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


2018 Bea Wickett Award for Contributions to Education and Mental Health

The Psychology Foundation of Canada (PFC) seeks nominations for its 2018 Dr. Bea Wickett Award supporting work to promote mental health and well- being within the context of education in Canada.

The award recognizes a program that will be offered within elementary or secondary school settings to promote well-being, foster resilience, and identify the early indicators of mental health problems and prevent the onset of mental illness. PFC will disburse up to $5,000 to support the project.

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Bea Wickett 2018 Award
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2018 Student Research Grants

The Psychology Foundation of Canada, with the support of members of The Canadian Psychological Association, wishes to support student research in all areas of psychology.  Applications are sought to support student research projects. The applicant (or in the case of joint submissions, the applicants) must be an undergraduate or graduate student in a psychology program at a Canadian University, and an affiliate member of the Canadian Psychological Association or a provincial psychological association.

Funding of up to $1500 is available per project. The excellence of the proposal will be the primary criterion in making awards. Documentation of submission to the applicant's institutional research ethics board (REB) must accompany every submission.  Applicants may submit only one application per year. We will grant up to 5 awards.

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Students Grants 2018
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