Awards and Grants 2019

Dr. Bea Wickett Award 2019

Winner - to be announced 

The Psychology Foundation of Canada congratulates the winner of the 2019 Dr. Harvey and Grace Brooker Fund 

Emily Cruikshank - to support her attendance at the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference and her poster presentation: suicide contagion as it relates to the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why.

Jean Pettifor and Dick Pettifor Scholarship Fund 2019

Konrad Czechowski - to support his research titled Ethical Use of Data Provided by Transgender and Gender-Non-Conforming People.

The Psychology Foundation of Canada congratulates the winners of the 2018 Dr. Harvey and Grace Brooker Fund 

Anthony Battaglia - In support of his attendance at the North American Correctional & Criminal Justice Psychology Conference in Halifax presenting his work titled "Female Sexual Offenders & Judicial Decision Making"

Nicole DelRosario  - In support of her attendance at The Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies Conference in Montreal presenting her research on how perceptions of psychological therapies inform treatment delivery.

The Psychology Foundation of Canada congratulates the winner of the 2018 Dr. Jean and Dick Pettifor Scholarship Fund

Erin Dempsey - to support her research titled The Development of Moral Foundation in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The Psychology Foundation of Canada congratulates the winners of the 2018 Student Research Grants

Susan Yamamoto - Carleton- Juror Decision-making and Mixed- Race Defendants: Essentialism and Bias Reduction for Persons

 Danielle Rice - McGill – Establishing the Comparative Effectiveness of Psychosocial Interventions for Persons Receiving Opioid Agonist Therapy for Opioid Use Disorder

 Jing (Jenny) Wen Liu – Ryerson- Identifying Resilience in a Multicultural Community: Building a Multisystem Model of Resilience

 Alison Tracy – UBC – Stress and Resilience

 Kalee DeFrance - Queen’s – Changes in Emotion Regulation Strategy use and success across adolescence: exploring the role of perceived stress and relationship quality