Psychology Award Winners 2011 2017-11-30T14:11:33+00:00

35th APICS Psychology Undergraduate Conference

May 12-13, 2011, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

APICS Undergraduate Science Communication Awards (Award Description)

Best Talk


Sacha Nadeau
Mount Allison University
Digging through the Kindergarten: Uprooting the Precursor Skills of Orthographic Learning

Best Poster


Misha Leach
Saint Mary’s University
The Job-Demands Resource Model Applied to Student Context as a Predictor of Burnout and Engagement

NSERC Representatives’ Undergraduate Student Awards (Award Description)

Best Talk


Morag Ryan
Memorial University
Parental Choices: A Biological And Behavioural Analysis Of The Common Murre (Uria Aalge)

Best Poster


Danielle Jackson
Memorial University
A Rodent Model Of Vascular Cognitive Impairment: Assessing The Effects Of Stroke In Prefrontal Cortex And Thalamus Using An Attentional Set Shifting Task

Karen Nicholson Award (Award Description)


Sean Rasmussen
Mount Allison University
Dissociation of Sensory and Motor Components of Multisensory Enhancement

McGraw-Hill Ryerson Book Prize


Skye Fitzpatrick
Dalhousie University
Perfectionistic Concerns, Interpersonal Discrepancies, And Psychological Well-Being: A Longitudinal Mixed-Method Approach


Stephanie Allen
Dalhousie University
The Perfectionism Model Of Binge Eating: A Two-Wave Longitudinal Study Of Middle-Aged Women