Ontario.
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Home / News / Aaron Maccosham presents his research at the 45th annual Ontario Undergraduate Psychology Thesis Conference!. Aaron Maccosham presents his research at the 45th annual Ontario Undergraduate Psychology Thesis Conference! Wednesday, May 13, The Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference is an informal forum for PSYCH (Honours Thesis) students to present a summary of their honours thesis to a friendly and enthusiastic audience of their peers and to discuss their work with others who have similar interests.
Presentations can be orally or in poster format.