Student Research

 

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The Poster Presentation Award Winners at the OPA's 69th Annual Conference in October 2016: Jeffrey Esteves, Erin Orr and Christina Mutschler





 

The Recipients of the Most Promising Research to Practice Award were Erin Orr and Christina Mutschler from Ryerson University

Orr and Mutschler, Ryerson University:

 The Role of Doctor Trust in the Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Non-Adherence to Healthcare Treatment

 

The Recipient of the Excellence in Poster Presentation Award was Jeffrey Esteves from York University

Esteves, Tahiri, Perry and Koudys, York University: Examining Measures Used for the Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder 




OPA is proud to share some of the peer-reviewed posters presented at the October 2015 Summit on Innovation in Psychology held in Toronto, ON.


Crystal Hare, Ryerson University: The Impact of Insomnia on Quality of Life in Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis

Danielle Kofler, OISE, University of Toronto Kofler, D., & Chen, C.P: Career Indecision Among Israeli and Canadian Undergraduate Students

Jaclyn Ludmer & Leslie Atkinson, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University: Maternal Depressive Symptoms, Hostility, and Verbal Fluency Performance

Jala Rizeq and Maggie Toplak, York University: The Association Between Intelligence, Executive Functions and Self-Control Ratings in a Typically Developing Sample of Children

Kirstyn L. Krause, Emma M. MacDonald, Martin M. Antony, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University, Toronto: Investigating Storm Fears and Safety Behaviours Using Virtual Reality

Kristina Cordeiro, York University:  Primary Mental Health Care in the Family Health Team Setting: A Longitudinal Study of Referrals, Service Utilization, and Patient Outcomes

Noam Binnoon-Erez, University of Toronto: Sibling Personality Domains, Dyadic Gender Composition, and their Association with Sibling
Relationship Quality


Sepideh Saedi Chekan, MA and Jeanne C. Watson, PhD, University of Toronto: Comparing two clients in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder across four dimensions of: Negative Emotions, Positive Emotions, Negative Treatment-of-Self, and Positive Treatment-of-Self 
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