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Canadian
Psychology
Psychologie
canadienne
Annual Convention Issue /
Programme du congrès annuel
Volume 54:2a (abridged) 2013
Programme
June 13-15, 2013
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du 13 au 15 juin 2013
Québec City Convention Centre, Québec, Québec
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74
th
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Annual Convention
Congrès annuel
Québec City Convention Centre,
Québec, Québec
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H YAT T R E G E N C Y VA N C O U V E R
75
th
e
Annual Convention
Congrès annuel
June
5-7
juin
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Psychologie canadienne, 54:2a, 2013
74
th
e
Annual Convention
Congrès annuel
INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT ISSUE
The Special Convention Issue of Canadian Psychology has been prepared as a permanent record of the 74th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, in partnership with L’ordre des psychologues du Québec, to be
held June 13 – 15, 2013 at the Québec City Convention Centre, Québec. The Convention presentations are listed in
chronological order. The journal is tabbed in thirds: one each for presentations on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
All papers relevant to a particular presentation are printed together, a summary of a symposium is given, then the papers within are listed “Sy-A,B,C”.
Digital Posters are grouped by topic, numbered and listed, Session “A” 1 to 8 and Session “B” 1 to 5, etc. Posters for
each day will be on display at the time specified in this publication. The subject index is given according to the “word
entry” provided by the author. It can be found, together with the author index, at the back of the book.
Traditional Posters are grouped by topic, numbered and listed, Session “A” 1 to 101 and Session “B” 1 to 107, etc.
Posters for each day will be on display at the time specified in this publication. The subject index is given according to
the “word entry” provided by the author. It can be found, together with the author index, at the back of the book.
This special issue was organized, produced and edited by the CPA Convention department: Kathy Lachapelle-Pétrin,
Convention Manager; Céline Delangis, Convention Assistant, and the CPA Head Office staff.
PRÉAMBULE AU NUMÉRO DES RÉSUMÉS
Le numéro spécial du congrès de Psychologie canadienne a été préparé dans le but d’offrir un compte rendu permanent
du 74e Congrès annuel de la Société canadienne de psychologie, en partenariat avec
L’ordre des psychologues du Québec, qui aura lieu du 13 au 15 juin 2013, au Centre des congrès de Québec Québec.
Les présentations faites au cours du congrès sont inscrites par ordre chronologique. Ce manuel est divisé en trois parties: une pour chacune des journées - jeudi, vendredi et samedi. Tous les exposés se rapportant à une présentation en
particulier sont groupés, c’est-à-dire que l’on présente le sommaire d’un symposium, et les exposés s’y rattachant « SyA,B,C » suivent.
Une session de présentations par affichage numérique est identifiée, par exemple, « Session A », et est suivie des numéros 1 à 10 et « Session B » suivie des numéros 1 à 10. Les affiches seront exposées chaque jour selon les heures indiquées dans cette publication. L’index par sujets a été établi selon le mot-clef fourni par l’auteur. Celui-ci se trouve
à la fin du livre avec l’index par noms d’auteur.
Une session de présentations par affichage est identifiée, par exemple, « Session A », et est suivie des numéros 1 à 101
et « Session B » suivie des numéros 1 à 107. Les affiches seront exposées chaque jour selon les heures indiquées dans
cette publication. L’index par sujets a été établi selon le mot-clef fourni par l’auteur. Celui-ci se trouve à la fin du livre
avec l’index par noms d’auteur.
Une session de présentations par affichage numérique est identifiée, par exemple, « Session A », et est suivie des numéros 1 à 10 et « Session B » suivie des numéros 1 à 10. Les affiches seront exposées chaque jour selon les heures indiquées dans cette publication. L’index par sujets a été établi selon le mot-clef fourni par l’auteur. Celui-ci se trouve
à la fin du livre avec l’index par noms d’auteur.
Ce numéro spécial a été préparé, produit et édité au siège social, grâce aux efforts conjugués du département des
congrès à la SCP, soit par Kathy Lachapelle-Pétrin, directrice des congrès, Céline Delangis, adjointe au congrès, et le
personnel du siège social.
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Canadian Psychology, 54:2a, 2013
CPA 74th ANNUAL CONVENTION
In partnership with l’Ordre des Psychologues du Québec
74e CONGRÈS ANNUEL DE LA SCP
En partenariat avec l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec
MEETINGS AND SPECIAL EVENTS
RÉUNIONS ET ÉVÉNEMENTS SPÉCIAUX
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 2013 / LUNDI 10 JUIN 2013
CPA Orientation Meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLAINES – 23RD FLOOR – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013 / MARDI 11 JUIN 2013
CPA Board of Directors Meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLAINES - 23RD FLOOR – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Karen Cohen, Canadian Psychological Association
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2013 / MERCREDI 12 JUIN 2013
Pre-Convention Workshop #2/Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Quantitative Tat Interpersonal Scoring Systems: Application And Validity
Sponsored by: Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychology
Presented by: Dr. Sharon Rae Jenkins, University of North Texas; Dr. Antoinette Thomas, Society for Personality Assessment
Pre-Convention Workshop #3/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
CCPPP - Training Psychologists for Future Practice: The Role of Academic and Internship Programs in Creating a Vision for the Future
Practice of Psychology
Sponsored by: CCPPP
Presented by: Leading Canadian Educators
Pre-Convention Workshop #4/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: From Theory to Practice
Sponsored by: CPA Section on Clinical Psychology
Presented by: Dr. Mark Lau, Vancouver CBT Centre & University of British Columbia
Pre-Convention Workshop #5/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
My Episte-What?: A Practical Guide to Navigating Feminist Research Methods and Analyses with Epistemology at the Center
Sponsored by: CPA Section on Women and Psychology
Presented by: Dr. Maria Gurevich, Ryerson University
Pre-Convention Workshop #6/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Introduction to Integrating Emotion Regulation and Interpersonal Skills Into PTSD Treatment
Sponsored by: CPA Section on Traumatic Stress
Presented by: Dr. Marylene Cloitre, National Center for PTSD
Pre-Convention Workshop #7/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Behavioural Activation Therapy: What You Need to Know in One Day
Presented by: Dr. Simon Sherry, Dalhousie University
Pre-Convention Workshop #8/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Introduction To Data Analysis With R
Sponsored by: CPA Section on Quantative Methods
Presented by: Dr. Robert Cribbie, York University ; Carrie Smith, York University
Pre-Convention Workshop #9/ Atelier précongrès . . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
The Truth About Lies: Using Psychology To Detect Lies In High Stakes Situations and Every Day Life
Presented by: Dr. Stephen Porter, UBC-Okanagan; Dr. Michael Woodworth, UBC-Okanagan
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Pre-Convention Workshop #10/ Atelier précongrès . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
L’Évaluation, l’intervention et la prévention dans les cas de deuil
Parrainé par : L’Ordre des psychologues du Québec
Présenté par : Dr. Janel Gauthier, Université de Laval
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available / Traduction simultanée disponible)
Pre-Convention Workshop #11/ Atelier précongrès . . . QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Evidence-Based Assessment, Treatment, and Special Considerations for Military-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Sponsored by: Department of National Defense, the Parkwood Hospital Operational Stress Injury Clinic, and the Canadian
Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research
Presented by: Dr. Rakesh Jetly, Canadian Forces Health Services and Dr. Maya Roth Parkwood Hospital Operational Stress Injury Clinic
CPA Section Chairs Meeting/Réunion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VILLERAY – MAIN FLOOR – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Dawn Hanson, Child Guidance Clinic
Featured Speaker/Conférencier Invité . . . . . . BEAUPORT/BEAUMONT/BÉLAIR – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Clinical Psychology Public Lecture: “The Role of Passion In People’s Lives”
Robert Vallerand, UQAM
THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2013 / JEUDI 13 JUIN 2013
First Time Presenters Breakfast (By Invitation Only) / . . . . VILLERAY/DE TOURNY – MAIN FLOOR – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL
Petit-déjeuner à l’intention des conférenciers qui présentent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 AM to 8:25 AM
leur première communication (Seulement sur invitation)
Welcoming Ceremony/ Cérémonie de Bienvenue . . . . . 200C QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 AM to 9:55 AM
Honoring Our Best/ Hommage au mérite (Simultaneous Interpretation Available / Traduction simultanée disponible)
CPA Presidential Address/Allocution présidentielle . . 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM
“Supporting Canadian Psychology: Advocacy Required!” (Simultaneous Interpretation Available / Traduction simultanée disponible )
Jennifer Frain, CPA President
Digital Poster “A”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM
Community Psychology / Psychologie communautaire; Counselling Psychology / Psychologie du counseling;
Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle
Poster Session “A”/Présentation par affichage . . . . . . . 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM
Community Psychology / Psychologie communautaire; Counselling Psychology / Psychologie du counseling; Environmental Psychology /
Psychologie de l’environnement Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle;
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 202- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM
Aboriginal Psychology/Psychologie autochtone
The Most Significant Legacy is Mental Health Issues; Search for Pathways to Holistic Health and Wellness
Bill Mussell, Native Mental Health Association of Canada
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
International and Cross-Cultural Psychology / Psychologie internationale et interculturelle
Acculturation and Intergroup Relations Between Immigrant and Host Majority Groups In Multiethnic Settings
Richard Bourhis, Université du Québec à Montréal
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 205A- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Adult Development and Aging / Développement adulte et vieillissement
Neuropsychological Prediction of Dementia in Older People: How Well Does it Compare to other Biomarkers for Dementia.
Mary Tierney, University of Toronto
Theory Review Session “A”/ Session Examen théorique . . . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
History and Philosophy of Psychology / Histoire et philosophie de la psychologie
Méthode De Validation Et Variétés De Béhaviorisme
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Psychologists in Education / Psychologues en éducation
School Based Mental Health: Such a Great Idea, Why didn’t I Think of That!
Alan Leschied, Western University
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Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Social and Personality Psychology / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Adjustment to Chronic Illness
Vicki Helgeson, Carnegie Mellon University
Section Annual Meeting/ réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 201C- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Community Psychology / Psychologie Communautaire
Cameron Norman, CENSE Research + Design
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 AM to 11:55 PM
Women and Psychology/Femmes et psychologie
Antidepressants As Placebo and Panacea: Implications For Women’S Health
Linda McMullen, Psychology, College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 11:00 PM to 12:25 PM
Social Media for Psychologists
Fernando Felix, Canadian Psychiatric Association
Humanitarian Award/ Prix pour réalisation humanitaire. . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM
Humanitarian Award Townhall: Perspectives On Childhood Sexual Abuse
Theo Fleury, Fleury 14 Enterprises Inc. ; Catherine Classen, Women’s College Research Institute ; Paul Frewen, University Hospital ; Michael
Seto, Intergrated Forensic Program, Brockville Mental Health Centre ; Karen Cohen, Canadian Psychological Association (moderator)
Section Annual Meeting/ réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Women and Psychology/Femmes et psychologie
Lynda Ross, Athabasca University
Accreditation Conversation Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205C- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 PM to 11:55 AM
Melissa Tiessen, CPA
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Psychologists In Education / Psychologues en éducation
Joseph Snyder, Concordia University
Section Annual Meeting/ réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Social and Personality Psychology / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Elizabeth Page-Gould, University of Toronto Scarborough
3rd Annual High School Science Award Presentation / 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
3e Présentation annuelle du prix scientifique-école secondaire
Jennifer Frain, New Directions for Children Youth Adults and Families ; Arin MacNeill, Student, Pictou Academy
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion d'affaires . . . . . LAUZON - QUEBEC HILTON HOTEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
Professional Affairs Committee Meeting
Dorothy Cotton, PMHL Solutions
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
Conférencière invitée de la SCP et de la section
Social and Personality Psychology / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Hormones, Intimacy, and Aggression: The Steroid/Peptide Theory Of Social Bonds
Sari van Anders, University of Michigan
CPA Invited Speaker/Conférencier invité de la SCP . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle
Presenteeism At Work: Problems and Promise
Gary Johns, Concordia University
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Women and Psychology/Femmes et psychologie
Lynda Ross, Athabasca University
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Section Annual Meeting/ réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
Psychologists In Education / Psychologues en éducation
Joseph Snyder, Concordia University
Poster Session “B”/ Présentation par Affichage . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 3:25 PM
Developmental Psychology / Psychologie du développement; Psychologists in Education / Psychologues en éducation
Digital Poster “B “/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 3:25 PM
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Students In Psychology/Étudiants en psychologie
What Can I Do To Be Happy? Insights From Research On Well-Being
Veronika Huta, University of Ottawa
Section Annual Meeting / réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 202 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
International and Cross-Cultural Psychology / Psychologie Internationale et interculturelle
Richard Lalonde, York University
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Conférencier invité de la SCP et de la section
Psychopharmacology / Psychopharmacologie
Professional Psychology’S Future: Risks and Opportunities
Patrick DeLeon, Henry M. Jackson Foundation Distinguished Professor; joint appointment to the F. Edward Hebert Schoo
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 205A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Adult Development and Aging / Développement adulte et vieillissement
Venera Bruto, University Health Network - Toronto Rehab
Featured Speaker/Conférencier Invité . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Mental Health Care In A War Zone
Colonel Rakesh Jetly, Psychiatry and Mental Health Advisor to Surgeon General
Section annual meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . 2:30 PM to 3:25 PM
& Campus Representative Reception
Students in Psychology/Étudiants en psychologie
Justin Feeney, University of Western Ontario
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM
History and Philosophy Of Psychology / Histoire et philosophie de la psychologie
William Smythe, University of Regina
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM
(Head Docs) Alphée des étoiles
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Psychopharmacology / Psychopharmacologie
David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Extremism and Terrorism/Extrémisme et terrorisme
Lianne McLellan, Defence Research and Development Canada - Toronto
Section Annual Meeting//réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Counselling Psychology / Psychologie du counseling
Ada Sinacore, McGill University
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Criminal Justice Psychology/Psychologie et justice pénale
Howard Barbaree, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
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Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Environmental Psychology / Psychologie de l’environnement
Planning with Smores - Transitioning to a Low Carbon Community
Kenneth Church, Natural Resources Canada
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
NSERC News and Information Session
Marie-Claude Caron, CRSNG | NSERC
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 PM to 5:25 PM
Graduate Fair: Informal Meet and Greet for Students and Graduate Programs Across the Country
CPA Invited Speaker/Conférencière invitée de la SCP 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 PM to 4:55 PM
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity / Orientation sexuelle et identité sexuelle
The “Desire Disorder” in Research on Female Sexual Orientation: Potential Contributions of Dynamical Systems Theory
Lisa Diamond, Department of Psychology, University of Utah
Digital Poster ”C “/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM
International and Cross Cultural Psychology / Psychologie international et interculturelle ; Students in Psychology / Étudiants en psychologie ;
Sports and Psychology / Psychologie du sport et de l’exercice
Poster Session “C”/ Présentation par affichage . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM
International and Cross Cultural Psychology / Psychologie international et interculturelle ; Family Psychology / Psychologie de la famille ;
Teaching Psychology / Enseignement de la psychologie ; Students in Psychology / Étudiants en psychologie ; Sports and psychology / Psychologie du sport et de l’exercice ; Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity / Orientation sexuelle et identité sexuelle
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Developmental Psychology / Psychologie du développement
Jean-Paul Boudreau, Ryerson University
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Aboriginal Psychology/Psychologie Autochtone
Suzanne Stewart, OISE/Univ of Toronto
Editorial Business Meeting /réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Martin Drapeau, McGill University
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Counselling Psychology / Psychologie du counseling
Scientists and Storytellers: Examining the Role of Qualitative Evidence for Practice
Beth Haverkamp, University of British Columbia
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 205C- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Criminal Justice Psychology/Psychologie et justice pénale
Rnr’S Third Pillar: Responsivity Revisited
William (Bill) Marshall, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Queen’s University
Theory Review “B”/ Examen théorique . . . . . . . . . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
History and Philosophy of Psychology / Histoire et philosophie de la psychologie
Reflections on Psychology’s Metanarrative and its History”
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Environmental Psychology / Psychologie de l’environnement
Charlotte Young, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 2105 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie clinique
Margo Watt, Saint Francis Xavier University
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Rural and Northern Psychology / Psychologie des communautés rurales et nordiques
Judi Malone, Athabasca University ; Cindy Hardy, University of Northern British Colombia ; Shelley Goodwin, Nova Scotia Department of
Health ; Jeffrey Ansloos, Fuller School of Psychology
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Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:30 PM to 5:55 PM
(Head Docs) Boy Interrupted
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Awards & Reception
Developmental Psychology / Psychologie du développement
Jean-Paul Boudreau, Ryerson University
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Aboriginal Psychology/Psychologie autochtone
Suzanne Stewart, OISE/Univ of Toronto
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Extremism and Terrorism/Extrémisme et terrorisme
Lianne McLellan, Defence Research and Development Canada - Toronto
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Counselling Psychology / Psychologie du counseling
Ada Sinacore, McGill University
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Criminal Justice Psychology/Psychologie et justice pénale
Howard Barbaree, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion d’affaires . . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
International Relations Committee Meeting
Janel Gauthier, Université Laval
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Environmental Psychology / Psychologie de l’environnement
Invited Address: Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University; Ada Lockridge: Aamjiwnaang First Nation Health and Environment Committee;
Environment, and Justice: from Consciousness to Action
Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity / Orientation Sexuelle et identité sexuelle
Todd Morrison, University of Saskatchewan
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2105 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie clinique
Margo Watt, Saint Francis Xavier University
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Rural and Northern Psychology / Psychologie des communautés rurales et nordiques
Judi Malone, Athabasca University
Presidential Reception / Réception Présidentielle . . . . . PALAIS – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:00 PM to 7:55 PM
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013 / VENDREDI 14 JUIN 2013
Annual Meeting - Addiction Psychology Section . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Addiction Psychology/Toxicomanies
Abby Goldstein, University of Toronto
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Family Psychology / Psychologie de la famille
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Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Psychology in the Military/Psychologie du milieu militaire
Peter Bradley, Royal Military College of Canada
Section Annual Meeting/réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 2103 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Psychologists in Hospitals and Health Centres/Psychologues en milieu hospitalier et en centres de santé
Kerry Mothersill, Alberta Health Services ; Bob McIlwraith, Dept of Clinical Health Psychology ; Joyce D’Eon, The Ottawa Hospital ; Vicky
Veitch Wolfe, IWK Health Centre ; Paul Greeman, Universite du Quebec en Outaouais
Honorary President’s Address/Allocution du président d’honneur 200C- QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . 9:00 AM to 9:55 AM
“A Call To Arms: A Discussion Of Why The Timing Is Right To Reclaim The Role Of Psychologists In Treating Mental Illness and To Access
Public Health Funding”
The Honourable Mr. Justice Edward Ormston, Consent and Capacity Board
CPA Invited Speaker/Conférencière invitée de la SCP . . . . . . . . . . 202 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM
Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Reconceptualizing PTSD and Enhancing Treatment: Harnessing the Healing Power of Relationships
Candice Monson, Ryerson University
President’s New Researcher’s Award Symposium / . . . . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM
Symposium pour les récipiendaires du prix du nouveau chercheur
Jennifer Frain, New Directions for Children Youth Adults and Families ; Vina Goghari, University of Calgary ; Naomi Koerner, Ryerson University ; Christopher Mushquash, Lakehead University
Round-Table Conversation Session “A” / . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM
Séance de conversation de table ronde
1- 19847 (Clinical Psychology ) Scott, Katreena; 2- 20902 (Community Psychology ) Alani, Taslim; 3- 19822 (Counselling Psychology )
Myers, Sharon; 4- 20866 (Counselling Psychology ) Titus, Jennifer; 5 - 20028 (International and Cross-Cultural Psychology ) Bélanger-Dumontier, Gabrielle; 6 -20805 (Psychologists in Education ) Ford, Laurie; 7 -19614 (Psychology and Religion ) Abbondanza, Mona. . . . . . .
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM
(Head Docs) Happy (2011)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
Science and Application Keynote Address/ . . . . . . . . . . 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 11:30 AM to 12:25 PM
Conférence “Science & Applications”
Computers and Psychosocial Treatments for Anxiety Disorders in Youth
Philip Kendall, Temple University
Digital Poster “D”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Brain and Cognitive Science / Cerveau et sciences cognitive ; Women and Psychology / Femmes et psychologie
Poster Session “D” / Présentation par affichage . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Aboriginal Psychology / Psychologie autochtone ; Brain and Cognitive Science / Cerveau et sciences cognitive ; Clinical Neuropsychology /
Neuropsychologie clinique ; Psychophysiology (Special Interest Group) / Psychophysiologie (groupe d’intérêts spéciaux) ; Psychology and
Religion / Psychologie et religion ; Adult Development and Aging / Développement adulte et vieillissement ; Quantitative Methods / Méthodes quantitatives ; Women and Psychology / Femmes et psychologie
Digital Poster “D”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Brain and Cognitive Science / Cerveau et sciences cognitive ; Women and Psychology / Femmes et psychologie
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Rural and Northern Psychology / Psychologie des communautés rurales et nordiques
Une psycoach dans le champ
Pierette Desrosiers, Pierette Desrosiers Psycoaching
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Conférencière invitée de la SCP et de la section
Sport and Exercise Psychology / Psychologie du sport et de l’exercice
Reach, Acceptability, and Impact of Population Health Interventions Aimed at Increasing Physical Activity and Reducing Excessive Preoccupation with Thinness: Conceptual and Methodological Issues
Lise Gauvin, Centre de recherche du CHUM
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Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Brain and Cognitive Science/Cerveau et science cognitive
Peter Graf, University of British Columbia
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Teaching of Psychology/Enseignement de la psychologie
On The Synergy Between Research and Teaching
Colin Macleod, University of Waterloo
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM
Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychology / Psychologie psychoanalytique et psychodynamique
Otto Weininger Award Presentation: Comparing Analytic Perspectives
Joshua Levy, Toronto Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Section Keynote/Conférencier invité de la section . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
History and Philosophy of Psychology / Histoire et philosophie de la psychologie
Reading Plato’S Meno as The Beginning of Learning: The Drama of the Double Square
Dale Stout, Bishop’s University
Round-Table Conversation Session “B” / . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Séance de conversation de table ronde
1- 20015 (Clinical Psychology ) Tallon, Kathleen; 2 -20009 (Counselling Psychology ) Burns, Carolyn; 3- 19661 (Developmental Psychology ) Sugden, Nicole; 4- 20979 (Section N/A) Ummel, Deborah 5- 19231 (Psychologists in Education ) Andrews, Jac; 6- 20839 (Psychologists in Education ) Zwiers, Michael; 7- 20417 (Teaching of Psychology) Jhangiani, Rajiv
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM
Industrial and Organizational Psychology / Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle
François Chiocchio, Université de Montréal
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM
(Head Docs) Alphée des étoiles
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion d’affaires . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Publications Committee Meeting
John Meyer, Western University
CPA Donald O. Hebb Award/Prix Donald O.Hebb . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM
The Evolution of Evidence-Based Practice: Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy for Depression as a Case Study
Keith Dobson, University of Calgary
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 204B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Sport and Exercise Psychology / Psychologie Du Sport Et De L’Exercice
Stéphane Perreault, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Conférencier invité de la SCP et de la section
Brain and Cognitive Science/Cerveau et science cognitive
Fifty Shades of Control: Adventures in the Frontal Lobes
Donald Stuss, University of Toronto
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Catherine Classen, University of Toronto
Round-Table Conversation Session “C” / . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Séance de conversation de table ronde
1- 20103 (Community Psychology ) Sankar, Janani; 2- 20843 (Counselling Psychology ) Dixon, Sandra; 3- 19449 (Counselling Psychology )
Thannhauser, Jennifer; 4- 19326 (Extremism and Terrorism) McLellan, Lianne; 5- 19411 (History and Philosophy of Psychology ) Walsh,
Richard; 6- 20361 (Psychologists in Education ) Drefs, Michelle; 7- 20938 (Psychologists in Hospitals and Health Centres) Mothersill,
Kerry; 8- 20095 (Students in Psychology) Mallya, Sasha
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Workshop / Atelier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30 PM to 4:55 PM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie clinique
Joint CPA/CCPPP Internship Fair Preparing for Your Predoctoral Internship and what Training Directors Really Look for.. Rupal Bonli, Saskatoon
Health Region ; Christophe Surette, University of Moncton ; Natasha Whitfield, York University ; Robin Adkins, Edmonton Internship Consortium
Digital Poster”E”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Criminal Justice Psychology / Psychologie Et Justice Pénale ; Social and Personality / Psychologie Sociale Et De La Personnalité
Poster Session “E”/ Présentation par affichage . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Criminal Justice Psychology / Psychologie et justice pénale; Social and personality / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychology / Psychologie psychoanalytique et psychodynamique
Heather MacIntosh, School of Social Work, McGill University
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Clinical Neuropsychology / Neuropsychologie Clinique
R Longman, Alberta Health Services
Section Keynote/Conférencière invitée de la section . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Social Bonds, Emotion Regulation and Health Through the Life Span
Marylene Cloitre, National Center for PTSD
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Health Psychology / Psychologie de la santé
Tavis Campbell, University of Calgary
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
(Head Docs) Boy Interrupted (2009)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Quantitative Methods/Méthodes quantitatives
Donald Sharpe, University of Regina
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychology / Psychologie psychoanalytique et psychodynamique
Heather MacIntosh, School of Social Work, McGill University
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Clinical Neuropsychology / Neuropsychologie clinique
R Longman, Alberta Health Services
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Catherine Classen, University of Toronto
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
“Advancing Children’ Well-Being is More than Just Science: It Takes a Champion. Honouring Dr. Bea Wickett
Timothy Hogan ; Donald Saklofske, University of Western Ontario ; Alan Leschied, University of Western Ontario
Reception/Réception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Health Psychology / Psychologie de la santé
Tavis Campbell, University of Calgary
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Psychology and Religion / Psychologie et religion
Annual General Meeting / Assemblée Générale Annuelle . . . . . . 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . 5:00 PM to 6:55 PM
Karen Cohen, CEO, Canadian Psychological Association
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SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2013 / SAMEDI 15 JUIN 2013
Committee Business Meeting/ Réunion d’affaires . . . . . 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE . . . . 7:00 AM to 7:55 AM
Public Policy Committee Meeting
Wendy Josephson, University of Winnipeg
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion d’affaires . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Past President’s Breakfast Meeting
David Dozois, University of Western Ontario
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion d’affaires . . . . . 2104B – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM
Task Force on the Future of Publicly Funded Psychology Services in Canada
Lorne Sexton, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
The Family of Psychology Keynote Address/ . . . . . . . . 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM to 9:55 AM
Conférence “La Famille de la Psychologie”
Getting The Most for Your Money: The Hedonic Return on Experiential and Material Purchases
Thomas Gilovich, Cornell University
Poster Session “F” / Présentation Par Affichage . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie Clinique
Digital Poster”F”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie Clinique
Committee Meeting/Réunion d’affaires . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE10:00 AM to 11:25 AM
Education & Training
CPA Award for Distinguished Contributions . . . . . . . . 203 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM
to Psychology as a Profession/Prix professionnel
Forensic Psychology in Canada: A Century after Münsterberg
Thomas Dalby
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . 204A – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM
Psychologists and Retirement/Psychologues et la retraite
Juanita Mureika
Workshop / Atelier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 12:55 PM
Accreditation Site Visitor Workshop
Presentation/Présentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000D – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM
(Head Docs) Happy (2011)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
CPA Invited Speaker/Conférencière invitée de la SCP 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Clinical Psychology / Psychologie clinique
Psychothérapie et autres activités réservées par La Loi Québécoise (Simultaneous Interpretation Available / Traduction simultanée disponible)
Rose-Marie Charest, Présidente de l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec
Digital Poster “G”/Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Social and Personality / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Poster Session “G” / Présentation Par Affichage . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM
Social and Personality / Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
Workshop / Atelier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 PM to 3:55 PM
Atelier de formation pour devenir visiteurs d’installation
Section Annual Meeting/Réunion annuelle . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM
Teaching of Psychology/Enseignement de la psychologie
Nicholas Skinner, King’s University College
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Digital Poster “H” /Affichage numérique . . . . . . . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Health Psychology / Psychologie de la santé ; Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Poster Session “H” / Présentation Par Affichage . . . . . 200AB – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Addiction Psychology / Psychologie de la dépendance ; Health Psychology / Psychologie de la santé ; Psychoanalttic and psychodynamic /
Psychoanalytique et psychodynamique ; Psychologists In Hospitals and Health Centres / Psychologue En milieu hospitalier et en centres de
santé ; Psychology in the Military / Psychologie du milieu militaire ; Traumatic Stress / Stress traumatique
Committee Business Meeting/Réunion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201C – QUÉBEC CITY CONV. CENTRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM
Ethics Committee Meeting
Carole Sinclair
SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013 / DIMANCHE 16 JUIN 2013
CPA Board of Directors Meeting / Réunion . . . . . . . . . PLAINES – 23RD FLOOR - HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Karen Cohen, Canadian Psychological Association
Practice Directorate Meeting / Réunion . . . COURVILLE/MONTMORENCY - HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . . . . . 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrea Piotrowski, PsycHealth Centre
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013 / LUNDI 17 JUIN 2013
Practice Directorate Meeting / Réunion . . . . COURVILLE/MONTMORENCY – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL . . . 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrea Piotrowski, PsycHealth Centre
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PRE-CONVENTION WORKSHOP
REGISTRATION ONLY
INSCRIPTIONS AUX ATELIERS
PRÉCONGRÈS SEULEMENT
Québec City Convention Centre
Québec, Québec
Québec City Convention Centre
Québec (Québec)
Pre-convention workshop participants may pick up
their registration kits on the 2nd floor of the
Québec City Convention Centre.
Les participants pour les ateliers précongrès peuvent obtenir
leurs trousses au comptoir d’inscription au
2e étages du centre des congrès de Québec.
Registration area will remain open for
Pre-convention participants only from:
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Les heures d’inscription pour les participants
du précongrès seulement sont les suivantes:
mardi 11 juin 2013
19 h à 21 h
mercredi 12 juin 2013
7 h 30 à 9 h
CONVENTION REGISTRATION
Quebec City Convention Centre
INSCRIPTION AU CONGRÈS
Centre des congrès de Québec
Registration for participants, exhibitors and companions will
be located on 2nd of the Quebec City Convention Centre.
L’inscription des participants, des exposants et des personnes
qui les accompagnent se déroulera au
2e étages du centre des congrès de Québec.
Registration area will remain open from:
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Friday, June 14, 2013
Saturday, June 15, 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Les heures d’inscription sont les suivantes:
mercredi 12 juin 2013
jeudi 13 juin 2013
vendredi 14 juin 2013
samedi 15 juin 2013
18 h à 20 h
8 h à 17 h
7 h 30 à 16 h 30
7 h 30 à 14 h
NAME BADGES
INSIGNES D’IDENTIFICATION
Convention participants must wear and display their name
badges at all times during the convention.
They are not transferable under any circumstances.
Les participants doivent porter en tout temps leur insigne
d’identification. Elles ne sont pas transférables.
Lost badges will be replaced for a fee of $10.00
Les insignes d’identification perdues
seront remplacées au coût de 10 $.
SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION
TRADUCTION SIMULTANÉE
Simultaneous interpretation will be available during the
plenary sessions and French presentation in room 200C.
EXHIBITOR SHOW DATE & TIME
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Friday, June 14, 2013
Saturday, June 15, 2013
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
12:30 PM – 5:00 PM
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
A special thanks to all of the exhibitors
and sponsors for their support
Le service de traduction simultanée sera disponible
pendant les sessions plénières et aussi les sessions
qui sont présentés en français dans la salle 200C.
DATES ET HEURES DES EXPOSITIONS
jeudi 13 juin 2013
vendredi 14 juin 2013
samedi 15 juin 2013
11 h à 18 h
12 h 30 à 17 h
10 h à 17 h
Nos sincères remerciements à tous les exposants
et les commanditaires pour leur appui.
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITÉS SOCIALES
FIRST TIME PRESENTERS BREAKFAST
PETIT-DÉJEUNER À L’INTENTION
DES CONFÉRENCIERS QUI PRÉSENTENT
LEUR PREMIÈRE COMMUNICATION
Thursday, June 13, 2013
7:30 AM TO 8:25 AM
jeudi 13 juin 2013
7 h 30 à 8 h 25
Hilton Québec Hotel
Hôtel Hilton Québec
C’est la façon qu’a trouvée la SCP pour accueillir
les nouveaux conférenciers, pour la plupart des
étudiants et pour les remercier d’avoir choisi le
congrès de la SCP pour présenter leurs travaux.
PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION
RÉCEPTION PRÉSIDENTIELLE
(All welcome)
Thursday, June 13, 2013
6:00 PM TO 8:00 PM
(Bienvenue à tous et à toutes)
jeudi 13 juin 2013
18 h - 20 h
Hotel Hilton Québec
Hôtel Hilton Québec
CPA FUN RUN / WALK
COURSE / MARCHE POUR LE PLAISIR
Friday, June 14, 2013,
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
vendredi le 14 juin 2013
7hà8h
Come start your morning with an invigorating run,
jog or brisk walk. Join your fellow members for
CPA’s annual “fun run” at 7am in the Hilton Québec Hotel
All proceeds raised during this year’s run will
go to Fondation Marie-Ève-Saulnier.
Quoi de mieux pour débuter la journée qu’une course ou une
petite séance de jogging ou de marche rapide. Joignez-vous à
vos confrères et consœurs de la SCP pour la « course pour le
plaisir » annuelle qui se rencontreront à 7 h dans le lobby de
l’hôtel Hilton Québec. Tous les produits de l’événement sont
versés au Fondation Marie-Ève-Saulnier.
SOCIAL EVENT
ACTIVITE SOCIALE
Springtime at the Sugar Shack
(Ticket holders only)
Friday, June 14, 2013
Meet in the Hilton Québec Hotel Lobby
at 7:30pm to be transported to the Sugar Shack.
Le printemps à la cabane à sucre
(Détenteurs de billet seulement)
vendredi 14 juin 2013
Rencontre dans le lobby de
l’hôtel Hilton Québec à 19h30 pour le transport.
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It is CPA’s way of welcoming first-timers,
many of whom are students, and to thank
them for making CPA their convention
of choice to present their work
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2013 EXHIBITORS - EXPOSANTS 2013
Booth # 1 / Stand #1
Caversham Booksellers
98 Harbord Street
Toronto, ON M5S 2G6
Tel: 416-944-0962
www.cavershambooksellers.com
Booth # 7 / Stand # 7
University of Manitoba
Clinical Health Psychology
PZ 350-771 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3N4
Tel: 204-787-3271
www.umanitoba.ca
Booth # 13 / Stand # 13
American Psychological Association
750 First Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Tel: 202-336-5570
www.apa.org
Booth # 2 / Stand # 2
Canadian Institute for Military and
Veteran Health Research
18 Stuart Street
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Tel: 613-533-3329
www.cimvhr.ca
Booth # 8 / Stand # 8
Correctional Services Canada
Mental Health Branch
340 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON K1A 0P9
Tel: 613-947-1477
www.csc-scc.gc.ca
Booth # 14 / Stand # 14
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Suite 600, 100 Sparks Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5B7
Tel: 613.683.3755
www.mentalhealthcommission.ca
Booth # 3 / Stand # 3
John Wiley and Sons
5353 Dundas Street West
Suite 400
Etobicoke, Ontario, M9B 6H8
Tel: 416-646-4581
www.wiley.ca
Booth # 9 / Stand # 9
Alcoholics Anonymous
475 Riverside Drive, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10115
Tel: 212-870-3400
http://www.aa.org
Booth # 15 / Stand # 15
Pearson Clinical Assessment
55 Horner Avenue
Toronto, ON M8Z 4X6
Tel: 416-644-2151
www.pearsonassess.ca
Booth # 4 / Stand # 4
Scotiabank
44 King Street West
10th Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 1H1
Tel: 416-775-0769
www.scotiabank.com
Booth # 10 / Stand # 10
Nelson Education Ltd.
1120 Birchmount Road
Toronto, ON M1K 5G4
Tel: 416-752-9100
www.nelson.com
Booth # 16 / Stand # 16
McGraw-Hill Ryerson
300 Water Street
Whitby, ON L1N 9B6
Tel: 905-430-5078
www.mcgrawhill.ca
Booth # 5 / Stand # 5
Psychological Assessment Resources
16204 N. Florida Ave
Lutz, Florida
Tel: 1-800-331-8378
http://www4.parinc.com
Booth # 11 / Stand # 11
Multi Health Systems Inc.
3770 Victoria Park Ave.
Toronto, ON M2H 3M6
Tel: 416-492-2627
www.mhs.com
Booth # 17 / Stand # 17
Biopac Systems Canada Inc.
PO Box 8 Station Ahuntsic
Montreal, QC H3L 3A8
Tel: 450-621-4782
www.biopac.com
Booth # 6 / Stand # 6
Personal Insurance Company
3 Robert Speck Parkway, 10th floor
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3Z9
Tel: 905-306-5252
www.thepersonal.com
Booth # 12 / Stand # 12
McFarlan Rowlands
Insurance Brokers Inc.
380 York Street
London, ON N5X 3W9
Tel: 519-679-5440
www.mcfarlanrowlands.com
Booth # 19 / Stand # 19
Pearson Canada
26 Prince Andrew Place
Don Mills, ON M3C 2T8
Tel: 416-386-3494
www.pearsoncanada.ca
See floor plan on page xvi
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THURSDAY / JEUDI
2013-06-13 – 7:30 AM to 8:25 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 25 - VILLERAY/DE TOURNY – HILTON QUÉBEC HOTEL
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
FIRST TIME PRESENTERS BREAKFAST (By Invitation Only)/
PETIT-DÉJEUNER À L’INTENTION DES CONFÉRENCIERS QUI
PRÉSENTENT LEUR PREMIÈRE COMMUNICATION (Seulement sur invitation)
2013-06-13 – 8:45 AM to 9:55 AM – 8 h 45 à 9 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
WELCOMING CEREMONY - HONORING OUR BEST /CÉRÉMONIE DE BIENVENUE HOMMAGE AU MÉRITE (Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
2013-06-13 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
CPA Presidential
Address/Allocution
présidentielle
“SUPPORTING CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGY: ADVOCACY REQUIRED!”
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Jennifer Frain, CPA President
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘A’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
Community Psychology/Psychologie communautaire; Counselling Psychology/Psychologie du counseling;
Industrial and Organizational Psychology/Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle
#1
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
CONTINUITY OF CARE IN CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH: DEVELOPMENT OF
A PARENT AND YOUTH MEASURE
Juliana Tobon, Western University; Graham J. Reid, Western University; Richard Goffin,
Western University
#2
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
RESPONDING TO THE UNIQUE COUNSELLING NEEDS OF DIFFERENT STUDENT
POPULATIONS
Sharon L. Cairns, University of Calgary; Sander C Deeth, University of Calgary; Helen F.
Massfeller, University of Calgary
#3
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MALE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXPERIENCES OF SUCCESS
Ali Dohadwala, University of Victoria; Natalee E Popadiuk, University of Victoria
#4
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
INTIMACY IN THE PEER RELATIONSHIP OF YOUNG ADULTS
Ma Zhu, University of British Columbia; Emily Polak, University of British Columbia;
Richard A. Young, University of British Columbia; Sheila K. Marshall, University of British Columbia
#5
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CHILDREN’S CONCEPTIONS OF PRIDE
Michael L Zwiers, University of Calgary
#6
Industrial and Organizational
Psychology/Psychologie
industrielle et
organisationnelle
SOURCES OF TEACHER EFFICACY: A VALIDATION STUDY IN FRENCH
COLLEGE TEACHERS
Louise Clément, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Claude Fernet, Université du Québec
à Trois-Rivières
#7
Industrial and Organizational
Psychology/Psychologie
industrielle et
organisationnelle
LEADING BY EXAMPLE: THE ROLE OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP IN FOSTERING
SELFLESS ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIORS DESPITE STRESS
AND POLITICS AT WORK
Magda Donia, University of Ottawa; Usman Raja, Brock University; Alexandra Panaccio,
Concordia University
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#8
Industrial and Organizational
Psychology/Psychologie
industrielle et organisationnelle
ATTRACTION TO ORGANIZATIONS AND THE HEXACO PERSONALITY MODEL
Eden-Raye A Lukacik, University of Calgary; Joshua Bourdage, University of Western
Ontario; Kibeom Lee, University of Calgary
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Poster/Affiche
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
POSTER SESSION “A”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Community Psychology/Psychologie communautaire; Counselling Psychology/Psychologie du counseling; Environmental
Psychology/Psychologie de l’environnement; Industrial and Organizational Psychology/Psychologie industrielle et organisationnelle
#1
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
VOICES OF THE COMMUNITY: PERCEPTIONS OF YOUTH GANG INVOLVEMENT
AND PREVENTION STRATEGIES
Rahul Abedin, Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Sara Lewis, Kwantlen Polytechnic
University; Brooke Knowlton, Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Isabel Scheuneman Scott,
Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Stephen Dooley, Kwantlen Polytechnic University;
Roger Tweed, Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Gira Bhatt, KWANTLEN Polytechnic University
#2
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
HAPPINESS, EMPLOYMENT, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND IMMIGRANTS:
A GUELPH/WELLINGTON PORTRAIT
Susan Chuang, University of Guelph; Jessica Furtado, University of Guelph; Yathu
Thanabalasingam, University of Guelph; Vinusiya Peranandan, University of Guelph;
Alex Goss, City of Guelph
#3
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY AND THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY:
A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE ON NEO-LIBERAL IDEOLOGY,
CAPITALISM AND CORPORATE GLOBALIZATION
Rachel Fayter, Wilfrid Laurier University; Richard Walsh-Bowers, Wilfrid Laurier Univeristy
#4
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS EXAMINING NEIGHBOURHOOD SOCIAL CONTEXT IN
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Stacey Gibson, University of Ottawa; Louise Lemyre, University of Ottawa
#5
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
UNRAVELING THE ETHNIC DENSITY EFFECT IN IMMIGRANTS FROM THE
FORMER SOVIET UNION: ISSUES OF ACCULTURATION, SOCIAL SUPPORT,
AND DISCRIMINATION
Tomas Jurcik, Concordia University; Esther Yakobov, Concordia University; Liza
Solopieieva-Jurcikova, Concordia University; Rana Ahmed, Concordia University; Momoka
Sunohara, McGill University; Sarah Saïd, Concordia University; Andrew G. Ryder,
Concordia University
#6
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
TRAINING POLICE OFFICERS IN REALISTIC PSYCHIATRIC SCENARIOS
CHANGES BEHAVIOUR POSITIVELY
Yasmeen Krameddine, University of Alberta
#7
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
EVALUATION OF A STUDENT-DRIVEN MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY AND
ADVOCACY INITIATIVE: THE “FINDING YOUR WAY” PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Janani S Sankar, University of Western Ontario
#8
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
IMMIGRATION LITERATURE AND THE MISREPRESENTATION OF BISEXUALITY
Megan Suehn, The University of British Columbia
#9
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
THE ADAPTATION OF A SELF-REPORTED WALKABILITY INSTRUMENT FOR
USE IN CANADA
Trista Takacs, University of Ottawa; Elizabeth Kristjansson, University of Ottawa; Sean
Pearce, University of Ottawa
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#11
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
GENDERED RESEARCH IN COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY IN CANADIAN
JOURNALS
Robinder Bedi, Western Washington University; Courtney N Young, Western Washington
University; Jaleh A Davari, Western Washington University; Hilary A Nicol, Western Washington
University
#12
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MEASUREMENT OF BLACK RACIAL IDENTITY - WHOSE MEASUREMENT MODEL
IS BEST - HELMS OR CROSS
Chris Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University; Jay Wade, Fordham University
#13
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
RELATIONAL DYNAMICS IN COUPLES FOLLOWING THE LOSS OF A CHILD
Erin Buhr, Trinity Western University; Derrick Klaassen, Trinity Western University
#14
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
“NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US!”: YOUTH-LED SOLUTIONS TO INCREASE
HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION RATES
Fred Chou, Trinity Western University; Janelle Kwee, Trinity Western University; Robert
Lees, British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development
#15
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SELF-FORGIVENESS OR FORGIVENESS FROM OTHERS: A CHICKEN AND EGG STORY?
Tyler Coady, University of Prince Edward Island; Stacey L MacKinnon, University of Prince
Edward Island
#16
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MULTICULTURAL COUNSELLING COMPETENCIES WITH IMMIGRANT YOUTH: AN
EXAMINATION OF PRELIMINARY FINDINGS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR
CULTURALLY SENSITIVE COUNSELLING PRACTICES
Julie Cohen, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education,
University of British Co; Negin M Naraghi, Department of Educational and Counselling
Psychology and Special Education, University of British Co; Anusha Kassan, Department
of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education, University of British Co
#17
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
FROM SELF-LOATHING TO SELF-KINDNESS: SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS’
EXPERIENCES OF SELF-COMPASSION
Janice M Dicks, University of Alberta; K. Jessica Van Vliet, University of Alberta
#18
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
GOING BEYOND RESILIENCE: LEARNING TO THRIVE OVER THE COURSE OF
FOUR YEARS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDY
Olivia Dolphin, University of Prince Edward Island; Stacey L MacKinnon, University of
Prince Edward Island
#19
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SCHOOL STRESS AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY: HOW ARE THEY
RELATED DURING THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION TO HIGH SCHOOL?
Amelia Dowell, McGill University
#20
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EFT: RELATIONSHIP SATISFACTION, ATTACHMENT SECURITY, AND SEXUAL
SATISFACTION
Cass G Elliott, University of Ottawa; Stephanie Weibe, University of Ottawa; Sue Johnson,
University of Ottawa; International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT)
#21
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
AMBIGUOUS LOSS: A CONFUSING EXPERIENCE FOR ADOLESCENTS LIVING
WITH A PARENT WITH AN ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
E. Aiofe Freeman, University of Calgary; Sharon E. Robertson, University of Calgary
#22
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ADOLESCENTS EXPERIENCE POSITIVE CHANGES IN DISTRESS,
CONFIDENCE, AND CLARITY AFTER SINGLE-SESSION ON-DEMAND CHAT
COUNSELLING WITH KIDS HELP PHONE
Dilys Haner, York University; Tina Wilson, Kids Help Phone
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#23
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MIXED METHODS RESEARCH IN CANADIAN COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY
JOURNALS: A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE
William E. Hanson, Ph.D., University of Alberta
#24
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
TECHNIQUES EVERY CHILD THERAPIST SHOULD KNOW
Amy Koble, University of Alberta
#25
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CLARITY OF SELF AND CAREER DECISION-MAKING DIFFICULTIES AMONG
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Jeffrey R Landine, University of New Brunswick; Sariné Willis-O’Connor, University of New
Brunswick; Heather J Libbey, University of New Brunswick; Joseph B Mihaljevich, University
of New Brunswick
#26
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
PSYCHOLOGISTS’ EXPERIENCES OF HOPE IN-SESSION
Denise Larsen, University of Alberta; Rachel Stege, Hope Foundation of Alberta; Keri
Flesaker, University of Alberta
#27
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CLIENT HOPE IN EARLY PSYCHOTHERAPY SESSION
Denise Larsen, University of Alberta; Rachel Stege, Hope Foundation of Alberta
#28
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
WORKING WITH UNSHARED HOPE IN THE PSYCHOTHERAPY SESSION: A
QUALITATIVE STUDY
Denise Larsen, University of Alberta; Rachel Stege, Hope Foundation of Alberta; Joan
Ewasiw, University of Alberta; Rachel King, University of Alberta
#29
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
WHAT MAKES COUNSELLING HELPFUL? EAST AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN
PERSPECTIVE
Lai Kwan Shirley Lo, University of Calgary
#30
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EVALUATION OF A MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION GROUP
THERAPY PROGRAM FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Nikki V Lubemsky, University of Alberta
#31
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
A WORKSHOP TO CHALLENGE AGEISM AMONG PSYCHOLOGISTS
Caleb L Meller, University of Alberta
#32
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MENTORING MALE TRANSITIONING FOSTER YOUTH
David Mykota, University of Saskatchewan; Miranda Remple, University of Saskatchewan
#33
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CRISIS MANAGEMENT SERVICES: CLIENT PERSPECTIVES
David Mykota, University of Saskatchewan; Terra Quaife, University of Saskatchewan;
Laurissa Fauchoux, University of Saskatchewan; James Popham, University of Saskatchewan;
Isobel M Findlay, University of Saskatchewan
#34
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH... IT MAY INCREASE ANXIETY
Brigitte Neufeld, University of Winnipeg; Kristy Miyanishi, University of Winnipeg
#35
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
INTERSECTION OF CULTURE, CAREER, AND CONTEXT: EXPLORING THE
COUNSELING FOR WORK AND RELATIONSHIP MODEL WITH ABORIGINAL PEOPLES
Danika M Overmars, University of British Columbia
#36
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
HELPFUL AND HARMFUL FACTORS IN RECOVERY FROM ANOREXIA NERVOSA:
RECOVERING AND RECOVERED WOMEN SPEAK OUT
Nicol Patricny, The University of Alberta; Michelle Smith, University of Alberta; William
Whelton, University of Alberta
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THE POSITIVE COPING EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN WITH BULIMIA
Kathryn F Poirier, University of Alberta; Dr. Jessica Van Vliet, University of Alberta Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
#38
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT STRENGTHS AND SUCCESSES
Natalee E Popadiuk, University of Victoria
#39
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
POSITIVE PARENTAL BEHAVIORS AND ADOLESCENTS’ VOCATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT: A SELF-DETERMINATION ANALYSIS
Catherine F Ratelle, Université Laval; Stéphane Duchesne, Université Laval; Frédéric Guay,
Université Laval
#40
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SIBLING BEREAVEMENT IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD IN WOMEN
Sharon Robertson, University of Calgary; Susann Laverty, University of Calgary; Mirjam T.
Knapik, Mount Royal University
#41
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MINDFUL SELF-CARE PRACTICE IN PSYCHOTHERAPISTS
Jenny Rowett, University of New Brunswick; José F. Domene, University of New Brunswick
#42
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT: COMPARISON OF STUDENT
UTILIZATION AND PROBLEM PRESENTATION RATES WITH
STUDENT-IDENTIFIED MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS
Alix Shriner, University of Calgary; Katerina Renny, University of Calgary; Theresa
Jubenville, University of Calgary
#43
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CONVERSATIONS ABOUT SUICIDE WITH YOUTH ONLINE: BUILDING RAPPORT
IN THE ABSENCE OF VOICE TONE
Maria Timm, UBC; Richard Young, UBC
#44
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ASSESSING AN ONLINE PARENT-ADOLESCENT COMMUNICATION
INTERVENTION: USABILITY AND INTERNET PREFERENCES
Elaine Toombs, Dalhousie University; Anita Unruh, Dalhousie University; Patrick McGrath,
IWK Health Center
#45
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF MBSR ON
SELF-RELATING IN YOUTH WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS
K Jessica Van Vliet, University of Alberta; Allison J. Foskett, University of Alberta;
Sunita Vohra, University of Alberta; Anthony Singhal, University of Alberta; Florin Dolcos,
Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
#46
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
PROMOTING PERSONAL - PROFESSIONAL VALUE CONGRUENCE THROUGH
REFLECTIVE PRACTICE
Holly Whyte, University of Alberta; Derek Truscott, University of Alberta
#47
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ADOLESCENTS USING ON-DEMAND, SINGLE-SESSION, ANONYMOUS
TELEPHONE COUNSELLING REPORT AWARENESS OF PERSONAL STRENGTHS
AND PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS, AND REDUCED DISTRESS AFTER
COUNSELLING
Tina Wilson, Kids Help Phone; Dilys Haner, York University
#48
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
EFFECT OF EXPOSURE TO NATURE AND STRESS ON DIASTOLIC AND
SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE, AS MODERATED BY THE PERSONALITY TRAIT
OF OPENNESS
Maxine R Crawford, UBC; Mark D Holder, UBC
#49
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
FACING UP TO UNWANTED TRUTHS: EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT THEIR
PERSONAL CAUSAL ROLE IN CLIMATE CHANGE CAN BACKFIRE
Monica El Gamal, Wilfrid Laurier University; Anne Wilson, Wilfrid Laurier University
THURSDAY / JEUDI
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Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
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#50
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
ENCOURAGING PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR: THE INFLUENCE OF GOAL
FRAME AND SELF-DETERMINED MOTIVATION
Tricia Lawrie, University of Regina; Katherine Arbuthnott, Campion College at University
of Regina
#51
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
DOES SELF-EFFICACY MEDITATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPATIAL
DISTANCE, ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN, AND NATURE RELATEDNESS?
Stephanie Pineau, Carleton University; John Zelenski, Carleton University
#52
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
PROMOTING REUSABLE COFFEE MUG USE THROUGH MESSAGE FRAMING: THE
LUG-A-MUG STUDY
Mihnea Voloaca, University of Ottawa; Veronika Huta, University of Ottawa; Luc G
Pelletier, University of Ottawa; Nicole N Aitken, University of Ottawa
#53
Industrial and Organizational
Psychology/Psychologie
industrielle et organisationnelle
LE RÔLE DU SUPERVISEUR DANS LE TRANSFERT DES APPRENTISSAGES :
MIEUX COMPRENDRE POUR AGIR
Dorra Annabi, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Martin Lauzier, Université du Québec en
Outaouais
#54
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologieindustrielle et
organisationnelle
HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE AN EMPLOYEE SCORNED: AN INVESTIGATION OF
NEGATIVE EXCHANGE IDEOLOGY
Zoë Arthurson-McColl, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary; Genevieve Hoffart,
Department of Psychology, University of Calgary; Tom O’Neill, University of Calgary; Stephanie
E Hastings, Alberta Health Services
#55
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EMPATHY AND WORK-RELATED STRESS IN A CANADIAN SAMPLE OF CHILD
AND YOUTH CARE COUNSELLORS
Sean Barford, University of Alberta
#56
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LA CONTAGION DES ÉMOTIONS ENTRE PROFESSEURS ET ÉTUDIANTS AUX
ÉTUDES AVANCÉES
Marjolaine Beaudry, Université du Québec à Montréal; Julie Ménard, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Francis Beaudoin, Université du Québec à Montréal
#57
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
CAPTURING JOB CONTROL, AUTONOMY, AND STRAIN: REVISIONS AND
VALIDATIONS OF SHORT MEASURES
Katharine M Berlinguette, Saint Mary’s University; Joseph A Carpini, Saint Mary’s
University; Lenora Collins, Saint Mary’s University; Dylan Smibert, Saint Mary’s University; Arla
Day, Saint Mary’s University
#58
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
“SIMILAR-TO-ME” EFFECT: RATER-RATEE SIMILARITY IN LEADERSHIP RATINGS
Cheryl Boglarsky, Human Synergistics, Inc.
#59
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
AN EXAMINATION OF THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY FACTORS AS
PREDICTORS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS TEAMWORK
Nicholas Bremner, University of Western Ontario; Hayden Woodley, University of Western
Ontario
#60
Industrial and Organizational
Psychology/Psychologie
industrielle et organisationnelle
LA COMPÉTENCE EN EMPLOI ET LA SANTÉ PSYCHOLOGIQUE AU TRAVAIL
CHEZ LES DIRECTEURS D’ÉTABLISSEMENTS SCOLAIRES
Laura Bergeron-Bonnelly, Université de Montréal
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THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE AGE ON THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL
INJUSTICE
Justin Brienza, University of Waterloo; Ramona Bobocel, University of Waterloo
#62
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
A LONGITUDINAL FIELD STUDY OF EMOTIONAL LABOUR IN SERVICE
ENCOUNTERS: THE MODERATING ROLE OF INTRA- VS. INTERCULTURAL
SERVICE CONTEXT
Pylin Chuapetcharasopon, University of Waterloo; Wendi Adair, University of Waterloo;
James W. Beck, University of Waterloo
#63
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
COMPARING TELEWORKERS AND NON-TELEWORKERS ON THE NATURE OF
EXPERIENCE, THE PERCEIVED SUPPORT AND THE JOB’S OUTCOMES
Mireille Demers, University of Nottingham; Phil Leather, University of Nottingham
#64
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS FOR SELECTION PURPOSES:LESSONS TO BE DRAWN
FROM QUEBEC STATUTES AND CASE LAW
Pascale L Denis, Université du Québec à Montréal; Sophie Asselin, Université de Montréal;
Paré Frédéric, Université du Québec à Montréal
#65
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
VALIDATION D’UNE MESURE DE LA MÉSADAPTATION AU TRAVAIL
Jean-Christophe Durand, Université de Montréal; Dominic Lapointe, Université de Montréal;
Mathieu Forget, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal; Luc Brunet,
Université de Montréal
#66
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
WORK-FAMILY GUILT: THE ROLE OF OVERLOAD AND CONTROL
Grace Ewles, University of guelph; Karen Korabik, University Of Guelph; Donna S. Lero,
University of Guelph
#67
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILY SUPPORT ON WORKERS’ DAILY NEED FOR
RECOVERY: A DIARY STUDY
Annie Foucreault, Université du Québec à Montréal; Julie Ménard, Université du Québec à
Montréal
#68
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LES LIENS ENTRE LE CLIMAT DE TRAVAIL ET LA SANTÉ PSYCHOLOGIQUE
AU TRAVAIL EN REGARD DES COMPORTEMENTS DE CITOYENNETÉ
ORGANISATIONNEL
Ève Fournier, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal
#69
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
DÉFIS ET OPPORTUNITÉS DE LA COLLABORATION
INTER-ORGANISATIONNELLE
Myriam Gagnon, Université d’Ottawa; Louise Lemyre, Université d’Ottawa; Stephanie
Blust-Volpato, Université d’Ottawa
#70
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
MEASURING DECISION-MAKING STYLE AMONGST FRENCH-SPEAKING
POPULATIONS: TRANSLATION AND VALIDATION OF THE GENERAL DECISION
MAKING STYLE QUESTIONNAIRE
Annie Girard, University of Ottawa; Silvia Bonaccio, Telfer School of Management,
University of Ottawa
THURSDAY / JEUDI
#61
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
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#71
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LE SOUTIEN DU SUPERVISEUR EN CONTEXTE D’ÉVALUATION DU POTENTIEL :
QUELS SONT SES IMPACTS?
Véronique Goyette, Université de Montréal; Marie Malo, Université de Montréal; Isabelle
Tremblay, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal
#72
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE ROLE OF THE RESILIENCY PROCESS IN CANADIAN IMMIGRANTS’
SEARCH FOR EMPLOYMENT
Aaron J. Halliday, The University of Western Ontario; Kelly L. Kisinger, The University of
Western Ontario; Matt McLarnon, The University of Western Ontario; Mitch Rothstein, The
University of Western Ontario
#73
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE INTERACTIVE ROLES OF SELF-CONTROL AND MOTIVATION IN
WORKPLACE RETALIATION: THE CASE OF SUPERVISOR-DIRECTED DEVIANCE
Samuel Hanig, University of Waterloo
#74
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ADVERSE IMPACT AND COGNITIVE ABILITY: ASSESSING MULTIPLE
APPROACHES WITH CANADIAN DATA
Peter Hausdorf, University Of Guelph; Amanda Deacon, University of Guelph
#75
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EFFECTS OF BENEVOLENT AND HOSTILE SEXISM ON GENDER DIVERSITY
PROMOTION THROUGH EMPLOYMENT EQUITY POLICIES
Ivona Hideg, Wilfrid Laurier University, School of Business & Economics; Lance Ferris, The
Pennsylvania State University; Teodora Makaji, Wilfrid Laurier University; Melanie McDougall,
Wilfrid Laurier University; James A Siklos-Whillans, Wilfrid Laurier University
#76
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LEADERSHIP LAISSEZ-FAIRE : QU’EN EST-IL DE LA QUALITÉ DES
RELATIONS DE TRAVAIL?
Lysa-Marie Hontoy, Université de Montréal; Julie-Élaine Phaneuf, Université de Montréal
#77
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
COPING EXPERIENCES OF 911 COMMUNICATION WORKERS
Sarah G Horsford, The University of Western Ontario
#78
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EMOTIONAL LABOUR: WHO MAKES THE RULES?
Joanna Kraft, University of Windsor; Catherine T Kwantes, University of Windsor; Amirreza
Talaei, University of Windsor
#79
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE MODERATING ROLE OF VALUE CONGRUENCE IN THE RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND THRIVING AT WORK
Denis Lajoie, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal;
Julie-Élaine Phaneuf, Université de montréal
#80
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND INDIVIDUAL
PERFORMANCE: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Jean-Simon Leclerc, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de
Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal
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PREDICTING TEAM CONFLICT WITH THE FIVE-FACTOR PERSONALITY MODEL
Helen H. Lee, Western University; Hayden J.R. Woodley, Western University; Natalie J.
Allen, Western University; Thomas A. O’Neill, University of Calgary
#82
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
VALIDITÉ CONVERGENTE DES 5 CINQ FACTEURS DE LA PERSONNALITÉ :
TACT ET JPI
Philippe Longpré, Université de Montréal; Stéphanie Mélançon, Université du Québec en
Outaouais; Sabrina Poirier, Université du Québec en Outaouais
#83
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
REVISITING ATTRACTIVENESS STEREOTYPES IN PERSONNEL SELECTION: A
TEST OF THE MEDITATIONAL PROCESSES IN HIRING DECISIONS OF
MIDDLE-LEVEL MANAGERS
Aleka MacLellan, Saint Mary’s University; Samantha Penney, Saint Mary’s University
#84
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ENTREPRENEURIAL PERSONALITY: THE ROLE OF NARCISSISM
Cynthia Mathieu, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Étienne St-Jean, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières
#85
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ARE ALL OF OUR JOB ATTITUDES NECESSARY? EVIDENCE FROM
META-ANALYSES AND RELATIVE IMPORTANCE ANALYSES
Matthew J. W. McLarnon, University of Western Ontario
#86
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF WORKPLACE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Christin Moeller, University of Windsor
#87
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
TESTING A CAUSAL MODEL OF JOB INSECURITY AND JOB SATISFACTION:
DO DISPOSITIONS MATTER?
Patrick O’Neill, Public Service Commission of Canada
#88
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
AN EXAMINATION OF THE VALIDITY OF LEADERSHIP EMERGENCE RATINGS
Tunde Ogunfowora, Brock University; Blaire Dube, Brock University; Joshua Bourdage, The
University of Western Ontario
#89
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEAM AFFECTIVE CLIMATE AND
TEAM POTENCY AND THEIR EFFECT ON TEAM PERFORMANCE
Susana Karen Paterson Linares, University of Valencia; Ana Maria Hernandez-Baeza,
University of Valencia; Vicente Gonzalez-Roma, University of Valencia
#90
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EFFECTS OF GENDER AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES ON HIRING
DECISIONS OF MIDDLE-LEVEL MANAGERS
Samantha A Penney, Saint Mary’s University; Aleka M MacLellan, Saint Mary’s University;
Lucie Kocum, Saint Mary’s University
THURSDAY / JEUDI
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Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
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#91
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EXAMINING THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF WORK-LIFE SCALES
Samantha A Penney, Saint Mary’s University; Michelle D Boutilier, Saint Mary’s University;
Aleka M MacLellan, Saint Mary’s University; Shauna L Smith, Saint Mary’s University
#92
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
L’INFLUENCE DU LEADERSHIP TRANSFORMATIONNEL ET DES EXIGENCES DE
L’EMPLOI SUR LE BIEN-ÊTRE PSYCHOLOGIQUE DES EMPLOYÉS
Julie-Elaine Phaneuf, Université de Montréal; Mathieu Guilbert, Université de Montréal
#93
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
RETALIATION TO WORKPLACE INCIVILITY
Kristina Pope, University of Guelph; Eugénie Legare-Saint-Laurent, University of Guelph;
Carl Xu, University of Guelph; Deborah M Powell, University of Guelph
#94
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EMPLOYEE RESPONSES TO ABUSIVE SUPERVISION: THE ROLE OF ENTITY
VS. INCREMENTAL MINDSET
Nea Powell, University of Waterloo; Doug Brown, University of Waterloo
#95
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ENHANCING EMPLOYMENT SERVICES FOR YOUTH WITH ASPERGER’S
DISORDER: DEVELOPMENT OF A JOB SIMULATION TASK TO ASSESS
EMPLOYMENT SKILLS
Laura Rogal-Black, Algonquin College; Heather L Poole, University of Ottawa
#96
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
INTERVIEWEE POLITICAL SKILL AS A FACTOR IN THE INACCURACY OF
INTERVIEWER PERCEPTIONS OF IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT
Leann Schneider, University of Guelph; Deborah Powell, University of Guelph
#97
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES, PRIVACY, AND SELECTION
Travis J Schneider, The University of Western Ontario; Kabir Daljeet, The University of
Western Ontario
#98
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
TOWARD A REPRESENTATIVE BUREAUCRACY: THE INFLUENCE OF
EMPLOYMENT EQUITY STATUS AND WORK VALUES ON PUBLIC SERVICE
ATTRACTION AMONG STUDENT JOB SEEKERS
Greg J. Sears, Carleton University; Eddy S.W. Ng, Dalhousie University
#99
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
PERSONALITY AND MOTIVATION TYPE AS PREDICTORS OF AFFECTIVE
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
Amirreza Talaei, University of Windsor; Catherine T Kwantes, University of Windsor
#100
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
WORKPLACE INCIVILITY: DIMENSIONALITY EFFECTS
Rima C. Tarraf, The University of Western Ontario; Joan E. Finegan, The University of
Western Ontario
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HOW DOES WORK CLIMATE INFLUENCE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB
DEMANDS AND BOTH COMPONENTS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH?
Isabelle Tremblay, Université de Montréal; Mathieu Guilbert, Université de Montréal; Marie
Malo, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal; Luc Brunet, Université de
Montréal
#102
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ON THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF NEED SATISFACTION AND NEED
FRUSTRATION ON EMPLOYEE FUNCTIONING IN THE CONTEXT OF WORKPLACE
BULLYING
Sarah-Geneviève Trépanier, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Claude Fernet,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Stéphanie Austin, Université du Québec à
Trois-Rivières
#103
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
DOES GENDER MODERATE THE EFFECT OF PERCEIVED INEQUALITY ON
GROUP PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES?
Dan van der Werf, University of Guelph; Leanne Son Hing, University of Guelph
#104
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
A MULTI-METHOD COMPARISON OF THREE MEASURES OF TEAM EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENCE
Xuhua Wei, Business School, Central South University; Department of Psychology, University
of Western Ontario; Yongmei Liu, Business School, Central South University; Natalie J. Allen,
Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario
#105
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
INVESTIGATING THE DIMENSIONALITY OF THE EQUITY SENSITIVITY
Hayden J. R. Woodley, Western University; Natalie J. Allen, Western University
#106
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
WHEN LEADERS MAKE MISTAKES: PERCEPTIONS OF LEADER COMPETENCE
AFTER SEX-TYPED ERRORS
Tatiana Zarina, University of Waterloo; Ramona Bobocel, University of Waterloo
#107
Psychology in the
Military/Psychologie du
milieu militaire
TRAINING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO OPERATIONS: FINDINGS
FROM A JOINT CIVIL-MILITARY PLANNING EXERCISE
Angela R. Febbraro, Defence R&D Canada - Toronto; Kelly A. Piasentin, Defence R&D
Canada - Toronto; Megan M. Thompson, Defence R&D Canada - Toronto; Adrienne Turnbull,
Defence R&D Canada - Centre for Operational Research and Analysis
#108
Psychology in the Military/
Psychologie du milieu militaire
DECREMENTS IN DUAL TASK PERFORMANCE: DRIVER TRAINING AND
DISPATCH COMMUNICATION
Chet Hembroff, University of Regina; Katherine Arbuthnott, University of Regina; Gregory P
Kratzig, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Depot Division
#110
Psychology in the Military/
Psychologie du milieu militaire
IMPACT OF GROUP-BASED PSYCHOTHERAPY ON SEVERE DEPRESSION IN
CANADIAN VETERANS
Jess J Owen, University of British Columbia; Stuart M Hoover, University of British
Columbia; Jenny M. Y. Ng, University of British Columbia; Erin E Davidson, University of British
Columbia; Jeffrey L Markusoff, University of British Columbia; Marvin J Westwood, University
of British Columbia; Daniel W Cox, University of British Columbia
#111
Psychology in the Military/
Psychologie du milieu militaire
TESTING ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT THEORY AMONG CANADIAN FORCES MEMBERS
Jennifer M Peach, DGMPRA; Karine J. Lavergne, University of Ottawa; Martin Yelle,
Université du Québec en Outaouais
THURSDAY / JEUDI
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Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
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#112
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
THE EFFECTS OF THE NON-COMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST
KETAMINE ON RECONSOLIDATION AND EXPRESSION OF FEAR MEMORY IN
SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS
Kristin Delcellier, University of Ottawa; Christian Cayer, Institute for Mental Health
Research; Pamela Kent, Institute for Mental Health Research; Zul Merali, Institute for Mental
Health Research
#113
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
COMPARISON OF VISUAL ANALOGUE SCALES AND VOICE RECOGNITION
TECHNOLOGY FOR EVALUATING MOOD STATES
Lucas Ogura, Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto Scarborough; Sabrina Everett, Dept.
of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Li Nan Xu, Dept. of Psychology University of
Toronto Scarborough; Wade Deamond, Graduate Program, Clinical Fielding University; Rebecca
Tzalazidis, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Gwen Kakouris, Dept. of
Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Stan Dieneka, Dept. of Psychology, University of
Toronto Scarborough; Song Ping, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; David
Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
#114
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
THE MODERATING ROLE OF CATECHOL-O-METHYL TRANSFERASE (COMT) IN
THE SLEEP OF CHILDREN WITH ADHD TREATED WITH MIXED AMPHETAMINE
SALTS (MAS) AND DEXMETHYLPHENIDATE (D-MPH)
Jose A Santisteban, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University; Mark Stein, University of
Illinois at Chicago; Reut Gruber, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University
#115
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN MOOD STATE FOLLOWING SOCIAL STRESS
PREDICT THE EFFECT OF OXYTOCIN ON SELF-PERCEIVED TRUST
Lisa Serravalle, Centre for Research in Human Development, Concordia University;
Christopher Cardoso, Centre for Research in Human Development, Concordia University;
Anne-Marie Linnen, Centre for Research in Human Development, Concordia University;
Mark A. Ellenbogen, Centre for Research in Human Development, Concordia University
#116
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
MODULATING CONSOLIDATION AND RECONSOLIDATION OF EMOTIONAL
MEMORIES IN HUMANS: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
Émilie Thomas, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Jacques Tremblay, Douglas
Mental Health University Institute; Daniel Saumier, Douglas Mental Health University Institute;
Alain Brunet, Douglas Mental Health University Institute
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ENJEUX RELATIONNELS ET SEXUELS AU SEIN DE DIFFÉRENTES POPULATIONS
DE COUPLES (Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Katherine Péloquin, Université de Montréal; Natacha Godbout, Université du Québec à
Montréal
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ATTACHEMENT AMOUREUX ET FONCTIONNEMENT SEXUEL CHEZ LES JEUNES
ADULTES : RÔLE MÉDIATEUR DE L’ESTIME DE SOI SEXUELLE,
L’AFFIRMATION SEXUELLE ET L’ANXIÉTÉ SEXUELLE
Audrey Brassard, Université de Sherbrooke; Emmanuelle Dupuy, Université de Sherbrooke;
Phillip R. Shaver, University of California, Davis
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LE BLÂME CHEZ LES COUPLES CONFRONTÉS À L’INFERTILITÉ : LIENS
DYADIQUES AVEC LA SATISFACTION CONJUGALE, LES SYMPTÔMES
DÉPRESSIFS ET L’ANXIÉTÉ
Katherine Péloquin, Université de Montréal; Audrey Brassard, Université de Sherbrooke;
Coralie Purcell-Lévesque, Université de Sherbrooke; Stéphane Sabourin, Université Laval;
John Wright, Université de Montréal
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LIENS ENTRE LA COMMUNICATION CONJUGALE ET L’AGRESSION
PSYCHOLOGIQUE ÉMISE ET SUBIE CHEZ DES FEMMES ET DES HOMMES EN
RELATION DE COUPLE DE MÊME SEXE
Marie-France Lafontaine, Université d’Ottawa; Jamie Lyn Flesch, Université d’Ottawa;
Angela Caron, Université d’Ottawa
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AGRESSION SEXUELLE VÉCUE EN ENFANCE ET RELATION DE COUPLE À
L’ÂGE ADULTE : RÔLE DU SOUTIEN PARENTAL
Natacha Godbout, Université du Québec à Montréal; Stéphane Sabourin, Université Laval;
Yvan Lussier, Université du Québec à Trois Rivière; Marie-Pier Vaillancourt-Morel, Université
Laval
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D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT LEGACY IS MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES: SEARCH FOR
PATHWAYS TO HOLISTIC HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Bill Mussell, Native Mental Health Association of Canada
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale
et interculturelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ACCULTURATION AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS BETWEEN IMMIGRANT AND
HOST MAJORITY GROUPS IN MULTIETHNIC SETTINGS
Richard Y Bourhis, Université du Québec à Montréal
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PARTICIPANT RECRUITMENT IN HEALTH RESEARCH: RIDING THE
ROLLERCOASTER
Wolfgang Linden, University of British Columbia
A
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
YOU WIN SOME, YOU LOSE SOME: RECRUITMENT SUCCESSES AND FLOPS IN
A PEDIATRIC SETTING
Mark Petter, Dalhousie University
B
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
TRICKY RECRUITMENT FOR RCTS IN PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY
Tavis Campbell, Psychology/University of Calgary
C
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT RECRUITMENT STRATEGIES FOR
EXPERIMENTAL COGNITIVE HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH
Baerbel Knaeuper, McGill University; Jamie Cassoff, Department of Psychology, McGill
University; Elena Ivanova, Department of Psychology, McGill University; Julien Lacaille,
Department of Psychology, McGill University
D
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
OPTIMIZING RECRUITMENT IN BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE RESEARCH: THE
MONTREAL BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE CENTRE EXPERIENCE
Kim Lavoie, Hopital Sacre Coeur; Simon Bacon, Concordia University
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Adult Development and Aging/
Développement adulte
et vieillissement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PREDICTION OF DEMENTIA IN OLDER PEOPLE: HOW
WELL DOES IT COMPARE TO OTHER BIOMARKERS FOR DEMENTIA
Mary C. Tierney, University of Toronto
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2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
ACCREDITATION CONVERSATION SESSION
Melissa Tiessen, CPA - Dir. Education Directorate & Registrar Accreditation
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la
psychologie
THEORY REVIEW “A”/SESSION EXAMEN THÉORIQUE « MÉTHODE
DE VALIDATION ET VARIÉTÉS DE BÉHAVIORISME «
#1
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
LE PROCÈS DE LA PREUVE EN PSYCHOLOGIE
Pierre Coté, UQAC
#2
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
LES DEUX TYPES DE BEHAVIORISME
Pier-Alexandre Tardif, Université Laval
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique
et psychodynamique
THE PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE NARCISSISTIC DISORDERS
OF SELF- THE MASTERSON APPROACH
Loray Daws, Private Practice, Director BC Masterson Institute, Faculty Member
International Masterson Institute
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
SCHOOL BASED MENTAL HEALTH: SUCH A GREAT IDEA, WHY DIDN’T I
THINK OF THAT!
Alan W Leschied, Western University
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ADJUSTMENT TO CHRONIC ILLNESS
Vicki S Helgeson, Carnegie Mellon University
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière invitée
de la section
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
14
ANTI-DEPRESSANTS AS PLACEBO AND PANACEA: IMPLICATIONS FOR
WOMEN’S HEALTH
Linda McMullen, Psychology, College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan
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2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DATA ANALYSIS: NEW METHODS AND
RECOMMENDED PRACTICES
Alyssa L Counsell, York University
A
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
EQUIVALENCE TESTING: EXTENDING METHODS TO THE SIMILARITY OF
DEPENDENT CORRELATIONS
Alyssa L Counsell, York University; Robert A Cribbie, York University
B
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
FOLLOWING ARIADNE THREAD: FINDING RELEVANT RELATIONS BETWEEN
VARIABLES IN LARGE DATASETS WITH THE K-MEANS CLUSTERING
TECHNIQUE
Laurence Morissette, Université Ottawa
C
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
SAMPLE SIZE AND POWER CONSIDERATIONS IN A MULTILEVEL DESIGN
Deanna C Whelan, Carleton University
D
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
FACTORIAL ANOVA WITH UNBALANCED DATA: DIFFERENCES AND
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TYPE I, II, III SUMS OF SQUARES
Carrie E Smith, York University; Robert A Cribbie, York University
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
PUBLISHING IN PSYCHOLOGY: A REVIEWER’S PERSPECTIVE
Justin Feeney, University of Western Ontario; Missy Teatero, Lakehead University; Michelle
Gagnon, University of Regina
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
VALIDATION OF AND REVISION TO THE VIOLENCE RISK APPRAISAL GUIDE
AND SEX OFFENDER RISK APPRAISAL GUIDE BASED ON A LONG-TERM
FOLLOW-UP: A RESEARCH AND PRACTICE WORKSHOP
Grant T Harris, Waypoint Mental Health Centre; Marnie E Rice, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Fernando Felix, Canadian Psychiatric Association
2013-06-13 – 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 11 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE COMMUNAUTAIRE
Cameron Norman, CENSE Research + Design
2013-06-13 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Humanitarian Award/Prix
pour réalisation humanitaire
HUMANITARIAN AWARD TOWNHALL: PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE
Theo Fleury, Fleury 14 Enterprises Inc.; Catherine Classen, Women’s College Research
Institute; Paul Frewen, University Hospital; Michael C Seto, Intergrated Forensic Program,
Brockville Mental Health Centre; Karen Cohen, Canadian Psychological Association (moderator)
2013-06-13 – 12:00 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 00 à 13 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PERSONALITY PATHOLOGY IN THE DSM-5: THE CLINICAL APPLICATION OF
THE PERSONALITY INVENTORY FOR THE DSM-5
Lena C Quilty, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
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A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF DSM-5 TRAITS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF
DSM-IV PERSONALITY DISORDERS
Lindsay E Ayearst, University of Toronto Scarborough; Robert M Bagby, University of
Toronto; Lena C Quilty, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Michael S Chmielewski, Southern
Methodist University; Bruce Pollock, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INFORMANT ASSESSMENT OF THE DSM-5 PERSONALITY TRAITS:
CONVERGENT VALIDITY AND CLINICAL UTILITY
Lena Quilty, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Kristian Markon, University of Iowa;
Robert M Bagby, University of Toronto; Robert Krueger, University Minnesota, Twin Cities
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DSM-5 PERSONALITY TRAITS IN PATIENTS WITH DSM-IV BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER AND THEIR FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES
Anthony C Ruocco, University of Toronto Scarborough
2013-06-13 – 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM – 12 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
WOMEN AND PSYCHOLOGY/FEMMES ET PSYCHOLOGIE
Lynda Ross, Athabasca University
2013-06-13 – 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM – 12 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Oral Paper Session/
Séance de présentation orale
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
ENCOUNTERING THE OTHER
Laura Ball, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
A
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
CONCERNING THE OTHER: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN LEVINAS AND SPIVAK
Marissa E. Barnes, York University
B
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
INTERROGATING DIFFERENCES: REFLEXIVITY IN PSYCHOLOGICAL
RESEARCH
Zhipeng Gao, York University
2013-06-13 – 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM – 12 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Joseph Snyder, Concordia University
2013-06-13 – 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM – 12 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
16
SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE SOCIALE ET DE
LA PERSONNALITÉ
Elizabeth Page-Gould, University of Toronto Scarborough
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2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
GET ARTSY, STAY SCIENTIFIC: HOW TO USE ART THERAPY METHODS TO
COMPLEMENT YOUR PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC REPERTOIRE
Marion Ehrenberg, University of Victoria; Rotem Regev, University of Victoria; Marysia
Lazinski, University of Victoria; Stephanie Slater, University of Victoria
2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
High School Science Award/
Prix scientifiques pour
écoles secondaires
3rd ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE AWARDS PRESENTATION
Jennifer Frain, New Directions for Children Youth Adults and Families; Arin MacNeill,
Student, Pictou Academy
2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 45 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
PUTTING PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH & PRACTICE TO WORK TO MEET THE
CHALLENGES FACING OLDER CANADIANS & THEIR FAMILIES
Venera Bruto, UHN - Toronto Rehab
A
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
CONTRIBUTIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO EVIDENCE-BASED
HEALTH CARE FOR OLDER ADULTS
Venera Bruto, UHN - Toronto Rehab
B
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
“PRACTICAL” PSYCHOLOGY WITHIN GERIATRICS – UTILIZING PSYCHOLOGY
RESEARCH & PRACTICE AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY PARTNERSHIPS TO
MAXIMIZE YOUR IMPACT, WITHIN HOSPITAL AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS
Lindy Kilik, Providence Care
C
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
ADDRESSING SUICIDE IDEATION AND THE DESIRE TO HASTEN DEATH
AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
Marnin Heisel, University of Western Ontario & London Health Sciences
D
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
SKILLS TRAINING & THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT FOR FAMILY CARERS
Feldman Rhonda, Mt Sinai Hospital
2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRIT BEHIND THE CPA ACCREDITATION STANDARDS
Melissa Tiessen, CPA - Dir. Education Directorate & Registrar Accreditation
2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2000D - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
TIPS FOR STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREER PSYCHOLOGISTS ON OBTAINING
INITIAL REGISTRATION AND PROMOTING THEIR PROFESSIONAL MOBILITY
Jacqueline Horn, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
A
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
OVERVIEW OF REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION AND LICENSURE ACROSS
CANADA AND THE U.S.
Catherine Yarrow, College of Psychologists of Ontario
B
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
TIPS FOR AVOIDING PROBLEMS WITH INITIAL REGISTRATION/LICENSURE
Jacqueline Horn, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
C
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
AVOIDING LICENSURE PROBLEMS THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREER: CREDENTIALS
BANKING AND MOBILITY CERTIFICATION
Joseph Rallo, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
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2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ASSESSING DYNAMIC RISK IN OFFENDER POPULATIONS: ISSUES,
CONSIDERATIONS, AND FINDINGS
Mark Olver, University of Saskatchewan
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ASSESSMENT OF DYNAMIC SEXUAL VIOLENCE RISK AND CHANGE AMONG
TREATED SEXUAL OFFENDERS
Mark Olver, University of Saskatchewan; Terry P Nicholaichuk, University of Saskatchewan;
Stephen CP Wong, University of Nottingham and University of Saskatchewan
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
AN EXAMINATION OF DYNAMIC RISK, PROTECTIVE FACTORS, AND
TREATMENT CHANGE IN VIOLENT OFFENDERS
Richard BA Coupland, University of Saskatchewan; Mark Olver, University of Saskatchewan
C
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
IMPROVING RISK PREDICTION: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN “STATIC” AND
“DYNAMIC” RISK FACTORS
James RP Ogloff, Monash University
2013-06-13 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MECHANISMS OF MINDFULNESS: A FOCUS ON GRADUATE STUDENT
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LITERATURE
Emma MacDonald, Ryerson University
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE MECHANISMS IN
MINDFULNESS-BASED THERAPIES
Samantha C. Horswill, University of Regina; Murray P. Abrams, University of Regina; R.
Nicholas Carleton, University of Regina; Gordon J.G. Asmundson, University of Regina
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DISIDENTIFICATION: A KEY MINDFULNESS SKILL TO REDUCE FOOD
CRAVINGS
Julien Lacaille, McGill University; Jin Ly, McGill University; Natalie Zacchia, McGill
University; Sophia Bourkas, McGill University; Emma Glaser, McGill University; Bärbel Knäuper,
McGill University
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION VERSUS HATHA YOGA FOR THE REDUCTION OF
ANXIETY SENSITIVITY: A PILOT STUDY
Chrissy Macaulay, York University; Margo C. Watt, St. Francis Xavier University
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE EFFECTS OF TRAIT MINDFULNESS AND A BRIEF MINDFUL-ATTENTION
INTERVENTION ON PAIN AMONG YOUTH
Mark Petter, Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University; Christine T. Chambers,
Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University; Patrick J. McGrath, Department of Psychology,
Dalhousie University
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 13 h 55 – LAUZON - QUÉBEC HILTON HOTEL
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d'affaires
PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING
Dorothy Cotton, PMHL Solutions
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 13 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/
Conférencière invitée de la
SCP et de la section
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
18
HORMONES, INTIMACY, AND AGGRESSION: THE STEROID/PEPTIDE THEORY
OF SOCIAL BONDS
Sari M van Anders, University of Michigan
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2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 13 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA Invited Speaker/
Conférencier invité de la SCP
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PRESENTEEISM AT WORK: PROBLEMS AND PROMISE
Gary Johns, Concordia University
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
SOCIAL RECEPTION TO FOLLOW SWAP BUSINESS MEETING
Lynda Ross, Athabasca University
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Oral Paper Session/
Séance de présentation orale
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
THEORIES AND THEORIZING: HISTORICAL FIGURES AND THE SELF
Zhipeng Gao, York University
A
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
WHAT DO THE CONCEPTS OF ASSOCIATION, SYMPATHY, AND THEOPATHY
HAVE IN COMMON? DAVID HARTLEY, EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY
PROTO-PSYCHOLOGIST
Richard T. G. Walsh, Wilfrid Laurier University
B
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
SCHOPENHAUER FOR THE PSYCHOLOGIST
Patric Plesa, York University
C
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
THE ADDICTIONS OF THE EMPTY SELF
Rebecca Dahl, The King’s University College
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
TREATING MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS USING COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL
STRATEGIES
Sheryl M. Green, St. Joseph’s Healthcare & McMaster University; Randi E. McCabe, St.
Joseph’s Healthcare & McMaster University
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 13 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOLOGISTS IN EDUCATION/PSYCHOLOGUES EN ÉDUCATION
Joseph Snyder, Concordia University
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2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
RELATIONAL PROCESSES IN THE CONTEXT OF LIFE TRANSITIONS AND
CHALLENGES
Natalee E Popadiuk, University of Victoria
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE RELATIONAL CONNECTIONS OF OVERSEAS CANADIAN TRAUMA
COUNSELLORS
Natalee E Popadiuk, University of Victoria; Patrice Keats, Simon Fraser University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD AS A PEER PROJECT
Richard A Young, University of British Columbia; Shiela K Marshall, University of British
Columbia; Leah Wilson, University of British Columbia; Amy Green, University of British Columbia;
Laura Klubben, University of British Columbia; Zhu Ma, University of British Columbia; Filomena
Parada, University of Coimbra; Emily Polak, University of British Columbia; Krista Socholotiuk,
University of British Columbia
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CAREER DEVELOPMENT AS A COUPLES PROJECT IN UNDERGRADUATE
STUDENTS
Jose F Domene, University of New Brunswick; Andrea L Schneider, University of New
Brunswick; Kathleen M Pye, University of New Brunswick
D
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
DO AS I DO: BODY IMAGE IDENTIFICATION BETWEEN MOTHERS AND
ADOLESCENT DAUGHTERS
Emily Polak, University of British Columbia
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique
et psychodynamique
THE PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE SCHIZOID DISORDERS OF
SELF- THE MASTERSON APPROACH
Loray Daws, Private Practice, Director BC Masterson Institute, Faculty Member
International Masterson Institute
2013-06-13 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
CANADIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
Jennifer Veitch, NRC Construction
2013-06-13 – 1:30 PM to 3:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 15 h 25 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘B’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
Developmental Psychology/Psychologie du développement ; Psychologists in Education/Psychologues en éducation
#1
STALKING AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS POSSESSING AUTISTIC TRAITS
Developmental Psychology/
Kojo Mintah, Carleton University; Shelley E Parlow, Carleton University
Psychologie du développement
développement
#2
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
STEPPING OUT WITH MY BABY: FACTORS AFFECTING CHILDREN’S AND
INFANTS’ PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH AND OTHER OUTSIDE OF THE
HOME ACTIVITIES
Nicole A Sugden, Ryerson University; Andrea Kusec, Ryerson University; Margaret C Moulson,
Ryerson University
#3
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS: INFANTS’ PREFERENCE FOR
FAMILIAR AND UNFAMILIAR FACES, HANDS, AND BOTTLES
Nicole A Sugden, Ryerson University; Nina Arcon, Ryerson University; Lan (Mary) Wei,
Ryerson University; Margaret C Moulson, Ryerson University
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF GRAPHEMIC KNOWLEDGE AND ITS RELATION TO
FRENCH WORD AND NON-WORD READING IN THE EARLY PRIMARY GRADES
Robyn Carson, University of Ottawa; Alain Desrochers, University of Ottawa
#5
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE IMPACT OF USING INTELLIGENCE AS A MATCHING VARIABLE IN
PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
S. Mitchell Colp, University of Calgary; David W. Nordstokke, University of Calgary; Kelly
Dean Schwartz, University of Calgary; Bruno D. Zumbo, University of British Columbia
#6
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EARLY INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS:
THE IMPORTANCE OF PARENTAL CONFIDENCE WHEN EXITING IN-HOME
PROGRAMMING
S. Mitchell Colp, University of Calgary; Ryan L. Matchullis, University of Calgary; Alyssa
A. Altomare, University of Calgary
#7
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PERCEIVED SERIOUSNESS OF SCHOOL BULLYING BEFORE AND AFTER A
HIGH PROFILE TRAGEDY
Harrison Oakes, University of Winnipeg; Wendy Josephson, University of Winnipeg; Danielle
Gaucher, University of Winnipeg
#8
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EFFETS D’UNE INTERVENTION DE REMÉDIATION COGNITIVE DE LA
MÉMOIRE DE TRAVAIL SUR LA COMPRÉHENSION EN LECTURE AUPRÈS
D’ÉLÈVES FRANCOPHONES DU PRIMAIRE PRÉSENTANT DES DIFFICULTÉS
D’APPRENTISSAGE EN LECTURE ET EN ÉCRITURE
Héloïse Therrien, Université du Québec à Montréal; Fanny Maude Turcotte, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Luc Reid, Université du Québec à Montréal; Véronique Parent, Université de
Sherbrooke - Campus de Longueuil; Marie-Claude Guay, Université du Québec à Montréal
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#1
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF SIBLING JEALOUSY AND RIVALRY ON
CURRENT PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
Venus Bali, Mount Saint Vincent Univeristy
#2
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
BALANCING HIGH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE AFFECT BENEFITS ACADEMIC
PERFORMANCE IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Erin Barker, Concordia University; Andrea L Howard, University of North Carolina Chapel
Hill; Nancy L Galambos, University of Alberta; Carsten Wrosch, Concordia University
#3
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
MULTISENSORY INFLUENCE ON CHILDHOOD EXECUTIVE FUNCTION
Nathan Beaucage, Grant MacEwan University; Tara Vongpaisal, Grant MacEwan University
développement
#4
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
DÉVELOPPEMENT COGNITIF ET MOTEUR D’ENFANTS ADOPTÉS À L’ÉTRANGER
DEPUIS LEUR ARRIVÉE AU QUÉBEC JUSQU’EN DÉBUT DE SCOLARISATION
Cybèle Beauvais-Dubois, Université du Québec à Montréal; Louise Cossette, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Catherine Smith, Université du Québec à Montréal; Andrée Pomerleau,
Université du Québec à Montréal; Gérard Malcuit, Université du Québec à Montréal; Jean-François
Chicoine, Hôpital Sainte-Justine; Céline Belhumeur, Hôpital Sainte-Justine
#5
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ARE ADOLESCENTS WHO MEET GAD CRITERIA BY QUESTIONNAIRES
DIFFERENT THAN OTHER ADOLESCENTS REGARDING THEIR LEVEL OF
ATTACHMENT TO THEIR PARENTS AND FRIENDS?
Mélanie Béland, Université de Sherbrooke; Patrick Gosselin, Université de Sherbrooke
#6
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
LA CORUMINATION MODÈRE-T-ELLE LA RELATION ENTRE LE NÉVROTISME
ET LES SYMPTÔMES DÉPRESSIFS? UNE ÉTUDE LONGITUDINALE À L’ADOLESCENCE
Marie-Elaine Bélanger, Université Laval; Dave Miranda, Université d’Ottawa; Julien
Morizot, Université de Montréal
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Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ATTACHMENT SECURITY AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING: THE MEDIATING
ROLE OF DISSOCIATION
Mélanie Bélanger, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Andra Lorent, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Tristan Milot, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Diane St-Laurent,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
#8
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
L’ÉVOLUTION DES RELATIONS AMOUREUSES SELON LE GENRE ET
SELON LA QUANTITÉ ANNUELLE DE PARTENAIRES AMOUREUX
Stephanie Boisvert, Universite du Quebec a Montreal; Francois Poulin, Universite du Quebec
a Montreal
#9
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
THE DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH
DOWN SYNDROME AND AUTISM
Colin Campbell, McGill University; Jillian Stewart, McGill University; Heidi Flores,
McGill University; Oriane Landry, Dalhousie University; Sophie Jacques, Dalhousie University;
Natalie Russo, Syracuse University; Jacob Burack, McGill University
#10
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ARE INFANTS WILLING TO HELP AN INDIVIDUAL WHO DISPLAYS
UNJUSTIFIED EMOTIONS?
Sabrina S Chiarella, Concordia University; Diane Poulin-Dubois, Concordia University
#11
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
CAN INFANTS LEARN FOREIGN WORDS? NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE WORD
LEARNING AT 14-MONTHS
Chelsea da Estrela, Concordia University; Krista Byers-Heinlein, Concordia University
#12
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
POSTPARTUM FATIGUE IN FIRST TIME MOTHERS
Alana Dalrymple, University of Regina; Lynn Loutzenhiser, University of Regina
#13
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
SEX DIFFERENCES IN EMERGENT LITERACY AND READING BEHAVIOUR
Shanna Deasley, University of Guelph; Mary Ann Evans, University of Guelph; Sarah Doherty,
University of Guelph; David Wiloughby, University of Guelph
#14
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
CO-MORBIDITY BETWEEN GAMBLING PROBLEMS AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS:
A LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS OF RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS
Frederic Dussault, University of Quebec at Montreal; Mara Brendgen, University of Quebec
at Montreal; Frank Vitaro, University of Montreal; Rene Carbonneau, University of Montreal;
Richard E Tremblay, University of College Dublin
#15
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
POSITIVE COGNITIVE SCHEMAS AS LONGITUDINAL PREDICTORS OF EARLY
ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION
Jordan S Friedmann, University of Guelph; Margaret N Lumley, University of Guelph; Bethany
Lerman, University of Guelph
#16
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
CULTURAL CONSIDERATION IN THE ASSESSMENT OF ADHD: UNDERSTANDING
SOCIO-POLITICAL FACTORS
Maryam Gholamrezaei, McGill University; Liane C Pereira, McGill University; Jennifer
Lavoie, McGill University
#17
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
EMOTION REGULATION AND ACADEMIC COMPETENCE: EXAMINING
PREDICTIVE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ADOLESCENTS
Sarah Glaser, McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University; Bianca Levy, McGill
University
#18
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
EXPLORING DETERMINANTS OF RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS IN EARLY
AND MIDDLE ADOLESCENCE OVER THREE YEARS
Jenny Glozman, University of Guelph; Susan S Chuang, University of Guelph; Miles McNall,
Michigan State University
#19
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
L’ACCENTUATION ET LA PERCEPTION DES DÉTAILS PHONÉTIQUES DANS
L’APPRENTISSAGE DE NOUVEAUX MOTS CHEZ LES ENFANTS UNILINGUES ET
BILINGUES DE 17 MOIS
Sophie Godbout-Beaulieu, Université d’Ottawa; Christopher Fennell, Université d’Ottawa
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COPING STRATEGIES AND IMPLICATIONS OF DISABILITY IN PARENTS OF
CHILDREN WITH AUTISM VERSUS DOWN SYNDROME
Daniella Goldberg, McGill University; Ingrid Sladeczek, McGill University; Laura Fontil,
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
#21
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION IN THE LINK BETWEEN CHILDREN’S
ANXIETY, TEACHERS’ PERCEIVED SELF-EFFICACY AND PEER
VICTIMIZATION
Fanny-Alexandra Guimond, Université du Québec à Montréal; Mara Brendgen, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Frank Vitaro, Université de Montréal; Ginette Dionne, Université Laval; Michel
Boivin, Université Laval
#22
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
UNITING EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING AND MONITORING TO INFORM
INTERVENTION PRACTICES
Jo Ann Iantosca, University of Western Ontario
#23
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE:
MEASUREMENT INVARIANCE AND CONSTRUCT STABILITY FROM LATE
CHILDHOOD TO ADOLESCENCE
Katia Keefer, Queen’s University; Ronald R Holden, Queen’s University; James DA Parker,
Trent University
#24
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
INSOMNIA AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN LATE ADOLESCENCE
Ivan W Kelly, University of Saskatchewan; Linda Ly, University of Saskatchewan; Bonnie L
Janzen, University of Saskatchewan
#25
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS ARE LONGITUDINALLY ASSOCIATED WITH
DEPRESSION IN A POPULATION-BASED SAMPLE OF YOUNG ADULTS
Giselle Kraus, McGill University Health Centre; Jennifer O’Loughlin, Centre de Recherche
du Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM); Igor Karp, Centre de Recherche du
Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM); Erika Dugas, Centre de Recherche du
Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM); Erin O’Loughlin, Centre de Recherche
du Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CRCHUM); Nancy Low, McGill University Health
Centre
#26
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
LITTLE LIES AND HIDDEN MOVEMENTS: THE EARLY LIES OF TODDLERS
AND THEIR NONVERBAL MARKERS OF DECEPTION
Karissa Leduc, McGill University; Shanna Williams, McGill University; Manon Sohn, McGill
University; Laura Penalosa, McGill University; Victoria Talwar, McGill University
#27
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
DIFFERENT WORDS, DIFFERENT KINDS? INFANTS’ EXPECTATIONS WHEN
EXPOSED TO NEW WORDS
Jessica Londei-Shortall, Concordia University; Krista Byers-Heinlein, Concordia University
#28
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
PARENTING STYLES: UNDERSTANDING PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTS OF YOUNG
CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Marisol Marfull Jensen, McGill University; Liane C. Pereira, McGill University; Tara
Flanagan, McGill University; Carlos Ossa-Cornejo, University of Bio-Bio
#29
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ASSESSING RECEPTIVE VOCABULARY IN BILINGUAL INFANTS: A
COMPARISON OF THE COMPUTERIZED COMPREHENSION TASK AND PARENTAL
REPORT
Lyakout Mohamed Said, Concordia University; Cristina Crivello, Concordia University;
Monyka Rodrigues, Concordia University; Diane Poulin-Dubois, Concordia University
#30
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
DIFFERENTIAL OUTCOMES IN TWO SUBTYPES OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
FOLLOWING A SCERTS-BASED INTERVENTION
Maxime Montembeault, Département de Psychologie, Université de Montréal; Dominique Fortin,
équipe de recherche DI, TED et intersectorialité; Julie McIntyre, École d’orthophonie et
d’audiologie, Université de Montréal; Céline Mercier, Département de médecine sociale et
préventive, Université de Montréal
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Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
LINKS BETWEEN PLACEMENT STABILITY, FOSTER PARENT-CHILD
RELATIONSHIP QUALITY, AND AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR AMONG FOSTER YOUTH
Julie Norman, University of Windsor; Rosanne Menna, University of Windsor; Deborah
Ellison, Family and Children’s Services of St. Thomas and Elgin County
#32
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
EST-CE QUE LES ENFANTS AUTISTES RÉUSSISSENT MIEUX SUR UNE TÂCHE
DE RECHERCHE LOCALE/GLOBALE QUE LES ENFANTS À DÉVELOPPEMENT
NORMAL ?
Sarah Pakzad, Université de Moncton; Amy Pelletier, Université de Moncton; Jalila Jbilou,
Université de Moncton; Saïd Bergheul, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue; Paul
Bourque, Université de Moncton; Salah-Eddine El-Adlouni, Université de Moncton
#33
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
MATERNAL DEPRESSION, PRESCHOOL AGGRESSION, AND CHILD SOCIAL
COMPETENCE: THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF INTERACTIONAL SYNCHRONY
Cassandra Pasiak, University of Windsor; Rosanne Menna, University of Windsor
#34
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
NARRATIVE IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT: INTEGRATING SIBLING CONFLICT
INTO THE VIEW OF THE SELF
Ashley D. Paterson, University of Windsor; Samantha Daniel, University of Windsor; Brianne
Drouillard, University of Windsor; Megan Duffett, University of Windsor; Erin McArthur,
University of Windsor; Alayna Pickering, University of Windsor; Shawna A. Scott, University of
Windsor; Jessica South, University of Windsor; Melissa Wuerch, University of Windsor
#35
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
CHILDREN’S UNDERSTANDING OF ARITHMETIC CONCEPTS
Jill A. B. Price, University of Regina; Katherine M. Robinson, University of Regina
#36
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
développement
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A METHODOLOGY FOR CODING SIBLINGS AS
COGNITIVELY SENSITIVE
Heather Prime, OISE/University of Toronto; Jennifer Jenkins, OISE/University of Toronto;
Michal Perlman, Oise/University of Toronto; Jennifer Tackett, University of Toronto
#37
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
INFANTS’ AND ADULTS’ CATEGORIZATION OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH WORDS
Arshdeep Rao, Concordia University; Krista Byers-Heinlein, Concordia University
#38
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ATTACHMENT STYLE WITH MOTHER AS A PREDICTOR OF LATE
ADOLESCENTS’ OBSERVED BEHAVIOURS WITH A CLOSE PEER
Nicolina Ratto, Centre for Research in Human Development and Concordia University;
Anna-Beth Doyle, Centre for Research in Human Development and Concordia University; Dorothy
Markiewicz, Brock University
ANONYMITY & SHARING BEHAVIOUR IN CHILDREN
Jennifer E Richards, Dalhousie University; Chris Moore, Dalhousie University
#39
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
#40
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN OTHER-SEX FRIENDSHIPS DURING EMERGING ADULTHOOD
Erika Rossi, Université du Québec à Montréal; François Poulin, Université du Québec à Montréal
#41
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
RECOGNIZING AN EMOTIONAL FACE IN INFANCY
Kristina Safar, Ryerson University; Margaret C Moulson, Ryerson University
#42
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
SUPPORT WORKERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF SEXUALITY AMONG ADULTS
WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Amanda Saxe, McGill University; Dr. Tara Flanagan, McGill University
#43
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
HOW BAD IS IT?: ESTIMATING CYBERBULLYING USING A MODIFIED
OLWEUS BULLY/VICTIM QUESTIONNAIRE
Kelly Schwartz, University of Calgary; Jessica Piitz, University of Calgary
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SANTÉ MENTALE DES ENFANTS ADOPTÉS À L’ÉTRANGER ET
PRATIQUES DE SOCIALISATION CULTURELLE DE LEURS PARENTS
Catherine Smith, Université du Québec à Montréal; Louise Cossette, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Cybèle Beauvais-Dubois, Université du Québec à Montréal; Noémi Gagnon-Oosterwaal,
Université du Québec à Montréal; Nicole Smolla, Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies; Chantal Migneault,
Université du Québec à Montréal; Gérard Malcuit, Université du Québec à Montréal; Andrée
Pomerleau, Université du Québec à Montréal; Renée Séguin, Université du Québec à Montréal
#45
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
VISUAL FILTERING AMONG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Jillian Stewart, McGill University; Colin A. Campbell, McGill University; Tamara Dawkins,
McGill University; Heidi Flores, McGill University; Jacob A. Burack, McGill University
#46
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
LA CONTRIBUTION DES FONCTIONS EXÉCUTIVES AU NIVEAU D’EMPATHIE
DES ADOLESCENTS
Evelyn Vera-Estay, Université de Montréal; Miriam H Beauchamp, Université de Montréal
#47
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN THE OXYTOCIN AND ARGININE VASOPRESSIN
RECEPTOR GENES AND CHILDREN’S SOCIAL-COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
Mark A Wade, University of Toronto; Jennifer M Jenkins, University of Toronto
#48
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PERCEIVED SOCIAL STIGMA AND PEER DIFFICULTIES IN CHILDREN
TREATED FOR ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
Carla J Aguilera Vasquez, Mcgill University; Anna Polotskaia, Douglas Mental Health
University Institute;McGill University; Theresa Tang, Mcgill University; Laura Varona Prevez,
McGill University; Natalie Grizenko, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; McGill
University; Ridha Joober, Douglas Mental Health University Institute
#49
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
AN EXPLORATION OF EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND PROBLEM BEHAVIOURS
IN CHILDREN WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Alyssa A Altomare, University of Calgary; Ryan Matchullis, University of Calgary; Katia
Jitlina, University of British Columbia; Adam W McCrimmon, University of Calgary
#50
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
LA PARTICIPATION À DES LOISIRS ORGANISÉS DURANT L’ENFANCE : UN
EXAMEN DU FONCTIONNEMENT SCOLAIRE SELON LE LIEU DE
PARTICIPATION (ÉCOLE OU COMMUNAUTÉ)
Florence Aumètre, Université du Québec à Montréal; François Poulin, Université du Québec à
Montréal
#51
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
LINKING PARENT AND CHILD ADHD SYMPTOMOLOGY TO PARENTAL
INVOLVEMENT IN CHILDREN’S LEARNING: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF
PARENTING STRESS
Stephanie Azari, University of Ottawa; Maria Rogers, University of Ottawa
COGNITIVE PREDICTORS OF MENTAL ADDITION IMPAIRMENTS IN CHILDREN
WITH ARITHMETIC DISABILITIES
Derek H. Berg, Queen’s University
#52
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
#53
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS WITH RESPECT TO GAMBLING
AND OTHER HIGH RISK BEHAVIOURS AMONG YOUTH IN SCHOOLS: A
PAN-CANADIAN STUDY
Jean-François Bessette-Bergeron, Université de Sherbrooke; Cloé Longpré-Langlois,
Université de Sherbrooke; Renée A St-Pierre, McGill University; Isabelle Martin, Mise sur Toi;
Jeffrey L Derevensky, McGill University; Caroline E Temcheff, Université de Sherbrooke
#54
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
ACADEMIC RELATED EMOTIONS: A LONGITUDINAL FIELD STUDY IN A
COLLEGE SETTING ABSTRACT
Silvia Bonaccio, Telfer School of Management/U of Ottawa; Charlie L Reeve, University of
North Carolina Charlotte; Jordan Lyerly, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Eboni C
Winford, University of North Carolina Charlotte
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
INTEGRATING STUDENT AND MENTOR PERSPECTIVES INTO INTERVENTION
PROGRAMS: A 1-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF INTERVENTION EFFECTIVENESS
Amanda A Chalupa, McGill University; Joshua Falek, McGill University; Anthony Claro,
McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#56
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN STUDENTS’
PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT AND PARENTAL CONTROL IN SCHOOL
Marianne Christie, McGill University; Rick N Noble, McGill University; Nancy L Heath,
McGill University
#57
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
SPARK FOR LEARNING: BUILDING RESILIENCE IN AT-RISK CHILDREN
Emma A Climie, University of Calgary; Christina Gray, University of Calgary; Michelle
Deen, Calgary Catholic School Board
#58
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS, POSITIVE OUTCOMES? AN EVALUATION OF
AUTONOMY AND RELATEDNESS IN YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAMS
Michael A.J. Clyde, McGill University; Michael Diamond, McGill University; Amanda A.
Chalupa, McGill University; Chelsea Thomson, McGill University; Steven R. Shaw, McGill University
#59
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT PRACTICES IN ASSESSING CULTURALLY
AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS
Damien C Cormier, University of Alberta; Laura D Offrey, University of Alberta
#60
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
COMPARISONS ACROSS THREE MODELS USED TO DIAGNOSE LEARNING
DISABILITIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS
Damien Cormier, University of Alberta; Amanda Radil, University of Alberta; Troy Janzen,
University of Alberta; Brittney Hegerat, University of Alberta
#61
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
STRENGTHENING PERCEIVED ACADEMIC ABILITIES OF STUDENTS AT-RISK
OF DROP-OUT: A META-ACADEMIC SKILLS INTERVENTION
Michael M Diamond, McGill University; Amanda A Chalupa, McGill University; Michael Clyde,
McGill University; Dr. Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#62
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
CREATIVE TEACHERS/TEACHING CREATIVELY: EXPLORING THE UTILITY
OF THE CREATIVITY FOSTERING INDEX
Catharine Dishke Hondzel, Western University
#63
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
WHO SUCCEEDS IN ONLINE COURSES?
Jonathan Dixon, Saint Mary’s University; Vic Catano, Saint Mary’s University
#65
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues
en éducation
WHAT WAS YOUR ANSWER? THE IMPLICATIONS OF GROUP CONFORMITY
WITHIN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS
Michelle Drefs, University of Calgary; Tanya Beran, University of Calgary
#66
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EARLY YEARS METACOGNITIVE ABILITIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR MATH
LEARNING AND INTERVENTION
Michelle Drefs, University of Calgary; Katherine Winters, University of Calgary; Meghann
Fior, University of Calgary; Rina Goukon, University of Calgary; Jamie Kerr, University of
Calgary
#67
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE EFFECT OF FEEDBACK ON PERCEPTUAL LEARNING IN AUTISTICADULTS
Kevin M Dugas, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University;
Perceptual Neuroscience Lab; Valerie Courchesne, Department of Psychology, Université de
Montréal; The University of Montreal Center of Excellence fo; Chiara Perico, Department of
Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University; Perceptual Neuroscience Lab; Laurent
Mottron, Department of Psychology, Université de Montréal; The University of Montreal Center of
Excellence fo; Armando Bertone, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill
University; Perceptual Neuroscience Lab
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HOW TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS AND SELF-BELIEFS INFLUENCE
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN AN ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION SETTING
Sophia Fanourgiakis, University of Guelph; Margaret N Lumley, Univeristy of Guelph
#69
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF PEER VICTIMIZATION ON STUDENT
TRANSITION AND SUCCESS IN UNIVERSITY
Rebecca Fraccaro, The University of Calgary; David Nordstokke, University of Calgary
#70
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING IN ADOLESCENTS: INVESTIGATING
NON-ACADEMIC FACTORS THAT LEAD TO SCHOOL SUCCESS
Sarah Glaser, McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University; Kiray Jones-Mollerup,
McGill University; Samantha Zevy, McGill University; Alissa Yip, McGill University
#71
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A GROUP-BASED TUTORIAL DIRECT INSTRUCTION
PROGRAM FOR FOSTER CARE CHILDREN
Julie Harper, Lakehead University; Fred Schmidt, Children’s Centre Thunder Bay
#72
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
DISCLOSURE STRATEGIES FOR POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS BEING
ACCOMMODATED FOR DISABILITIES: AN EXPERIMENTAL VIGNETTE STUDY
INVESTIGATING WAYS TO REDUCE NEGATIVE PEER REACTIONS AND
IMPROVE PEER PERCEPTIONS OF EXAM ACCOMMODATION FAIRNESS
C Gail Hepburn, University of Lethbridge; Brittany L Blaskovits, University of Lethbridge;
Lori Francis, Saint Mary’s University; Janelle R Enns, University of Lethbridge
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
DISABILITY DISCLOSURE RATES AND PREDICTORS OF DISABILITY
DISCLOSURE IN THE WORKPLACE BY POSTSECONDARY GRADUATES WITH
LEARNING DISABILITIES
Alana Holmes, Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre; Robert Silvestri, Northern
Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre; Allyson Harrison, Regional Assessment and
Resource Centre
#74
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANXIETY IN CHILDREN
WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Katia Jitlina, University of British Columbia; McCrimmon Adam, University of Calgary;
Alyssa Altomare, University of Calgary; Ryan Matchullis, University of Calgary
A CASE STUDY OF THE LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF
SASKATCHEWAN (LDAS) ARROWSMITH PROGRAM
Debra Kemp-Koo, University of Saskatchewan; Tim Claypool, University of Saskatchewan
#75
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
#76
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PARENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE OF ADHD AND ACADEMIC
OUTCOMES OF CHILDREN WITH ADHD
David (Hoin) Ki, University of Calgary; Emma A. Climie, University of Calgary; Sarah M.
Mastoras, University of Calgary
#77
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE INFLUENCE OF A BED COURSE IN PROACTIVE BEHAVIOURAL
STRATEGIES ON TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND SKILLS IN
MANAGING CHILD EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DIFFICULTIES IN THE
CLASSROOM
Kristina Klopfer, OISE/University of Toronto; Katreena Scott, OISE/University of Toronto;
Jennifer M. Jenkins, OISE/University of Toronto; Joseph Ducharme, OISE/University of Toronto
#78
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EARLY BIRDS VERSUS NIGHT OWLS IN THE UNIVERSITY CLASSROOM:
ACADEMIC AND PERSONALITY CORRELATES OF MORNINGNESS AND
EVENINGNESS
Kathryn Lafreniere, Psychology Department, University of Windsor; Rosanne Menna,
Psychology Department, University of Windsor; Kenneth M Cramer, Psychology Department,
University of Windsor
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Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EXPLORING FACTORS IMPACTING PERCEIVED SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PARENT
SELF EFFICACY
Simon Lisaingo, University of British Columbia; Michaelyn Hoven, University of British
Columbia; Laurie Ford, University of British Columbia
#80
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PRE-SERVICE TEACHER KNOWLEDGE ON THE ANTECEDENTS TO
VICTIMIZATION
Joel Lopata, The University of Western Ontario; Elizabeth A Nowicki, University of Western
Ontario
#81
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TECHNOLOGY ATTRIBUTIONS AND ACHIEVEMENT: EFFECTS OF COMPUTER
AND PERFORMANCE ATTRIBUTIONS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Rebecca L Maymon, McGill University; Sonia Rahimi, McGill University; Kyle A Hubbard,
McGill University; Nathan C Hall, McGill University
#82
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN WITH HIGH
FUNCTIONING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: RELATION TO SOCIAL SKILLS
Adam McCrimmon, University of Calgary; Katia Jitlina, University of British Columbia;
Alyssa A Altomare, University of Calgary; Ryan L Matchullis, University of Calgary
#83
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
ASPERGER SYNDROME IN CANADIAN SCHOOLS: PROVINCIAL PERSPECTIVES
Adam W McCrimmon, University of Calgary; Ryan L Matchullis, University of Calgary; Alyssa
A Altomare, University of Calgary; Katia Jitlina, University of British Columbia
#84
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING FOR ADULT EDUCATION TEACHERS
Fiona Meek, Western University; Dr. Jacqueline Specht, Western University; Dr. Susan
Rodger, Western University
#85
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
USE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING TO INCREASE TEACHER’S
UNDERSTANDING OF AND INTENTION TO HELP CHILDREN WITH
CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND LEARNING DISABILITIES
Karen Milligan, Ryerson University; Rachelle Cosme, Integra; Melissa Rowbotham, Integra;
Marjory Phillips, Integra
#86
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP: ITS IMPORTANCE IN THE
DEVELOPMENT OF CONDUCT PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD
Kristi L Mitchell, University of Calgary; Emma A Climie, University of Calgary; Sarah M
Mastoras, University of Calgary
#87
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-EFFICACY AND ACADEMIC MOTIVATION WHEN
STUDENTS CHOOSE THEIR LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Terina Morgan, McGill University; Cynthia Ayvazian, McGill University; Sarah Piekarski,
McGill University; Amanda A Chalupa, McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#88
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
BEYOND INTELLIGENCE AND PERSONALITY: ASSESSING CONATIVE FACTORS
RELATED TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS
David Nordstokke, University of Calgary; Donald H Saklofske, University of Western
Ontario; Lawrence G Weiss, Pearson Assessment
#89
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
ADAPTIVENESS AND RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD
Jayanthi M Parackel, University of Calgary; Juliana A Bishop, University of Calgary; Emma
A Climie, University of Calgary; Sarah M Mastoras, University of Calgary
#90
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
RELIABILITY OF ENVIRONMENT AT HOME AND IN SCHOOLS: AN
EVALUATION OF THEIR INFLUENCE ON DELAYED GRATIFICATION AMONG
YOUTH AT-RISK OF DROP-OUT
Sarah Piekarski, McGill University; Amanda Chalupa, McGill University; Terina Morgan,
McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
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MOVING FROM STUDENT TO TEACHER: AN EXPLORATION OF PRESERVICE
TEACHERS’ FEELINGS OF AUTONOMY-SUPPORT, TEACHING SELF-EFFICACY
AND INTENTIONS TO BE AUTONOMY-SUPPORTIVE
Amanda I Radil, University of Alberta; Amanda K Wagner, University of Alberta; Lia
Daniels, University of Alberta
#92
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE MOTIVATED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: PRESERVICE TEACHERS’
DEFINITIONS
Amanda I Radil, University of Alberta; TJ Deuchar-Fitzgerald, University of Alberta;
Amanda K Wagner, University of Alberta; Lia Daniels, University of Alberta
#93
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TWICE-EXCEPTIONAL: PARENT AND CHILD REPORTS OF ANXIETY AND
SOCIAL SKILLS AMONG GIFTED CHILDREN WITH ADHD-C
Whitney S Reed, University of Calgary; Emma A Climie, University of Calgary; Ashley
Schiller, The University of Calgary; Sarah M Mastoras, University of Calgary
#94
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
ACHIEVEMENT GOALS AND EMOTIONS: COGNITIVE APPRAISALS AND
EMOTION REGULATION AS MEDIATING VARIABLES
Lavanya Sampasivam, McGill University; Nathan Hall, McGill University; Krista Muis, McGill
University
#95
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SPARK FOR LEARNING: EFFECTS OF DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISORDERS
Ashley Schiller, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary; Emma Climie, Faculty of
Education, University of Calgary; Michelle Deen, University of Calgary & Calgary Separate School
District
#96
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
ADHD-TYPE BEHAVIOURS AND EXECUTIVE INHIBITION DEFICITS IN CHILDREN
Shalaka Shah, McGill University; Steven Shaw, McGill University
#97
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EFFECTIVENESS OF A BRIEF SCHOOL-BASED STRESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
FOR ADOLESCENTS
Amy J Shapiro, McGill University; Amber A Emery, McGill University; Melanie Joly, McGill
University; Nancy L Heath, McGill University
VOCATIONAL AND PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE TRAINING FOR ADOLESCENTS
AND ADULTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: EFFECTIVENESS OF THE
PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT EXPLORATION SYSTEM (PAES)
Amanda D Smith, University of Calgary; Adam W McCrimmon, University of Calgary; Sharon L
Cairns, University of Calgary
#98
Psychologists in
Psychologues en éducation
#99
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
ASSESSING PERSONAL RESILIENCY IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD: REVISING
THE RESILIENCY SCALE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Martin M Smith, The University of Western Ontario; Donald H Saklofske, The University of
Western Ontario; David W Nordstokke, University of Calgary; Ashley Vesely, The University of
Western Ontario; Sandra Prince-Embury, The Resiliency Institute of Allenhurst
#100
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
CONSTRUCTING AND VALIDATING THE MEASURE OF STUDENT SUCCESS (MOSS)
Andrea M Stelnicki, University of Calgary; David W Nordstokke, University of Calgary;
Donald H Saklofske, Western University
#101
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
COGNITIVE EMOTION REGULATION STRATEGIES: DECREASING THE
INCIDENCE OF ADOLESCENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN RISKY BEHAVIOURS
Melissa Stern, McGill University; Anthony Claro, McGill University; Samira Moumne, McGill
University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#102
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE PARADOXICAL EFFECTS OF A MOTIVATIONAL INTERVENTION ON
COLLEGE STUDENTS’ EXPECTATIONS
Anna Sverdlik, McGill University; Sonia Rahimi, McGill University; Nathan C. Hall, McGill
University
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE ROLE OF INTEGRATED CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY IN FOSTERING
INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT IN LOW, AVERAGE, AND HIGH ACHIEVING
STUDENTS IN AN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM SETTING
Kendal A Toll, University of Calgary; Jac Andrews, University of Calgary; Jennifer Lock,
University of Calgary
#104
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
ADVANCES IN NEUROCOGNITIVE RESEARCH TO INFORM TEACHING
STRATEGIES FOR ABSTRACT CONCEPTUAL LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN CHILDREN
Natasha Tucci, McGill University; Amanda A. Chalupa, McGill University; Kerri-Anne Beech,
Mcgill University
#105
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
CREATIVE CO-STORIES OF SCHOOL DIS/ENGAGEMENT
Daniel Vallee, McGill University; Jessica Ruglis, McGill University
#106
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE SOCIAL EXPERIENCES OF SECONDARY STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL
AND LEARNING DISABILITIES: SCHOOL SAFETY, VICTIMIZATION,
RISK-TAKING, AND FEELINGS OF BELONGING
Karen Ott VandeKamp, UBC; Shelley Hymel, UBC
#107
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
LE MODÈLE DE L’ACTIVITÉ D’ENGESTRÖM COMME INSTRUMENT D’ANALYSE
DES RÉCITS DE CARRIÈRE DE MARINS DEVENUS ENSEIGNANTS DE
TECHNIQUES MARITIMES
Sylviane Veillette, Université du Québec à Montréal; Audrey Perreault, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Maryvonne Merri, Université du Québec à Montréal
#108
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TEACHERS’ PERSONAL SOCIAL EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE: HOW IS IT DEVELOPED?
Amanda K Wagner, University of Alberta; Lia M Daniels, University of Alberta; Tracy L
Durksen, University of Alberta
#109
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PARENTAL SUPPORT, CONTROL, AND STRESS: PARENTING PRACTICES AND
BELIEFS OF PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT ADHD
Katherine Winters, University of Calgary; Kelly Schwartz, University of Calgary
#110
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A GROUP SELF-REGULATION PROGRAM FOR
CHILDREN: A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM EVALUATION
Katherine Winters, University of Calgary; Rona Kertesz, University of Calgary; Kim Fitzer,
University of Calgary
2013-06-13 – 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
WHAT CAN I DO TO BE HAPPY? INSIGHTS FROM RESEARCH ON WELL-BEING
Veronika Huta, University of Ottawa
2013-06-13 – 1:30 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
30
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS: TASK FORCE
RECOMMENDATIONS, ONLINE SEARCH STRATEGIES AND APPLICATION OF
THE HIERARCHY
David J.A. Dozois, University of Western Ontario; Sam Mikail, The Southdown Institute;
John Hunsley, University of Ottawa; Peter Bieling, St. Joseph’s Healthcare
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2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE
INTERNATIONALE ET INTERCULTURELLE
Richard N Lalonde, York University
2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/
Conférencier invité de la SCP
et de la section
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY’S FUTURE: RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Patrick H DeLeon, Henry M. Jackson Foundation Distinguished Professor; joint appointment
to the F. Edward Hebert Schoo
2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING/DÉVELOPPEMENT ADULTE ET
VIEILLISSEMENT
Venera Bruto, University Health Network - Toronto Rehab
2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Featured Speaker/
Conférencier Invité
MENTAL HEALTH CARE IN A WAR ZONE
Colonel Rakesh Jetly, Psychiatry and Mental Health Advisor to Surgeon General
2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 25 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN ACTION: HOW SOCIALLY DERIVED INFORMATION
IMPACTS HEALTH
Benjamin Giguere, University of Guelph
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHAT IS BEHIND THAT SMALL VOICE INSIDE? HOW EXPECTATIONS OF
SOCIAL AFFILIATION AND EXCLUSION SHAPE THE INFLUENCE OF GROUP
NORMS ON HEALTH BEHAVIOURS
Benjamin Giguere, University of Guelph; Donald M Taylor, McGill University; Caroline
Camateros, Université Laval
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ON THE USE OF DELIBERATIVE METHODS TO DEVELOP ETHICAL NORMS FOR
HEALTH POLICY: THE CASE OF HUMAN TISSUE BIOBANKS
Kieran O’Doherty, University of Guelph
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS VACCINES: A NUANCED
EXAMINATION OF A POLARIZED DEBATE
Paula C Barata, University of Guelph; Kendall Adlam, University of Guelph; Donna E
Stewart, University Health Network
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SOCIETAL PERCEPTIONS OF PEOPLE WITH CANCER: A STEREOTYPE
CONTENT MODEL MAP
Fuschia M Sirois, Bishop’s University; Laura Mitchell, Bishop’s University; Dawn Little,
University of Strathclyde
2013-06-13 – 2:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
SEMINARS OF 50 STUDENTS: STUDENT GROUP WORK IN A B.ED
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY COURSE
Jo-Anne Willment, University of Calgary; Shawn Crawford, University of Calgary; Brent
Macdonald, University of Calgary
2013-06-13 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle
et organisationnelle
SOLUTIONS TO INCREASING ACCESS TO REAL-WORLD DATA FOR I/O
RESEARCH: A CONVERSATION WITH PAST CSIOP CHAIRS
Francois Chiocchio, Université de Montréal; Gary P. Latham, Rotman School of Management;
Robert Haccoun, Université de Montréal; Joan Finegan, Western University; Kevin Kelloway, Saint
Mary’s University; Peter Hausdorf, University of Guelph
2013-06-13 – 2:30 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
STUDENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY/ÉTUDIANTS EN PSYCHOLOGIE
Justin Feeney, University of Western Ontario
2013-06-13 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY/HISTOIRE ET PHILOSOPHIE
DE LA PSYCHOLOGIE
William Smythe, University of Regina
2013-06-13 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) ALPHÉE DES ÉTOILES
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-13 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
BANK IT OR LOSE IT: THE IMPORTANCE OF SECURE CREDENTIALS
STORAGE IN AN INCREASINGLY ELECTRONIC AND MOBILE SOCIETY
Joseph Rallo, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards; Joseph Rallo,
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards; Karen Messer-Engel, Saskatchewan
College of Psychologists; Janet Orwig, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
A
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
SECURE CREDENTIALS BANKING: WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT NOW?
Karen Messer-Engel, Saskatchewan College of Psychologists; Joseph Rallo, Association of
State and Provincial Psychology Boards
B
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
IMMEDIATE, SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM BENEFITS OF CREDENTIALS BANKING
Joseph Rallo, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
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DESCRIPTION OF A UNIVERSAL CREDENTIALS BANKING AND APPLICATION
SYSTEM
Janet Orwig, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
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Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGIE
David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
EXTREMISM AND TERRORISM/EXTRÉMISME ET TERRORISME
Lianne McLellan, Defence Research and Development Canada - Toronto
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
DO WE TEACH AS WE PREACH? A CONVERSATION ABOUT VALIDITY,
RELIABILITY AND FAIRNESS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE.
Douglas D Murdoch, Mount Royal University; Ada Sinacore, McGill University; Nicholas
Skinner, King’s College; Justin Feeney, University of Western Ontario
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DU COUNSELING
Ada Sinacore, McGill University
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE ET JUSTICE PÉNALE
Howard Barbaree, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PLANNING WITH SMORES - TRANSITIONING TO A LOW CARBON COMMUNITY
Kenneth Church, Natural Resources Canada
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 4:25 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 25 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN PERSONALITY AND COGNITION
Jordan Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton University
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PSYCHOPATHIC DETECTION OF PROSODY
Angel Mackenzie, Carleton University; John Logan, Carleton University
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ADULT ATTACHMENT STYLES AND THE PROCESSING OF FACIAL AFFECT IN
A MODIFIED STROOP TASK
Elena Gallitto, Carleton University; Craig Leth-Steensen, Carleton University
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
METAMONITORING: CONTRIBUTIONS OF PERSONALITY AND INTELLIGENCE
IN NON-NATIVE PHONEME LEARNING
Rebecca Molson, Carleton University; Jordan Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton
University; John Logan, Carleton University
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
TOPICAL ISSUES IN QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR PROFESSIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY: WHAT ARE WE UP TO, AND WHAT SHOULD WE BE UP TO, FOR
THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADA?
Karen Cohen, CEO, CPA; Elizabeth Klonoff, (Chair, CoA, APA); Jacqueline Horne,
(President, ASPPB)
2013-06-13 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
NSERC NEWS AND INFORMATION SESSION
Marie-Claude Caron, CRSNG | NSERC
2013-06-13 – 3:30 PM to 5:25 PM – 15 h 30 à 17 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
GRADUATE FAIR: INFORMAL MEET AND GREET FOR STUDENTS AND
GRADUATE PROGRAMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY
2013-06-13 – 3:30 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 30 à 16 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA Invited Speaker/
THE “DESIRE DISORDER” IN RESEARCH ON FEMALE SEXUAL ORIENTATION:
Conférencière invitée de la SCP POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS THEORY
Sexual Orientation and
Lisa M Diamond, Department of Psychology, University of Utah
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘C’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
International and Cross Cultural Psychology/Psychologie international et interculturelle ; Sports and Psychology/Psychologie du sport et
de l’exercice; Students in Psychology/Étudiants en psychologie
#1
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale
et interculturelle
CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA EXPLAIN GEOGRAPHIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ETHNICITY
AND HOMICIDE
William Edwards, University of Regina
#2
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
HIGHER GOALS, HIGHER ABILITIES: MOTIVATIONAL PROFILES OF
MARATHON AND RACE RUNNERS
Pier-Eric Chamberland, University of Québec in Trois-Rivières; Paule Miquelon, University
of Québec in Trois-Rivières
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HOW I SEE MY PARENTS AND HOW THEY SEE THEMSELVES? MULTISOURCE
PARENTAL AUTONOMY SUPPORT PREDICTS BURNOUT
Alexandre Gareau, University of Ottawa; Patrick Gaudreau, University of Ottawa
#4
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF APPLICANTS WHEN THEY ARE
CONSIDERING INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS: WHAT FACTORS HAVE THE MOST
POSITIVE INFLUENCE ON RANKINGS?
Susan Jerrott, IWK Health Centre
THURSDAY / JEUDI
#3
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Poster/Affiche
POSTER SESSION “C”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Brain and Cognitive Science/Cervau et science cognitive; Family Psychology/Psychologie de la famille ; International and Cross Cultural Psychology/Psychologie international et interculturelle ; Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/Orientation sexuelle et identité
sexuelle; Students in Psychology/Étudiants en psychologie ; Teaching Psychology/Enseignement de la psychologie ; Sports and Psychology/Psychologie du sport et de l’exercice
#1
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
UNI-DIRECTIONAL TASKS OF THE BRAIN SUPPORTED BY ARTIFICIAL
NEURAL NETWORKS
Sepideh Noruziaan, University of Ottawa; Christophe Tremblay, University of Ottawa;
Sylvain Chartier, University of Ottawa
#2
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
ABUSE POTENTIAL AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: THE MODERATING ROLE OF
HOSTILE-HELPLESS STATES OF MIND
Lorent Andra, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Bélanger Mélanie, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Milot Tristan, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Éthier Louise,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; St-Laurent Diane, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
#3
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
L’ADAPTATION DU COUPLE À LA RECOMPOSITION FAMILIALE
Virginie Arpin, Université d’Ottawa; Annie Gagné, Université d’Ottawa; Julie Gosselin,
Université d’Ottawa
#4
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE ASPECTS OF THE EXPERIENCE OF CAREGIVING
FOR PARENTS OF ADULTS SUFFERING FROM SCHIZOPHRENIA
Soline Blondin, Université de Montréal (UdeM)
#5
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
VALIDATION EMPIRIQUE DE LA VERSION EN LANGUE FRANÇAISE DU
STEPFAMILY ADJUSTMENT SCALE (SAS)
Chantal Boudreau, Université d’Ottawa; Julie Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa
#6
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
#7
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
PROFILES OF SOCIAL DISADVANTAGE AMONGST MULTICULTURAL CANADIAN
FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN
Dillon T Browne, University of Toronto; Jennifer M Jenkins, University of Toronto
NEWCOMER YOUTH ACROSS CANADA: PERSPECTIVES OF SERVICE PROVIDERS
AND YOUTH
Susan Chuang, University of Guelph; Adriana Carranza, University of Guelph; Brittany
Walbourne, University of Guelph; Amber Carrigan, University of Guelph; Stefania Titone,
University of Guelph; Christina Lanteigne, University of Guelph; Christopher Friesen, Immigrant
Settlement Services BCof
#8
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
IS PARENTING ALLIANCE INFLUENCED BY WORK-FAMILY CONFLICTS AND
PERCEPTIONS OF MATTERING TO THE OTHER PARENT?
Robin Clément, Université de Moncton; Mylène Lachance-Grzela, Université de Moncton
#9
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
IMPACT DE LA QUALITÉ DES INTERACTIONS PARENT-ENFANT SUR
L’ADAPTATION DE LA MÈRE D’ACCUEIL ET CELLE DE L’ENFANT PLACÉ
Annabelle Cournoyer, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
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#10
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
L’EFFET MODÉRATEUR DE L’ÂGE À L’ADOPTION DANS LA RELATION ENTRE
LA DÉTRESSE PARENTALE ET LES PROBLÈMES DE COMPORTEMENT CHEZ L’ENFANT
Sophie Demers-Bédard, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Janie St-Onge, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Annabelle Cournoyer, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Marilyne
Dumais, Université du Québec à Montréal; Karine Dubois-Comtois, Université du Québec à
Trois-Rivières; Chantal Cyr, Université du Québec à Montréal
#11
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
CONNECTIONS AND TENSIONS AMONG SIBLINGS IN THE PRESENCE OF
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Kristy L Dykshoorn, Trinity Western University
#12
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
PIECES OF THE PAST: REMINISCING ABOUT POSITIVE EMOTIONS DURING
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD
Jacqueline Goodwin, University of Windsor; Julie Hakim-Larson, University of Windsor;
Vanessa Bruce, University of Windsor; Meredith Flannery, Dalhousie University; Ashley Boutilier,
Dalhousie University; Shana Grover, Dalhousie University; Catherine Hefler, Dalhousie University;
Miao Ying, Dalhousie University; Meghan Potter, Dalhousie University
#13
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
L’ADAPTATION UNIVERSITAIRE CHEZ L’ENFANT UNIQUE
Mathieu MG Gourde, Université de Moncton
#14
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
EXPLORING INDEPENDENCE AND INTERDEPENDENCE IN CHINESE CANADIAN
MOTHER-AND FATHER -CHILD TALKS IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Elenda Huang, Peking University; Susan Chuang, University of Guelph; Yanjie Su, Peking
University
#15
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
STRESS PARENTAL ET PROBLÈMES DE COMPORTEMENT CHEZ LES ENFANTS
ADOPTÉS À L’INTERNATIONAL AVEC BESOINS SPÉCIAUX
Valérie Losier, Université du Québec à Montréal; Chantal Cyr, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Maude Roberge, Université du Québec à Montréal; Karine Dubois-Comtois, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières
#16
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
COUNTER-NARRATIVES OF ADOPTIVE FATHERHOOD: MEN’S
STRATEGIES FOR COUNTERING BIOLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Ross McCallum, University of Manitoba; Maria Medved, University of Manitoba; Diane
Hiebert-Murphy, University of Manitoba; Kerstin Roger, University of Manitoba
#17
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
RELATIVE DECISION-MAKING POWER AND ITS IMPACT ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
WELL-BEING, COUPLE SATISFACTION, AND PARENTING ALLIANCE
Shawna McGee, Université de Moncton; Mylène Lachance-Grzela, Université de Moncton
#18
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
THE ROLE OF PATERNAL DEPRESSION IN FATHER-INFANT INTERACTIONS
AND INFANT OUTCOMES
Kelcie Novak, University of Regina; Lynn Loutzenhiser, University of Regina
#19
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
DAILY CHALLENGES AND DEPRESSION RISK AMONG PARENTS OF CHILDREN
WITH AN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Chantal Paquin, Université du Quebec à Montreal; Erin T Barker, Concordia University;
Amanda Thaw, Concordia University; Jean-Philippe Gouin, Concordia University
#20
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
PARENTING PROGRAMS: SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
MOTHERS’ AND FATHERS’ SERVICE DELIVERY PREFERENCES AND
PERCEIVED BARRIERS TO PARTICIPATION
Jeff Perron, University of Ottawa; Philip Smith, University of Prince Edward Island
#21
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
MEET THE PARENTS: AN EVOLUTIONARY AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE OF
INTRODUCING ONE’S MATE TO ONE’S PARENTS
Allison L Prosser, Saint Mary’s University; Maryanne L Fisher, Saint Mary’s University
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TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT? YOUNG WOMEN’S COMFORT WITH CLOSENESS IN
ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN THE FACE OF PARENTAL DIVORCE: DOES A
CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH DAD MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Rotem Regev, University of Victoria; Marion F Ehrenberg, University of Victoria; Deirdre
Ryan, University of Victoria
#23
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
L’INFLUENCE RELATIVE DE L’ABUS PARENTAL, DE LA QUALITÉ DE LA
RELATION PARENT-ENFANT ET DES ÉVÉNEMENTS DE VIE STRESSANTS SUR
LA DÉTRESSE PSYCHOLOGIQUE ET LES RISQUES D’AUTOMUTILATION
Tania Renaud Fournier, Université d’Ottawa; Jodi Martin, Université d’Ottawa;
Jean-François Bureau, Université d’Ottawa
#24
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
CHILD, PARENTAL AND CONTEXTUAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE
TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND OTHER TYPES OF CHILD
MALTREATMENT
Dana Robinson, University of Alberta; Berna J Skrypnek, University of Alberta
#25
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
LA STABILITÉ DU PLACEMENT EN FAMILLE D’ACCUEIL
AFFECTE-T-ELLE L’ADAPTATION DE L’ENFANT PLACÉ
Janie St-Onge, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Andra Lorent, Université du Québec à
Trois-Rivières; Sophie Demers-Bédard, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Annabelle
Cournoyer, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Karine Dubois-Comtois, Université du Québec à
Trois-Rivières; Chantal Cyr, Université du Québec à Montréal; Ellen Sheiner-Moss, Université du
Québec à Montréal
#26
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
STEREOTYPES AND PARENTHOOD: SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS OF DIFFERENT
TYPES OF MOTHERS AND FATHERS
Sophie-Claire SC Valiquette-Tessier, Université d’Ottawa; Julie J Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa
#27
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
WHITE ADAPTION TO RACIAL PLURALISM - THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SCALE
Chris Brittan-Powell Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University
#28
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
DIFFERENTIAL CULTURAL LEARNING BASED ON GENDER: A STATISTICAL
EXAMINATION OF THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURAL VALUES FOR IMMIGRANTS
ADAPTING TO CANADA
Stryker Calvez, University of Guelph; Saba Safdar, University of Guelph
#29
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
WHERE IS “YOUR ENGLISH” FROM?: ATTITUDES TOWARDS ACCENTED
SPEECH
Indira Caro, University of Calgary; Dr. Valerie Pruegger, University of Calgary
#30
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
RESILIENCE VERSUS POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON
THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF TRAUMA AMONG REFUGEES
K. Jacky Chan, University of Ottawa; Marta Young, University of Ottawa
#31
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE CASE OF MISTAKEN IMMIGRANT IDENTITY: FRENCH AND ENGLISH
QUEBECERS’ REACTIONS TO IMMIGRANTS’ ETHNIC AND
RELIGIOUS BACKGROUNDS
Claude Charpentier, Bishop’s University; Dale Stout, Bishop’s University; Myriam Chiasson,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
THURSDAY / JEUDI
#22
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
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#32
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
MEASURING THE ADJUSTMENT TO UNIVERSITY OF UNDERGRADUATE
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS USING THE STUDENT ADAPTATION TO COLLEGE
QUESTIONNAIRE
Saeid Chavoshi, York University; Maxine G Wintre, York University
#33
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE RISK OF POLITE MISUNDERSTANDINGS: AN INVESTIGATION OF
CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN FACE SAVING STRATEGIES
Marisa Chung, University of Waterloo; Tracy Xiong, University of Waterloo; Wendi Adair,
University of Waterloo
#34
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
LANGUAGE AND PREJUDICE: DIRECT AND MODERATED EFFECTS
Katherine A Collins, University of Ottawa; Richard Clément, University of Ottawa
#35
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ATTRACTING AND RETAINING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT CANADIAN
UNIVERSITIES
Amanda DeVaul-Fetters, University of Western Ontario; Victoria M Esses, University of
Western Ontario; Daniele Belanger, University of Western Ontario; Wei Wei Da, University of
Western Ontario; Wolfgang Lehmann, University of Western Ontario
#36
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
PREDICTING ACCULTURATION AND ADAPTATION AMONG INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Marina Doucerain, Concordia University; Catherine Amiot, Université du Québec à Montréal;
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University
#37
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO THE PORTRAIT
VALUES QUESTIONNAIRE: FIRST-PERSON, THIRD-PERSON AND
GROUP-NEGOTIATED APPROACHES
Corey Ellis, University of Guelph; Elly Vinskas, University of Guelph; Saba Mehrabkhani,
University of Guelph; Stryker Calvez, University of Guelph; Kim Chuong, University of Guelph
#38
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
KNOWING MORE LANGUAGES MEANS HAVING MORE FRIENDS? THINK AGAIN:
SOCIAL ANXIETY MODULATES THE NUMBER OF FRIENDS IN OTHER
LANGUAGES
Alicia Fong, Concordia University; Franca Lacroix, Concordia University; Dara Heather,
Concordia University; Biru Zhou, Concordia University; Andrew Ryder, Concordia University
#39
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ACCULTURATIVE STRESS, SELF-EFFICACY, AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
AMONG IRANIAN-CANADIANS
Parisa Ghanbari, University of Toronto; Mahin Tavakoli, Carleton University
#40
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN PERSONALITY AND ALCOHOL
USE IN A CROSS-CULTURAL CONTEXT
Michelle E Hicks, Dalhousie University; Marie-Eve Couture, Dalhousie University; Sean P
Mackinnon, Dalhousie University; Sherry H Stewart, Dalhousie University; Amit Bernstein, Haifa
University; Patricia J Conrod, University of Montreal; University of King College London; Zsolt
Demetrovics, Eötvös Loránd University; Lindsay S Ham, University of Arkansas; Emmanuel
Kuntsche,Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems; Roisin M O’Connor,
Concordia University; Kenneth J Sher, University of Missouri, Columbia
#41
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
PARENT-PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE CARE OF CHILDREN WITH
AUTISM SPECTRUM CONDITIONS IN HONG KONG
Hilda Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Huso Yi, The Chinese University of Hong
Kong; Stuart Murray, University of Leeds
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A GENERATIONAL COMPARISON OF THE UNDERSTANDING AND ATTITUDES
TOWARDS DEPRESSION AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN
MANDARIN-SPEAKING CHINESE IMMIGRANTS
Vivian Huang, University of Calgary; Valerie Pruegger, University of Calgary; Indira Caro,
University of Calgary
#43
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
AN EXPLORATION OF DIFFERENCES IN EMOTION REGULATION BETWEEN
ASIAN AND EUROPEAN CANADIANS
Vivian Huang, University of Calgary; Leanne Quigley, University of Calgary; Keith S
Dobson, University of Calgary; Indira Caro, University of Calgary
#44
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
SUBJECTIVE MEANING OF ISLAMIC VEILS
Rashelle Litchmore, University of Guelph; Saba Safdar, University of Guelph
#45
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
IMMIGRATION FRAUD PATTERNS IN ARRANGED MARRIAGES BETWEEN SOUTH
ASIAN CANADIANS AND FOREIGN NATIONALS
Noorfarah Merali, University of Alberta; Jasmine Bajwa, University of Alberta; Taooz
Yousaf, University of Alberta; Sonya Sehgal, University of Alberta
#46
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
COME FROM AWAY, FAR AWAY: THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS IN A PREDOMINANTLY HOMOGENEOUS HOST CULTURE
Lisa C. Moores, Memorial University of Newfoundland
#47
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURE AND STRATEGIC LEADER COMMUNICATION
Frank X.Q. Mu, University of Waterloo; Lindie H. Liang, University of Waterloo; Omar
Ganai, University of Waterloo; Kristy X.Y. Chen, University of Waterloo; Arthur Au-Yeung,
University of Waterloo; Wendi Adair, University of Waterloo
#48
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
PREDICTING WELL-BEING AMONG ASIAN YOUNG ADULTS IN CANADA
Sumin Na, University of Victoria; Christopher E Lalonde, University of Victoria; Lisa B
Spanierman, McGill University; Mariam Najih, McGill University
#49
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
#50
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
GROUP NEGOTIATED CONSTRUCTION OF CULTURAL VALUES: A QUALITATIVE
STUDY OF PARTICIPANTS’ INTERACTION WITH THE PORTRAIT VALUE
QUESTIONNAIRE
Diana Nizami, University of Guelph; Saba Mehrabkhani, University of Guelph; Elly Vinskas,
University of Guelph; Corey Ellis, University of Guelph
CROSS-CULTURAL EMOTION RECOGNITION IN ADULTS
Nicole Reyes, Ryerson University; Margaret Moulson, Ryerson University
#51
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
SECOND LANGUAGE CONFIDENCE: PERSPECTIVE ON CONTACT AND
INTERACTION
Sinthujaa Sampasivam, University of Ottawa; Richard Clement, University of Ottawa
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International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
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#52
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
HOW SURVIVORS OF THE KHMER ROUGE GENOCIDE USE BUDDHISM TO COPE
WITH GRIEF
Iulia Tudor, University of British Columbia; Jelena Brcic, University of British Columbia
#53
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE REALITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE: THE EXPECTATIONS
AND CHALLENGES FACED BY INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Jana Vigor, York University
#54
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
COMPARING INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC UNDERGRADUATES’ UNIVERSITY
EXPERIENCES
Elizabeth Wachala, York University; Maxine G Wintre, York University; Saeid Chavoshi, York
University
#55
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
INVESTIGATING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN BICULTURAL IDENTITY,
BILINGUALISM, AND COGNITION
Alexandria West, York University; Jessica Tran, York University; Doug McCann, York
University
#56
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
SEARCHING FOR MISSING LINKS: THE ROLE OF EXPECTATIONS AND
ACCULTURATION IN PSYCHOSOCIAL ADAPTATION IN AN IMMIGRANT
COMMUNITY IN MONTREAL
Esther (Esphire) Yakobov, Concordia University; Tomas Jurcik, Concordia University; Rana
Ahmed, Concordia University; Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University
#57
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE ACCULTURATION OF BOSNIAN REFUGEES LIVING IN ONTARIO AND
QUÉBEC: DOES CONTEXT MATTER?
Marta Young, University of ottawa; Blanka Miletic, University of Ottawa; Martina Markovic,
University of Ottawa
#58
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
PERCEIVED DISCRIMINATION AND BICULTURAL IDENTITY INTEGRATION:
THE ROLE OF RELIGIOUS IDENTITY
Sadia Zafar, York University; Michaela Hynie, York University
#59
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
DISTINGUISHING PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOMATIC SYMPTOMS IN
DEPRESSION: EVIDENCE FROM FACTOR ANALYSIS ON CHINESE CLINICAL
SAMPLES
Yue Zhao, Concordia university; Jiahong Sun, Concordia University; Jessica Dere, Concordia
University; Andrew G Ryder, Concordia university
#60
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
EMOTIONAL REACTIONS OF HETEROSEXUAL MEN TO GAY IMAGERY
CJ Bishop, University of Saskatchewan
#61
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GAY MEN’S STEREOTYPIC BELIEFS ABOUT
DRAG QUEENS AND THEIR ENDORSEMENT OF HYPERMASCULINITY
CJ Bishop, University of Saskatchewan; Mark Kiss, University of Saskatchewan; Todd G.
Morrison, University of Saskatchewan; Damien M. Rushe, Trinity College Dublin; Jacqueline
Specht, University of Saskatchewan
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ANTI-GAY SLURS USAGE AS A STRATEGY FOR COPING WITH NEGATIVE
AFFECT AMONG GENDER-THREATENED HETEROSEXUAL MEN
Tyler L Brown, McGill University; Nathan G Smith, McGill University
#63
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
A QUALITATIVE EXPLORATION OF THE PERCEIVED BENEFITS AND
CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH DOMINANT AND SUBMISSIVE BDSM
ORIENTATIONS
Alisa Butler, St. Francis Xavier University; Angela Weaver, St. Francis Xavier University
#64
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SOMEWHERE UNDER THE RAINBOW: ARE LGBTQ INDIVIDUALS A
HOMOGENEOUS GROUP?
Emma Dargie, Queen’s University; Karen L Blair, University of Utah; Caroline F Pukall,
Queen’s University
#65
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF LGBT IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
Nate Fuks, McGill
#66
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
LE RÔLE DE LA CONSOMMATION DE SUBSTANCES PSYCHOACTIVES DANS LA
VIOLENCE PERPÉTRÉE ET SUBIE DANS LES RELATIONS AMOUREUSES (VRA)
DES ADOLESCENTES
Jesse Gervais, Université du Québec à Montréal; Martin Blais, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Martine Hébert, Université du Québec à Montréal; Kathleen Boucher, Université
du Québec à Montréal; Le Groupe d’étude PAJ, Université du Québec à Montréal
#67
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
FEMME: NAVIGATING QUEER BOUNDARIES AND IN-GROUP DISCRIMINATION
Rhea A Hoskin, Queen’s University; Karen Blair, University of Utah
#68
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
DOES THE LOSS OF CLOSE FRIENDS (NON-SEXUAL) FOR TRANSSEXUAL
MALES, AGED 18-25, AFFECT THEIR SELF-ESTEEM NEGATIVELY?
Nasima Mehraban, University of Guelph -Humber
#69
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
THE STABILITY OF MATE VALUE AND ATTACHMENT STYLES: DO POSITIVE
OR NEGATIVE EVENTS TRIGGER RE-ASSESSMENT?
Kimberly Moule, Saint Mary’s University; Maryanne L Fisher, Saint Mary’s University
#70
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
“I AM HE”: MALE GENDER IDENTITY, CONFORMITY TO MASCULINE NORMS,
AND WELL BEING IN MEN
Adam Myatt, Saint Mary’s University
#71
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
REALITY CHECK: BARRIERS TO SAFE SEX EDUCATION FOR HEALTH CARE
PROFESSIONALS
Geoffrey L. Plint, McGill University; Nathan G. Smith, McGill University
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Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
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#72
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
AN EXPLORATION OF FEMALE SAME SEX BEHAVIOR RELATIVE TO
ALLOMOTHERING AND GROOMING IN A GROUP OF CAPTIVE BONOBOS IN
RELATION TO HUMAN FEMALE SAME SEX BEHAVIOUR
Sarah Radtke, Ryerson University
#73
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
ANXIETY AND SCHOOL SUPPORT AS DETERMINANTS OF MENTAL HEALTH
STATUS IN SEXUAL MINORITY YOUTH
Sylvie Roy, CPE Treehouse Childcare Centre; Nancy Heath, McGill University; Michael
Sornberger, McGill University
#74
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
AGENCY, AGE, SEX AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION PREDICT DISCORDANCE
BETWEEN SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND SEXUAL ATTRACTION
Malvina N Skorska, Brock University; Anthony F Bogaert, Brock University
#75
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
THAT’S SO GAY! OR IS IT?: EXPLORING HEGEMONIC IDENTITY
HIERARCHIES IN POPULAR GAY MAGAZINES
Alexander T Vasilovsky, Ryerson University; Skyler Fitzpatrick, Ryerson University;
Stephanie Cosma, Ryerson University; Maria Gurevich, Ryerson University
#76
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
TIMING OF COMING OUT IN GAY/BISEXUAL MEN AND LESBIAN/BISEXUAL
WOMEN: THE ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCE PREDICTORS
Karolina Walczyk, Brock University; Malvina N Skorska, Brock University; Anthony F
Bogaert, Brock University
#77
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la
personnalité
CONDITIONS OF BLAME: DO INTELLIGENCE AND EXCUSE COMPLEXITY
AFFECT BLAME ATTRIBUTIONS?
Gillian C. Tohver, The University of Western Ontario
#78
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la
personnalité
BLAME RECOVERY: MODELING THE EFFECTS OF PERSONALITY, AGE, AND
GENDER ON BLAME ATTRIBUTIONS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AFTER
A FAILED ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP
Gillian C Tohver, The University of Western Ontario; Don H Saklofske, The University of
Western Ontario
#79
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
ANTÉCÉDENTS DU DISCOURS INTERNE DES ATHLÈTES : UNE REVUE DE LA
LITTÉRATURE
Véronique Boudreault, Université Laval; Christiane Trottier, Université Laval; Martin D.
Provencher, École de Psychologie, Université Laval
#80
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
#81
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
WHAT MOVES YOU? IMPLICATIONS OF GOAL CONTENT AND MOTIVATION ON
WELL-BEING IN EXERCISE
Susanna Cheung, University of Ottawa; Luc G Pelletier, University of Ottawa
#82
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
THE ROLE OF PARENTS AND COACHES IN PREDICTING CONSEQUENTIAL
SPORT PARTICIPATION OUTCOMES: A DAILY TRAINING DIARY STUDY
Véronique Franche, Université d’Ottawa; Patrick Gaudreau, Université d’Ottawa;
Marie-Claude Fecteau, Université d’Ottawa
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GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COPING WITH COMPETITION IN CANADIAN
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ATHLETES. CAN COGNITIVE APPRAISAL
EXPLAIN GENDER EFFECTS?
Peter RE Crocker, UBC; Coralie Riendeau, UBC; Amber D Mosewich, UBC; Patrick Gaudreau,
University of Ottawa; Kent C Kowalski, University of Saskatchewan; Catherine M Sabiston,
University of Toronto
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPORT-CONFIDENCE AND PERFORMANCE
Alexis Gagnon-Dolbec, Bishop’s University; Stuart McKelvie, Bishop’s University; Joseph
Eastwood, Bishop’s University
#84
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
ACTIVE CHILDREN, INACTIVE CHILDREN: THE IMPACT OF
CHILDREN’S SPORTS PARTICIPATION ON PARENTS’ PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY
Cecilia Jorgenson, Carleton University; Anne Bowker, Carleton University
#85
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
LE VISIONNEMENT DE VIDÉO COMME PRATIQUE DÉLIBÉRÉE CHEZ DES
SKIEURS DE BOSSES : INSTRUMENT DE RÉSOLUTION D’UNE DIFFICULTÉ SPORTIVE
Daphné Laurin-Landry, Université du Québec à Montréal, Université Blaise-Pascal; Arnaud
Laurin-Landry, Université du Québec à Montréal; Camille Michaud, Université du Québec
à Montréal; Maryvonne Merri, Université du Québec à Montréal; Michel Récopé, Université
Blaise-Pascal
#86
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
IMPROVING THE COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL FUNCTIONING OF ADHD
THROUGH EXERCISE
Jennifer Lavoie, McGill University; Jessica Ruglis, McGill University; Claire LeBlanc,
Montreal Children’s Hospital
#87
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
WHAT CAUSES SOCIAL FACILITATION IN ATHLETES AND NON-ATHLETES ON
DIFFERENT TASKS?
Jordan S. Lefebvre, Bishops University; Walter S. Marcantoni, Bishops University
#88
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
ATTACHMENT STYLE AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION IN A SAMPLE OF
WOMEN RUGBY PLAYERS
Bethany McNeill, Saint Francis Xavier University; Margo C Watt, Saint Francis Xavier
University; Kim Maclean, Saint Francis Xavier University
#89
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
ÉTAYAGE PAR LES PARENTS D’UNE PRATIQUE DÉLIBÉRÉE DE SIMULATION
DE SKI DE BOSSES AU MOYEN DE «BALLONS BOSSUS» : ÉTUDE DE CAS
D’UN SKIEUR DE BOSSES EXPERT
Camille Michaud, Université du Québec à Montréal; Daphné Laurin-Landry, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Maryvonne Merri, Université du Québec à Montréal
#90
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
GENÈSE INSTRUMENTALE D’UNE PRATIQUE DÉLIBÉRÉE DE TRAMPOLINE :
ÉTUDE DE CAS D’UN CHAMPION DE SKI DE BOSSES
Camille Michaud, Université du Québec à Montréal; Daphné Laurin-Landry, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Maryvonne Merri, Université du Québec à Montréal; Michel Récopé, Université
Blaise-Pascal
#91
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
AUTONOMOUS MOTIVATION CAN MODERATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
EXTRAVERSION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG EMERGING ADULTS
Amélie Morinville, University of Ottawa; Dave Miranda, University of Ottawa
#92
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
AN EVIDENCE-BASED CURRICULUM FOR TEACHING COUNSELLING SKILLS
FOR SPORT AND FITNESS PROFESSIONALS
Heather Purnell, University of Alberta
#93
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
LES ATTITUDES ET LES COMPORTEMENTS ALIMENTAIRES DES ATHLÈTES
FÉMININES PRATIQUANT UN SPORT ESTHÉTIQUE À UN HAUT NIVEAU:
COMPARAISON AVEC UN GROUPE CONTRÔLE
Marie-Ève Turgeon, Université de Montréal; Dominique Meilleur, Université de Montréal
#94
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
EMOTION IN AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: EFFECTS OF TRAINING,
ABSORPTION AND OFFENSIVE IMAGERY
Kaitlin Baur, Mount Saint Vincent University; Angela R. Birt, Mount Saint Vincent
University
THURSDAY / JEUDI
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Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
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Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
PERCEIVED NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION FROM PARENTS: THE
RELATIONSHIP TO COLLEGE WOMEN’S BODY IMAGE
Michelle C Conan, University of Saskatchewan; Gerald R Farthing, University of
Saskatchewan
#96
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
RESEARCH-BASED MODEL FOR INFUSING SELF-CARE INTO A PROFESSIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM
Judith de la Serna Nasser, University of Alberta
#97
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
WHO IS TO BLAME? BITTERNESS AND REGRET AS COUNTERFACTUAL
EMOTIONS
Stella Dentakos, Concordia University; Carsten Wrosch, Concordia University; Tal Aviram,
Concordia University
#98
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
ASSESSING HARMFUL EFFECTS OF AN INTERNET-BASED MOTIVATIONAL
INTERVENTION ON ACHIEVEMENT IN POST-SECONDARY SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDENTS
Kyle A Hubbard, McGill University; Rebecca L Maymon, McGill University; Nathan C Hall,
McGill University
#99
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDHOOD BEREAVEMENT AND LATER
ELEMENTS OF WORLDVIEW
Jenny Jing Wen Liu, Ryerson University
#100
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY AND GENDER: DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS ON
COMPUTING-RELATED EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES
Rebecca L Maymon, McGill University; Anna Sverdlik, McGill University; John Ranellucci,
McGill University; Nathan C Hall, McGill University
#101
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
A SELF-STUDY OF THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF PSYCHOLOGY
GRADUATE STUDENTS
Jen Rouse, Ryerson University; Madelaine Burley, Ryerson University; Matilda Nowakowski,
Ryerson University; Leanne Wilkins, Ryerson University
#102
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
L’INFLUENCE DES IDENTITÉS SOCIALES MULTIPLES DANS L’ENDOSSEMENT
DE NORMES : LE CONTEXTE DE LA GRÈVE ÉTUDIANTE AU QUÉBEC
Sophie Sansfaçon, UQAM; Catherine E Amiot, UQAM
#103
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
PREVENTING ADVERSE REACTIONS TO WEB-BASED INTERVENTIONS: THE
“REMINDER” APPROACH
Anna Sverdlik, McGill University; Kyle A. Hubbard, McGill University; Nathan C. Hall,
McGill University
#104
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENT ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AT THE POST-SECONDARY LEVEL
Carina G Chiu, University of Calgary; John H Ellard, University of Calgary
#105
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
APPLYING FEMINIST PEDAGOGY TO INCREASE GENDER AWARENESS IN
TAIWANESE COLLEGE STUDENTS
Jennifer Ho, Mcgill University, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology; Ada L
Sinacore, Mcgill University, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology
#106
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
“THE CURIOSITY PROJECT”: RECAPTURING CURIOSITY, INCREASING COMPETENCE
AND STRENGTHENING SELF-EFFICACY THROUGH INTRINSICALLY-MOTIVATED
LEARNING IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Stacey MacKinnon, University of Prince Edward Island; Jessica H MacLeod, University of
Prince Edward Island
#107
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
TRACKING PERCEPTIONS OF RESEARCH IN INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
William McConnell, North Island College; John P Marton, North Island College
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PSYCHOLOGISTS’ USE OF CLINICAL INTUITIVE JUDGMENT: AN
EXPLORATORY RESEARCH
Natasa Mitrovic, Mount Saint Vincent University
#109
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
GOOD TEACHING: XVI. PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AND PREFERENCE
FOR IMMEDIATE EXAMINATION FEEDBACK
Nicholas Skinner, King’s University College
#110
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
FRENCH VALIDATION OF THE INTEGRATED MOTIVATION SCALE
(MCLACHLAN, SPRAY & HAGGER, 2011) FOR THE BEHAVIOURAL
REGULATION IN EXERCISE QUESTIONNAIRE (BREQ-II)/VALIDATION
FRANCOPHONE DE L’ÉCHELLE DE MOTIVATION INTÉGRÉE DU BREQ-II
Pier-Eric Chamberland, University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres; Paule Miquelon, University
of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres; Alexandre Gareau, University of Ottawa
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Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ET SI LES PSYCHOLOGUES REPOUSSAIENT LES FRONTIÈRES DE
L’ÉVALUATION DE POTENTIEL… (Simultaneous interpretation available/
traduction simultanée disponible)
Geneviève Leblanc, SPB Psychologie organisationnelle; Julie Grégoire, SPB Psychologie
organisationnelle; Christian Léveillé, SPB Psychologie organisationnelle
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du
développement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DU DÉVELOPPEMENT
Jean-Paul Boudreau, Ryerson University
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ABORIGINAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE AUTOCHTONE
Suzanne Stewart, OISE/Univ of Toronto
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d'affaires
CP EDITORIAL BUSINESS MEETING
Martin Drapeau, McGill University
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
CONDUCTING VALID ASSESSMENTS IN DIAGNOSING ADHD
Caroline Buzanko, University of Calgary
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
SCIENTISTS AND STORYTELLERS: EXAMINING THE ROLE OF QUALITATIVE
EVIDENCE FOR PRACTICE
Beth Haverkamp, University of British Columbia
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2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RNR’S THIRD PILLAR: RESPONSIVITY REVISITED
William (Bill) L. Marshall, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Queen’s
University
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
THEORY REVIEW SESSION “B” RELECTIONS ON
PSYCHOLOGY’S METANARRATIVE AND ITS HISTORY
#1
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS: A CAUTIONARY TALE IN CANADIAN
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1936-1943
John B Connors, Canadian University College
#2
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
TRANSCENDING POSITIVISM: THE AXIAL AGE CONSCIOUSNESS OF
PSYCHOLOGY
Christopher A Peet, The King’s University College
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT
Charlotte Young, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
SUMO FACE DATABASE: HOW TO USE THIS PUBLICLY AVAILABLE
HIGHLY-STANDARDIZED, VALIDATED DATABASE OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC
IMAGES OF FACES OF DIVERSE ETHNICITIES POSING EMOTIONAL OR
NEUTRAL EXPRESSIONS
Nicole A Sugden, Ryerson University; Margaret C Moulson, Ryerson University
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
IDENTIFYING AND RESOLVING FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS IN THERAPY: A
THEORETICAL AND EXPERIENTIAL PERSPECTIVE
Douglas J Tataryn, Private Practice/Adjunct Prof - U of Manitoba
2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE CLINIQUE
Margo C Watt, Saint Francis Xavier University
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2013-06-13 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Rural and Northern
Psychology/Psychologie
des communautés rurales
et nordiques
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RURAL AND NORTHERN PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DES COMMUNAUTÉS
RURALES ET NORDIQUES
Judi L Malone, Athabasca University; Cindy Hardy, University of Northern British Colombia;
Shelley Goodwin, Nova Scotia Department of Health; Jeffrey P Ansloos, Fuller School of
Psychology
2013-06-13 – 4:30 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 30 à 17 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) BOY INTERRUPTED
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-13 – 4:30 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 30 à 17 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
EXAMINING DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES IN TIME PERCEPTION
IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS, DOWN SYNDROME AND TYPICAL
DEVELOPMENT
Jacob A Burack, McGill University
A
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
A DEFICIT IN THE TIME ESTIMATION OF SHORT DURATIONS AMONG LOWER
FUNCTIONING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Cathryn Gordon Green, McGill University; Jason Ringo, McGill University; Heidi Flores,
McGill University; Gillian Klassen, McGill University; Reyhane Namdari, McGill University;
Darlene Brodeur, Acadia University; Jacob A Burack, McGill University
B
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
TIME ESTIMATION IN TYPICALLY DEVELOPING CHILDREN
Gillian Klassen, McGill University; Cathryn Gordon Green, McGill University; Darlene
Brodeur, Acadia University; Jacob A Burack, McGill University
C
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
TIME ESTIMATION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH DOWN SYNDROME: DO THEY HAVE
COMPROMISED TEMPORAL ABILITIES?
Jason Ringo, McGill University; Cathryn Gordon Green, McGill University; Heidi Flores,
McGill University; Gillian Klassen, McGill University; Reyhane Namdari, McGill University;
Darlene Brodeur, Acadia University; Jacob A Burack, McGill University
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
DEVELOPMENTAL SECTION: AWARDS & RECEPTION
Jean-Paul Boudreau, Ryerson University
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Suzanne Stewart, OISE/Univ of Toronto
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2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Lianne McLellan, Defence Research and Development Canada - Toronto
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Ada Sinacore, McGill University
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Howard Barbaree, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
INVITED ADDRESS: MANUEL RIEMER, WILFRID LAURIER U; ADA
LOCKRIDGE: AAMJIWNAANG FIRST NATION HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
COMMITTEE; ENVIRONMENT, AND JUSTICE: FROM CONSCIOUSNESS TO ACTION
Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University.
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/ORIENTATION
SEXUELLE ET IDENTITÉ SEXUELLE
Todd Morrison, University of Saskatchewan
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Margo Watt, Saint Francis Xavier University
2013-06-13 – 5:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 201C - QUEBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Rural and Northern
Psychology/Psychologie
des communautés rurales
et nordiques
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
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RECEPTION
Judi L Malone, Athabasca University
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Reception/Réception
PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION/RÉCEPTION PRÉSIDENTIELLE
CPA’s President is very glad to be joined by the President of the OPQ in hosting a reception for all convention delegates. The reception,
customarily held on Thursday evening, is an opportunity for delegates to meet and mingle in a more informal atmosphere while sharing
some food, drink and conversation.
La présidente de la SCP est très heureuse d’avoir comme partenaire la présidente de l’OPQ pour organiser une réception à laquelle
sont conviés tous les délégués du congrès. Cette réception, qui se tient comme d’habitude le jeudi soir, est l’occasion pour les délégués
de se rencontrer et de se mêler à tous les participants dans une atmosphère détendue, tout en prenant un verre, en dégustant des
amuse-bouche et en bavardant
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2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
BUILDING AN UNDERSTANDING OF PSYCHOLOGY: GRADUATE STUDENTS AS
PUBLIC EDUCATORS
Rebecca K Metcalfe, Ryerson University; Andrew E Brankley, Ryerson University; Jeanine
Lane, Ryerson University; Jared Allen, Ryerson University; Justin Feeney, University of Western
Ontario; John Walker, University of Manitoba
2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
ADAPTING MENTAL TREATMENT FOR YOUTH WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES:
KEY COMPONENTS AND LESSONS LEARNED ACROSS THREE INTERVENTIONS
Karen Milligan, Ryerson University
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MENTAL HEALTH AND LEARNING DISABILITIES: A DUAL LENS APPROACH
TO OPTIMIZING TREATMENT
Karen Milligan, Ryerson University; Marjory Phillips, Integra
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ENHANCING SOCIAL COMPETENCE IN CHILDREN WITH LEARNING
DISABILITIES: KEY TREATMENT COMPONENTS AND PROCESSES
Marjory Phillips, Integra; Karen Milligan, Ryerson University; Trish McKeough, Integra
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
IMPACT OF A SUMMER RESIDENTIAL THERAPEUTIC CAMP FOR CHILDREN
AND YOUTH WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
Trish McKeough, Integra; Marjory Phillips, Integra; Karen Milligan, Ryerson University
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INTEGRATING ACTIVITY-BASED MINDFULNESS TRAINING INTO THERAPY
WITH YOUTH WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
Karen Milligan, Ryerson University; Paul Badali, Integra
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A SEMI-STRUCTURED CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW – SCREENING
INSTRUMENT
Michael Zwiers, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
NEW APPROACHES IN FORGIVENESS RESEARCH
Sana Rizvi, University of Waterloo; Ramona D Bobocel, University of Waterloo
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE DARK SIDE OF SELF-FORGIVENESS
Michael J.A. Wohl, Carleton University
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF VICTIMS’ POST-TRANSGRESSION REACTIONS ON
APOLOGIES
Ward Struthers, York University; Careen Khoury, York University; Josh Guilfoyle, York
University; Curtis Phills, University of Western Ontario; Elizabeth van Monsjou, York University
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SEEKING REDEMPTION: PERPETRATORS’ MOTIVES FOR MAKING AMENDS IN
THE AFTERMATH OF A TRANSGRESSION IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP
Susan D Boon, University of Calgary; Jemma C FitzGerald, University of Calgary; Nevicia F
Case, University of Calgary
D
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
FORGIVENESS AND REPENTANCE: THE BENEFITS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL
DISTANCE
Ramona D Bobocel, University of Waterloo; Sana Rizvi, University of Waterloo
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2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE CANADIAN INTEGRATION OF DIFFERENT IMMIGRANT POPULATIONS
Anusha Kassan, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education
- UBC
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EXPERIENCES OF CULTURAL TRANSITIONING AMONG ADOLESCENT
NEWCOMERS
Negin M Naraghi, The University of British Columbia; Anusha Kassan, Department of
Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education - UBC
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EXAMINING THE CURRENT LITERATURE ON YOUNG ADULT IMMIGRANTS’
CULTURAL IDENTITY FOLLOWING THEIR TRANSITION INTO CANADA AND
ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR COUNSELLING
Julie Cohen, The University of British Columbia; Anusha Kassan, Department of Educational
and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education - UBC
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
LIFE AFTER MIGRATION: THE CANADA INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS IN
SAME-SEX BI-NATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Megan Suehn, The University of British Columbia; Anusha Kassan, Department of Educational
and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education - UBC; Nadine Nakamura, University of
La Verne
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
USING QUALITATIVE METHODS TO EXPLORE RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS AT
A CANADIAN UNIVERSITY
Lisa Spanierman, McGill University; Helen A Neville, Discussant, University of Illinois
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE “PERPETUAL FOREIGNER” ON CAMPUS: RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS
TARGETING EAST ASIAN CANADIANS
Sara Houshmand, McGill University; Emily Y Clare, McGill University; Sumin Na, McGill
University; Lisa Spanierman, McGill University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EXPLORING RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS AT UNIVERSITY: SOUTH ASIAN
CANADIAN EXPERIENCES
Gauthamie Poolokasingham, McGill University; Lisa Spanierman, McGill University; Sela
Kleiman, McGill University
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS AT A TOP-RANKED UNIVERSITY: THE
ABORIGINAL EXPERIENCE
Sela Kleiman, McGill University; D. Anthony Clark, University of Illinois; Lisa
Spanierman, McGill University; Gauthamie Poolokasingham, McGill University
D
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS EXPERIENCED BY ARAB MUSLIM MEN AND
WOMEN ON CAMPUS
Mariam Najih, McGill University; Lisa Spanierman, McGill University
2013-06-14 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SINGING AND NEW RESEARCH TOOLS
Annabel J Cohen, University of Prince Edward Island
A
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
INFANTS PREFER SPEECH TO SINGING ONLY WHEN SPEECH SOUNDS
HAPPIER
Mariève Corbeil, BRAMS, Université de Montréal; Sandra E Trehub, BRAMS and University of
Toronto; Isabelle Peretz, BRAMS, Université de Montréal
B
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
APPLICATION OF A NEW TOOL FOR DESCRIBING SINGING ABILITY: A
STUDY ON ICELANDIC 5-YEAR-OLD’S SINGING ABILITY USING
ITEMS FROM THE AIRS TEST BATTERY
Helga R Gudmundsdottir, BRAMS International laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research
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Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
AIRS DIGITAL LIBRARY FOR RESEARCH ON SINGING
Annabel Cohen, University of Prince Edward Island; Michael A Forrester, School of
Psychology, University of Kent; Jonathan M Lane, University of Prince Edward Island; Donald
Moses, Robertson Library, University of Prince Edward Island; Bing-Yi Pan, University of Prince
Edward Island
2013-06-14 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ADDICTION PSYCHOLOGY/TOXICOMANIES
Abby Goldstein, University of Toronto
2013-06-14 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DE LA FAMILLE
2013-06-14 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Psychology in the Military/
Psychologie du milieu militaire
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOLOGY IN THE MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGIE DU MILIEU MILITAIRE
Peter Bradley, Royal Military College of Canada
2013-06-14 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
FELLOWS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE
David Dozois, University of Western Ontario
2013-06-14 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOLOGISTS IN HOSPITALS AND HEALTH CENTRES/PSYCHOLOGUES EN
MILIEU HOSPITALIER ET EN CENTRES DE SANTÉ
Kerry Mothersill, Alberta Health Services; Bob McIlwraith, Dept of Clinical Health
Psychology; Joyce D’Eon, The Ottawa Hospital; Vicky Veitch Wolfe, IWK Health Centre; Paul
Greeman, Universite du Quebec en Outaouais
2013-06-14 – 9:00 AM to 9:55 AM – 9 h 00 à 9 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
CPA Honorary Presidential
Address/Allocation du
président d’honneur
A CALL TO ARMS: A DISCUSSION OF WHY THE TIMING IS RIGHT TO RECLAIM
THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN TREATING MENTAL ILLNESS AND TO ACCESS
PUBLIC HEALTH FUNDING (Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
The Honourable Mr. Justice Edward F Ormston, Consent and Capacity Board
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2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
RISQUE ET DÉLINQUANCE CHEZ LES JEUNES ASSOCIÉS AUX GANGS DE RUE
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal; Catherine Laurier, Centre jeunesse de
Montréal-Institut universitaire; Chantal Fredette, Université de Montréal; Geneviève Parent,
Université de Montréal; Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
LE MAC-GANG : UN OUTIL INÉDIT D’ÉVALUATION DE L’ADHÉSION À LA
CULTURE DES GANGS
Chantal Fredette, Université de Montréal; Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
LES JEUNES ASSOCIÉS AUX GANGS DE RUE : COMPORTEMENTS À RISQUE
ET CONSÉQUENCES
Catherine Laurier, Centre jeunesse de Montréal-Institut universitaire; Manuelle Bériault,
Université de Sherbrooke; Patricia Brosseau, Université de Montréal
C
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
FACTEURS DE PROTECTION, PSYCHOPATHIE ET GANG DE RUE
Geneviève Parent, Université de Montréal; Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal
D
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
LA MISE EN PLACE D’UN MODÈLE MULTIDIMENSIONNEL DES GANGS
DE RUE: ENJEUX THÉORIQUES ET PRATIQUES
Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal; Sébastien Dubois, Université de Montréal
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA Invited Speaker/
Conférencière
invitée de la SCP
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECONCEPTUALIZING PTSD AND ENHANCING TREATMENT: HARNESSING THE
HEALING POWER OF RELATIONSHIPS
Candice M. Monson, Ryerson University
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
ENHANCING ACCESS TO PYSCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FOR CANADIANS:
MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE AND DELIVERING THE BUSINESS MODEL
Karen Cohen, CEO, Canadian Psychological Association; Meagan Hatch, (Manager of Public
Affairs and Communications), Canadian Psychological Association
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
NEUROBIOLOGICAL DECISION-MAKING: THEORY AND EVIDENCE
David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences/Dept of Psychology, UTSC
A
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF IMPULSIVE PERSONALITY TO POSITIVE MOOD
INDUCTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNSOUND DECISION-MAKING
Sabrina Everett, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Lucas Ogura,
Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto Scarborough; Li Nan Xu, Dept. of Psychology University
of Toronto Scarborough; Rebecca Tzalazidis, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto
Scarborough; Gwen Kakouris, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Wade
Deamond, Graduate Program, Clinical Fielding University; Stan Dieneka, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Toronto Scarborough; Song Ping, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto
Scarborough; David Nussbaum, Dept. of Psychology, UTSC/Ontario Shores Centre for Mental
Health Sciences
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EEG, MOOD INDUCTION, EEG BAND POWER, AND DECISION-MAKING:
EVALUATION OF THE EIGHT-ELEMENT MODEL
Li Nan Xu, Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto Scarborough; Wade Deamond, Graduate
Program, Clinical Fielding University; Lucas Ogura, Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto
Scarborough; Gwen Kakouris, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Rebecca
Tzalazidis, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Song Ping, Dept. of
Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Stan Dieneka, Dept. of Psychology, University of
Toronto Scarborough; Sabrina Everett, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough;
David Nussbaum, Dept. of Psychology, UTSC/Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
C
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
ARE EFFECTS OF INDUCED MOOD CHANGES ON DECISION-MAKING MEDIATED
BY MODEL ELEMENTS?
Gwen Kakouris, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Rebecca Tzalazidis,
Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Sabrina Everett, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Toronto Scarborough; Lucas Ogura, Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto
Scarborough; Li Nan Xu, Dept. of Psychology University of Toronto Scarborough; Wade Deamond,
Graduate Program, Clinical Fielding University; Song Ping, Dept. of Psychology, University of
Toronto Scarborough; Stan Dieneka, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; David
Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences; David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores
Centre for Mental Health Sciences
D
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
PERSONALITY VARIABILITY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON
DECISION-MAKING
Rebecca Tzalazidis, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Gwen Kakouris,
Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Lucas Ogura, Dept. of Psychology
University of Toronto Scarborough; Stan Dieneka, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto
Scarborough; Wade Deamond, Graduate Program, Clinical Fielding University; Sabrina Everett,
Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Li Nan Xu, Dept. of Psychology University
of Toronto Scarborough; Song Ping, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; David
Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Award/Prix
PRESIDENT’S NEW RESEARCHER’S AWARD SYMPOSIUM/
SYMPOSIUM POUR LES RÉCIPIENDAIRES DU PRIX DU NOUVEAU CHERCHEUR
Jennifer Frain, New Directions for Children Youth Adults and Families; Vina Goghari,
University of Calgary; Naomi Koerner, Ryerson University; Christopher Mushquash, Lakehead
University
#1
FACIAL EMOTION RECOGNITION DEFICITS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
Vina Goghari, University of Calgary
#2
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND TREATMENT OF
GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER
Naomi Koerner, Ryerson University
#3
CULTURE AND CONTEXT: DEVELOPING SUBSTANCE USE INTERVENTIONS FOR
FIRST NATIONS ADOLESCENTS
Christopher Mushquash, Lakehead University
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THEORY REVIEW SESSION
#1
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
COGNITIVE TRAINING IN HEALTHY AGING: A BEACON OF HOPE
Peter Graf, University of British Columbia
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FRIDAY / VENDREDI
B
Psychopharmacology/
Psychopharmacologie
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#2
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AS THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION:
THEORETICAL EXPLANATIONS OF TREATMENT BENEFIT
William E. Hanson, Ph.D., University of Alberta
#3
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SELF-COMPASSION THROUGH A CULTURAL LENS
K Jessica Van Vliet, University of Alberta
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES OF NON-STANDARD WORKERS: INTERACTING
WITH CLIENTS, COWORKERS, AND COMPETITORS
Catherine Connelly, McMaster University
A
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE MORE, THE MERRIER? EXAMINING BOTH STANDARD AND CONTINGENT
WORKER REACTIONS TO WORKFORCE BLENDING IN SIX EUROPEAN
COUNTRIES
Michael Clinton, King’s College London; Claudia Bernhard-Oettel, Stockholm University;
Jeroen de Jong, Tilburg University; Thomas Rigotti, Leipzig University
B
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
A CROSS-NATIONAL ANALYSIS OF PART-TIME WORK: EVIDENCE FROM CALL CENTRES
Danielle van Jaarsveld, University of British Columbia; Hyunji Kwon, University of London,
King’s College
C
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
GLAMOROUS PERHAPS, BUT STILL PRECARIOUS: PROJECT-BASED WORK IN
THE HIGH-TECH AND CULTURAL SECTORS
Johanna Weststar, University of Western Ontario
D
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE EFFECTS OF INCREMENTAL CONTRACT CHANGES ON INDEPENDENT
CONTRACTORS’ ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS
Catherine Connelly, McMaster; Claudia Bernhard-Oettel, Stockholm University
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
FROM PAST SELVES TO FUTURE SELVES: DAILY MENTAL TIME TRAVELS
AND THE SELF
Frederick Grouzet, University Of Victoria
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MENTAL TIME TRAVEL ABILITY
Cristina M. Atance, University of Ottawa
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
POST-VALENTINE AND PRE-EASTER: HOW TEMPORAL LANDMARKS CAN
STRUCTURE THE MENTAL MAP OF TIME
Johanna Peetz, Carleton University; Anne E. Wilson, Wilfrid Laurier University
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LAY THEORIES OF CHANGE OR STABILITY HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR HOW
WE THINK ABOUT SELVES OVER TIME
Anne E. Wilson, Wilfrid Laurier University; Cindy Ward, Wilfrid Laurier University; Scott
Leith, Wilfrid Laurier University; Miranda Giacomin, Wilfrid Laurier University
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DAILY MENTAL TIME TRAVEL AND SELF-IDENTITY
Frederick M.E. Grouzet, University Of Victoria
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
“HISTORIES AND HISTORIANS OF CPA”
Marissa Barnes, York University
A
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
MARY J. WRIGHT: RESEARCHER, TEACHER AND BUILDER
Laura C Ball, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care; Frances Cherry, Carleton University
B
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
EDWARD C. WEBSTER (1909-1989): THE PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC
RECOGNITION OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADA
John Connors, Canadian University College
C
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
PERSISTENT CLAIMS REGARDING THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
Katalin Dzinas, Toronto, ON
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Round-Table
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Table ronde
ROUND-TABLE CONVERSATION SESSION “A”/
SÉANCE DE CONVERSATION DE TABLE RONDE
1- 19847 (Clinical Psychology ) Scott, Katreena; 2- 20902 (Community Psychology) Alani, Taslim; 3- 19822 (Counselling Psychology )
Myers, Sharon; 4- 20866 (Counselling Psychology ) Titus, Jennifer; 5 - 20028 (International and Cross-Cultural Psychology ) BélangerDumontier, Gabrielle; 6 -20805 (Psychologists in Education ) Ford, Laurie; 7 -19614 (Psychology and Religion ) Abbondanza, Mona
#1
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INTERVENTING WITH MEN AT HIGH-RISK FOR PERPETRATING VIOLENCE IN
THEIR FAMILIES
Katreena Scott, University of Toronto
#2
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
REDEVELOPING MENTAL HEALTH CARE: A DISCUSSION OF THE PARALLELS
BETWEEN MENTAL HEATH CARE AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Taslim Alani, Lakehead University; Uko O. Abara, Lakehead University
#3
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
YOU CAN TAKE IT WITH YOU:THE ABIDING NATURE OF EMPATHIC
CONNECTIONS
Sharon A Myers, University of New Brunswick; Catherine M White, Queens University
#4
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
INTERSECTIONS OF ART AND DISABILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR
INDIVIDUALS LIVING WITH IMPAIRMENT
Jennifer Titus, McGill University; Ada Sinacore, McGill University
#5
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CONSIDÉRATION ÉTHIQUES EN RECHERCHE AUPRÈS DES RÉFUGIÉS : UNE
RECENSION CRITIQUE DES ÉCRITS
Gabrielle Bélanger-Dumontier, Université du Québec à Montréal; Mélanie Vachon, Université
du Québec à Montréal
57
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Oral Paper Session/
Séance de présentation orale
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN’: SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADA, WHERE
WE ARE AND WHERE ARE WE HEADING
Laurie Ford, University of British Columbia; Damien Cormier, University of Alberta; Serge
Lacroix, University of British Columbia; Judith Wiener, OISE/University of Toronto; William
McKee, University of British Columbia
#7
Psychology and Religion/
Psychologie et religion
EXPLORING CURRENT AND POTENTIAL NETWORKS AND TIES BETWEEN
PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY INTEREST GROUPS IN
NORTH-AMERICA AND IN EUROPE
Mona Abbondanza, Université du Québec à Montréal
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/Examen
Théorique
THEORY REVIEW SESSION
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
#1
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
NEW HORIZON IN PSYCHOLOGY OF RETIREMENT
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
#2
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
CONVERGE THEORIES IN CAREER PSYCHOLOGY
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
#3
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
TOWARD A CONTEXTUAL MULTICULTURAL COUNSELLING THEORY
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) HAPPY (2011)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
RESILIENCE IN CONTEXT
Caroline Burnley, Vancouver Island University; Ruth Kirson, Vancouver Island University;
Jean King, Vancouver Island University; Caroline E. Burnley, Vancouver Island University
A
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
A POSITIVE TRANSITION IN ADULTHOOD: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE
EXPERIENCES OF ADOLESCENT MOTHERS IN NANAIMO, BC
Jean King, Vancouver Island University; Ruth Kirson, Vancouver Island University; Caroline
Burnley, Vancouver Island University
B
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF AIDS
Caroline Burnley, Vancouver Island University; Ruth Kirson, Vancouver Island University
C
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
CULTIVATING RESILIENCE IN FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENTS
Ruth Kirson, Vancouver Island University; Caroline Burnley, Vancouver Island University;
Kathryn King, UBC Family Practice Residency Program
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Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE INTERNATIONAL PARENTING SURVEY-CANADA: A NOVEL WAY TO WORK
WITH COMUNITY PARTNERS
Catherine M Lee, University of Ottawa; Steven Feldgaier, Health Child Manitoba
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COLLABORATING WITH COMMUNITY AGENCIES: CHALLENGES AND REWARDS
Whitney D Taylor, University of Ottawa; Diane Dennis, Government of Alberta; Catherine M
Lee, University of Ottawa
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PROFILING FATHERS’ PARENTING EXPERIENCE: INSIGHTS FROM THE
IPS-C
Jeffrey L Perron, University of Ottawa; Philip Smith, University of Prince Edward Island
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LA VERSION FRANÇAISE DE L’ENQUÊTE: ENJEUX DE TRADUCTION
Annie Lamonde, Centre Psychosocial pour enfants et familles; Marie-Hélène Gagné,
Université Laval; Geneviève Piché, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Marie-Eve Clément,
Université du Québec en Outaouais; Marie-Andrée Poirier, Université de Montréal
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF NEW MEASURES OF CHILD ADJUSTMENT AND
PARENTING PRACTICES IN A LARGE CANADIAN SAMPLE
Kathy Chan, University of Ottawa
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
ACCULTURATION RESEARCH IN CANADA: WISDOM, VALUES, STEREOTYPES,
AND MULTICULTURALISM
Saba Safdar, University of Guelph; Saba Safdar, University of Guelph
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
INDIAN IMMIGRANT WISDOM
Michel Ferrari, OISE University of Toronto; Divya Sharma, University of Baroda; Sharni
Takahashi Sandhar, OIRSE University of Toronto
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE IMPORTANCE OF BELIEFS AND VALUES FOR THE ADAPTATION OF
IMMIGRATIONS
Saba Safdar, University of Guelph; Stryker Calvez, University of Guelph
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
TOO ASIAN? A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MEDIA PORTRAYALS OF ASIAN
CANADIAN STUDENTS
Richard N Lalonde, York University; Evelina Lou, York University; Jia Leung, York
University
D
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
RESEARCH ON MULTICULTURALISM IN CANADA
John W Berry, Queen’s University
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATIONAL
INTERVENTION RESEARCH
James Parker, Trent University
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Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EARLY-CHILDHOOD ANTECEDENTS OF ADOLESCENTS’ TRAIT EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENCE: MULTI-YEAR IMPACT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR
DEVELOPMENTAL PLASTICITY
Kateryna V Keefer, Trent University; James Parker, Trent University; Ronald R Holden,
Queen’s University
B
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
PROFILES OF BULLYING BEHAVIOUR AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN
ADOLESCENTS
Patricia H Kloosterman, Trent University; James Parker, Trent University; Laura J.
Summerfeldt, Trent University
C
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
STUDENTS “AT RISK” FOR DROPPING OUT: EI AND STUDENT MENTORING
Robyn N. Taylor, University of Guelph; Whitney A. Philippi, Trent University; Holly A.
Kristensen, Trent University; Laura M. Wood, OCAD University
D
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF EI TRAINING ON PRE-SERVICE TEACHER
WELLBEING AND EFFICACY
Ashley K. Vesely, University of Western Ontario; Donald H. Saklofske, University of
Western Ontario; David W. Nordstokke, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MEETING
Sylvie Bourgeois, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
2013-06-14 – 11:30 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
Science & Application
Keynote Address/Conférence
“Science et Application”
COMPUTERS AND PSYCHOSOCIAL TREATMENTS FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS IN YOUTH
Philip C Kendall, Temple University
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘D’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
NUMÉRIQUE
Brain and Cognitive Science/Cerveau et sciences cognitive ; Women and Psychology/Femmes et psychologie
#1
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
THE AUTOMATICITY OF THE DORSAL STREAM
Megan Howe, Grant MacEwan University; Chris Striemer, Grant MacEwan University
#2
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
OSCILLATIONS AND STIMULUS DISCRIMINATION IN NETWORKS OF SPIKING
NEURONS
Eric S Kuebler, University of Ottawa; Elise Bonnema, University of Ottawa; James
McCorriston, McGill University; Jean-Philippe Thivierge, University of Ottawa
#3
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF OCULOMOTOR DELAYED RESPONSE TASKS:
EXPLORING DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCES IN VISUAL-SPATIAL SHORT
TERM MEMORY NETWORKS
Carleigh Sanderson, Brock University; Ayda Tekok-Kilic, Brock University
#4
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
ATTENDING TO THE WHOLE PERSON IN PREGNANCY, BIRTH, AND
POSTPARTUM ADJUSTMENT: A PROPOSAL FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY
COLLABORATION IN PERINATAL CARE
Janelle Kwee, Trinity Western University; Hillary McBride, Trinity Western University
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Poster/Affiche
POSTER SESSION “D”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Aboriginal Psychology/Psychologie autochtone ; Brain and Cognitive Science/Cerveau et sciences cognitive ; Clinical Neuropsychology/Neuropsychologie clinique ; Psychophysiology (Special Interest Group)/Psychophysiologie (Groupe d’intérêts spéciaux) ; Psychology and Religion/Psychologie et religion ; Adult Development and Aging/Développement adulte et vieillissement ; Quantitative
Methods/Méthodes quantitatives ; Women and Psychology/Femmes et psychologie
MOTIVATORS OF EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS FOR GR. 12 ABORIGINAL STUDENTS
Tim Claypool, University of Saskatchewan; Jane P Preston, University of Prince Edward
Island
#2
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
THE INFLUENCE OF EMPLOYERS ON THE WORK-LIFE IDENTITY OF
ABORIGINAL YOUTH
Nicole Elliott, University of Toronto
#3
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURAL-SOCIAL-CEREMONIAL-SPIRITUAL
ACTIVITIES FOR INDIGENOUS MEN AS THEY PURSUE HEALTH
Roger E John, University of British Columbia
#4
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY WELLBEING AMONG
FIRST NATIONS IN CANADA
Alexandra S Kruse, Lakehead University; Turina D Bruyere, Lakehead University; Aislin R
Mushquash, Dalhousie University; Christopher J Mushquash, Lakehead University;
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
#5
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
EXPLORING AN INSTITUTIONAL CONCEPTUALIZATION OF RESILIENCE: A
QUALITATIVE THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR
INUIT YOUTH
Andréanne Lemaire, Université du Québec à Montréal; Sarah L Fraser, Université de
Montréal; Mélanie Vachon, Université du Québec à Montréal
#6
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
EXPLORING HEART CONDITIONS AND HEALING EXPECTATIONS IN
ABORIGINAL WOMEN
Maria Medved, University of Manitoba; Jens Brockmeier, University of Manitoba; Judy
Morach, Opaskwayak Health Authority; Laurie Chartier, Sagkeeng Health Center
#7
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
IDENTIFYING CULTURALLY RELEVANT STRENGTHS AND BARRIERS FOR
ABORIGINAL STUDENT SUCCESS
Nicole M. Muir, York University; Jennine S. Rawana, York University; Hien T. Nguyen, York
University
#8
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
HOW HAS ABORIGINAL CULTURE HELPED YOU, OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, ON
THE JOURNEY OF HEALING FROM ADDICTIONS?
David Mykota, University of Saskatchewan; Jennifer Brockman, University of Saskatchewan;
Elyse Campbell, University of Saskatchewan; Colleen A Dell, University of Saskatchewan; Barb
Fornssler, University of Saskatchewan; Carol Hopkins, University of Saskatchewan; Larry
LaLiberte, University of Saskatchewan; Holly McKenzie, University of Saskatchewan; Elder
Campbell Papequash, University of Saskatchewan; Charlotte Ross, University of Saskatchewan;
Nicki Sartoris, University of Saskatchewan; Stacey Swampy, University of Saskatchewan;
Teri Walker, University of Saskatchewan
#9
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS AND DEFICITS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSTANCE
MISUSE AMONG ABORIGINAL YOUTH
Ashley Reynolds, Concordia University; Matthew T. Keough, Concordia University; Ghislaine
Badawi, Concordia University; Roisin M. O’Connor, Concordia University; Alexandra D’Arrisso,
McGill University; Heidi Flores, McGill University; Kelsey Moore, McGill University; Jacob A.
Burack, McGill University
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
#1
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
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#10
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
A PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY STUDY OF SUICIDE AMONG INUIT IN
NUNAVUT: METHODOLOGICAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS, FEASIBILITY
AND ACCEPTABILITY.
Monica F Tomlinson, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Eduardo Chachamovich,
Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Jack Haggarty, Northern Ontario School of Medicine;
Margaret Cargo, University of South Australia; Lawrence J Kirmayer, McGill University
#11
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
CULTURAL IDENTITY, INTELLIGENCE, AND SELF-ESTEEM AS PREDICTORS
OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS AMONG A SAMPLE OF FIRST NATION STUDENTS
Marsha M Vicaire, McGill University; Jacob A Burack, McGill University
#12
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS ASSOCIATED TO GAD SYMPTOMS IN THE ELDERLY
Claudie Bax-D’Auteuil, Université de Sherbrooke; Camie Duhamel, Université de Sherbrooke;
Audrey Duhamel, Université de Sherbrooke; Cindy Roussy, Université de Sherbrooke; Patrick
Gosselin, Université de Sherbrooke; Caroline Dussault, Université de Sherbrooke; Philippe
Landreville, Université Laval
#13
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE 12-ITEM ZARIT BURDEN INTERVIEW IN
CAREGIVERS OF PERSONS DIAGNOSED WITH DEMENTIA
Camille Branger, University of Saskatchewan; Megan O’Connell, University of Saskatchewan;
Debra G Morgan, University of Saskatchewan
#14
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
TIME POST STROKE MATTERS: TOWARDS BETTER SCREENING TOOLS FOR
POST STROKE DEPRESSION
Alyssa JM Herzig, Concordia University; Nancy Mayo, McGill University; Syd Miller,
Concordia University
#15
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
DO BELIEFS ABOUT PERSONHOOD IN DEMENTIA INFLUENCE HEALTH
PROVIDERS’ APPROACHES TO CARE?
Paulette Hunter, University of Saskatchewan; Thomas Hadjitavropoulos, University of
Regina; William E. Smythe, University of Regina; David C. Malloy, University of Regina; Jaime
Williams, University of Regina; Sharon Kaasalainen, McMaster University
#16
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
DOES STABILITY IN SELF-ESTEEM BUFFER THE EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED
STRESS ON DEPRESSION?
Sarah Liu, Concordia University; Carsten Wrosch, Concordia University
#17
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
IMPROVEMENT OF READING SKILLS IN AGING
Maxime Montembeault, Département de Psychologie, Université de Montréal; Marianne
Chapleau, Département de Psychologie, Université de Montréal; Maximiliano A. Wilson,
Département de réadaptation, Université Laval; Simona M. Brambati, Département de Psychologie,
Université de Montréal
#18
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
DIFFERENTIAL CAREGIVER DISTRESS AND BURDEN ASSOCIATED WITH
DIAGNOSES OF SPECIFIC DEMENTIA SUBTYPES AND MCI
Megan O’Connell, University of Saskatchewan; Joseph Enright, University of Saskatchewan;
Margaret Crossley, University of Saskatchewan; Debra G Morgan, University of Saskatchewan
#19
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
AGING AT HOME IN RURAL NEW BRUNSWICK: “ESSENTIALISING” THE ROLE
OF FAMILY NETWORKS
Carmen Poulin, University of New Brunswick; Lynne Gouliquer, Saint-Thomas University
#20
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TACTILE BELT WAY-FINDING
TECHNOLOGY IN ENHANCING SELF DETERMINATION IN OLDER ADULTS
Sherilyn Thibeau, University of Calgary; Greg Wells, Red Deer College; Scott Oddie,
Alberta Health Services, Red Deer College; Drew DeClerck, Red Deer College
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TELL ME THE OLD OLD STORY: GROUP IDENTIFICATION AS THE BASIS
FOR COGNITIVE AND WELL-BEING EFFECTS FOLLOWING STORY AND
RELIGIOUS SONG REMINISCENCE
Renate Ysseldyk, University of Exeter & Carleton University; Catherine Haslam, University
of Queensland; Alex Haslam, University of Queensland & University of Exeter; Lauren-Grace
McCloskey, University of Exeter; Kaylen Pfisterer, Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research
Institute for Aging; Susan Brown, Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging
#22
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
THE ROLE OF MONOCULAR AND BINOCULAR DEPTH CUES IN SHAPE CONSTANCY
Mercédès Aubin, Université de Montréal; Martin Arguin, Université de Montréal
#23
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
INDEPENDENCE OF SHADING AND STEREOPSIS IN SHAPE JUDGEMENTS
Mercédès Aubin, Université de Montréal; Martin Arguin, Université de Montréal
#24
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
INTACT ABILITY TO INTEGRATE NON-SOCIAL SENSORY INFORMATION IN ASD
Vanessa A Bao, School/Applied Child Psychology, Department of Educational and Counselling
Psychology; Olivier Collignon, CIMeC - Center for Mind/Brain Sciences; Laurent Mottron,
University of Montreal Center of Excellence for Pervasive Developmental Disorders (CETEDUM);
Armando Bertone, School/Applied Child Psychology, Department of Educational and Counselling
Psychology
#25
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
SOURCE CREDIBILITY AND SOCIAL CATEGORY ACTIVATION IN HUMAN REASONING
Lisa M Boucher, Carleton University; Georgina Faddoul, Carleton University; Jordan
Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton University; Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
#26
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
INDUCING PRACTICE EFFECTS IN THE ATTENTIONAL BLINK WITH AN
IRRELEVANT CONCURRENT SOUND
Marie-Eve MEV Bourassa, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Julien-Pierre JPVL
Vanasse-Larochelle, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Benoit BB Brisson, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières
#27
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
EMOTION IN THE ORGANIZATION OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY
James Boylan, University of Western Ontario; Albert Katz, University of Western Ontario
#28
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
THE EFFECT OF CONTEXTUAL CUES ON THE RECALL OF FALSE MEMORIES
WITHIN THE DRM PARADIGM
Chelsea D Carr Kinnear, Bishop’s University; Lionel G Standing, Bishop’s University
#29
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
FUNCTIONAL CHANGES IN RESPONSE INHIBITION BEFORE AND AFTER
CHEMOTHERAPY TREATMENT: A LONGITUDINAL FMRI STUDY
Christina Charles, University of Ottawa; Andra Smith, University of Ottawa
#30
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
RESTING-STATE CROSS-FREQUENCY COUPLING PREDICTS REACTION TIMES
IN A VERBAL RECOGNITION TASK
Anna Choutova, University of Ottawa; Jean-Philippe Thivierge, University of Ottawa; Rocio
Lopez Zunini, University of Ottawa; Shanna Kousaie, Bruyere Research Institute; Christine
Sheppard, University of Ottawa, Bruyere Research Institute; Vanessa Taler, University of Ottawa,
Bruyere Research Institute
#31
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
DISORGANIZED SCHIZOTYPY IS ASSOCIATED WITH MORE LOOSELY
ASSOCIATED RESPONSES ON THE CATEGORY FLUENCY TASK AS QUANTIFIED
BY A NOVEL MEASURE OF SEMANTIC DISTANCES.
Erica Chu, University of Windsor; Christopher Abeare, University of Windsor; Lorna Majed,
University of Windsor
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
#21
Adult Development and
Aging/Développement
adulte et vieillissement
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#32
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
EXAMINING THE STORYTELLING METHOD OF DREAM INTERPRETATION WITH
CANADIAN SOLDIERS
Allyson L Dale, University of Ottawa; Teresa L DeCicco, Trent University; Nicolle Milller,
Trent University
#33
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
THE ORIGIN OF COGNITIVE PEAKS OF ABILITY IN AUTISM
Victoria M Doobay, McGill University; Vanessa A Bao, McGill University; Domenic Tullo,
McGill University; Armando Bertone, McGill University
#34
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
BODIES AND OCCLUSION II: ITEM TYPES AND GENDER DIFFERENCES ON
COMPUTERIZED MENTAL ROTATIONS TESTS.
Randi A Doyle, University of New Brunswick; Daniel Voyer, University of New Brunswick
#35
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
BELIEF-BIAS IN SYLLOGISTIC REASONING TASK USING EXPLANATORY
SCHEMATA
Georgina Faddoul, Carleton University; Lisa M Boucher, Carleton University; Robert
Thomson, Carnegie Melon University; Jordan Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton
University; Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
#36
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
FORGIVING AND FORGETTING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON MEMORY FOR
INTERPERSONAL TRANSGRESSIONS
Sarah Fanning, Mount Saint Vincent University; Angela R Birt, Mount Saint Vincent
University; Emad Talisman, Mount Saint Vincent University
#37
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
CONTEXT VALENCE EFFECTS ON EVENT BASED PROSPECTIVE MEMORY
Peter Graf, University of British Columbia; Martin Yu, University of British Columbia
#38
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
THE SAME-DIFFERENT TASK: POSSIBLE COACTIVATION OF TARGET
DIMENSIONS
Bradley Harding, University of Ottawa; Denis Cousineau, University of Ottawa
#39
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC AND DISTRACTION ON SPATIAL ABILITY
Christopher A Healy, Laurentian University
#40
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
GOLDILOCKS AND FALSE MEMORIES: PHOTOGRAPH CONTENT INFLUENCES
MEMORY RETRIEVAL MODELS THAT ARE TOO BROAD, TOO TIGHT, OR JUST RIGHT
Joanna Hessen-Kayfitz, University of Windsor; Alan Scoboria, University of Windsor
#41
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
DIFFERENTIATING FUNCTIONS OF THE LATERAL AND MEDIAL PREFRONTAL
CORTEX IN MOTOR RESPONSE INHIBITION
Jaeger M Lam, University of Toronto Scarborough; Achala H Rodrigo, University of Toronto
Scarborough; Stefano I Di Domenico, University of Toronto Scarborough; Hasan Ayaz, Drexel
University; Anthony C Ruocco, University of Toronto Scarborough
#42
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
BELIEF-BIAS EFFECT AND PROBLEM DIFFICULTY
Hugues Lortie Forgues, Université du Québec A Montréal; Janie Brisson, Université du
Québec A Montréal; Henry Markovits, Université du Québec A Montréal
#43
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
GENDER-SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN AUTISM SPECTRUM COGNITIVE
PROFILES: WECHSLER INTELLIGENCE SCALES VERSUS RAVEN’S
PROGRESSIVE MATRICES
Evelyne Marcil, McGill; Vanessa A Bao, McGill; Laurent Mottron, Service de recherche,
Centre d’excellence en Troubles envahissants du développement de l’Université; Victoria M
Doobay, McGill; Armando Bertone, McGill
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CATEGORICAL AND SUBCATEGORICAL REPRESENTATIONS IN SHORT-TERM
MEMORY RECALL
Grant McGee, Carleton University; Jordan Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton
University; Robert Thomson, Carnegie Melon University; Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
#45
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
SPATIAL FREQUENCIES OF MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS
Xavier Morin Duchesne, Université de Montréal; Frédéric Gosselin, Université de Montréal
#46
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
DO PEOPLE LOOK STRANGE WHEN THEY’RE A STRANGER? RELATIONS
BETWEEN SOCIAL CONTACT AND THE OTHER-RACE EFFECT IN ADULTS
Margaret Moulson, Ryerson University; Nicole Sugden, Ryerson University; Abdel Elshiekh,
Ryerson University
#47
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
TASK DIFFICULTY ASSESSMENT USING AN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK
Kaia myers-stewart, University of Ottawa; Christophe Tremblay, University of Ottawa;
Sylvain Chartier, University of Ottawa
#48
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
AN EXAMINATION OF GAZE SELECTION AND GAZE FOLLOWING USING
EVERYDAY SCENES
Adrienne Rombough, Simon Fraser University; Elina Birmingham, Simon Fraser University;
Aliisa Gladson, Simon Fraser University; Lauren Erdman, Simon Fraser University; Natasha
Senghera, Simon Fraser University; Kimberly Burnside, Simon Fraser University; Grace Iarocci,
Simon Fraser University
#49
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
IS DISTRACTOR DEVALUATION THE RESULT OF LOCATION-BASED
PROCESSES?
Pamela L. Stevenson, University of New Brunswick; Biljana Stevanovski, University of New
Brunswick
#50
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
“I CAN READ YOU LIKE A BOOK”: A META-ANALYSIS OF THE SEX
DIFFERENCES IN ADULTS’ ABILITY TO RECOGNIZE NONVERBAL EMOTIONAL
DISPLAYS
Ashley Thompson, University of New Brunswick; Daniel Voyer, University of New Brunswick
#51
Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
SIMULATED DRIVING: EFFECTS OF PROLONGED WAKEFULNESS ON BRAKE
REACTION TIME AND RECALL OF CRASH DETAILS
Cynthia Wan, Queen’s University; Alistair W MacLean, Queen’s University
#52
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
INVESTIGATING MATERIAL-SPECIFIC MEMORY DEFICITS IN BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER
Nancy Bahl, University of Toronto; Anthony Ruocco, University of Toronto Scarborough
#53
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
METAMEMORY ACCURACY IN OLDER ADULTS: DEPRESSION, EXECUTIVE
FUNCTION, AND PERSONALITY AS POTENTIAL PREDICTORS
Marie-Ève Bégin Galarneau, Université d’Ottawa; Annick Tanguay, Université d’Ottawa;
Patrick Davidson, Université d’Ottawa
#54
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
EXPLORING THE SMART: A NEW TEST OF ATTENTION
Karen Brodie, University of Saskatchewan; Tim Claypool, University of Saskatchewan
#55
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
AUDITORY CHANGE DETECTION IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS: AN
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
Debbie Campbell, Mount Saint Vincent University; Shelagh Abriel, Mount Saint Vincent
University; Philip Tibbo, Nova Scotia Early Psychosis Program; Derek Fisher, Mount Saint Vincent
University
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Brain and Cognitive
Sciences/Cerveau et
science cognitive
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#56
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
COMPARING NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL METHYLPHENIDATE
RESPONSE IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
Jessica A Carmichael, University of Calgary; Hanna A Kubas, University of Calgary; Erica M
Backenson, University of Calgary; Kim R Fitzer, University of Calgary; James B Hale, University
of Calgary
#57
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
THEORY OF MIND IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: ASSOCIATION WITH SOCIAL
FUNCTIONING AND GENETIC LIABILITY
Briana Cassetta, University of Calgary; Vina M Goghari, University of Calgary
#58
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
FLUID REASONING AS A BUILDING BLOCK FOR MORAL COGNITION
Vincent Chiasson, Université de Montréal; Evelyn Vera-Estay, Université de Montréal;
Miriam Beauchamp, Université de Montréal
#59
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN ANGRY AND NEUTRAL FACES IN DEPRESSION
Carina G Chiu, University of Calgary; Cameron M Clark, University of Calgary; Ruth L Diaz,
University of Calgary; Vina M Goghari, University of Calgary
#60
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
CLUSTERING AND SWITCHING DIFFERENCES ON VERBAL FLUENCY TASKS
AND SCHIZOTYPY
Erica Chu, University of Windsor; Christopher Abeare, University of Windsor; Lorna Majed,
University of Windsor
#61
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM-SOLVING DEFICITS IN PATIENTS WITH
BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
Stan Deineka, University of Toronto; Anthony C. Ruocco, University of Toronto; Li Nan Xu,
University of Toronto
#62
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
IMPACT D’UN TRAITEMENT DES TROUBLES ANXIEUX SUR LES
DÉFICITS D’INHIBITION DE LA RÉPONSE ET LES COMPORTEMENTS
D’HYPERACTIVITÉ/IMPULSIVITÉ ASSOCIÉS AU TDAH
Isabelle Denis, UQAM; Marie-Claude Guay, Département de psychologie, UQAM; Guillaume
Foldes-Busque, École de Psychologie, Université Laval; Leila BenAmor, Axe de recherche en Santé
Mentale, Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis
#63
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGGRESSION AND MILD HEAD INJURY IN
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Nabela Farouk, Brock University; Dawn Good, Brock University
#64
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
DIFFERENTIAL LEVELS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL AND MOTIVATION IN
ATHLETES AND NON-ATHLETES WITH MILD HEAD INJURY
Amanda George, Brock University; Dawn Good, Brock University
#65
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
ASSESSING BEHAVIORAL IMPAIRMENT IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: THE
USE OF THE FRONTAL SYSTEMS BEHAVIOR SCALE
Julia Grummisch, University of Ottawa; Mary Marquardt, The Ottawa Hospital; Sheena Taha,
The Ottawa Hospital
#66
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN STUDENTS WITH ABI AS IT RELATES TO
TEACHER ASSESSMENTS OF SELF CONTROL AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Karen Julien, Brock University; Dawn Good, Brock University
#67
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE PROMIS® APPLIED
COGNITION-ABILITIES-SHORT FORM
Shawnda Lanting, Copeman Healthcare Centre and University of British Columbia; Boaz Y
Saffer, Copeman Healthcare Centre; Michael S Koehle, University of British Columbia and Copeman
Healthcare Centre; Grant L Iverson, University of British Columbia and Copeman Healthcare Centre
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EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER-BASED COGNITIVE NEUROREHABILITATION
INTERVENTIONS: METHODOLOGICAL REVIEW
Delyana I Miller, University of Ottawa; Charles Leclerc, The Ottawa Hospital
Rehabilitation Centre; Rees Laura, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; Davidson Patrick,
University of Ottawa
#69
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
A META-ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN NON-DEMENTED ADULTS
WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS
Michelle C.E. Monette, University of Windsor; Anne Baird, University of Windsor; Dennis
Jackson, University of Windsor
#70
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
DOES WISC-IV UNDERESTIMATE THE INTELLIGENCE OF AUTISTIC
CHILDREN?
Anne-Marie Nader, Département de Psychologie, Université du Québec à Montréal; Valérie
Courchesne, Centre d’excellence en Troubles envahissants du développement de l’Université de
Montréal; Isabelle Soulières, Département de Psychologie, Université du Québec à Montréal;
Michelle Dawson, Centre d’excellence en Troubles envahissants du développement de l’Université de
Montréal
#71
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
ÉTUDE DE L’IMPACT DES MALADIES CARDIOVASCULAIRES SUR LA
MÉMOIRE
Sarah Pakzad, Université de Moncton; Jalila Jbilou, Université de Moncton; Geneviève
Desmarais, Mount Allison University; Paul Bourque, Université de Moncton; Véronique Fontaine,
Université de Moncton; Marie-Claire Paulin, Université de Moncton; Salah-Eddine El-Adlouni,
Université de Moncton
#72
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF ATTENTION IN EMOTIONAL PROCESSING BY INDIVIDUALS
WITH SUBCLINICAL PSYCHOPATHY AND MILD HEAD INJURY
Tanvi Sharan, Brock University; Dawn Good, Brock University
#73
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
VIRTUAL VERSUS ACTUAL MEAL PREPARATION IN PATIENTS WITH
ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY (ABI)
Annick Tanguay, University of Ottawa; Patrick Davidson, University of Ottawa; Mark B
Ferland, Robin Easey Centre/Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; Karla V Guerrero Nunez,
Georgian College
#74
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
RAPID SCREENING OF DIFFERENTIAL COGNITIVE DEFICITS IN
SCHIZOPHRENIA AND SUBSTANCE INDUCED PSYCHOSIS.
Si Victoria Tian, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton & BSRU University of Alberta; Daniel LaFreniere, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton &
BSRU - University of Alberta; Leslie Roper, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton
& BSRU - University of Alberta; Alyssa Kluk, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital
Edmonton & BSRU - University of Alberta; Philip G Tibbo, Department of Psychiatry, Dalhousie
University; Scot E Purdon, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton & BSRU University of Alberta
#75
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
FROM ASSESSMENT TO INTERVENTIONS: THE ROLE OF EXECUTIVE
FUNCTIONING FOR CHILDREN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER (FASD)
Andrew HC Wong, University of Alberta; Jacqueline R Pei, University of Alberta; Petrina M
Pelletier, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital; Carmen Rasmussen, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital
#76
Psychology and Religion/
Psychologie et religion
EFFECTS OF DAILY SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL,
EMOTIONAL, AND SOCIAL WELL-BEING IN RETIREMENT CARE RESIDENTS
Jessica E Gosselin, Concordia University College of Alberta; Kenneth Murdoch, Concordia
University College of Alberta; Bryan Rooney, Concordia University College of Alberta; Dorothy
Steffler, Concordia University College of Alberta
#77
Psychology and Religion/
Psychologie et religion
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT OF SPIRITUAL OR RELIGIOUS PURSUITS FROM AGE
14 TO 16 REPRESENTS A CRITICAL PERIOD FOR PROTECTION AGAINST
EARLY ONSET MISUSE OF ALCOHOL
Jennifer R. Marcus, University of Windsor; Kenneth E. Hart, University of Windsor; Phillip
A. Ianni, University of Windsor; Tyler M. Carey, University of Victoria
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Neuropsychologie clinique
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#78
Psychology and Religion/
Psychologie et religion
THE IMPACT OF TEACHING RELIGION ON RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND
WELL-BEING: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF LIFE GOALS
Cynthia Psaradellis, Mc Gill University; Richard Koestner, Mc Gill University; Natasha
Lekes, Mc Gill University
#79
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
FACTORS INFLUENCING WOMEN’S GENITAL AND SUBJECTIVE SEXUAL
AROUSAL IN A LABORATORY SETTING
Jenn Bossio, Queen’s University
#80
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
STROOP TESTING OF THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL EXPLAINING
DREAMS AND DREAM MEANING
Teresa DeCicco, Trent University; Umberto Barcaro, University of Pisa; Anthony L. Murkar,
Trent University
#81
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
A NEUROCOGNITIVE MODEL OF MEANINGFULNESS IN DREAMS
Anthony Murkar, Trent University; Carlyle Smith, Trent University
#82
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
EFFECT SIZE REPORTING REVEALS THE WEAKNESS FISHER BELIEVED
INHERENT IN THE NEYMAN- PEARSON APPROACH TO STATISTICAL
ANALYSIS
Michael T. Bradley, University Of New Brunswick Saint John; Andrew Brand, King’s College,
Institute of Psychiatry; A. Luke MacNeill, University of New Brunswick Saint John
#83
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
PROBING OF LATENT INTERACTION EFFECTS IN GENERALIZED STRUCTURED
COMPONENT ANALYSIS
Ji Yeh Choi, McGill University; Heungsun Hwang, McGill University
#84
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
ÉVALUATION DES PROPRIÉTÉS PSYCHOMÉTRIQUES D’UNE VERSION
FRANCOPHONE DU AUTHENTICITY SCALE ET DE SA RELATION AVEC LA
PERSONNALITÉ ET LE BIEN-ÊTRE.
Simon Grégoire, Université du Québec à Montréal; Louis Baron, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Julie Menard, Université du Québec à Montréal; Lise Lachance, Université du Québec à
Montréal
#85
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
EXPLORING META-ANALYSIS: A REVIEW OF CURRENT PRACTICES IN
META-ANALYSIS
Ramsay Malange, Simon Fraser University; Maria Nikol, Simon Fraser University; Nathalie
Lovasz, Simon Fraser University; Kathleen L Slaney, Simon Fraser University
#86
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
NECESSARY ASSUMPTIONS: REVIEWING THE USE OF ANOVA-BASED
PROCEDURES AND THE TESTING OF UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS IN
COUNSELLING RESEARCH
Danika M Overmars, University of British Columbia
#87
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
THE INVESTIGATION OF SIMULTANEOUS DECISION ON THE NUMBER OF
LATENT CLASSES IN A MULTILEVEL LATENT CLASS MODEL
Jungkyu Park, McGill University; Hsiu-Ting Yu, McGill University
#88
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
APPROACHING SIGNIFICANCE? A REVIEW OF STATISTICAL INFERENCE
PRACTICES IN THE SHADOW OF THE STATISTICAL REFORM MOVEMENT IN
PSYCHOLOGY
Kathleen L Slaney, Simon Fraser University; Leona P Ferguson, Simon Fraser University;
Masha Tkatchouk, Simon Fraser University
#89
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
TWO-LAYER LATENT CLASS MODELING: A PROBABILISTIC AND
TYPOLOGICAL APPROACH OF COMPARING CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES
Hsiu-Ting Yu, McGill University
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DOING OVER DESIRING: DISCOURSES OF SEXUAL MAINTENANCE AND
HEALTHINESS IN RELATIONSHIPS
Amy Brown-Bowers, Ryerson University; Stephanie Cosma, Ryerson University; Sarde Matti,
Ryerson University; Derek Cozzi, Ryerson University; Alexander Vasilovsky, Ryerson University;
Jessica Malkin, Ryerson University; Rose Lam, Ryerson University; Maria Gurevich, Ryerson
University
#91
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
PERCEPTION DE LA SEXUALITÉ À TRAVERS LE TEMPS RAPPORTÉE PAR UN
GROUPE DE FEMMES AYANT SURVÉCU À DE LA VIOLENCE CONJUGALE
Sarah Bruyninx, Université de Sherbrooke; Brad Sunshine, University of Regina; Kimberley
Zorn, University of Regina; Meghan Woods, University of Regina; Danaka Safinuk, University of
Regina; Mary Hampton, University of Regina
#92
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE EXPERIENCE OF RESILIENCE FOR SURVIVORS OF INTIMATE PARTNER
VIOLENCE: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY
Sara E Crann, University of Guelph; Paula C Barata, University of Guelph
#93
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER VERSUS SEX ON RELATIONSHIP STYLES IN
PROFESSOR-STUDENT MENTORING RELATIONSHIPS
Shannon Gottschall, Carleton University; Shelley Brown, Carleton University
#94
Women and Psychology/
Psychology/Femmes et
DO CULTURAL CONNECTIONS PREDICT COLLECTIVE ACTION RESPONSES TO
BENEVOLENT AND HOSTILE SEXISM?
Eden J. Hennessey, Wilfrid Laurier University; Mindi D. Foster, Wilfrid Laurier University
#95
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE ASSOCIATION OF ATTACHMENT STYLE AND STRESS WITH SLEEP
OUTCOMES AND DEPRESSION IN PREGNANCY
Mariami Khourochvili, University of Ottawa; Kerri Ritchie, The Ottawa Hospital; Giorgio A.
Tasca, The Ottawa Hospital; Andree Gruslin, The Ottawa Hospital; Laura Kennedy, University of
Ottawa
#96
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY DISSATISFACTION AND THE
COMBINATION OF FAT STEREOTYPES AND BODY SURVEILLANCE IN
NORMAL-WEIGHT CAUCASIAN WOMEN
Jean Kim, University of Windsor; Josée L Jarry, University of Windsor
#97
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
BILLBOARD TOP 10 MUSIC: LESSONS IN DRINKING, DRUGS AND
SEXUALITY FROM THE PAST 20 YEARS
Pam McAuslan, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Lauren Toth, Sandwich Secondary School;
Lauren Lockhart, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Diana Maizo, University of Michigan-Dearborn
#98
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
PEERING INTO THE PIPELINE: A GENDERED EXAMINATION OF PSYCHOLOGY
PROFESSORS’ EXPERIENCES IN ACADEMIA
Jessica M McCutcheon, University of Saskatchewan; Melanie A Morrison, University of
Saskatchewan
#99
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
BUILDING UP RESISTANCE TO THE THIN AESTHETIC IDEAL: IDENTITY,
BODY, AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT-RELATED PROTECTIVE FACTORS
Jane Mizevich, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto;
Niva Piran, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto
#100
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
DATING IN A ‘HOOK-UP CULTURE’: STILL STRUGGLING WITH THE SEXUAL
DOUBLE STANDARD
Jennifer A. Moore, University of Calgary; H. Lorraine Radtke, University of Calgary
#101
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
50 SHADES OF DEGRADATION: DOES MALE DOMINATION AND FEMALE
SUBMISSION IN POPULAR LITERATURE AFFECT WOMEN’S ATTITUDES
AND BELIEFS
Brianna O’Neil, University of Windsor; Charlene Senn, University of Windsor
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Femmes et psychologie
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#102
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
USING THE MEDIA PRACTICE MODEL TO PREDICT ADOLESCENT DATING
VIOLENCE
Teila Pickett, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Pam McAuslan, University of
Michigan-Dearborn
#103
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
AGE, RELIGION, ALCOHOL, AND RAPE: THE EFFECT PARTICIPANTS’ AGE
AND RELIGION HAVE ON ATTRIBUTIONS OF BLAME FOR RAPE INVOLVING
ALCOHOL
Mallory Stankovich, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Pam McAuslan, University of
Michigan-Dearborn
#104
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
RISK ASSESSMENT WITH PHYSICALLY ABUSED RESIDENTS OF
WOMEN’S SHELTERS
Noreen Stuckless, York University Dept of Psychology; Desmond Ellis, York University;
Isaac Sakinofsky, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
#105
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
L`UTILISATION DE PHOTOVOICE AFIN DE TÉMOIGNER DE
L’EXPÉRIENCE DES MÈRES MONOPARENTALES DANS UN CONTEXTE
DÉFAVORISÉ
Marie-Pier Vandette, Université d’Ottawa; Sophie-Claire Valiquette Tessier, Université
d’Ottawa; Julie Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa
#106
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
GIVING BIRTH IN NEW BRUNSWICK: HOW THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION
SHAPES THE EXPERIENCE OF WOMEN
Kathleen Webb, University of New Brunswick; Freda Burdett, University of New Brunswick;
Carmen Poulin, University of New Brunswick; Lynne Gouliquer, Saint-Thomas University
#107
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
NARROW VS. BROAD CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF ABUSE: HOW DO WOMEN
DEFINE AND UNDERSTAND THEIR ABUSE EXPERIENCES?
Courtney J Williston, University of Windsor
#108
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
COPING WITH A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE OR INFECTION:
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISCLOSURE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT
Melissa A Wuerch, University of Windsor; Sylvia Voelker, University of Windsor; Patti
Fritz, University of Windsor
#109
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
FAMILIAL ABUSE OF SOUTH ASIAN WOMEN: ANALYSIS OF WOMEN’S
NARRATIVES OF VICTIMIZATION
Sadia Zafar, York University; David Rennie, York University; Michaela Hynie, York
University; Erin C Ross, York University
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Rural and Northern
Psychology/Psychologie
des communautés rurales
et nordiques
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
UNE PSYCOACH DANS LE CHAMP
Pierette Desrosiers, Pierette Desrosiers Psycoaching
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COMMON FACTORS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: FROM THE LITERATURE TO
CLINICAL PRACTICE
Stacy Bradley, McGill University
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
WHAT ARE COMMON FACTORS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY?
Stacy Bradley, McGill University; Kelly Stelmaszczyk, McGill University; Deborah
Schwartzman, McGill University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
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B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMON FACTORS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Constantina Stamoulos, McGill University; Lyane Trepanier, McGill University; Stacy
Bradley, McGill University; Kelly Stelmaszczyk, McGill University; Deborah Schwartzman, McGill
University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TECHNIQUES USED TO ENCOURAGE COMMON FACTORS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Lyane Trepanier, McGill University; Constantina Stamoulos, McGill University; Stacy
Bradley, McGill University; Kelly Stelmaszczyk, McGill University; Deborah Schwartzman, McGill
University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
WHAT CPA FOUND OUT ABOUT SCIENCE AND PRACTICE IN 2012/2013 CPA
SURVEY REVIEW
Lisa Votta-Bleeker, Deputy CEO and Director Science, Canadian Psychological Association
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
APPLYING FOR INTERNSHIPS: WHO NEEDS WHAT INFORMATION FOR THE
RIGHT DECISIONS?
Wolfgang Linden, University of British Columbia; Jeff Baker, APPIC Central Office; Sandra
Clark, BC Children's Hospital; George Hurley, Memorial University of Newfoundland;
Kerry Mothersill, Alberta Health Services; Sandra Young, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
REACH, ACCEPTABILITY, AND IMPACT OF POPULATION HEALTH
INTERVENTIONS AIMED AT INCREASING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND
REDUCING EXCESSIVE PREOCCUPATION WITH THINNESS: CONCEPTUAL AND
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
Lise Gauvin, Centre de recherche du CHUM
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/
Conférencière invitée de la SCP
et de la section
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
BRAIN AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE/CERVEAU ET SCIENCE COGNITIVE
Peter Graf, University of British Columbia
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
ON THE SYNERGY BETWEEN RESEARCH AND TEACHING
Colin Macleod, University of Waterloo
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/ Conférencier
invité de la section
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique
et psychodynamique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
OTTO WEININGER AWARD PRESENTATION: COMPARING ANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES
Joshua Levy, Toronto Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis
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Section Keynote/
Conférencier
invité de la section
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
READING PLATO’S MENO AS THE BEGINNING OF LEARNING: THE DRAMA OF
THE DOUBLE SQUARE
Dale Stout, Bishop’s University
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Round-Table
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Table ronde
ROUND-TABLE CONVERSATION SESSION “B”/
SÉANCE DE CONVERSATION DE TABLE RONDE
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1- 20015 (Clinical Psychology ) Tallon, Kathleen; 2 -20009 (Counselling Psychology ) Burns, Carolyn; 3- 19661 (Developmental Psychology ) Sugden, Nicole; 4- 19231 (Psychologists in Education ) Andrews, Jac; 5- 20839 (Psychologists in Education ) Zwiers,
Michael; 6- 20417 (Teaching of Psychology) Jhangiani, Rajiv; 7- 20979 (Section N/A) Ummel, Deborah
#1
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
IMPROVING ACCESS TO EVIDENCE BASED TREATMENT THOUGH THE USE OF
INNOVATIVE DELIVERY METHODS
Kathleen Tallon, Ryerson University; Naomi Koerner, Ryerson University; Lauren David,
Ryerson University; Peter Farvolden, CBT Associates of Toronto and University of Toronto; Mark
Lau, Vancouver CBT Center and University of British Columbia
#2
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
REMAINING HEALTHY ON THE JOB: FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE
DECISION TO SEEK HELP IN A POLICE POPULATION
Carolyn M Burns, The University of British Columbia
#3
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
FIRST IMPRESSIONS AND SECOND THOUGHTS: INTRODUCING
PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO POTENTIAL PARTICIPANTS AND THE PUBLIC
Nicole A Sugden, Ryerson University; Margaret C Moulson, Ryerson University
#4
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
USING MULTISOURCE FEEDBACK TO ASSESS PSYCHOLOGISTS IN PRACTICE
Jac Andrews, University of Calgary; Claudio Violato, University of Calgary; Tyrone L.
Donnon, University of Calgary
#5
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
MENTAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS: PREVENTION OR INTERVENTION?
Michael Zwiers, University of Calgary
#6
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la
TOWARD EMPIRICALLY SUPPORTED STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH
LAPTOPS AND SMARTPHONES IN THE CLASSROOM
Rajiv Jhangiani, Capilano University
#7
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la
psychologie
ENSURING CONFIDENTIALITY OR ACCESSING THE LIVED EXPERIENCE?
ETHICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES OF CONDUCTING QUALITATIVE
RESEARCH WITH INDIVIDUALS SHARING A COMMON EXPERIENCE
Deborah Ummel, Université de Montréal
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
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THEORY REVIEW SESSION
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International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ADAPTATION TO RACIAL IDENTITY THEORY
Chris Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University; Jay Wade, Fordham University
#2
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE MUTUAL CONSTITUTION OF CULTURE, MIND, AND BRAIN:
IMPLICATIONS FOR CULTURAL-CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Andrew G Ryder, Concordia University; Yulia E Chentsova-Dutton, Georgetown University
#3
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
NOVEL APPROACHES FOR EVALUATING PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS:
THE COHORT MULTIPLE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL (CMRCT) DESIGN
Linda Kwakkenbos, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Brett D Thombs, McGill
University and Jewish General Hospital
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CAREER PSYCHOLOGY THEORIES AND IMMIGRANTS’ CAREER WELLNESS
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
IMMIGRANT SKILLED WORKERS MAKE CAREER COMPROMISE
Karen G.I. Lau, University of Toronto; Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ENRICH THEORETICAL INTEGRATION IN CAREER PSYCHOLOGY
Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
TOWARDS A META-THEORY OF CAREER INTEGRATION: THE VOCATIONAL
WELL-BEING OF NEW IMMIGRANT PROFESSIONALS IN CANADA
Barbara J. Mancini, University of Toronto; Charles P. Chen, University of Toronto
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
CAPITALIZING ON GENDER-RESPONSIVE AND RISK-NEED-RESPONSIVITY
(RNR) MODELS TO ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY FOR MALE AND FEMALE
JUSTICE-INVOLVED YOUTH
Tracey A Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health/University of Toronto
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE PREVALENCE OF NEED AND RESPONSIVITY FACTORS AMONG MALE AND
FEMALE JUSTICE-INVOLVED YOUTH: EXPLORING GENDER DIFFERENCES AND
SIMILARITIES
Leigh Greiner, Carleton University; Shelley L Brown, Carleton University; Kayla Wanamaker,
Carleton University; Tracey Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health/University of Toronto
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
AN EXAMINATION OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS SYMPTOMOLOGY IN
RELATION TO THE RISK-NEED ASSESSMENTS OF MALE AND FEMALE
JUSTICE INVOLVED YOUTH
Nina Vitopoulos, OISE/University of Toronto; Michele Peterson-Badali, OISE/University of
Toronto; Tracey A Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health/University of Toronto
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Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
AN EXAMINATION OF THE GENDER DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES IN
SELF-REPORTED AND PROFESSIONAL-RATED STRENGTHS AMONG MALE AND
FEMALE JUSTICE-INVOLVED YOUTH
Karina R Gagnier, York University; Tracey A Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental
Health/University of Toronto; Shelley L Brown, Carleton University; Tim Moore, York University;
Jennine Rawana, York University
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Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PATHWAYS TO SERIOUS ADOLESCENT OFFENDING: A LATENT PROFILE
ANALYSIS COMPARING MALE AND FEMALE JUSTICE-INVOLVED YOUTH
Shelley L Brown, Carleton University; Terri-Lynne Scott, Carleton University; Tracey A
Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health/University of Toronto
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:55 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
VOICES FROM THE DIASPORA: A FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF
INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA
Freda Ginsberg, SUNY Plattsburgh
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
WAR BY PROXY: THE IMPACT OF PARENTS’ WAR-RELATED EXPERIENCES ON
AFGHAN YOUTH BORN IN DIASPORA
Beheshta Jaghori, McGill University; Ada L Sinacore, McGill University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE EXPERIENCES OF IRANIAN-BORN WOMEN IN THE DIASPORA
Shohreh M. Rezazadeh, McGill University; Ada L Sinacore, McGill University
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
JEWISH WOMEN IN THE DIASPORA: ANTI-SEMITISM, THE HOLOCAUST AND
INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA
Freda Ginsberg, SUNY Plattsburgh; Ada L Sinacore, McGill University
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
NAVIGATING THE INTERNSHIP PROCESS IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: TIPS
AND TRICKS FOR STUDENTS
Lara Hiseler, University of Alberta; Missy Teatero, Lakehead University; Justin Feeney,
Western University
2013-06-14 – 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE
INDUSTRIELLE ET ORGANISATIONNELLE
Francois Chiocchio, Université de Montréal
2013-06-14 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) ALPHÉE DES ÉTOILES
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 3:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 15 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
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LES ÉTUDES SUPÉRIEURES EN PSYCHOLOGIE POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS
FRANCOPHONES: UN BREF SURVOL (Simultaneous Interpretation Availlable
/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Michelle M Gagnon, University of Regina; Rana Pishva, Queen’s University; Meredith Rocchi,
University of Ottawa
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Award/Prix
CPA DONALD O. HEBB AWARD: THE EVOLUTION OF EVIDENCE-BASED
PRACTICE: COGNITIVE- BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION AS A
CASE STUDY
Keith Dobson, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
Sport and Exercise
Psychology/Psychologie
du sport et de l’exercice
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
SPORT AND EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DU SPORT ET DE
L’EXERCICE
Stéphane Perreault, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA/Section Invited Speaker/
Conférencier invité de la SCP
et de la section
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
FIFTY SHADES OF CONTROL: ADVENTURES IN THE FRONTAL LOBES
Donald Stuss, University of Toronto
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
COSTS AND BENEFITS: THE LINKS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND
EXPERIENCE TO MOTIVATION, VALUES, AND WELL-BEING
Nicole M Aitken, University of Ottawa
A
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE BENEFITS OF BEING CONNECTED TO NATURE AND MOTIVATED TOWARD
THE ENVIRONMENT ON SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING
Nicole M Aitken, University of Ottawa; Luc G Pelletier, University of Ottawa
B
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
WHAT WE THINK IMPROVES OUR WELL-BEING
Katherine D Arbuthnott, Campion College, University of Regina; Constance Heidt, University
of Regina
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Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE ROLE OF AUTONOMOUS MOTIVATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTANCE IN
THE PREFERENCES FOR A CONTROLLING GOVERNMENT STYLE FOR THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES
Karine J Lavergne, University of Ottawa; Luc G Pelletier, University of Ottawa
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Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE EFFECTS OF TIME AND MONEY ON BEHAVIOR IN COMMONS DILEMMA
TASKS
Andrea Scerbe, University of Regina; Katherine D Arbuthnott, Campion College, University
of Regina
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
NEW APPROACHES IN ATTITUDE RESEARCH
Curtis Phills, University of Western Ontario; Curtis Phills, University of Western Ontario
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
FOLLOWING WHAT PEOPLE THINK WE SHOULD DO VERSUS WHAT PEOPLE
ACTUALLY DO: ELABORATION AS A MODERATOR OF THE IMPACT OF
DESCRIPTIVE AND INJUNCTIVE NORMS
Maia S Kredentser, Queen’s University
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
REDUCING INTERGROUP BIAS: CAN STRATEGIES TARGETING IMPLICIT
RACIAL ATTITUDES CHANGE BEHAVIOR?
Curtis Phills, University of Western Ontario
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
YOUNG ADULTS’ IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT ATTITUDES TOWARD SEX AMONG
OLDER ADULTS
Ashley E Thompson, University of New Brunswick; Lucia F O’Sullivan, University of New
Brunswick; Sandra E. Byers, University of New Brunswick; Krystelle Shaughnessy,
University of New Brunswick
2013-06-14 – 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE MEETING
John Meyer, Western University
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
TRAUMATIC STRESS/STRESS TRAUMATIQUE
Catherine Classen, University of Toronto
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Round-Table
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Table ronde
ROUND-TABLE CONVERSATION SESSION “C”/
SÉANCE DE CONVERSATION DE TABLE RONDE
1- 20103 (Community Psychology ) Sankar, Janani; 2- 20843 (Counselling Psychology ) Dixon, Sandra; 3- 19449 (Counselling Psychology ) Thannhauser, Jennifer; 4- 19326 (Extremism and Terrorism) McLellan, Lianne; 5- 19411 (History and Philosophy of Psychology )
Walsh, Richard; 6- 20361 (Psychologists in Education ) Drefs, Michelle; 7- 20938 (Psychologists in Hospitals and Health Centres) Mothersill, Kerry; 8- 20095 (Students in Psychology) Mallya, Sasha
#1
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
INCREASING THE FOOTPRINT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN THE COMMUNITY: A CONVERSATION
ON GRASS-ROOTS MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY AND ADVOCACY INITIATIVES
Janani S Sankar, University of Western Ontario
#2
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
EXPLORING PSYCHO-SPIRITUAL COPING FROM A PENTECOSTAL-CHARISMATIC
FRAMEWORK
Sandra Dixon, University of Calgary
#3
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
BUILDING RELATIONAL CONNECTION: TEACHING COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY
WITHIN A BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Jennifer Thannhauser, University of Lethbridge
#4
Extremism and
Terrorism/Extrémisme et
terrorisme
BUILDING A COMPREHENSIVE UNDERSTANDING TO SUPPORT
COUNTER-TERRORISM IN CANADA
Lianne McLellan, Defence Research and Development Canada - Toronto
#5
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
A CRITICAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY: DIVERSITY OF
CONTEXT, THOUGHT, AND PRACTICE
Richard T. G. Walsh, Wilfrid Laurier University; Thomas Teo, York University
#6
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY ON-LINE
Michelle A Drefs, University of Calgary; Sharon Cairns, University of Calgary; Meadow
Schroeder, University of Calgary
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Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
PSYCHOLOGY IN HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS: WHAT WORKS WELL AND
WHAT DOESN’T
Kerry Mothersill, Alberta Health Services; Vicky Veitch Wolfe, IWK Health Centre; Theo De
Gagne, Vancouver Coastal Health; Joyce D’Eon, The Ottawa Hospital
#8
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
STRATEGIES FOR INTERACTING WITH THE MEDIA: ADVOCATING FOR
GRADUATE STUDENT TRAINING
Sasha Mallya, Ryerson University; Hanna McCabe-Bennett, Ryerson University; Natalie
Stratton, Ryerson University; Candice Monson, Ryerson University
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 25 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
INTERNATIONAL/CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT SYMPOSIUM PART I:
EXPLORING CULTURAL CONSTRUCTIONS ON INTERPERSONAL
RELATIONSHIPS, CONSUMER BEHAVIOURS, DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND
SOCIAL INTEGRATION
Biru Zhou, Concordia University
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ATTITUDES TOWARD INTERFAITH DATING AND MARRIAGE AMONG MUSLIM
YOUTH: THE ROLE OF RELIGIOSITY, CULTURAL IDENTITY, AND FAMILY
CONNECTEDNESS
Jorida Cila, York University; Richard Lalonde, York University
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON INDECISIVENESS AND VARIETY PREFERENCE:
THE ROLE OF NAÏVE DIALECTICISM
Andy H Ng, York University; Michaela Hynie, York University
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOM REPORTS IN RURAL AND URBAN CHINA
Jiahong Sun, Concordia University; Jessica Dere, Concordia University; Xiongzhao Zhu,
Second Xiangya Hospital; Shuqiao Yao, Second Xiangya Hospital; Lin Cai, Second Xiangya
Hospital; Andrew G Ryder, Concordia University
D
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ORIENTATIONS D’ACCULTURATION DES QUÉBÉCOIS FRANCOPHONES ENVERS
LES IMMIGRANTS ITALIENS «VALORISÉS» ET LES IMMIGRANTS MAFIEUX
« DÉVALORISÉS »
David-Alexandre Bosset, Université du Québec à Montréal; Richard Bourhis, Université du
Québec à Montréal
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 25 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHY TIME MATTERS INTERPERSONALLY: EXAMINING RELATIONAL OUTCOMES
FROM A TEMPORAL PERSPECTIVE
Kassandra Cortes, University of Waterloo
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SEEING THE POTENTIAL: HOW TEMPORAL COMPARISON ORIENTATION
INFLUENCES PERCEPTIONS OF ROLE MODELS
Miranda Giacomin, Wilfrid Laurier University; Anne E. Wilson, Wilfrid Laurier University
“I NEED YOU NOW”: SUBJECTIVE FEELINGS OF TIME PREDICT SETTLING
FOR LESS AMONG THOSE WHO FEAR BEING SINGLE
Stephanie S. Spielmann, University of Toronto; Geoff MacDonald, University of Toronto
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
“IT FEELS LIKE YESTERDAY AND I CAN’T STOP THINKING ABOUT IT”:
ATTACHMENT STYLE AND THE SUBJECTIVE DISTANCE OF RELATIONAL MEMORIES
Kassandra Cortes, University of Waterloo; Anne E. Wilson, Wilfrid Laurier University
D
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHEN DISTANCING GOES BAD: REASONING FROM THE FUTURE UNDERMINES
EFFECTIVE CONFLICT RESOLUTION FOR ENTITY THEORISTS
Alex Huynh, University of Waterloo; Igor Grossmann, University of Waterloo; Daniel Yang,
Yale University
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 2:00 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 25 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MAXIMIZING IMPACT: ASSESSMENT AND CRIMINAL RISK SCREENING IN
SPECIAL OFFENDER GROUPS
Lina Guzzo, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE APPLICABILITY OF A GENERAL RISK/NEED ASSESSMENT TOOL TO
ABORIGINAL OFFENDERS
J. Stephen Wormith, University of Saskatchewan; Sarah Hogg, Ministry of Community Safety
and Correctional Services
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE LOW RISK IDENTIFIER: CONSTRUCTING A LOW RISK SCREENING TOOL
FOR COMMUNITY OFFENDERS
Sarah Hogg, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services; Lina Guzzo, Ministry
of Community Safety and Correctional Services
C
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RISK ASSESSMENT: CONSTRUCTING A REOFFENCE
PREDICTION TOOL FROM AVAILABLE DATA
Lina Guzzo, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services; Sarah M Hogg, Ministry
of Community Safety and Correctional Services
2013-06-14 – 2:30 PM to 4:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
JOINT CPA/CCPPP INTERNSHIP FAIR PREPARING FOR YOUR PREDOCTORAL
INTERNSHIP AND WHAT TRAINING DIRECTORS REALLY LOOK FOR
Rupal Bonli, Saskatoon Health Region; Christophe Surette, University of Moncton; Natasha
Whitfield, York University; Robin A Adkins, Edmonton Internship Consortium
2013-06-14 – 2:30 PM to 4:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 25 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
DESIGNING EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH ADHD
Caroline Buzanko, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 2:30 PM to 4:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ESTIMATE AND INTERPRET STRUCTURAL EQUATION
MODELING OF LATENT INTERACTION
Patrick Gaudreau, Université d’Ottawa
2013-06-14 – 2:30 PM to 4:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 25 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
LA PRISE DE DÉCISION ÉTHIQUE : QUE FAIRE QUAND IL N’Y A PAS DE
RÈGLES DÉONTOLOGIQUES DICTANT LA CONDUITE À ADOPTER
(Parrainé par le Comité d’éthique de la SCP/Sponsored by CPA Committee on Ethics)
Janel Gauthier, Université Laval; Hélène Richard, Université Laval
2013-06-14 – 2:30 PM to 4:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
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TOO SENSITIVE!: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF WORKING WITH
SENSITIVE AND INTROVERTED ADULTS
Susan Meindl, private practice
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Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘E’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
Criminal Justice Psychology/Psychologie et justice pénale ; Social and Personality/Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
#1
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EFFECT OF DEVIANT SEXUAL FANTASIES ON ABERRANT SEXUAL
BEHAVIOURS: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS
Fiona Dyshniku, University of Windsor; Stephen Hibbard, University of Windsor
#2
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
RETURN TO THE IMPORTANCE OF CLINICAL VARIABLES IN PREDICTING
CRIME AND INFORMING CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT
Christopher Koegl, Ph.D., Ontario Correctional Institute; James Cheston, Ph.D., Ontario
Correctional Institute
#3
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SELF-CONSTRUAL AND SELF-AFFIRMATION EFFECTS IN EFFORTFUL
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES
Prakash Das, University of Calgary
#4
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EARLY RESULTS USING THE CORRECTIONAL Q-SORT
Michael Sheppard, Correctional Service Canada
Poster/Affiche
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
POSTER SESSION “E”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Criminal Justice Psychology/Psychologie et justice pénale; Social and Personality/Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
#1
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
UNDERSTANDING THE POLICE CAUTION AND POLICE QUESTIONING
Nicole M Adams, Dalhousie University; Steven M Smith, Saint Mary’s University; Marc W
Patry, Saint Mary’s University
#2
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
APPLYING BAYESIAN DATA ANALYSIS TO POLICE INVESTIGATIONS
Jared C Allen, Ryerson University; Alasdair M Goodwill, Ryerson University
#3
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EXAMINATION OF EFFECT SIZES OF REACTION TIME-BASED CONCEALED
KNOWLEDGE TESTS
Andrea M Arsenault, University of New Brunswick; Michael T Bradley, University of New
Brunswick Saint John
#4
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ACCURACY JUDGMENTS OF WITNESS STATEMENTS
Zoe Arthurson-McColl, University of Calgary; Melissa Boyce, University of Calgary; Zoe
Arthurson-McColl, University of Calgary
#5
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE FACE OF AN ANGEL: EFFECT OF EXPOSURE TO DETAILS OF MORAL
BEHAVIOUR ON FACIAL RECOGNITION MEMORY
Alysha Baker, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Leanne ten Brinke, University of
California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business; Stephen Porter, University of British Columbia Okanagan
#6
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
WHAT HELPS AND HINDERS THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF CRIMINALLY
INVOLVED YOUTH?
Jennifer Bartlett, The University of New Brunswick; José Domene, The University of New
Brunswick
#7
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE DARK TRIAD AND INTERPERSONAL PERCEPTION: THE FUNCTION OF
MODALITY
Pamela Black, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Stephen Porter, University of
British Columbia - Okanagan; Michael Woodworth, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
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#8
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ESCALATION FROM FETISH BURGLARIES TO SEXUAL OFFENDING: A CASE
STUDY OF COL. RUSSELL WILLIAMS
Andrew E Brankley, Ryerson University; Kylie Reale, Ryerson University; Alasdair M
Goodwill, Ryerson University
#9
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE ROLE OF DEHUMANIZATION IN UNDERSTANDING RESPONSES TO SEX
OFFENDERS IN THE COMMUNITY
Carolyn Camman, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan; Stephen Wormith,
Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan
#10
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MAKE IT OR BREAK IT DECISIONS: THE SELECTION AND JUDGEMENTS OF
GUILTY AND NOT GUILTY FACES
Katelynn Carter-Rogers, Saint Mary’s University; Dana Jakeman, Saint Mary’s University;
Timothy T Floyd, Saint Mary’s University; Steven M Smith, Saint Mary’s University
#11
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EFFECTIVELY TRAINING PROBATION OFFICERS: A REVIEW OF CURRENT
PRACTICES AND THE IMPACT ON OFFENDER RE-ENTRY
Nick Chadwick, Carleton University; Ralph C. Serin, Carleton University
#12
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
STALKING AND PSYCHOPATHY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PCL:SV
FACTOR 1 SCORES, TREATMENT COMPLETION, AND RECIDIVISM
Sarah Coupland, New York University; Melodie Foellmi, Fordham University; Michele
Galietta, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Barry Rosenfeld, Fordham University
#13
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
LES ADOLESCENTS AGRESSEURS SEXUELS: PORTRAIT ET TRAJECTOIRES
SELON LE MOTIF D’INTERVENTION DE LA DIRECTION DE LA
PROTECTION DE LA JEUNESSE
Janick Coutu, Université de Montréal; Denis Lafortune, Université de Montréal; Dominique
Meilleur, Université de Montreal
#14
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
HOW SHOULD LINKING ACCURACY BE MEASURED IN BEHAVIOURAL LINKAGE
ANALYSIS?
Holly Ellingwood, Carleton University; Natasha Korva, Carleton University; Craig Bennell,
Carleton University
#15
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
HOW SHOULD ACROSS-CRIME SIMILARITY BE ASSESSED IN BEHAVIOURAL
LINKAGE ANALYSIS FOR DIFFERENT CRIME TYPES?
Holly Ellingwood, Carleton University; Alyssa Garofalo, Carleton University; Craig
Bennell, Carleton University
#16
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EXAMINING GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PSYCHIATRIC, LEGAL AND RISK
VARIABLES IN A CANADIAN FORENSIC SAMPLE
Stephanie Fernane, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Teresa Grimbos, Centre for
Addiction and Mental Health; Stephanie Penney, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Alexander
Simpson, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
#17
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE INFLUENCE OF SCENE COMPLEXITY ON SPLIT-SECOND SHOOTING
DECISIONS: EVIDENCE FOR A WHITE SHOOTING BIAS
Alyssa Ferns, Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning; Craig Bennell,
Carleton University
#18
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
OFFICERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF BEHAVIOUR FOLLOWING A RELATIONSHIP
BREAK-UP
Heather Finnegan, University of Windsor; Patti A Timmons Fritz, University of Windsor
#19
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
JUROR PERCEPTIONS OF COERCIVE FALSE CONFESSION EVIDENCE
Alyssa Garofalo, Carleton University; Paul Dupuis, Algoma University
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BROKEN LEGS AND CLINICAL OVERRIDES
Jean-Pierre Guay, Université de Montréal; Geneviève Parent, Université de Montréal
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Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ITEM ANALYSIS OF RISK ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS IN A FORENSIC
PSYCHIATRIC SAMPLE
Chris Harabas, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; David
Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences/Psychology, UTSC
#22
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT INVENTORY VALIDITY SCALE CONFIGURATIONS
ON PARENTING CAPACITY ASSESSMENTS
Julie Harper, Lakehead University; Fred Schmidt, Children’s Centre Thunder Bay; Dwight
Mazmanian, Lakehead University; Jane Cuttress, Children’s Centre Thunder Bay
#23
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ENHANCED COGNITIVE INTERVIEW TRAINING
Constance T Heidt, University of Regina; Heather L Price, University of Regina; Katherine
D Arbuthnott, University of Regina
#24
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ASSESSING RISK OF RECIDIVISM: THE MODERATING EFFECT OF
PROTECTIVE FACTORS
Natalie J. Jones, Orbis Partners Inc.
#25
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING ANALYSES OF THE PSYCHOPATHY CHECKLIST:
SCREENING VERSION ACROSS CULTURES
Jacqueline M Kanippayoor, University of British Columbia; Brian P O’Connor, University of
British Columbia; Michael Woodworth, University of British Columbia
#26
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ASSIGNING LIABILITY IN CANADIAN CIVIL LITIGATION: A TUTORIAL ON
THE MINIMAL, PROBABILISTIC EVIDENCE REQUIRED TO MEET THE
STANDARD HELPS, BUT IS NOT ENOUGH
Robert J Konopasky, Saint Mary’s University; Krystal L Lariviere, Saint Mary’s University
#27
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
INVESTIGATION OF THE SPEECH, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, AND BODY
LANGUAGE OF PSYCHOPATHS AND NON-PSYCHOPATHS IN PSYCHOPATHY
CHECKLIST-REVISED (HARE, 2003) INTERVIEWS
Natasha Korva, Carleton University; Leanne ten Brinke, University of California Berkeley; Stephen Porter, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
#28
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
JUROR SKEPTICISM AND THE PERSUASIVENESS OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Michelle Krieger, Chicago School of Professional Psychology; Evan Harrington, Chicago
School of Professional Psychology
#29
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJURY: THE
ROLE OF EMOTION DYSREGULATION
Jennifer I Langille, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Amanda Blanco-Carranza,
University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Zach Walsh, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
#30
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE LATENT STRUCTURE OF SEXUAL SADISM
Nicholas Longpré, University of Montreal; Jean-Pierre Guay, University of Montreal;
Raymond Knight, University of Brandeis
#31
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PERCEPTIONS OF CRIMINAL PROFILING ACCURACY AND USEFULNESS: THE
IMPACT OF FICTIONAL TELEVISION REPRESENTATIONS OF CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
Michael-Anthony Lutfy, Carleton University; Craig Bennell, Carleton University
#32
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
INCIDENCE OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AMONG OFFENDERS
Devon Madill, Carleton University; John R Weekes, Carleton University; Michael Wheatley,
National Offender Management Service
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
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Psychologie et justice pénale
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Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
GENDER AND DECEPTION IN MISSING PERSONS CASES
Sarah M McQuaid, University of British Columbia-Okanagan; Michael Woodworth, University of
British Columbia - Okanagan; Erin Hutton, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Leanne ten
Brinke, Haas School of Business - UC Berkeley; Stephen Porter, University of British Columbia Okanagan
#34
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MEN CHANGING WAYS SPEAK: A POST GROUP EVALUATION
Maria Millang, University of Alberta
#35
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
CRIMINAL THINKING AND REARREST AMONG OFFENDERS ATTENDING A
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAM
Damon Mitchell, Central Connecticut State University; Raymond C Tafrate, Central
Connecticut State University
#36
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
A CRITIQUE OF MODELS AND MEASURES OF TREATMENT READINESS IN
OFFENDERS
Annik Mossiere, Carleton University; Ralph Serin, Carleton University
#37
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ATTEMPTING TO COMBAT GENDER BIASED SHOOTING DECISIONS THROUGH
MENTAL REHEARSAL
Annik Mossiere, Carleton University; Craig Bennell, Carleton University
#38
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
A GUIDED THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITY WORKBOOK FOR ADJUDICATED
ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN DETENTION WITH TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES
Karim A Nashef, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
#39
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
ARE THE EFFECTS OF POVERTY AND VICTIMIZATION ON CRIMINAL
RECIDIVISM MEDIATED BY DEPRESSION AS PREDICTED BY GENERAL
STRAIN THEORY? A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PROVINCIALLY SENTENCED WOMEN
Jennifer E. Newman, Ryerson University; David M. Day, Ryerson University
#40
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF PROFESSIONAL OVERRIDES IN FORENSIC
RISK ASSESSMENT
Laura Orton, University of Saskatchewan; Dr. Stephen Wormith, University of Saskatchewan
#41
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
A PROCESS EVALUATION OF THE SASKATOON STR8UP PROGRAM
Laura Orton, University of Saskatchewan; Giselle Patrick, University of Saskatchewan; Dr.
Stephen Wormith, University of Saskatchewan
#42
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PSYCHOPATHIC TRAITS, CRIMINAL THINKING STYLES, AND MOTIVATION
TO CHANGE AMONG UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES
Samantha J Riopka, University of Saskatchewan; Richard Coupland, University of
Saskatchewan; Mark E Olver, University of Saskatchewan
#43
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL VALUES AND VICTIM GENDER ON MOCK
JUROR DECISION MAKING: AN HONOUR KILLING TRIAL
Chelsea Sheahan, Carleton University; Joanna D Pozzulo, Carleton University
#44
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
RISK ASSESSMENT BY PROBATION OFFICERS WHO SUPERVISE YOUTH IN
THE COMMUNITY
Sarah Sinclair, Lakehead University; Solveig Thomasdottir, Lakehead University; Fred
Schmidt, Lakehead University
EXAMINING THE TRIARCHIC PSYCHOPATHY MEASURE: ASSESSING
BOLDNESS, MEANNESS, AND DISINHIBITION IN AN OFFENDER SAMPLE
Angela H Smeth, Carleton University; Ralph C Serin, Carleton University
#45
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Psychologie et justice pénale
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PREDICTING WILLINGNESS TO PERPETRATE: EXAMINING GENERAL
AGGRESSION, DATING AND SEXUAL EXPERIENCES, PORNOGRAPHY
CONSUMPTION, EXPLICIT ATTITUDES, AND IMPLICIT ATTITUDES RELATED
TO SEXUAL ASSAULT PERPETRATION IN COLLEGE MALES
Jamie A M Smith, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Pam McAuslan, University of
Michigan-Dearborn
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THE WILDCARD: A QUESTION OF LINEUP BIAS?
Natalie M. Therrien, University of Regina; Ryan J. Fitzgerald, University of Regina;
Heather L. Price, University of Regina
#48
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
STATIC-99 AND RRASOR PREDICT RECIDIVISM AMONG DEVELOPMENTALLY
DELAYED SEXUAL OFFENDERS: A CUMULATIVE META-ANALYSIS
Heather VanZuylen, Public Safety Canada; Chelsea Sheahan, Public Safety Canada; R. Karl
Hanson, Public Safety Canada
#49
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE: THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN
TRAUMA AND DELINQUENCY AMONG ADOLESCENT FEMALES
Kayla A Wanamaker, Carleton University; Shelley L Brown, Carleton University; Tracey A
Skilling, University of Toronto
#50
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
WHICH TREATMENT AND MEASUREMENT VARIABLES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH
INTRA-INDIVIDUAL COGNITION CHANGE? A REVIEW OF THE CORRECTIONAL
TREATMENT LITERATURE
Kaitlyn Wardrop, Carleton University; Caleb D Lloyd, Carleton University; Ralph C Serin,
Carleton University
#51
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
A NEW COMPUTER SIMULATION TOOL FOR STUDYING SHOOTING DECISIONS
Kaitlyn Wardrop, Carleton University; Craig Bennell, Carleton University
#52
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
IS PENILE PLETHYSMOGRAPHY (PPG) A GOOD PREDICTOR OF SEXUAL
RECIDIVISM? ASSESSING PUBLICATION BIAS
Ran Wei, University of New Brunswick; Michael Bradley, University of New Brunswick
#53
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
DIVERTING OUR ATTENTION TO WHAT WORKS: EVALUATING THE
EFFECTIVENESS OF A YOUTH DIVERSION PROGRAM
Holly A. Wilson, Ryerson University; Robert D. Hoge, Carleton University
#54
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
POTENTIAL MEDIATORS AND MODERATORS OF SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOUR
AMONG INCARCERATED JUVENILE OFFENDERS
Holly A. Wilson, Ryerson University; David M. Day, Ryerson University; Trevor A. Hart,
Ryerson University
#55
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
EST-CE QUE L’ESTIME DE SOI, LE CONCEPT DE SOI, LES VALEURS
ANTISOCIALES ET LA MOTIVATION PEUVENT NOUS AIDER À MIEUX
COMPRENDRE LES COMPORTEMENTS DÉLINQUANTS?
Martin Yelle, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Isabelle Green-Demers, Université du
Québec en Outaouais
#56
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
MODELING PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTANCE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF
SCHOOL–BASED BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAMS
Charles E Cunningham, McMaster University; Tracy Vaillancourt, University of Ottawa;
Heather Rimas, McMaster University; Yvonne Chen, McMaster University; Stephanie Mielko,
McMaster University; Lesley Cunningham, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board
#57
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND STUDENT GOALS
Catherine Annecca, Laurentian University; Chantal Arpin-Cribbie, Laurentian University
#58
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE RICH GET RICHER: SOCIAL DOMINANCE ORIENTATION PREDICTS
UNFAIRLY FAVORABLE TREATMENT FOR HIGH STATUS BUT NOT LOW STATUS
TARGETS
Joel B. Armstrong, The University of Western Ontario; James M Olson, The University of
Western Ontario
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CORRELATES AND CONSEQUENCES OF FRIENDSHIP DEPTH IN YOUNG
ADULTHOOD
Lilly Both, University Of New Brunswick
#60
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de lapersonnalité
MOTIVATIONAL PROFILE OF HIGH-ALTITUDE MOUNTAINEERS
Jelena Brcic, University of British Columbia; Lisa Shiozaki, University of British
Columbia
#61
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DEAL BREAKERS IN LONG VERSUS SHORT TERM ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP
Holly Marie Chapadeau, Saint Mary’s Univeristy; Kathleen Darling, Saint Mary’s University;
Laura Hanusiak, Saint Mary’s University; Christopher Moule, Saint Mary’s University; Kimberly
Moule, Saint Mary’s University; Allison L Prosser, Saint Mary’s University; Maryanne L Fisher,
Saint Mary’s University
#62
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EXPERIENCES WITH SERIAL MONOGAMY
Kathleen Darling, Saint Mary’s University; Maryanne L Fisher, Saint Mary’s University
#63
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
HOW SELF-CONSTRUAL INFLUENCES DECISIONS TO SACRIFICE IN
ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Lisa C Day, University of Toronto; Bonnie M Le, University of Toronto; Emily A Impett,
University of Toronto
#64
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EFFECTS OF VIDEO GAME PLAYING ON FACIAL EMOTION RECOGNITION
Ruth L Diaz, University of Calgary; Carina G Chiu, University of Calgary; Ulric Wong,
University of Calgary; Jennifer L Prentice, University of Calgary; Vina M Goghari, University of
Calgary
#65
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LES DESSEINS DE L’UNIVERS MARVEL
Philippe Doucet, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Stéphane Perreault, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Donald M Taylor, Université McGill
#66
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECT OF RAPE CASES NOT GOING TO TRIAL ON VICTIM BLAME AND
BELIEF IN A JUST WORLD
Caroline E Drolet, Brock University; Eric Hill, Albion College
#67
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DOMAIN-TO-DOMAIN VARIATIONS IN PERFECTIONISM: WHAT IF WE WERE
MORE PERFECTIONISTS IN SOME AREAS OF OUR LIVES?
Véronique Franche, Université d’Ottawa; Patrick Gaudreau, Université d’Ottawa
#68
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
BELIEFS ABOUT MEMORY AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON RECALL
Shelagh Freedman, Concordia; Alexa Larouche Wilson, Concordia University; Ida Foster,
Concordia University; Jean-Roch Laurence, Concordia University
#69
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE SEXUAL SELF-CONCEPT: CONCEPTUALIZATIONS AND FUTURE
DIRECTIONS
Emilie Eve Gravel, University of Ottawa
#70
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE DARK TRIAD AND INTRA-SEXUAL COMPETITION AMONG WOMEN
Laura B Hanusiak, Saint Mary’s University; Maryanne L Fisher, Saint Mary’s University;
Gregory L Carter, University of Durham
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A COMPARISON STUDY ON NATIONAL PRIDE AMONG IRANIAN STUDENTS WHO
STUDIED IN IRAN AND WHO STUDIED IN CANADA
Fatemeh Hosseinialmadani, Psychology Department, Shahid Beheshti University; Fatemeh
Bagherian, Psychology Department, Shahid Beheshti University; Alexandra Gottardo, Wilfrid Laurier
University
#72
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EMPLOYMENT REALITIES OF GRADUATES AND LEAVERS WITH DISABILITIES
IN CANADA
Mary Jorgensen, Adaptech Research Network; Catherine S. Fichten, Adaptech Research
Network; Mai Nhu Nguyen, Adaptech Research Network; Maria Barile, Adaptech Research
Network; Jillian Budd, Adaptech Research Network; Rhonda Amsel, McGill University
#73
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WOMAN DRIVERS: EFFECTS OF SOCIAL STEREOTYPE THREAT ON DRIVING
BEHAVIOUR IN THE CONTEXT OF DRIVING SIMULATION
Yara Kadulina, University of Ottawa; Stéphanie Presseault, University of Ottawa; Shawn I
Nnorom, University of Ottawa; Matt Kateb, University of Ottawa; Sylvain Gagnon, University of
Ottawa
#74
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INCREASINGLY, RESEARCHERS RELY ON ONLINE SURVEYS, BUT WORRY
ABOUT QUALITY OF PARTICIPATION: ONLINE PARTICIPANTS DID
COMPLETE THE STUDY MORE QUICKLY THAN IN-UNIVERSITY
PARTICIPANTS, BUT PERFORMED EQUALLY WELL
Robert Konopasky, Saint Mary’s University; Charity K Porter, Saint Mary’s University
#75
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EFFECTS OF IMMIGRANT GENERATION ON ATTITUDES TOWARD
DISCRIMINATION CLAIMANTS: SAME ETHNICITY, DIFFERENT OUTCOMES
Natalia Lapshina, The University of Western Ontario; Victoria M. Esses, The University of
Western Ontario
#76
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SEX DIFFERENCES IN JEALOUSY: INVESTIGATING INFIDELITY TYPES AND
RIVAL CHARACTERISTICS USING EXPERIMENTALLY MANIPULATED ANIMATED VIDEOS
Sebastien Larocque, Lakehead University
#77
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ORGANISATION DES RELATIONS D’ATTACHEMENT SPÉCIFIQUES
Olivier Laverdière, Université de Sherbrooke; Jean Descôteaux, Université de Sherbrooke
#78
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF DYSPHORIA ON THE DYNAMICS
OF MARITAL INTERACTIONS
Ivana Lizdek, University of Waterloo; Erik Woody, University of Waterloo; Pamela Sadler,
Wilfrid Laurier University; Uzma Rehman, University of Waterloo
#79
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHY IS FORGIVING SO HARD? THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF THE NECESSARY
ANTECEDENTS AND COMPONENTS OF FORGIVENESS BASED ON SEVERITY AND
INTENT OF THE TRANSGRESSION
Stacey L Mackinnon, University of Prince Edward Island
#80
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
#81
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
RECONCEPTUALIZING THE THEORY OF ALTRUISTIC MOTIVATIONS: MORE
THAN JUST EMPATHY VERSUS EGOISM
Jessica MacLeod, University of Prince Edward Island; Stacey L MacKinnon, University of
Prince Edward Island
PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC IN A NUTSHELL: A QUANTITATIVE LINGUISTIC
ANALYSIS OF THE JOURNAL’S ABSTRACTS FROM 1983 TO 2011
Dave Miranda, University of Ottawa; Jean-Philippe Thivierge, University of Ottawa; Laura
Mitchell, Bishop’s University
#82
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
AN EXAMINATION OF WHY SOME MEN PREFER OLDER WOMEN
Christopher Moule, Saint Mary’s Univeristy; Maryanne L Fisher, Saint Mary’s Unversity
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
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#83
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
‘CREEPING’ OR INFORMATION SEEKING? GENDER DIFFERENCES
IN JEALOUSY AND PARTNER MONITORING ON FACEBOOK
Amanda Neves, University of Guelph-Humber; Sarah McCaffrey, University of Guelph-Humber;
Amy Muise, University of Toronto Mississauga
#84
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PROPRIÉTÉS PSYCHOMÉTRIQUES DE QUESTIONNAIRES TRADUITS ET
VALIDÉS EN LIEN AVEC LES ÉTUDIANTS POSTSECONDAIRES EN SITUATION
DE HANDICAP AU CANADA
Mai Nhu Nguyen, Réseau de Recherche Adaptech; Catherine S Fichten, Collège Dawson, Réseau
de Recherche Adaptech, Hôpital général juif, Université McGill; Maria Barile, Réseau de Recherche
Adaptech; Laura King, Cégep André-Laurendeau; Shirley Jorgensen, Collège Dawson; Alice Havel,
Collège Dawson; Jillian Budd, Réseau de Recherche Adaptech; Jennison Asuncion, Réseau de
Recherche Adaptech; Rhonda Amsel, Université McGill; Zohra Mimouni, Collège Montmorency
#85
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
UNDERESTIMATING THE MOOD BENEFITS OF VIRTUAL NATURE: AFFECTIVE
FORECASTING ERRORS AND THE EFFECT OF NATURE PHOTOGRAPHS ON
POSITIVE EMOTIONS
Elizabeth Nisbet, Trent University; John M Zelenski, Carleton University
#86
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SUICIDE IDEATION AND THE DARK TRIAD OF PERSONALITY
Hana Raheb, Western University; Caroline Campbell, WESTERN UNIVERSITY; Holly Baughman,
Western University; Erica Giammarco, Western University; Tony Vernon, Western University
#87
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHAT DOESN’T BORE YOU MAKES YOU STRONGER: AN EXPLORATION OF THE
EFFECTS OF BOREDOM PRONENESS ON CHARACTER STRENGTHS
Mark Skowronski, Ramapo College of New Jersey; Agata Mirowska, Southern New Hampshire
University
#88
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DÉVELOPPEMENT ET VALIDATION D’UNE TÂCHE OBJECTIVE DES
TRAITS URGENCE, MANQUE DE PRÉMÉDITATION ET RECHERCHE DE
SENSATION DE LA PERSONNALITÉ IMPULSIVE: LA TÂCHE DE PRISE DE
DÉCISION SOCIALE
Charlotte CS Sordes, Université de Montréal; Anne AH Henry, Université de Montréal; Jean
JG Gagnon, Département de Psychologie, Université de Montréal
#89
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS AND TRAIT
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Kylie Spadafora, University of Western Ontario; Livia Veselka, The University of Western
Ontario; Erica Giammarco, The University of Western Ontario; Phillip A Vernon, The University of
Western Ontario
#90
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
TRAIT PERFECTIONISM, PERFECTIONISTIC SELF-PRESENTATION, AND
PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN
MAINLAND CHINA
Chang Su, York University; Gordon Flett, York University; Liang Ma, Senior Researcher,
Anshan Continuing Education Institute; Liangrong Guo, Associate Professor, Institute of
Scientific Education, Anshan Normal University; Paul Hewitt, Department of Psychology University
of British Columbia
#91
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
GOING UNDER THE (WRONG) KNIFE: PREDICTING SURGEON EFFECTIVENESS
FROM FACIAL APPEARANCE
Man-On Tong, University of Toronto; Nicholas O Rule, University of Toronto; Konstantin O
Tskhay, University of Toronto
#92
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MAN CREATES GOD IN HIS OWN IMAGE
Konstantin O. Tskhay, University of Toronto; Nicholas O. Rule, University of Toronto
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
A MODEL OF SEXUAL SATISFACTION AND ROMANTIC SATISFACTION WITHIN
ATTACHMENT THEORY: A LONGITUDINAL INVESTIGATION OF SAME-SEX AND
MIXED-SEX RELATIONSHIPS
Lynita White, Queen’s University; Karen Blair, University of Utah; Emma Dargie, Queen’s
University; Jaclyn Cappell, Queen’s University; Caroline F Pukall, Queen’s University
#94
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
GRASMICK ET AL.’S (1993) SCALE OF SELF-CONTROL AND THE HEXACO
PERSONALITY INVENTORY: HOW DO THEY COMPARE?
Jocelyn Wiltshire, The University of Calgary; Michelle Tkachuk, University of Calgary;
Kibeom Lee, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOANALYTIC AND PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE
PSYCHOANALYTIQUE ET PSYCHODYNAMIQUE
Heather MacIntosh, School of Social Work, McGill University
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY/NEUROPSYCHOLOGIE CLINIQUE
R Longman, Alberta Health Services
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Keynote/
Conférencière
invitée de la section
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
SOCIAL BONDS, EMOTION REGULATION AND HEALTH THROUGH THE LIFE SPAN
Marylene Cloitre, National Center for PTSD
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Oral Paper Session/
Séance de présentation
orale
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
“PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH: FROM CONCEPTION TO
TRANSLATION”
A
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
B
History and Philosophy of
Psychology/Histoire et
philosophie de la psychologie
CONSTRUCT VALIDATION: DOES PHILOSOPHICAL STANCE MATTER?
Donald A Garcia, Simon Fraser University; Wanda Power, Simon Fraser University; Kathleen L
Slaney, Simon Fraser University
KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION: FEMINIST INTERPRETATIONS, CRITICAL
TRANSFORMATIONS
Laura C Ball, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care
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Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY/PSYCHOLOGIE DE LA SANTÉ
Tavis Campbell, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
IDENTIFYING PERSONS VULNERABLE TO VIOLENT EXTREMISM AND
UNDERSTANDING TERRORIST RECRUITMENT THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA
Jeff Weyers, Halton Regional Police Service
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) BOY INTERRUPTED (2009)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-14 – 3:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
QUANTITATIVE METHODS/MÉTHODES QUANTITATIVES
Donald Sharpe, University of Regina
2013-06-14 – 3:30 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 30 à 16 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Robert Gifford, University Of Victoria
A
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
SOCIAL INFLUENCE APPROACHES TO ENCOURAGE RESOURCE CONSERVATION:
A META-ANALYSIS
Wokje Abrahamse, University of Victoria; Linda Steg, University of Groningen
B
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
DIVERSIFYING THE MEASUREMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ATTITUDES AND
BEHAVIOURS
Reuven Sussman, University of Victoria; Leila Scannell, University of Victoria; Jorge
Aranda, University of Victoria; Robert Gifford, University Of Victoria
C
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE IMPLICIT LINK OF LUXURY AND SELF-INTEREST: EXPLORING
ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOUR IN A MATERIAL WORLD
Angel Chen, University of Victoria; Robert Gifford, University Of Victoria
D
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
ACCESSIBILITY IN SOCIAL HOUSING AND AGING IN PLACE
Lindsay McCunn, University of Victoria; Robert Gifford, University Of Victoria
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Symposium/Symposium
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
CONTENDING WITH PRO-EXTREMIST INFORMATION DISTORTION IN
MAINSTREAM MEDIA
David Nussbaum, UTSC/Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
A
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
SCRIPTURAL SOURCES OF MIDDLE-EASTERN EXTREMISM AND TERRORISM
Wagdy Loza, Department of Psychiatry, Queen’s University
B
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS UTILIZED BY MAINSTREAM MEDIA TO SUBTLY
MANIPULATE PUBLIC OPINION
David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences/Dept. of Psychology,UTSC
C
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
AN EVALUATION OF CANADIAN MEDIA BIAS PORTRAYING ISRAELI AND THE
MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD LEADERSHIP
Karen Clarke Smith, Ontario Provincial Police; Artur Maximenco, Department of Psychology,
UTSC; David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores/Department of Psychology, UTSC
D
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
CANADIAN MEDIA BIAS IN CANADIAN POLITICAL REPORTING: AN
OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS OF PORTRAYALS OF CONSERVATIVE AND NDP
LEADERSHIP
Artur Maximenco, Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough; Karen Clark
Smith, Ontario Provincial Police; David Nussbaum, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health
Sciences/Psychology, UTSC
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
2013-06-14 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Heather MacIntosh, School of Social Work, McGill University
2013-06-14 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
R Longman, Alberta Health Services
2013-06-14 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Reception/Réception
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION FOR TRAUMATIC STRESS
Catherine Classen, University of Toronto
2013-06-14 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
“ADVANCING CHILDREN’ WELL-BEING IS MORE THAN JUST
SCIENCE: IT TAKES A CHAMPION. HONOURING DR. BEA WICKETT
Timothy V Hogan, Donald H Saklofske, University of Western Ontario; Alan W Leschied,
University of Western Ontario
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Reception/Réception
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
RECEPTION
Tavis Campbell, University of Calgary
2013-06-14 – 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
Réunion annuelle
Psychology and Religion/
Psychologie et religion
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOLOGY AND RELIGION/PSYCHOLOGIE ET RELIGION
2013-06-14 – 5:00 PM to 6:55 PM – 17 h 00 à 18 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
FRIDAY / VENDREDI
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
90
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING/ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE ANNUELLE
Karen Cohen, CEO, Canadian Psychological Association
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Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
TASK FORCE ON THE FUTURE OF PUBLICLY FUNDED PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES
IN CANADA
Lorne Sexton, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
2013-06-15 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
IMPLEMENTING THE RISK-NEED-RESPONSIVITY FRAMEWORK IN YOUTH
JUSTICE PRACTICE
Michele Peterson-Badali, Ontario Institute For Studies In Education
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PROBATION SUPERVISION PRACTICES: IMPACT OF IMPLEMENTING THE SAVRY
Rachael Perrault, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School;
Gina Vincent, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Laura Guy,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
MATCHING SERVICES TO YOUTHS’ CRIMINOGENIC NEEDS: DOES IT REDUCE
RE-OFFENDING?
Rebecca J Nelson, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Scarlet Woods, University of
Massachusetts Medical School; Geno Salomone, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Laura
Guy, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Gina Vincent,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School
C
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
AN EXAMINATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RISK-NEEDS ASSESSMENT
(YLS/CMI) IN A YOUTH FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH SETTING
Tracey Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and University of Toronto; Michele
Peterson-Badali, OISE/University of Toronto; Shelley Brown, Forensic Psychology Research Centre,
Carleton University
D
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
THE ROLE OF MENTAL HEALTH IN RESPONSIVITY AND CRIMINOGENIC
NEEDS FOR JUSTICE-INVOLVED YOUTH
Sarah McCormick, OISE/University of Toronto; Michele Peterson-Badali, OISE/University of
Toronto; Tracey Skilling, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and University of Toronto
2013-06-15 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
BINGE EATING DISORDER: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT APPROACH
Jodie Richardson, Change, Cognitive Behavioural Psychology Clinic; Patricia Groleau,
McGill University; Lisa Rutledge, Change, Cognitive Behavioural Psychology Clinic; Catherine
Senécal, Change, Cognitive Behavioural Psychology Clinic
2013-06-15 – 7:30 AM to 8:55 AM – 7 h 30 à 8 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
THEORY REVIEW SESSION “D”/SESSION EXAMEN THÉORIQUE
#1
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
CONFLICTED DIVORCE AND THE TRAUMATIC SOCIAL MESS
Ian C Connop, Relationships Australia; K. I. Dispute Alternatives and Family Services:
Centre for Alternative Disp
#2
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
ADOLESCENT REALITIES: UNDERSTANDING THEIR WORLD
Ronda Knowles Connop, Calgary Board of Education
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
2013-06-15 – 8:00 AM to 8:55 AM – 8 h 00 à 8 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
PUBLIC POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING
Wendy Josephson, University of Winnipeg
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Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
PAST PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
David Dozois, University of Western Ontario
2013-06-15 – 9:00 AM to 9:55 AM – 9 h 00 à 9 h 55 – 200C – QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Plenary Session/
Session plénière
The Family of Psychology
Keynote Address/Conférence
“La famille de la psychologie”
GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY: THE HEDONIC RETURN ON
EXPERIENTIAL AND MATERIAL PURCHASES
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Thomas Gilovich, Cornell University
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘F’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Clinical Psychology/Psychologie clinique
#1
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MEDIATORS OF CHANGE IN THE STIGMATIZATION OF DEPRESSION AMONG
CAUCASIAN AND ASIAN POPULATIONS
Francois Botha, University of Western Ontario; Amanda L Shamblaw, University of Western
Ontario; David JA Dozois, University of Western Ontario
#2
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS OF PATHOLOGICAL
SKIN-PICKING: A META-ANALYSIS
Michelle M Gagnon, University of Regina; Bethany L Gelinas, University of Regina
#3
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INCREASING ONCOLOGY AND PALLIATIVE CARE NURSES’ WORK
SATISFACTION AND QUALITY OF LIFE WITH GROUP INTERVENTION: A
LITERATURE REVIEW
Christine Goyette, Université du Québec à Montréal; Mélanie Vachon, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Lise Fillion, Université Laval Québec
#4
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
IMPROVING COGNITION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: EXPLICIT OR IMPLICIT
TRAINING? A REVIEW.
Karine Paquin, Université de Montréal; Tania Lecomte, Université de Montréal; Stéphane
Potvin, Université de Montréal
#5
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CHANGES IN MOOD AND PAIN IN PEOPLE ON AN OPIOID TAPER WITHIN A
MEDICATION MANAGMENT PROGRAM
Elisabeth Saxton, OrionHealth; Michele Moon, OrionHealth; Jennifer Meldrum, OrionHealth
#6
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EXAMINING PSYCHACHE AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN INTERPERSONAL NEEDS
AS PREDICTORS OF SUICIDALITY
Michael Tung, Queen’s University; Ronald R Holden, Queen’s University
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Poster/Affiche
POSTER SESSION “F”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Clinical Psychology/Psychologie clinique
#1
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DIFFERENCES IN EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS WITH
DEPRESSION AND BORDERLINE SYMPTOMS
Nadia Al-Dajani, University of Toronto; Amanda Uliaszek, University of Toronto,
Scarborough
#2
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SOCIOTROPY AND PERCEPTION OF OWN AND CLOSE FRIEND’S DIETING
BEHAVIOURS AND BODY IMAGE
Taslim Alani, Lakehead University; Josephine Tan, Lakehead University
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BEST FRIENDS FOREVER? PEER SIMILARITY IN EATING HABITS AND BODY
IMAGE SATISFACTION
Taslim Alani, Lakehead University; Josephine Tan, Lakehead University
#4
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF DISCLOSURE OF NONSUICIDAL
SELF-INJURY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Jenna Armiento, Brock University; Chloe Hamza, Brock University - Psychology Department;
Teena Willoughby, Brock University - Psychology Department
#5
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
NONSUICIDAL SELF-INJURY CHARACTERISTICS AND SELF-INJURY
DISCLOSURES
Jenna Armiento, Brock University; Chloe Hamza, Brock University - Psychology Department;
Teena Willoughby, Brock University - Psychology Department
#6
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EMOTION DYSREGULATION AND THE MEDICAL LETHALITY OF
SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOURS IN PATIENTS WITH BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER
Veerpal Bambrah, University of Toronto (Scarborough); Anthony C. Ruocco, University of
Toronto (Scarborough)
#7
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ADOLESCENT PEER RELATIONS AND SOCIAL COMPETENCE ASSOCIATED WITH
PARENTING STRESS IN FAMILIES OF ADOLESCENTS WITH ADHD
Hiron Banerjee, Human Development and Applied Psychology Dept, OISE, University of
Toronto; Daniella Biondic, Human Development and Applied Psychology Department, OISE, University
of Toronto; Judith Wiener, Human Development and Applied Psychology Department, OISE, University
of Toronto
#8
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A KINDNESS EXERCISE RELIEVES DEPRESSION IN DISAGREEABLE
INDIVIDUALS
Caroline Barnes, York University; Myriam Mongrain, York University; Ryan Barnhart, York
University
#9
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MENTAL HEALTH ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCES, SYMPTOM ACUITY, AND
PSYCHOLOGICAL FORTITUDE AS PREDICTORS OF HELP-SEEKING AMONG
YOUNG ADULTS
Brooke Beatie, University of Manitoba; Donald Stewart, University of Manitoba; John
Walker, University of Manitoba
#10
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP AS A MEDIATOR FOR ACADEMIC
ENABLING BEHAVIOURS IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD
Véronique Bélanger-Lejars, University of Ottawa; Maria Rogers, University of Ottawa
#11
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LE RÔLE DU SOUTIEN CONJUGAL DANS LA RELATION UNISSANT
L’ATTACHEMENT AMOUREUX ET LA SEXUALITÉ
Noémie Bigras, Université du Québec à Montréal; Katherine Péloquin, Université de
Montréal; Audrey Brassard, Université de Sherbrooke
#12
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SOCIAL ANXIETY RUMINATION QUESTIONNAIRE: ESTABLISHING A NEW
MEASURE OF POST-EVENT PROCESSING IN SOCIAL ANXIETY
Rebecca A. Blackie, Wilfrid Laurier University; Nancy L. Kocovski, Wilfrid Laurier
University
#13
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENT AWARENESS AND RESILIENCE IN
TREATMENT-REFERRED YOUTH
Kristy Boughton, University of Guelph; Margaret N Lumley, University of Guelph; Heidi N
Bailey, University of Guelph
#14
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PROCESSUS DE RÉTABLISSEMENT : ANALYSE DE RÉCITS NARRATIFS DE
JEUNES EN DÉBUT DE PSYCHOSE
Geneviève Bourdeau, Université de Montréal; Tania Lecomte, Université de Montréal; Paul H
Lysaker, University of Indiania
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#3
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
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#15
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PREDICTION OF INTENTIONS TO CHANGE NEGATIVE THINKING: THE ROLE
OF THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR CONSTRUCTS AND SYMPTOM SEVERITY
Kristina Bradley, University of Ottawa; Erika Moreno, University of Ottawa; Darcy A
Santor, University of Ottawa
#16
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TETRIS AS A “COGNITIVE VACCINE” FOR THE PREVENTION OF TRAUMA
SYMPTOMS: AN ANALOGUE STUDY
James Brazeau, Gilmour Psychological Services; Ron Davis, Lakehead University; Chad Keefe,
Lakehead University
#17
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MEASUREMENT AND CORRELATES OF MENTAL ILLNESS SELF-STIGMA AMONG
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
Leah Breslow, York University; Rebecca Elyse Young, York University; Natalie Marie Michel,
York University; Wenfeng Zhao, York University; Joel Owen Goldberg, York University
#18
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR MEDICATION RESISTANT
SCHIZOPHRENIA: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW
Amy Burns, University of British Columbia; Colleen Brenner, University of British
Columbia; David H Erickson, Fraser Health
#19
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF MOTIVATION AND RESISTANCE ON THERAPY
PROCESS
Melissa Button, York University; Henny A Westra, York University
#20
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROTECTIVE BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES AND
HEAVY EPISODIC DRINKING IN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Bethany J Cain, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Alexandra S Kruse, Lakehead
University, Department of Psychology; Suzanne E Chomycz, Lakehead University, Department of
Psychology; Nicole B Poirier, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Daphne G Haggarty,
Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Aislin R Mushquash, Dalhousie University,
Department of Psychology; Christopher J Mushquash, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology;
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
#21
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COPING WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS: A TEST OF THE SELF-REGULATION MODEL
Melissa N Care, The University of Western Ontario; Nicholas A Kuiper, The University of
Western Ontario
#22
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF NARRATIVE AND EMOTION INTEGRATION PROCESSES TO
THERAPEUTIC OUTCOME IN EMOTION-FOCUSED THERAPY FOR TRAUMA
Naomi Carpenter, York University; Emily Bryntwick, York University; Lynne Angus, York
University; Boritz Tali, York University; Paivio Sandra, University of Windsor
#23
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE REASONS TO GO ON LIVING PROJECT: STORIES OF RECOVERY AFTER
A SUICIDE ATTEMPT
K. Jacky Chan, University of Ottawa; Helen Kirkpatrick, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton;
Jennifer Brasch, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
#24
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EVALUATION OF A NEW MEASURE OF PARENTING PRACTICES
Kathy Chan, University of Ottawa; Catherine M Lee, University of Ottawa
#25
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
STRIVING TO AVOID INFERIORITY AS A MEDIATOR OF THE RELATION
BETWEEN TEASING AND EATING DISORDER SYMPTOMS
Felicia M Chang, University of Windsor; Sherry Van Blyderveen, McMaster Children’s
Hospital; Jessie Miller, McMaster University
#26
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A SURVEY OF CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGISTS: DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
AND PRACTICE
Vivian Chen, McGill University; Jann Tomaro, McGill University; Gabriela Ionita, McGill
University; Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University
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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BRIEF SERVICES IN A CHILDREN’S
MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY CLINIC
Suzanne Chomycz, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Fred Schmidt, Lakehead
University, Department of Psychology; Children’s Centre Thunder Bay
#28
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION AND EEG-ALPHA NEUROFEEDBACK: THE
MEDIATING EFFECT OF ALPHA ACTIVITY ON ANXIETY AND STRESS
REDUCTION
Theodore Chow, University of Western Ontario; Paul A Frewen, University of Western Ontario
#29
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RISK OF BIAS IN SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND META-ANALYSES OF
PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS DUE TO MISSING TRIAL DATA: THE CASE
OF MINDFULNESS-BASED THERAPIES
Stephanie Coronado-Montoya, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Linda
Kwakkenbos, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Brett Thombs, McGill University and
Jewish General Hospital
#30
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF ANGER IN NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJURY AND RISK-TAKING
IN ADOLESCENCE
Michelle D Cru, McGill University; Maryam Gholamrezaei, McGill University; Rick N Noble,
McGill University; Nancy Heath, McGill University
#31
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FACIAL EMOTIONAL RECOGNITION IN PATIENTS WITH BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER
Alexander R Daros, University of Toronto Scarborough; Anthony C Ruocco, University of
Toronto Scarborough
#32
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A RELIABILITY GENERALIZATION STUDY OF THE HARVARD TRAUMA
QUESTIONNAIRE
Chantal M Darzi, University of Ottawa; John Hunsley, University of Ottawa
#33
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DECONSTRUCTING THE WISCONSIN CARD SORTING TEST: INVESTIGATING
COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA USING
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Lauren A David, Ryerson University; Laura N Stefanik, Queen’s University; Christopher R
Bowie, Queen’s University; Effie J Pereira, Queen’s University
#34
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SUDDEN GAINS IN THE COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL TREATMENT OF
GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER
Sonya S Deschênes, Concordia University; Michel J Dugas, Concordia University
#35
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LA PERCEPTION D’AVOIR ÉTÉ ABANDONNÉ DURANT L’ENFANCE:
INFLUENCE SUR LE FONCTIONNEMENT PSYCHOLOGIQUE ADULTE
Jean Descôteaux, Département de psychologie, Université de Sherbrooke; Olivier Laverdière,
Département de psychologie, Université de Sherbrooke; Marika Landreville, Département de
psychologie, Université de Sherbrooke; Coralie Purcell-Lévesque, Département de psychologie,
Université de Sherbrooke; Sarah Wilhelmy, Département de psychologie, Université de Sherbrooke
#36
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF ATTRIBUTION STYLE IN THE EXPRESSION OF DEPRESSION
SYMPTOMOLOGY: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS
Pendle Dewhirst, Mount Saint Vincent University; Vicky Veitch-Wolfe, IWK Health Centre
#37
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CALLOUS-UNEMOTIONAL TRAITS AS A MODERATOR OF IMPULSIVITY IN
PEER FUNCTIONING
Djurdja Djordjevic, University of Toronto, Department of Psychology; Geoff Sorge, York
University, Department of Psychology; Brendan Andrade, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health,
University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry
#38
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF SOCIOTROPY IN SELF-SILENCING AND
DEPRESSION IN MEN AND WOMEN
Dana M Dupuis, Lakehead University; Josephine CH Tan, Lakehead University; Alyssa
Pappalardo, Lakehead University; Alana Rawana, Lakehead University
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Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EMOTIONAL DISTRESS TOLERANCE, NEGATIVE AFFECT, ANXIETY
SENSITIVITY, AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY IN RELATION TO
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
Sophie Duranceau, University of Regina; Mathew G. Fetzner, University of Regina; R.
Nicholas Carleton, University of Regina
#40
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MATERNAL ABUSE AS A MODERATOR OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ABUSE
INTERVENTION PROGRAM
Amanda L Dyson, OISE/University of Toronto; Katreena L Scott, OISE/University of Toronto
#41
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INVESTIGATING CHILDHOOD EMOTIONAL MALTREATMENT, ADULT
ATTACHMENT, AND MINDFULNESS AS PREDICTORS OF INTERNALIZING
SYMPTOMS AND EMOTIONAL PROCESSING
Lianne English, University of Guelph; Heidi Bailey, University of Guelph
#42
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCESSIVE REASSURANCE
SEEKING AND PERCEIVED STRESS
Lyndsay Evaire, University of Western Ontario; Rebecca McDermott, University of Western
Ontario; David J. A. Dozois, University of Western Ontario
#43
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL TREATMENT OF POSTNATAL WORRY AND GAD: A
SINGLE-CASE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
Virginie Favre, Université de Sherbrooke; Patrick PG Gosseline, Université de Sherbrooke
#44
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FACTEURS DE VULNÉRABILITÉ ASSOCIÉS À LA CONSULTATION DE SITES
INTERNET POUR ADULTES
Anik Ferron, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Yvan Lussier, Université du Québec à
TroisRivières
#45
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
IDENTIFYING THE FACETS OF EMOTION DYSREGULATION IN BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER: A PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS
Skye Fitzpatrick, Ryerson University; Janice R Kuo, Ryerson University
#46
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DO RELATIONS AMONG ATTACHMENT, EMPATHY, AND AGGRESSION VARY BY
GENDER?
Catherine E. Gallagher, Saint Francis Xavier University; Margo C. Watt, Saint Francis
Xavier University; Kim MacLean, Saint Francis Xavier University
#47
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF THE ANXIETY SENSITIVITY INDEX–3
Catherine E. Gallagher, Saint Francis Xavier University; Margo C. Watt, Saint Francis
Xavier University; Christianne B. Macaulay, York University
#48
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE INFLUENCE OF ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT IN PREDICTING ANGER IN
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE PERPETRATORS
Andrée-Anne Genest, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Cynthia Mathieu, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Raymond Brochu, Halte Drummond
#49
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DISTRACTION USE IN ASSOCIATION WITH PANIC AND SOCIAL PHOBIA
SYMPTOMS
Maria Giobbi, Concordia University; Jessica Senn, Concordia University; Hannah Levy,
Concordia University; Adam Radomsky, Concordia University
#50
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PREDICTION OF THE FEAR OF CHILDBIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN
Patrick Gosselin, Université de Sherbrooke; Mélanie Béland, Université de Sherbrooke;
Laurence Viau-Guay, Université de Sherbrooke; Karen Chabot, Université de Sherbrooke; Lysiane
Goulet-Gervais, Université de Sherbrooke; Alexandre JS Morin, University of Western Sydney
#51
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EXERCISE AND SEASONALITY IN RELATION TO MOOD, SLEEP, AND
CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE
Seija Grant, Lakehead University; Josephine CH Tan, Lakehead University
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COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL GROUP THERAPY FOR PERINATAL ANXIETY: A
PILOT STUDY
Sheryl Green, St. Joseph’s Healthcare & McMaster University; Randi E McCabe, St. Joseph’s
Healthcare & McMaster University; Erika Haber, St. Joseph’s Healthcare
#53
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CHILDHOOD ABUSE EXPERIENCES AND COMORBID PERSONALITY TRAITS:
PROGNOSTIC ROLE UPON RESPONSE TO TREATMENT IN BULIMIA-SPECTRUM
DISORDERS
Patricia Groleau, McGill University; Howard Steiger, Douglas Institute, McGill University;
Ming Hwei Yek, McGill University; Mimi Israel, Douglas Institute, McGill University
#54
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION AND HEAVY EPISODIC DRINKING AMONG
CANADIAN UNDERGRADUATES
Daphne G Haggarty, Lakehead University; Suzanne E Chomycz, Lakehead University; Bethany J
Cain, Lakehead University; Nicole B Poirier, Lakehead University; Aislin R Mushquash, Dalhousie
University; Christopher J Mushquash, Lakehead University, Dalhousie University
#55
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
BIOPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF STRESS IN GENERAL ANXIETY
DISORDER
Atayeh Hamedani, McMaster University; Joelle LeMoult, St. Joseph’s Healthcare & McMaster
University; Randi McCabe, St. Joseph’s Healthcare & McMaster University; K. Lira Yoon, The
University of Maine
#56
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
META-ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF COMORBIDITY ON THE OUTCOME OF
COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL TREATMENTS FOR ADULT MAJOR DEPRESSION
Leigh Henderson, Ryerson University; Elizabeth Wong, Ryerson University
#57
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TELEPSYCHOLOGY IN MANITOBA: IMPACT OF A BRIEF EDUCATIONAL
SEMINAR
Maxine Holmqvist, Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University of Manitoba; Debbie
L Whitney, Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University of Manitoba
#58
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE IMPACT OF BRIEF INTERVENTION ON LIFE ORIENTATION AND
SYMPTOM SEVERITY IN A CLINICAL SAMPLE
Vivian Huang, University of Calgary; Barb Backs-Dermott, University of Calgary; Indira
Caro, University of Calgary
#59
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PREVALENCE AND FAMILIAL AGGREGATION OF MIGRAINE AND MOOD
DISORDERS: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Adam Iskric, McGill University; Nancy Low, McGill University
#60
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PERCEIVED COMPETENCE IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION: A COMPARISON OF
CANADIAN AND AMERICAN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY SUPERVISORS’
SELF-ASSESSMENTS
Edward Johnson, University of Manitoba; Donald W Stewart, University of Manitoba; Yunqiao
Wang, University of Manitoba
#61
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION: THE ROLE OF BOTH PERCEIVED AND RECEIVED
SOCIAL SUPPORT
Emily Kear, University of Windsor; Emily M. Johnson, University of Windsor; Rosanne Menna,
University of Windsor
#62
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
AN EVALUATION OF AN INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR ABUSIVE FATHERS:
IMPROVING RELATIONSHIPS TO REDUCE CHILD MALTREATMENT
Jake Keithley, University of Toronto; Katreena Scott, University of Toronto
#63
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF POSITIVE LIFE EVENTS IN YOUTH EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING
Lindsey Keyfitz, University of Guelph; Margaret Lumley, University of Guelph
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Psychologie clinique
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Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EFFECT OF LEVEL OF EXPERIENCING DURING PSYCHOTHERAPY ON
TREATMENT OUTCOME
Ula Khayyat-Abuaita, University of Windsor; Fedaa Beiti, University of Windsor; Kari
Lustig, University of Windsor; Nicole Beeby, University of Windsor; Melanie Bastien, University
of Windsor; Stephen Hibbard, University of Windsor
#65
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
STIGMA-RELATED EMPATHIC ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOUR ASSOCIATED WITH
SUB-CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PSYCHOSIS IN THE OBSERVER
Alyssa R Kluk, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton & BSRU - University
of Alberta; Si Victoria Tian, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton & BSRU University of Alberta; Daniel J LaFreniere, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital Edmonton
& BSRU - University of Alberta; Angela Beirbach, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital
Edmonton & BSRU - University of Alberta; Cam Wild, School of Public Health, University of
Alberta; Philip G Tibbo, Dept of Psychiatry, Dalhousie University; Jody Wolfe, School of Public
Health, University of Alberta; Scot E Purdon, Neuropsychology Department, Alberta Hospital
Edmonton & BSRU - University of Alberta
#66
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS, COPING, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN MOOD DISORDERS
Giselle Kraus, McGill University Health Centre; Pablo Cervantes, McGill University Health
Centre; Marie Saint-Laurent, McGill University Health Centre; Nancy C. Low, McGill University
Health Centre
#67
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TRAIT MINDFULNESS IN PATIENTS WITH BORDERLINE PERSONALITY
DISORDER AND THEIR FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES
Ola M Kuforiji, University of Toronto; Anthony C Ruocco, University of Toronto
#68
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY AND OTHER UNCERTAINTY-RELATED
CONSTRUCTS AS PREDICTORS OF GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER
Andrea Kusec, Ryerson University; Carly Basian, Ryerson University; Naomi Koerner, Ryerson
University
#69
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF GENERAL AND RELATIONSHIP-SPECIFIC ATTRIBUTIONS IN
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION
AND INDIVIDUAL AND RELATIONSHIP OUTCOMES
Meredith S.H. Landy, Ryerson University; Stephanie E. Taillefer, Ryerson University;
Candice M. Monson, Ryerson University
#70
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE PROMIS®-57 HEALTH OUTCOME MEASURES
Shawnda C Lanting, Copeman Healthcare Centre and University of British Columbia; Boaz Y
Saffer, Copeman Healthcare Centre; Michael S Koehle, University of British Columbia and Copeman
Healthcare Centre; Grant L Iverson, University of British Columbia and Copeman Healthcare Centre
#71
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LA TCE AUPRÈS DE COUPLES DONT UN MEMBRE A UNE MALADIE CARDIAQUE
ET DE COUPLES EN BONNE SANTÉ : UNE ÉTUDE DU PROCESSUS
THÉRAPEUTIQUE
Geneviève LaRocque, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Paul S. Greenman, Université du
Québec en Outaouais
#72
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CORRELATES OF MULTIPLE PSYCHOTROPIC
PRESCRIPTION DRUG USE
William Laverty, University of Saskatchewan; Ivan W Kelly, University of Saskatchewan;
Bonnie L Janzen, University of Saskatchewan
#73
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TEEN DEPRESSION GROUPS ON FACEBOOK: A CONTENT ANALYSIS
Bethany I Lerman, University of Guelph; Stephen P Lewis, University of Guelph; Margaret N
Lumley, University of Guelph
#74
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILES OF MEN WITH
HISTORY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PERPETRATION
Victoria Lishak, University of Toronto; Katreena Scott, University of Toronto
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DIFFERENCES IN CARDIOVASCULAR CORRELATES OF SELF-REGULATION
BETWEEN CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR PEERS
Victoria Lishak, University of Toronto; Steven Woltering, University of Toronto; Leonardo
Ferraro, University of Toronto; Britney elliot, University of Toronto; Isabela Granic, Radboud
University Nijmegen
#76
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE INFLUENCES OF ATTACHMENT STYLE ON EXCESSIVE REASSURANCE
SEEKING AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK SEEKING
Jaclyn A Ludmer, University of Western Ontario; Lyndsay E Evraire, University of Western
Ontario; David J A Dozois, University of Western Ontario
#77
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MINDFUL ACCEPTANCE MEDIATES ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ATTACHMENT AND
ANXIETY SENSITIVITY DIMENSIONS
Christianne Macaulay, York University; Margo C Watt, St. Francis Xavier University; Kim
MacLean, St. Francis Xavier University; Angela Weaver, St. Francis Xavier University
#78
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INTEGRATING POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMOR APPROACHES TO
WELL-BEING
Nadia B Maiolino, The University of Western Ontario; Nicholas A Kuiper, The University of
Western Ontario
#79
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF CHILDREN (8-12 YO) TREATED FOR AN EATING
DISORDER OVER A 15 YEAR PERIOD
Dominique Meilleur, Université de Montréal; Olivier Jamoulle, CHU Sainte-Justine; Danielle
Taddeo, CHU Sainte-Justine; Jean-Yves Frappier, CHU Sainte-Justine
#80
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PARENTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CONTROL AS PREDICTORS OF
INTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS IN YOUNG ADULTS – A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
Jessica Menard, University of Windsor; Megan I Duffett, University of Windsor; Kristen
Williams, University of Windsor; Julie Hakim-Larson, University of Windsor
#81
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EMOTION DYSREGULATION MEDIATES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDHOOD
TRAUMA AND BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER SYMPTOM SEVERITY
Rebecca K Metcalfe, Ryerson University; Jennifer Khoury, Ryerson University; Janice R Kuo,
Ryerson University
#82
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
“IT’S FABULOUS RESEARCH.” SHY INDIVIDUALS’ INTERPRETATIONS OF
COUNTERFACTUAL VERBAL IRONY
Tracy Mewhort-Buist, University of Waterloo; Elizabeth S Nilsen, University of Waterloo
#83
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
GRIEF AND THE QUEST FOR MEANING: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS
Evgenia Milman, McGill University; James M Gillies, New Mexico VA Health Care System;
Robert A. Neimeyer, University of Memphis
#84
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
POSITIVE ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ CROSS-CULTURAL
TRANSITION: A QUALITATIVE EXPLORATION
Lisa C. Moores, Memorial University of Newfoundland
#85
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ASSESSING READINESS TO CHANGE NEGATIVE THINKING: STAGES OF
CHANGE AND THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR
Erika J Moreno, University of Ottawa; Kristina Bradley, University of Ottawa; Darcy
Santor, University of Ottawa
#86
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CROSS DISCIPLINARY TRAINING IN MENTAL HEALTH: A PRELIMINARY
COMPARISON
Douglas D Murdoch, Mount Royal University
#87
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF HOUSEHOLD BREAK AND ENTER
ON CHILDREN
Douglas D Murdoch, Mount Royal University
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Psychologie clinique
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Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EFFECT OF A NEGATIVE MOOD INDUCTION ON ATTENTION TO EMOTIONAL
IMAGES IN INDIVIDUALS AT RISK FOR DEPRESSION
Kristin R Newman, University of Calgary; Calandra Speirs, University of Calgary; Amanda
Fernandez, University of Calgary; Christopher R Sears, University of Calgary
#89
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE IMPACT OF PREVIOUS DEPRESSIVE EPISODES ON ATTENTION TO
EMOTIONAL INFORMATION IN CURRENTLY DEPRESSED INDIVIDUALS
Kristin R Newman, University of Calgary; Christopher R Sears, University of Calgary
#90
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ON-LINE SURVEYS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Andrew Nguyen, University of Ottawa; Catherine Horvath, University of Ottawa; Catherine M.
Lee, University of Ottawa
#91
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ATTENTION TRAINING IN DYSPHORIA: INDUCING A NEGATIVE
ATTENTIONAL BIAS IN A HEALTHY STUDENT SAMPLE
Katarzyna KN Nicpon, University of Calgary
#92
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PROBLEM DRINKERS WHO PERCEIVE THEMSELVES AS BEING INAUTHENTIC
MAY ENJOY INCREASED MOTIVATION TO QUIT OR CUT BACK: SOMETIMES
LACKING INTEGRITY CAN BE GOOD
Stephanie Nikitiuk, University of Windsor; Kenneth Hart, University of Windsor; Phillip A
Ianni, University of Windsor; T M Carey, University of Windsor; A Robinson, University of Windsor
#93
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
HYPOMANIC PERSONALITY AND ADDICTION-RELATED BEHAVIOURS IN YOUNG
ADULTHOOD
Robyn N. O’Brien, University of Guelph; James D. A. Parker, Trent University; Carolyn
Watters, University of Toronto Scarborough
#94
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE WORD-SENTENCE ASSOCIATION PARADIGM (WSAP) FOR GENERALIZED
ANXIETY DISORDER: ASSESSING INTERPRETATION BIAS
Avital S. Ogniewicz, Concordia University; Michel J. Dugas, Concordia University; Frédéric
Langlois, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Patrick Gosselin, Université de Sherbrooke;
Naomi Koerner, Ryerson University
#95
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THOUGHT-SHAPE FUSION IN EATING DISORDERS: PERSISTENCY EFFECTS
OF A PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION
Catherine Ouellet-Courtois, Concordia University; Jennifer Coelho, Douglas Mental Health
Institute; Adam Radomsky, Concordia University; Lea Thaler, Douglas Mental Health Institute; Mimi
Israel, Douglas Mental Health Institute; Howard Steiger, Douglas Mental Health Institute
#96
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PERSONALITY FACTORS AND MOTIVES RELATED TO MARIJUANA USE IN
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Nicole B Poirier, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Suzanne E Chomycz,
Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Daphne G Haggarty, Lakehead University,
Department of Psychology; Bethany J Cain, Lakehead University, Department of Psychology; Aislin
R Mushquash, Dalhousie University, Department of Psychology; Christopher J Mushquash,
Lakehead University, Department of Psychology & Northern Ontario School of Medicine
#97
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
WHAT IS THE STATUS OF RESEARCH ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF
COMPETENCIES IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Myriam Pomerleau, University of Ottawa; Marie-Pier Pitre-d’Iorio, University of Ottawa;
Julie Gosselin, University of Ottawa; Keegan Barker, University of Ottawa; Cary Kogan, University
of Ottawa
#98
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
NEGATIVE MOOD AND LOW SELF-ESTEEM IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD: THE
ROLE OF NEGATIVE LIFE EVENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS
Erika Portt, University of Ottawa, Lakehead University; Darcy Santor, University of
Ottawa; Genevieve Monaghan, University of Ottawa
#99
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CAN SELF-ADMINISTERED SCHEMA THERAPY REDUCE OVERALL
PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS?
Margaret Priemer, Université de Moncton, Campus de Moncton; France Talbot, Université de
Moncton, Campus de Moncton
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IMPLEMENTING GROUP PSYCHOEDUCATION FOR BIPOLAR DISORDER IN
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS: A KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION STUDY
Martin D Provencher, Université Laval, École de psychologie; Lisa D Hawke, Toronto Western
Hospital; Meggy Bélair, Université Laval; Anne-Josée Guimond, Université Laval; Lyne Pouliot,
Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec; Philippe Baruch, Institut universitaire en
santé mentale de Québec
#101
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
COMPARING SEX-SPECIFIC FACTOR STRUCTURES OF THE SILENCING THE
SELF SCALE IN PREDICTING DEPRESSION AND NEGATIVE AFFECT
Alana Rawana, Lakehead University; Josephine C. H. Tan, Lakehead University; Alyssa
Pappalardo, Lakehead University; Dana M. Dupuis, Lakehead University
#102
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SEASONALITY, STRESS, AND EATING BEHAVIOURS
Alana M. J. Rawana, Lakehead University; Josephine C. H. Tan, Lakehead University
#103
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE SUITABILITY FOR SHORT TERM COGNITIVE
THERAPY SCALE
Jesse Renaud, McGill University; Jennifer J Russell, McGill University; Gail Myhr, McGill
University
#104
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SLEEPING IN THE SLEEP LAB: HOW CHILDREN WITH ADHD AND TYPICALLY
DEVELOPING CHILDREN ADAPT
Jennifer E Richards, Dalhousie University; Meredith Bessey, Dalhousie University; Penny
Corkum, Dalhousie University
#105
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EXPLORTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCESSIVE REASSURANCE
SEEKING AND COGNITIVE ORGANIZATION
Katerina Rinc, University of Western Ontario; Rebecca McDermott, University of Western
Ontario; David J. A. Dozois, University of Western Ontario
#106
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TREATMENT ADEQUACY FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS IN A PRIMARY CARE
SAMPLE: RESULTS FROM THE DIALOGUE PROJECT
Pasquale Roberge, Université de Sherbrooke; Arnaud Duhoux, Université de Montréal; Louise
Fournier, Université de Montréal
#107
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
ASSESSING FAMILY AND COGNITIVE VARIABLES IN CHILD SOCIAL
ANXIETY
Marsha Rowsell, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Valerie A Noel, Memorial University
of Newfoundland; Sarah E Francis, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Susan Doyle, Memorial
University of Newfoundland
#108
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MECHANISMS UNDERLYING CHANGE: DO BELIEFS ABOUT MEMORY PREDICT
REDUCTIONS IN CHECKING?
Sarah E Schell, Concordia University; Gillian M Alcolado, Concordia University; Adam S
Radomsky, Concordia University
#109
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
CULTURAL VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH THE STIGMATIZATION OF
DEPRESSION AMONG ASIANS: ACCOUNTING FOR DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
ASIANS AND CAUCASIANS
Amanda Shamblaw, The University of Western Ontario; Francois B Botha, The University of
Western Ontario; David J.A. Dozois, The University of Western Ontario
#110
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RESPONSE INHIBITION AND SUSTAINED ATTENTION IN BORDERLINE
PERSONALITY DISORDER WITH AND WITHOUT MAJOR DEPRESSION
Maryam Sharif-Razi, University of Toronto; Anthony C Ruocco, University of Toronto
#111
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PERFECTIONISM, DIFFICULTY ACCEPTING THE PAST, AND DEPRESSION: A
2-WAVE LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF COMMUNITY MEMBERS
Simon Sherry, Dalhousie University; Peter A. Hall, University of Waterloo; Dayna L.
Sherry, QEII Health Sciences Centre
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Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
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#112
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
REVISITING THE LINK BETWEEN BIPOLAR DISORDERS AND AGGRESSION
Megan M Short, Lakehead University; Dwight Mazmanian, Lakehead University
#113
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
AN EXAMINATION OF THE CLINICAL UTILITY OF THE COLUMBIA SYMPTOM
SCALE AS A SCREENING INSTRUMENT FOR YOUTH
Shalini Sivathasan, New York University; Anthony Puliafico, Columbia University/New York
State Psychiatric Institute; Prudence W Fisher, Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric
Institute; Moira A Rynn, Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute
#114
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
POST-INTERVENTION AND FOLLOW-UP EFFECTS OF TWO ACTIVATION-BASED
GUIDED SELF-HELP INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
Isabelle Soucy, Laval University; Martin D. Provencher, Laval University
#115
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE EFFECT OF DISTRACTION ON THE VIVIDNESS AND EMOTIONALITY OF
MEMORY FOR A FEARED STIMULUS
Joelle N Soucy, Concordia University; Jessica M Senn, Concordia University; Adam S
Radomsky, Concordia University
#116
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FAITH & CULTURAL STRENGTHS AND ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION: THE
ROLE OF RESILIENCE
Michael A. Strating, University of Guelph; Margaret N. Lumley, University of Guelph
#117
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PARENTAL SELF-EFFICACY IN PARENTS OF PRE-SCHOOL AND SCHOOL-AGED
CHILDREN
Whitney D Taylor, University of Ottawa; Kathy Chan, University of Ottawa; Catherine M Lee,
University of Ottawa
#118
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EMPATHY OF ADOLESCENTS WITH ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY
DISORDER: A COMPARISON OF PARENT-REPORT, SELF-REPORT AND
EMOTION RECOGNITION
Victoria Timmermanis, Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at University of Toronto;
Dr. Judith Wiener, Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at University of Toronto
#119
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THEORETICAL ORIENTATIONS INFLUENCING PSYCHOLOGISTS’ PRACTICE IN
CANADA
Jann Tomaro, McGill; Vivian Chen, McGill University; Gabriela Ionita, McGill University;
Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University
#120
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A TWO YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PSYCHACHE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP
TO SUICIDALITY IN HIGH-RISK INDIVIDUALS
Talia Troister, Queen’s University; Ronald R Holden, Queen’s University
#121
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
BEHAVIORAL SLEEP PROBLEMS AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON
DEVELOPING EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN CHILDREN
Kathryn Turnbull, Western University; Graham J. Reid, Western University; J. Bruce Morton,
Western University
#122
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A NATIONAL SURVEY OF STUDENT EXTENDED HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAMS
IN POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS IN CANADA: LIMITED SUPPORT FOR
STUDENTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS
John R. Walker, University of Manitoba; Monica Nunes, Centre for Addiction and Mental
Health; Tara Syed, Lakehead University; Meagan De Jong, Calgary Counselling Centre; Don Stewart,
University of Manitoba; Martin Provencher, Université Laval; Richard P Swinson, McMaster
University; Jack Ferrari, Jack Ferrari, Psychologist; Patricia Furer, University of Manitoba; MM
Mobilizing Minds Research Group, Mobilizing Minds Research Group
#123
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SELF-ASSESSMENT: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF TRAINING AND
PERCEIVED COMPETENCE IN RESEARCH AND CLINICAL SUPERVISION AMONG
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
Yunqiao Wang, University of Manitoba; Donald Stewart, University of Manitoba; Edward
Johnson, University of Manitoba
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#124
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DO DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL EMPATHY IMPACT SOCIAL
FUNCTIONING IN HEALTHY ADULTS WITH HIGH LEVELS OF PSYCHOPATHIC
PERSONALITY TRAITS?
Ellen Waring, McMaster University; Isha Bhatoa, McMaster University; Heather E McNeely, St
Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
#125
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
UTILITY OF THE MMPI-2-RF HIGHER-ORDER, RESTRUCTURED CLINICAL,
AND SPECIFIC PROBLEM SCALES IN THE PREDICTION OF SYNDROMAL
METACLUSTERS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: A CONSTRUCT VALIDITY ANALYSIS
Carolyn A Watters, University of Toronto; R. Michael Bagby, University of Toronto
Scarborough
#126
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FLEXIBILITY OR FRAGMENTATION? THE RELATION BETWEEN SITUATIONAL
VARIABILITY IN PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT
Thomas Wiens, University of British Columbia; William L Dunlop, University of British
Columbia; Lawrence J Walker, University of British Columbia
#127
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
EMOTIONAL PARENTIFICATION AS A MEDIATOR IN THE RELATION BETWEEN
PARENTAL DYSFUNCTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS
Kristen Williams, University of Windsor; Megan I Duffett, University of Windsor; Julie
Hakim-Larson, University of Windsor
#128
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
A NETWORK APPROACH TO THE MEASUREMENT OF PERCEIVED CAUSAL
RELATIONS BETWEEN SYMPTOMS IN THREE CLINICAL POPULATIONS
Andrew Wrath, University of Western Ontario; Paul Frewen, Western University
#129
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
BIPOLAR I VERSUS BIPOLAR II: DISTINCT DISORDERS OR NOT?
Emily Yung, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University; Nancy Low, Department of
Psychiatry, McGill University; Adam J Iskric, McGill University
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
L’EXPERTISE PSYCHOLÉGALE EN MATIÈRE CRIMINELLE : UN APPEL À LA
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Steve Curadeau, Université de Sherbrooke
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
NOT THE USUAL SUSPECTS: UNIQUE PREDICTORS OF RELATIONSHIP
SATISFACTION & FUNCTIONING IN DIVERSE RELATIONSHIP TYPES
Karen L. Blair, University of Utah
A
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CONTEXTUALIZING CYBERSEX EXPERIENCE: HETEROSEXUALLY IDENTIFIED
MEN AND WOMEN’S DESIRE FOR AND EXPERIENCES WITH CYBERSEX IN
THREE TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS
Krystelle Shaughnessy, University of New Brunswick; Sandra E Byers, University of New
Brunswick
B
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT SPECIFICALLY FOR RELATIONSHIPS IN
PREDICTING RELATIONSHIP WELL-BEING & HEALTH: A LONGITUDINAL
STUDY OF SAME-SEX & MIXED-SEX COUPLES
Karen Blair, University of Utah; Caroline F Pukall, Queen’s Univesrity
C
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
GO LONG! PREDICTORS OF POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP OUTCOMES FOR THOSE
IN LONG DISTANCE DATING RELATIONSHIPS
Emma Dargie, Queen’s Univesrity; Karen Blair, University of Utah; Corrie Goldfinger,
Queen’s University; Caroline F Pukall, Queen’s University; Jennifer Brunet, Queen’s University
D
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ARE YOU GAME? THE BENEFITS OF SEXUAL COMMUNAL STRENGTH
Amy Muise, University of Toronto; Emily Impett, University of Toronto - Mississauga
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
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2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Award/Prix
CPA AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHOLOGY AS A PROFESSION
Forensic Psychology in Canada: A Century after Münsterberg
Thomas Dalby,
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
PSYCHOLOGISTS AND RETIREMENT/PSYCHOLOGUES ET LA RETRAITE
Réunion annuelle
Juanita Mureika, Private Practice, Calgary, Alberta
Psychologists and Retirement/
Psychologues et la retraite
SECTION PROGRAM/PROGRAMME
DE LA SECTION
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 10:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 10 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
GOVERNMENT RELATIONS UPDATE: LOBBYING ON BEHALF OF CANADIAN
PSYCHOLOGY 2012/2013
Meagan Hatch, Manager of Public Affairs and Communications,Canadian Psychological
Association; Karen Cohen, (CEO), Canadian Psychological Association
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
THEORY REVIEW SESSION “I”/SESSION EXAMEN THÉORIQUE
#1
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
INDIVIDUAL PATIENT DATA (IPD) META-ANALYSIS TO OVERCOME
SHORTCOMINGS IN TRADITIONAL META-ANALYSIS OF SCREENING TEST
ACCURACY
Brooke Levis, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Brett Thombs, McGill
University and Jewish General Hospital
#2
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PRÉVENTION DE L’ÉPUISEMENT PROFESSIONNEL : SYNTHÈSE DES
CONNAISSANCES THÉORIQUES ET PRATIQUES
Marie Papineau, Université de Sherbrooke
#3
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
ENHANCING WORKER MOTIVATION THROUGH AN ENABLING APPROACH
Jagjit K Singh, DeVry Institute of Technology
#4
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
A TAXONOMY OF DARK BUT SUBCLINICAL PERSONALITIES
Delroy Paulhus, U British Columbia
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
THE INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF IT ADOPTION
Chris Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University; Jay Wade, Fordham University; Abby Byrnes,
Coppin State University
A
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
ITEM THEORY OF IT ADOPTION
Chris Brittan-Powell Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University
B
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
EMPIRICAL FINDINGS SUPPORTING ITEM THEORY
Abby Byrnes, Coppin State University
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Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
USING ITEM THEORY TO EVALUATE A LECTURE CAPTURE SYSTEM
Jay Wade, Fordham University
D
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
HERDING CATS: MOTIVATING FACULTY TO ADOPT IT
Chris Brittan-Powell Brittan-Powell, Coppin State University
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
IMPROVING COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH CARE: THE ROLE OF
MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING AND EMPATHY ON QUALITY OF CARE AND
PATIENT OUTCOMES IN CHRONIC DISEASE
Kim Lavoie, University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM); Tavis Campbell, University of Calgary
A
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
APPLICATIONS AND EFFICACY OF MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING TO
IMPROVE ADHERENCE AND OUTCOMES IN ASTHMA
Kim Lavoie, University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM); Gregory Moullec, Concordia
University; Simon Bacon, Concordia University
B
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
APPLICATIONS AND EFFICACY OF MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING FOR
HEALTH BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE PATIENTS
Simon Bacon, Concordia University
C
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EMPATHY IN PRACTICE: DO PHYSICIANS ACCURATELY IDENTIFY SYMPTOMS
OF DEPRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES OR CANCER?
Serge Sultan, University of Montreal
D
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE: EFFICACY OF MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
FOR HEALTH BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN CHRONIC DISEASE
Gregory Moullec, Concordia University; Kim Lavoie, University of Quebec at Montreal
(UQAM); Simon Bacon, Concordia University
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:55 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
COUNSELLING SOUTH ASIAN CLIENTS: A SYSTEMIC AND EMPIRICALLY
BASED MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT MODEL
Sonya Sehgal, University of Alberta
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
HOW TO PRACTICE WHAT WE PREACH: APPLYING SOCIAL JUSTICE WITHIN
COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY
Barbara Kennedy, University of Calgary
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ENHANCING COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY BY TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT
SOCIAL JUSTICE ENGAGEMENT
Barbara Kennedy, University of Calgary
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
AN ACTION RESEARCH INITIATIVE DESIGNED TO ENHANCE THE
PATIENT-PROVIDER RELATIONSHIP IN THE PROVISION OF PRENATAL CARE
TO WOMEN WITH LOW INCOME
Carmen Thompson, University of Calgary
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
BRIDGING THE GAP: USING SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH TO INFORM
COUNSELLING THEORY
Barbara Pickering, University of Calgary
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 10 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
ACCREDITATION SITE VISITOR WORKSHOP
Stephan Kennepohl, University of Montréal
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2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Presentation/Présentation
(HEAD DOCS) HAPPY (2011)
Tyler Stacey-Holmes, CPA
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS IN THE
CLASSROOM: THE ROLE OF CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS IN PREDICTING
TEACHER SELF-EFFICACY
Damien Cormier, University of Alberta; Erin Atkinson, University of Alberta; Marnie
Hutchison, University of Alberta; Amanda I Radil, University of Alberta
A
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
AN EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ ATTRIBUTIONS ABOUT THE
CAUSES OF DIFFICULTIES EXPERIENCED BY STUDENTS WITH THREE
NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
Amanda I Radil, University of Alberta; Erin Atkinson, University of Alberta; Marnie
Hutchison, University of Alberta; Jacqueline Pei, University of Alberta; Lia Daniels, University
of Alberta
B
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
AN EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ SELF-EFFICACY IN
WORKING WITH STUDENTS WITH THREE NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
Marnie Hutchison, University of Alberta; Amanda I Radil, University of Alberta; Erin
Atkinson, University of Alberta; Jacqueline Pei, University of Alberta; Lia Daniels, University
of Alberta
C
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS AS PREDICTORS OF TEACHER SELF-EFFICACY IN
WORKING WITH STUDENTS WITH THREE NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS:
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ATTRIBUTIONAL RETRAINING
INTERVENTION
Erin Atkinson, University of Alberta; Marnie Hutchison, University of Alberta; Amanda I
Radil, University of Alberta; Jacqueline Pei, University of Alberta; Lia Daniels, University of Alberta
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ETHNIC MATCHING OR EXCLUSION: AN EMPIRICAL, THEORETICAL AND
METHODOLOGICAL INQUIRY INTO CROSS-CULTURAL MENTAL HEALTH
SERVICES
Zhipeng Gao, York University; Marissa E Barnes, York University; Wenfeng Zhao, York
University
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURAL DETERRENTS TO PROFESSIONAL HELP-SEEKING: EXAMINATION
OF THE ETHNIC MATCH THEORY AMONG EAST ASIAN CANADIANS
Wenfeng Zhao, York University
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ETHNIC IDENTITIES, SELF-OTHER DISTINCTIONS, AND EMPATHY:
PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Marissa E Barnes, York University
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
A PHENOMENOLOGICAL-HERMENEUTIC INTERPRETIVE FRAMEWORK FOR
CROSS-CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING
Zhipeng Gao, York University
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2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
NEW APPROACHES ON RESEARCH IN INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Pylin Chuapetcharasopon, University of Waterloo
A
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
THE WINNER OF THE 2013 RHR-KENDALL AWARD WILL PRESENT HIS OR
HER RESEARCH PAPER. THE STUDENT’S WORK WILL BE RECOGNIZED WITH
A PLAQUE AND A FINANCIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY RHR INTERNATIONAL
Francois Chiocchio, PhD, Université de Montréal, Département de Psychologie
B
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
REGULATORY FIT AND WORK MOTIVATION: INSIGHT FOR MANAGERS TO
GIVE DISCIPLINARY MESSAGE THAT FITS
Franki Y. K. Kung, University of Waterloo; Young-Hoon Kim, Yonsei University; Daniel Y.-J.
Yang, Yale University; Shirley Y.Y. Cheng, Hong Kong Baptist University
C
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
TASK MOTIVATION AND THE GOAL-SETTING PROCESS
Lisa Plant, University of Windsor
2013-06-15 – 10:00 AM to 11:25 AM – 10 h 00 à 11 h 25 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting
Réunion d’affaires
EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
2013-06-15 – 11:00 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
THEORY REVIEW SESSION “C”/SESSION EXAMEN THÉORIQUE
#1
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
MASTERSON’S THEORY OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER: A
PRIMER
Loray Daws, Private practice
#2
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
THEORETICAL CONJUNCTIONS: FEMINIST POST-STRUCTURALISM,
DISCURSIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
Maria Gurevich, Ryerson University
#3
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF MENTALIZING CONCEPTS TO THE
TREATMENT OF COUPLES DEALING WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA
Heather MacIntosh, School of Social Work, McGill University
#4
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
AN EXAMINATION OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PSYCHOPATHY FROM A
PSYCHODYNAMIC PERSPECTIVE
Michael Sheppard, Correctional Service Canada
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
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2013-06-15 – 11:00 AM to 12:25 PM – 11 h 00 à 12 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TEACHERS ON THE FRONT LINES OF MENTAL HEALTH
Joseph Snyder, Concordia University
A
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
EDUCATORS’ CAPACITY FOR SUPPORTING CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH IN
THE CLASSROOM: THE ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Susan Rodger, The University of Western Ontario; Tamara Daniszewski, The University of
Western Ontario; Steve Killip, Thames Valley District School Board; Philippe Venesoen, Thames
Valley District School Board; Michelle Gilpin, Thames Valley District School Board; Laurel
Pickel, The University of Western Ontario; Adam Koenig, The University of Western Ontario;
Jessica Christiansen, The University of Western Ontario
B
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TEACHERS’ WORK-LIFE CONFLICT: WHAT IS UPSETTING THE BALANCE?
Waleska Vernon, The University of Western Ontario; Alan Leschied, The University of
Western Ontario
C
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
TEACHER EFFICACY AND WELLBEING: UNDERSTANDING THE CONTRIBUTION
OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Ashley Vesely, The University of Western Ontario; Donald Saklofske, The University of
Western Ontario; Alan Leschied, The University of Western Ontario
D
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH ASSIST: A PROVINCIAL INITIATIVE SUPPORTING
SYSTEMATIC CAPACITY-BUILDING IN MENTAL HEALTH FOR EDUCATION
PROFESSIONALS
Kathy Short, Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board; Bruce Ferguson, Sick Kids Hospital
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
NOVEL RESEARCH APPROACHES IN THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF AGING AND
IMPACT ON CLINICAL PRACTICE
Sylvie Belleville, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal
A
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND NEUROIMAGING MARKERS OF EARLY SEMANTIC
DECLINE IN OLDER INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
Jessica Pineault, Université de Montréal; Pierre Jolicoeur, Université de Montréal; Sven
Joubert, Université de Montréal
B
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
REMINISCING: A MEMORY-BASED INTERVENTION FOR IMPROVING MENTAL
HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA
Nicole Caza, Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal; Gabrielle Ciquier, Institut
universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal; Christine Fournier, Institut universitaire de gériatrie
de Montréal; Céline Lagrange, Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal; Lucie Descôteaux,
Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal
C
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
CONTRIBUTION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF ALZHEIMER’S
DISEASE AT THE PRODROMAL PHASE
Sylvie Belleville, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal; Serge Gauthier, McGill
Center for studies in aging; Brigitte Gilbert, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal;
Marie-Jeanne Kergoat, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal; Émilie Lepage, Institut
Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal
D
Clinical Neuropsychology/
Neuropsychologie clinique
LANGUAGE DEFICITS IN EARLY ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: NEURAL
CORRELATES AND PROSPECTIVES
Simona Brambati, Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal; David Predovan, Institut
universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal; Sven Joubert, Université de Montréal; Delphine Gandini,
Centre de Recherche, Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal
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2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
ENGAGING YOUNG PEOPLE INTERNATIONALLY IN ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIONS:
THE YOUTH LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE PROJECT
Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University
A
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE YOUTH LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE PROJECT: THEORY,
PROGRAM, AND RESEARCH
Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University; YLEC Partnership, Wilfrid Laurier University
B
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE POWER OF THE NARRATIVE APPROACH IN FACILITATING STUDENTS’
LEARNING
Alexa Stovold, Wilfrid Laurier University
C
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
MEASURING CHANGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM RELIABLY: THE
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES AND ACTIONS SCALE
Susan Alisat, Wilfrid Laurier University
D
Environmental Psychology/
Psychologie de l’environnement
THE ROLE OF RISK PERCEPTIONS IN CRITICAL-CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING
FOR GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE AMONG YOUTH: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM
THE YOUTH LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE (YLEC) PROJECT
Stacey Gibson, University of Ottawa
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
THE PERILS AND PROMISE OF ONLINE RECRUITMENT: A GUIDE FOR
STUDENT RESEARCHERS
Missy L Teatero, Lakehead University; Justin Feeney, Western University; Alexander M
Penney, Lakehead University; Katelyn M Duchene, Lakehead University
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
CONTROVERSIES IN VIOLENCE RISK COMMUNICATION: EMERGING FINDINGS
AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
N. Zoe Hilton, Waypoint
A
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
HOW SHOULD WE TALK ABOUT THE ACCURACY OF RISK SCALES?
Leslie Helmus, Public Safety Canada; R. Karl Hanson, Public Safety Canada
B
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
WHAT IS EFFECTIVE VIOLENCE RISK COMMUNICATION, AND HOW CAN IT
BE ACHIEVED?
N. Zoe Hilton, Waypoint; Kevin L. Nunes, Carleton University
C
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
A NORMATIVE MODEL OF VIOLENCE RISK COMMUNICATION
Nicholas Scurich, University of California — Irvine
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON FEMALE HETEROSEXUALITY:
UNRAVELING COMPETING INFLUENCES
Lisa Diamond, University of Utah Department of Psychology
A
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
THE PUZZLE OF FEMALE HETEROSEXUALITY: THE EFFECTS OF CONTEXTUAL
FACTORS ON THE SPECIFICITY OF WOMEN’S SEXUAL RESPONSE
Meredith Chivers, Queens University
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Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SEXUAL CONCORDANCE: EXPLORING THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION IN
WOMEN’S SEXUAL RESPONSES
Kelly D. Suschinsky, Department of Psychology, Queens University
C
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SEXUAL DESIRE AND SEXUAL PLEASURE IN HETEROSEXUAL WOMEN:
A SOCIAL NEUROENDOCRINE APPROACH
Sari M. Van Anders, University of Michigan Departments of Psychology and Women’s Studies;
Katherine L. Goldey, University of Michigan Department of Psychology; Sarah Bell, University of
Michigan Departments of Psychology and Women’s Studies; Shannon M. Burke, University
of Michigan Department of Psychology
D
Sexual Orientation and
Gender Identity Issues/
Orientation sexuelle et
identité sexuelle
SURPRISING LINKS BETWEEN ESTROGEN AND SAME-SEX SEXUAL
MOTIVATION IN HETEROSEXUAL WOMEN
Lisa Diamond, University of Utah Department of Psychology; Karen Blair, University of Utah
Deparment of Psychology; Janna Dickenson, University of Utah Department of Psychology
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIAL FUNCTIONING ACROSS
THE LIFE SPAN
Vanessa Huyder, University of Waterloo
A
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
DOES RESPONSE INHIBITION MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
ATTENTION, HYPERACTIVITY-IMPULSIVITY, AND SOCIAL LANGUAGE USE
IN TYPICALLY-DEVELOPING PRESCHOOLERS?
Ami Rints, University of Waterloo; Tara McAuley, University of Waterloo; Elizabeth Nilsen,
University of Waterloo
B
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
A DYADIC DATA ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN’S EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING
AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOURS
Vanessa Huyder, University of Waterloo; Elizabeth Nilsen, University of Waterloo
C
Developmental Psychology/
Psychologie du développement
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND MARITAL
SATISFACTION IN AGING COUPLES
Jenna Dawson, University of Waterloo; Uzma Rehman, University of Waterloo; Tara McAuley,
University of Waterloo
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
ENGAGEMENT: PRACTICES TO SUPPORT CLIENT, THERAPIST AND YOUTH
ENGAGEMENT IN THERAPY AND IN THE COMMUNITY
Eric Morris, Mcgill University; Robin Grumet, Mcgill University; Alisha Henson, McGill
University
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A NEW MEASURE OF CLIENT
ENGAGEMENT
Eric Morris, Mcgill University; reyhaneh namdari, Concordia University; Jewel Loewen,
Concordia University; Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE IMPACT OF AN ACT VALUING WORKSHOP ON WELLNESS IN
PSYCHOTHERAPIST TRAINEES
Robin Grumet, Mcgill University; Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University; Lauren Yildirim,
McGill University
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
SELF-COMPASSION AND YOUTH ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES: AN ELICITATION
STUDY
Alisha Henson, McGill University; Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University
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2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitative
RECENT RESEARCH IN LATENT VARIABLE MODELING
David Flora, York University
A
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
HIGHER ORDER, HIERARCHICAL, AND BIFACTOR CONFIRMATORY FACTOR
ANALYSIS MODELS: CLARIFYING SOME COMMON CONFUSIONS
David Flora, York University
B
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
HOW TO CORRECT COMPARATIVE FIT INDICES FOR NONNORMALITY
Patricia Brosseau-Liard, Concordia University; Victoria Savalei, University of British
Columbia
C
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
INVESTIGATION OF TYPE I ERROR RATES OF THREE VERSIONS OF ROBUST
CHI-SQUARE DIFFERENCE TESTS
Victoria Savalei, University of British Columbia; Jenny Chuang, University of British Columbia
D
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
FINITE-SAMPLE PERFORMANCE OF MODEL FIT STATISTICS FOR
ITEM-LEVEL EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSES: THE SPURIOUS FACTOR
PROBLEM REVISITED
Cathy LaBrish, York University; David Flora, York University
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 12:55 PM – 11 h 30 à 12 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
ETHICS UPDATE 2013
Jean L. Pettifor, University of Calgary
A
COMMITTEE ON ETHICS UPDATE: ANTICIPATED REVISIONS TO THE
CANADIAN CODE OF ETHICS FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Carole Sinclair, Private Practice
B
ETHICAL ISSUES IN FORENSIC AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONTEXTS:
EVOLVING GUIDELINES
James R.P. Ogloff, Monash University and Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health
C
WHEN THE NEEDS OF THE LARGER GROUPS ARE MARGINALISED:
REFLECTIONS ON MULTICULTURALISM FROM AN ETHICAL AND HUMAN
RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE
Janel Gauthier, Université Laval
D
INTERNATIONAL DISCOURSE ON PROFESSIONAL ETHICS: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE
Jean L. Pettifor, University of Calgary
2013-06-15 – 11:30 AM to 1:25 PM – 11 h 30 à 13 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS
Noah L Lazar, CBT Associates of Toronto; Vytas Velyvis, CBT Associates of Toronto; Eilenna
Denisoff, CBT Associates of Toronto; Peter Farvolden, CBT Associates of Toronto
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
2013-06-15 – 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM – 12 h 00 à 12 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
CPA Invited Speaker/
Conférencière invitée
de la SCP
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
SECTION PROGRAM/
PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
PSYCHOTHÉRAPIE ET AUTRES ACTIVITÉS RÉSERVÉES PAR LA LOI
QUÉBÉCOISE (Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible )
Rose-Marie Charest, Présidente de l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec
2013-06-15 – 12:00 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 00 à 13 h 25 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
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Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE CONFLUENCE OF CULTURE, HISTORY & THEORY
Michael E Arfken, University of P E I
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
DEEP CULTURE VERSUS THE SPIRIT OF THE TIME
William E Smythe, University of Regina
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
A HISTORY OF CULTURE IN CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGY: 1930-2003
Gira Bhatt, Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Randal G Tonks, Camosun College; John W
Berry, Queens University
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
ACHIEVING A GLOBAL PSYCHOLOGY
John W Berry, Queens University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 12:00 PM to 1:25 PM – 12 h 00 à 13 h 25 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE: TWO LANGUAGES BUT A SINGLE MESSAGE
(Simultaneous Interpretation Available/Traduction simultanée disponible )
E Kevin Kelloway, Saint Mary’s University, University
A
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
“EN-ABLE’ING” WORKER WELLNESS: THE IMPACT OF A COACHING
INTERVENTION ON HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Arla Day, Saint Mary’s University; Lori Francis, Saint Mary’s University; Nikki Hartling,
Saint Mary’s University
B
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE: TOWARDS AN EVIDENCE-BASED
APPROACH
Kevin Kelloway, Saint Mary’s University, University; James O’Brien, Saint Mary’s
University
C
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
SANTÉ MENTALE: LE RÔLE DES FACTEURS DU TRAVAIL, HORS-TRAVAIL ET
DES CARACTÉRISTIQUES INDIVIDUELLES
Alain Marchand, Universite de Montreal
D
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
COMMENT LE LEADERSHIP TRANSFORMATIONNEL PEUT-IL CONTRIBUER AUX
ATTITUDES ET À LA SANTÉ PSYCHOLOGIQUE DES EMPLOYÉS? UNE ANALYSE
MOTIVATIONNELLE
Claude Fernet, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Sarah-Geneviève Trépanier,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Stéphanie Austin, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières;
Jacques Forest, Université du Québec à Montreal; Marylène Gagné, Université Concordia
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2013-06-15 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘G’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
Social and Personality/Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
#1
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SPARKING SOCIAL CHANGE: HOW TO INCREASE SUPPORT FOR ADDRESSING
SOCIAL INJUSTICE
Katelin Neufeld, University of Manitoba; Danielle Gaucher, University of Winnipeg; Gregory
D Boese, Simon Fraser University; Katherine B Starzyk, Mount Royal University
#2
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PSYCHOPATHIE ET MODÈLE DE PERSONNALITÉ EN CINQ FACTEURS :
VALIDITÉ CONVERGENTE ET PRÉDICTIVE CHEZ DE JEUNES ADULTES
Claudia Savard, Université Laval; Yvan Lussier, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières;
Stéphane Sabourin, Université Laval
#3
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LES DANSES ÉROTISÉES NON-COMMERCIALES À L’ÂGE ADULTE
Marie-Ève ME Thibodeau, Université Laval; Sophie S Dubé, Université Laval; Francine F
Lavoie, Université Laval
#4
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MAPPING THE DAILY RHYTHM OF WORK MOTIVATION: A QUALITATIVE
INQUIRY
Zheni Wang, Concordia University; Marylene Gagné, Concordia University
2013-06-15 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Poster/Affiche
POSTER SESSION “G”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
Social and Personality/Psychologie sociale et de la personnalité
EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADULT ATTACHMENT AND
SELF-CONSTRUAL
Karin Almuhtadi, Lakehead University; Mirella Stroink, Lakehead University
#2
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CONCEPTUALIZING PERFECTIONISM: EXPLORING THE ADAPTIVE VERSUS
MALADAPTIVE PERFECTIONISM DEBATE
Chantal Arpin-Cribbie, Laurentian University; Amanda Desnoyers, Laurentian University
#3
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
HONEY, WE NEED TO TALK! THE INFLUENCE OF INITIATOR STYLE ON
SELF-EXPANSION IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Behzad Asyaby-Eshghi, University of Toronto; Amy Muise, University of Toronto; Emily
Impett, University of Toronto
#4
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ADOLESCENT CYBER-BASED DATING
AGGRESSION AND TRADITIONAL ADOLESCENT DATING AGGRESSION
Valerie Attewell, University of Calgary; Kelly D Schwartz, University of Calgary
#5
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GENERAL SELF-EFFICACY, PLANNING FOR THE
FUTURE, AND LIFE SATISFACTION
Nicole Azizli, University of Western Ontario; Holly M Baughman, University of Western
Ontario; Erica Giammarco, University of Western Ontario; Phillip A Vernon, University of Western
Ontario
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#1
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
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#6
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SEEING INDIVIDUALS BEFORE THE GROUP: THE INFLUENCE OF CONSTRUAL
PRIMING ON SOCIAL IDENTIFICATION
Chantal Bacev-Giles, Carleton University; Johanna Peetz, Carleton University
#7
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS AND AFFECT: DOES LOVE REALLY MAKE YOU
HAPPY?
Laura KS Bailey, Lakehead University; Chad Keefe, Lakehead University; Lauren D Turner,
Lakehead University; Ron Davis, Lakehead University
#8
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MEDIA AND THE THIN IDEAL: MALE SELF-EVALUATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS
Amanda L Baker, University of Ottawa; Dominique Perreault, University of Ottawa; Nick
Kasmer Dolinski, University of Ottawa; Lisa Mask, Bishop University; Samuel Leblanc, University
of Ottawa; Céline Blanchard, University of Ottawa
#9
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THROUGH THE SIDE DOOR: EFFECTS OF A PROGRAM AIMED AT BYSTANDERS
OF CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT
Jessica P Barnett, University of Windsor; Charlene Y Senn, University of Windsor; Anne
Forrest, University of Windsor
#10
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
A BEHAVIOUR GENETIC ANALYSIS OF TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
AND ALEXITHYMIA: A REPLICATION
Holly Baughman, University of Western Ontario; Julie A Schermer, University of Western
Ontario; Livia Veselka, University of Western Ontario; Juliette Harris, Kings College London;
Phillip A Vernon, University of Western Ontario
#11
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE JUDGMENT OF IRRATIONALITY: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
Claire E Baxter, University of Guelph; Ian Newby-Clark, University of Guelph
#12
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
VICARIOUS REVENGE: AN EXAMINATION OF SCHADENFREUDE AND THE DARK TRIAD
Aisha Bhanwer, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Stephen Porter, University of
British Columbia - Okanagan; Michael Woodworth, University of British Columbia - Okanagan;
Pamela Black, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
#13
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
VALIDATION OF THE FRENCH VERSION OF THE TIME PERSONALITY
INDICATOR
Nicolas Bisson, Université Laval; Simon Grondin, Université Laval
#14
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LEADERSHIP ET GENRE: UNE QUESTION DE PERSONNALITÉ ?
Yaël Blanchet Godbout, Uqtr; Stéphane Perreault, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières;
Donald Taylor, Université Mcgill
#15
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CITIZEN TYPES AND CIVIC SKILLS AS PREDICTORS OF CIVIC AND
POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT AMONG ENGAGED YOUTH
David Y Bourgeois, Saint Mary’s University; James E Cameron, Saint Mary’s University
#16
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
HOSTILE PERCEPTIONS: HOW MACHIAVELLIANISM AND PSYCHOPATHY
RELATE TO SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS DURING COMPETITION
Andrew E Brankley, Ryerson University; Nicholas O Rule, University Of Toronto
#17
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHITE CANADIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD
ABORIGINAL PEOPLE
Mel Brockman, University of Saskatchewan; Todd G Morrison, University of Saskatchewan
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ATTACHEMENT ADULTE, RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX VIRTUELS ET SATISFACTION DE
VIE CHEZ LES ÉTUDIANTS UNIVERSITAIRES
Sarah Bruyninx, Université de Sherbrooke; Karel-Ann St-Martin, Université de Sherbrooke;
Coralie Purcell-Lévesque, Université de Sherbrooke; Audrey Brassard, Université de Sherbrooke
#19
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ROLE OF THE DARK TRIAD AND SPECIFIC PERSONALITY TRAITS IN
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Alexandrea Bryan, Queen’s University; G Cynthia Fekken, Psychology Department, Queen’s
University
#20
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LA SÉCURITÉ D’ATTACHEMENT, LA SATISFACTION CONJUGALE ET LE
BIAIS ATTENTIONNEL ENVERS LE REJET ET L’ACCEPTATION SOCIALE.
Élise Chaperon, Université du Québec à Montréal; Stéphane Dandeneau, Université du Québec
à Montréal
#21
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
TEXTING WHILE DRIVING: THE INFLUENCE OF SELF-ESTEEM AND RISK OF
REJECTION
Darrick Chow, McGill University; Amanda L. Forest, University of Waterloo
#22
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DO MALWARE WARNINGS WORK? THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF USERS’ REVIEWS
Wahida Chowdhury, Carleton University
#23
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
RELATIONSHIPS’ BEST FRIEND: PET-PRIMES POSITIVELY INFLUENCE
ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP SATISFACTION
Anika Cloutier, Carleton University; Johanna Peetz, Carleton University
#24
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MOTIVATIONS IN RELATION TO SUBSTANCE USE IN AN ACADEMIC CONTEXT
Joan C Craig, University of Windsor; Ashlyne I O’Neil, University of Windsor; Kathryn D
Lafreniere, University of Windsor
#25
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
FACTOR CONGRUENCE IN ESSENTIALIST CONCEPTIONS OF HUMAN NATURE
Brock Criger, Queen’s University Psychology; Cynthia Fekken, Queen’s University
#26
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
BIRDS OF A CONVERGENT FEATHER: THE INTER-RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
PERCEIVED SIMILARITY, CONFLICT AND CROSS-RACE FRIENDSHIP
POTENTIAL
Chad Danyluck, University of Toronto; Elizabeth Page-Gould, University of Toronto
#27
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INTERACTIONS ENTRE LE NÉVROSISME, L’AMABILITÉ ET LA PROPENSION
À ÊTRE CONSCIENCIEUX DANS LA PRÉDICTION DE LA DÉTRESSE
CONJUGALE CHEZ DES COUPLES EN PSYCHOTHÉRAPIE
Marie-Ève Daspe, Université Laval; Stéphane Sabourin, Université Laval; Yvan Lussier,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; John Wright, Clinique de consultation conjugale et
familiale Poitras-Wright, Côté
#28
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHO I ASPIRE TO BE VS. WHO WE ARE: THE COLLECTIVE
SELF-DISCREPANCIES OF STUDENTS IN NON-TRADITIONAL DOMAINS
Régine Debrosse, McGill University; Joëlle Laplante, Ottawa University
#29
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
REGULATION OF SELF-FOCUS AS A PERSONALITY TRAIT
James Ducas, Queen’s University; Paul D. Trapnell, University of Winnipeg
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#18
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SEX AND SELF-PERCEIVED GENDER APPEAR TO ACCOUNT FOR A SMALL
AMOUNT OF VARIANCE IN SOCIOSEXUALITY
Katelyn M Duchene, Lakehead University; Missy L Teatero, Lakehead University; Kirsten A
Oinonen, Lakehead University; Dwight Mazmanian, Lakehead University
#31
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE MERE PRESENCE OF MONEY AFFECTS BELIEF IN A CONTROLLING GOD
Darcy R Dupuis, Carleton University; Ian Newby-Clark, University of Guelph
#32
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF IMAGERY PERSPECTIVE ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF EMOTION
Monica El Gamal, Wilfrid Laurier University; Roger Buehler, Wilfrid Laurier University
#33
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EFFECTS OF MORTALITY SALIENCE ON PERCEIVED CRIMINALITY OF WHITE
AND BLACK SUSPECTS
Scott D Emerson, University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Paul G Davies, University of
British Columbia - Okanagan; Shirley M. G. Hutchinson, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
#34
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ATTENTIONAL ALLOCATION IN INSECURE ATTACHMENT: THE IMPORTANCE
OF EXPOSURE DURATIONS
Lyndsay Evaire, University of Western Ontario; Rebecca McDermott, University of Western
Ontario; David J. A. Dozois, University of Western Ontario
#35
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF AUTONOMOUS MOTIVATION TOWARDS THE RELATIONSHIP
ON WELL-BEING AND HEALTH IN ROMANTIC COUPLES
Marie Faaborg-Andersen, McGill University; Gaëlle E Hortop, Concordia University; Carsten
Wrosch, Concordia University
#36
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS, MEN ARE FROM MARS: GENDER STEREOTYPES IN
STAR TREK
Marie-Chantal Falardeau, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Stéphane Perreault,
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; D.M. Taylor, McGill University
#37
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ASYMÉTRIE DES EXPRESSIONS FACIALES ÉMOTIONNELLES PRODUITES LORS
D’UNE TÂCHE D’IMAGERIE AFFECTIVE
Anne-Marie Faltacas, Université d’Ottawa; Tanya Lapointe-Harris, Université d’Ottawa;
Pierre Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa
#38
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR PREDICTS GRADUATION OF COLLEGE AND
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Catherine Fichten, Dawson College, Adaptech Research Network, Jewish General Hospital,
McGill University; Mai Nhu Nguyen, Adaptech Research Network; Rhonda Amsel, McGill University;
Maria Barile, Adaptech Research Network; Jillian Budd, Adaptech Research Network; Mary
Jorgensen, Adaptech Research Network; Anthony Tibbs, Adaptech Research Network; Jennison
Asuncion, Adaptech Research Network; Shirley Jorgensen, Dawson College; Joan Wolforth,
Adaptech Research Network
#39
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTIMACY ON ROMANTIC
ATTACHMENT AND SEXUAL SATISFACTION IN A COMMUNITY SAMPLE OF MEN
Josée Fitzpatrick, University of Ottawa; Marie-France Lafontaine, Université d’Ottawa;
Christopher Edmondstone, University of Ottawa
#40
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
#41
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DOES MARITAL DISSATISFACTION PREDICT IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM
PSYCHOLOGICAL PARTNER AGGRESSION? A QUESTION OF SEQUENCING
Jamie Lyn Flesch, University of Ottawa; Marie-France Lafontaine, University of Ottawa
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Elena Gallitto, Carleton University; Craig Leth-Steensen, Carleton University
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THE ROLE OF THE FIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY IN INTIMATE
PARTNER VIOLENCE
Andrée-Anne Genest, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Cynthia Mathieu, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Raymond Brochu, Halte Drummond
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THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY ON ATTACHMENT STYLE AND INTIMATE
PARTNER VIOLENCE
Andrée-Anne Genest, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Cynthia Mathieu, Université du
Québec à Trois-Rivières; Raymond Brochu, Halte Drummond
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
A BEHAVIOURAL GENETIC STUDY OF HUMOR STYLES IN AN AUSTRALIAN SAMPLE
Erica A Giammarco, The University of Western Ontario; Holly M Baughman, The University of
Western Ontario; Livia Veselka, The University of Western Ontario; Julie A Schermer, The
University of Western Ontario; Nicholas G Martin, Queenland Institute of Medical Research;
Michael Lynskey, Washington University School of Medicine; Philip A Vernon, The University
of Western Ontario
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE IMPORTANCE OF WHAT HAPPENS AFTER SEX: THE ASSOCIATION
BETWEEN POST-COITAL ACTIVITIES AND SEXUAL AND RELATIONSHIP
SATISFACTION
Elaine Giang, University of Guelph-Humber; Amy Muise, University of Guelph-Humber &
University of Toronto Mississauga
#46
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHEN YOU NEED A HAND: A MODEL OF ATTACHMENT AND SUPPORT SEEKING
IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Jillian Glasgow, Acadia University; Diane Holmberg, Acadia University; Kristina Hobson,
WorkSafe NB
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ENTITLEMENT SCALE VALIDATION
Joshua Gonzales, University of Regina; Lisa Watson, University of Regina
#48
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
QUEBEC’S MAPLE SPRING AND RADICALIZATION: THE ROLE OF PASSION
AND GOVERNMENT INFLEXIBILITY
Anne-Sophie Gousse-Lessard, Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM); Robert J. Vallerand,
Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM)
#49
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERFECTIONISM AND SUICIDE: A META-ANALYSIS
Tara M Gralnick, Dalhousie University; Simon B Sherry, Dalhousie University; Christopher J
Mushquash, Lakehead University; Dayna L Sherry, Capital District Health Authority; Paul L Hewitt,
University of British Columbia; Gordon L Flett, York University
#50
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
100 YEARS OF LANGUAGE: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF CONCEPTUALIZATION
AND SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE IN THE JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Bryanna MC Graves, University of Toronto; Michelle Hilscher, University of Toronto; Gerald
Cupchik, University of Toronto
#51
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
I FEEL FOR YOU: THE ROLE OF EMPATHY IN COGNITIVE DISSONANCE
WHEN CHOOSING FOR A ROMANTIC PARTNER
Timothy Hachey, University of New Brunswick; Elaine W.Q. Perunovic, University of New
Brunswick; Mihailo Perunovic, St. Thomas University; Etsuko Hoshino-Browne, Swarthmore College
#52
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LONELINESS IN EMERGING ADULTS: RELATIONSHIPS WITH ATTACHMENT,
WELL-BEING, AND FACEBOOK USE
Eima Hajizadeh, University of New Brunswick Saint John; Enrico DiTommaso, University of
New Brunswick Saint John
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Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERFECTIONISM AND THE CALENDAR: THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF
ACHIEVEMENT AND NON-ACHIEVEMENT CONTEXTS
Brenda Harvey, Concordia University; Marina Milyavskaya, McGill University; Alexandra
Prior, University of Manitoba; Joseph Rosenbaum, McGill University; Iana Ianakieva, McGill
University; Richard Koestner, McGill University
#54
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
AMBIVALENCE TOWARD GAYS AND LESBIANS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE
PERPETUATION OF ANTI-GAY BULLYING
Mark Hoffarth, Brock University; Gordon Hodson, Brock University
#55
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la
personnalité
PERSONALITY INVENTORY FAKING: RELATIVE MERITS OF TRADITIONAL
VS. NEW LIE SCALES
Ronald R. Holden, Queen’s University; Christine E. Lambert, Queen’s University
#56
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
AGREE TO DISAGREE: INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ROMANTIC PARTNERS’
PERCEIVED POWER ON CONFLICT
E. Gaëlle Hortop, Concordia University; Marie-Lisa Porten, Concordia University; Carsten
Wrosch, Concordia University
#57
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INFLUENCE OF VICTIM CHARACTERISTICS AND CRIME TYPE ON
EYEWITNESS RECALL OF PERCEIVED STEREOTYPICALITY
Shirley M. G. Hutchinson, University of British Columbia: Okanagan Campus; Paul G. Davies,
University of British Columbia: Okanagan Campus; Danny Osborne, University of Auckland
#58
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
COGNITIVE INHIBITION ACTS AS A BUFFER AGAINST THE ADVERSE
EFFECTS OF REJECTION-SENSITIVITY IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Vanessa Iacono, Concordia University; Mark A Ellenbogen, Concordia University
#59
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF INSPIRATION ON LONG-TERM GOAL PROGRESS AND
EUDAIMONIC WELL-BEING
Iana Ianakieva, McGill University; Marina Milyavskaya, McGill University; Richard
Koestner, McGill University
#60
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE ROLE OF CONSTRUAL LEVEL AND SUBJECTIVE DISTANCE IN
SUBJECTIVE LIFE SATISFACTION TRAJECTORIES
Jenna B Jones, University of Windsor; Michael A Busseri, Brock University
#61
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EFFECTS OF PERFECTIONISTIC SELF-PRESENTATION, IMPOSTOR FEARS,
AND TASK DIFFICULTY ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING IN RESPONSE TO
PERCEIVED THREAT
Thea Jones, Laurentian University; Chantal Arpin-Cribbie, Laurentian University
#62
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
TEMPORAL DYNAMICS BETWEEN TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND
INTERNALIZING/EXTERNALIZING BEHAVIOURS IN YOUTH: A MULTI-WAVE
LONGITUDINAL PANEL ANALYSIS
Katia Keefer, Queen’s University; James DA Parker, Trent University; Ronald R Holden,
Queen’s University
#63
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DIFFERENT MOTIVATIONAL PATHWAYS TO ALCOHOL PROBLEMS IN
SENSATION SEEKERS AND IMPULSIVE INDIVIDUALS: A REPLICATION AND
EXTENSION
Ivy-Lee L Kehayes, Dalhousie University; Sherry H Stewart, Dalhousie University; Sean P
Mackinnon, Dalhousie University; Simon B Sherry, Dalhousie University
#64
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF SUBLIMINALLY PRIMED EMPATHY ON PREJUDICE AND
DISCRIMINATION TOWARDS IMMIGRANTS
Beenish Khan, Brock University; Gordon Hodson, Brock University
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Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE RELATION BETWEEN POWER AND POST-TRANSGRESSION RESPONSES AND
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF APPROACH AND INHIBITION
Careen Khoury, York University; C.Ward Struthers, York University; Curtis Phills,
University of Western Ontario
#66
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EFFECTS OF COMPENSATING PARTICIPANTS IN RESEARCH: MORE
VOLUNTEERED FOR A COMPENSATING STUDY, AND COMPENSATED STUDENTS
PERFORMED AS WELL
Robert J Konopasky, Saint Mary’s University; Krystal L Lariviere, Saint Mary’s University
REDUCING NARCISSISTIC ENTITLEMENT AND EXPLOITATIVENESS BY
ENCOURAGING A COMMUNAL ORIENTATION TOWARD OTHERS
Leia Kopp, Wilfrid Laurier University; Christian Jordan, Wilfrid Laurier University
#68
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LA MOTIVATION POUR LA CAUSE : COMMENT S’EST MANIFESTÉE
L’IDENTITÉ ÉTUDIANTE LORS DE GRÈVE ÉTUDIANTE DU PRINTEMPS 2012
AU QUÉBEC?
Andréanne L Laframboise, Université du Québec à Montréal; Roxane Sinclair, Université du
Québec à Montréal; François-Albert Laurent, Université du Québec à Montréal; Nathalie Houlfort,
Université du Québec à Montréal
#69
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LE LIEN ENTRE LA PRIVATION RELATIVE ET LES RÉPONSES À LA
DISCRIMINATION SEXISTE CHEZ LES FEMMES EN POLITIQUE
Josée Lanteigne, Université de Moncton; Ann Beaton, Université de Moncton; Natalie
Rinfret, École nationale d’administration publique; Francine Tougas, Université d’Ottawa
#70
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
EXAMINING THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN TWO ASPECTS OF
SELF-AWARENESS AND SELF-CONSCIOUS EMOTIONS
André Lauzon, Ottawa University; Isabelle Green-Demers, Université du Québec en Outaouais
#71
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PROFILS IDENTITAIRES COLLECTIFS ET BIEN-ÊTRE PSYCHOLOGIQUE CHEZ
LES ACADIENS DU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK: UNE ÉTUDE QUANTITATIVE
Josée LeBlanc, Université de Moncton; Ann M. Beaton, Université de Moncton; Francesca
Turgeon, Université de Moncton
#72
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LES FEMMES EN POLITIQUE AU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK : LA CONSTRUCTION
D’UN MODÈLE POLITIQUE FÉMININ
Mélanie Léger, Université de Moncton; Ann M. Beaton, Université de Moncton; Natalie
Rinfret, École nationale d’administration publique; Francine Tougas, Université d’Ottawa
#73
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE SYMPTOMS AS ANTECEDENTS OF SOCIAL
ATTITUDES AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGY
Kevin Leung, University of Waterloo; Justin P. Brienza, University of Waterloo; Samuel
Hanig, University of Waterloo; Douglas J. Brown, University of Waterloo
#74
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CHINESE SELF-ENHANCE PRIVATELY BUT NOT PUBLICLY
Cindy Xiaocen Liu, Capital Normal University; Delroy Paulhus, University of British
Columbia
#75
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
HETEROSEXUAL MALE VERSUS FEMALE PARTNER RESPONSE TO ROMANTIC
PARTNER BEING INSULTED
Melanie MacEacheron, University of Western Ontario; Lorne Campbell, University of Western
Ontario; Svenja Straehle, Konstanz University; Sarah C.E. Stanton, University of Western Ontario
#76
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MULTIDIMENSIONAL SELF-ESTEEM AND
DISSONANCE REDUCTION AFTER FAILING A WORD ASSOCIATION TASK
Sean P Mackinnon, Dalhousie University; Steven M Smith, Saint Mary’s University; Katelynn
Carter-Rogers, Saint Mary’s University
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sociale et de la personnalité
WHY IS FORGIVING SO HARD? THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF THE NECESSARY
ANTECEDENTS AND COMPONENTS OF FORGIVENESS BASED ON SEVERITY AND
INTENT OF THE TRANSGRESSION
Stacey MacKinnon, University of Prince Edward Island
#78
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CONTENT-ANALYSIS OF CANADIAN UNIVERSITY WEB-BASED PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS
Kris Merrells, University of Winnipeg; Danielle Gaucher, University of Winnipeg
#79
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Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE INFLUENCE OF WOMEN’S MATE VALUE
Laura Mitchell, Saint Mary’s University
#80
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL AWARENESS ON AGGRESSIVE CONFRONTATION
DURING INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT
Christin Moeller, University of Windsor; Catherine T Kwantes, University of Windsor
#81
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ADULT ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT, PARTNER UNAVAILABILITY, AND SUBMISSIVE
VERSUS DOMINANT REACTIONS TO A HYPOTHETICAL CONFLICT SCENARIO
Valerie M Murphy, Queen’s University; Tara K MacDonald, Queen’s University
#82
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SELF- AND INFORMANT REPORTS OF NARCISSISTIC PERFECTIONISM
PREDICT CHANGES IN HOSTILITY
Logan J. Nealis, Dalhousie University; Simon B. Sherry, Life Sciences Centre; Matthew A.
Macneil, University of Saskatchewan; Sherry H. Stewart, Dalhousie University; Dayna L Sherry,
QEII Health Sciences Centre
#83
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
LAUREN M. O’DRISCOLL, NIKÉ DIXON, ALEXANDRA LJUBIC, & JOSÉE
L. JARRY
Lauren M. O’Driscoll, University of Windsor; Niké Dixon, University of Windsor; Alexandra
C. Ljubic, University of Windsor; Josée L. Jarry, University of Windsor
#84
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DIFFERENTIAL PREDICTION OF RISK TAKING BEHAVIOUR IN STUDENTS:
REVERSAL THEORY AND CONSIDERATION OF FUTURE CONSEQUENCES
Ashlyne O’Neil, University of Windsor; Joan Craig, University of Windsor; Kathryn
Lafreniere, University of Windsor
#85
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND MALE BODY IMAGE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE
IMPACT OF PERFECTIONISM ON MALE BODY IMAGE DISSATISFACTION
UNDER CONDITIONS OF PERCEIVED THREAT
Justin Padecky, Laurentian University; Chantal Arpin-Cribbie, Laurentian University
#86
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
COGNITIVE RESTORATION: THE EFFECT OF POSITIVE MOOD INDUCTION ON
DEPLETED COGNITIVE CONTROL
Renée C. Pelletier, Department of Psychology, Carleton University; Logan J. Nealis,
Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University; John M. Zelenski, Department of Psychology,
Carleton University
#87
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
SOCIAL DOMINANCE ORIENTATION AND PREJUDICE : THE INFLUENCE OF
NATIONAL INTEGRATION POLICIES
Mathieu Pelletier-Dumas, Université de Montréal; Émilie Auger, McGill University; Roxane
de la Sablonnière, Université de Montréal; Serge Guimond, Université Blaise Pascale
#88
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
BETTER OFF ALONE OR SO HAPPY TOGETHER? PRO-SINGLE VERSUS
PRO-RELATIONSHIP MESSAGES MODERATE FACEBOOK JEALOUSY FOR THE
ANXIOUSLY ATTACHED
Sarah K Petty, University of Winnipeg; Kelley Robinson, University of Manitoba; Lisa
Sinclair, University of Winnipeg
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A CONSIDERATION OF THE GENDER DIFFERENCES WITHIN VARIOUS
RELATIONSHIP-LEVEL VARIABLES
Quynh N Pham, University of Ottawa; Jamie Lyn Flesch, University of Ottawa; Marie-France
Lafontaine, University of Ottawa
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
AN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TASTE PREFERENCES
AND PERSONALITY
Alyssa C Pilkington, Brock University; Michael C Ashton, Department of Psychology Brock
University; Kibeom Lee, Department of Psychology University of Calgary
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
RECEIVING EMOTIONAL SUPPORT AND THE EXPERIENCE OF DAILY AFFECT
M. Sol Pound, The University of Western Ontario; Nicholas Kuiper, The University of
Western Ontario; Nadia Maiolino, University of Western Ontario
#92
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERSONALITY INVENTORY FAKING AND RETESTING: A RE-EXAMINATION OF
RETEST EFFECTS
Aimy A Racine, University of Waterloo; Ronald R Holden, Queen’s University
#93
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
BLAMEWORTHINESS AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY IN STUDENTS THAT
PROCRASTINATE VERSUS DELAY
Sonia Rahimi, McGill University; Nathan C Hall, McGill University; Timothy A Pychyl,
Carleton University; Anna Sverdlik, Mcgill University
#94
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE SYSTEMS THINKING PARADIGM: BEYOND COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY
Jason M Randle, Lakehead University
#95
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CONSIDERING THE CONSEQUENCES OF REVENGE: THE EFFECTIVENESS AND
COSTLINESS OF GETTING EVEN
Kyler Rasmussen, University of Calgary; Susan D Boon, University of Calgary
#96
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
VULNERABILITY TO DEPRESSION: THE EFFECTS OF OSTRACISM ON
SELF-REGULATION FOR SOCIOTROPIC AND AUTONOMOUS INDIVIDUALS
Tonia Relkov, York University; Doug McCann, York University
#97
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ATTACHMENT INSECURITY PREDICTS UTILITARIAN MORAL JUDGMENT
Jeffrey S Robinson, University of Toronto; Samantha Joel, University of Toronto; Jason E
Plaks, University of Toronto
#98
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PUTTING ON THE BRAKES IN AN IMPULSIVE BRAIN: AN FNIRS
INVESTIGATION OF THE NEURAL CORRELATES OF TRAIT IMPULSIVENESS
DURING MOTOR RESPONSE CONTROL
Achala H Rodrigo, University of Toronto; Stefano I Di Domenico, University of Toronto;
Hasan Ayaz, Drexel University; Anthony C Ruocco, University of Toronto
#99
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
POLYAMOROUS PASSION: THE IMPACT OF HARMONIOUS AND OBSESSIVE
PASSION FOR MULTIPLE ACTIVITIES ON WELL-BEING AND SUBJECTIVE
HEALTH
Benjamin J. I Schellenberg, University of Manitoba; Daniel S Bailis, University of
Manitoba
#100
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECTS OF GENDER ON RATINGS OF FACIAL ATTRACTION
Jessica Sciaraffa, York University
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Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERSEVERATION MODERATES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFECTIONISM
AND BINGE EATING
Megan M Short, Lakehead University; Aislin R Mushquash, Dalhousie University; Simon B
Sherry, Dalhousie University
#102
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENTAL EXPERIENCES IN EXTRACURRICULAR
ACTIVITIES
Héloïse Sirois-Leclerc, University of Ottawa; Céline M Blanchard, University of Ottawa;
Dominique Perreault, University of Ottawa
#103
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
DOES SOCIALLY PRESCRIBED PERFECTIONISM PREDICT DAILY CONFLICT?
A 14-DAY DIARY STUDY OF ROMANTIC COUPLES USING SELF- AND
PARTNER REPORTS
Martin M Smith, The University of Western Ontario; Simon B Sherry, Dalhousie University;
Matthew A Macneil, University of Saskatchewan; Dayna L Sherry, Capital Distric Health Authority;
Sean P Mackinnon, Dalhousie University; Martin M Antony, Ryerson University; Sherry H Stewart,
Dalhousie University
#104
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE CENTRAL ROLE OF AGREEABLENESS IN THE DARK TRIAD OF
PERSONALITY
Rebecca Stead, Queen’s University; G. Cynthia Fekken, Queen’s University
#105
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la
personnalité
MIGRATION ATTITUDES AND MOTIVES AMONG CANADIANS: LINKS AMONG
ATTITUDES TOWARD INTER-PROVINCIAL AND INTERNATIONAL IMMIGRATION
AND MOTIVES FOR ONE’S OWN MIGRATION
Monika Stelzl, St. Thomas University; Richard Y. Bourhis, Universite du Quebec a Montreal;
Victoria M. Esses, University of Western Ontario
#106
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE PRIMED EFFECTS OF A PROMOTION STATE MOTIVATIONAL
ORIENTATION ON PERCEPTIONS OF RELATIONAL BOREDOM AND
RELATIONSHIP BEHAVIOURAL INTENTIONS
Amanda Stillar, Laurentian University; Cheryl Harasymchuk, Carleton University
#107
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
WHY DO BAD BOYS GET THE GIRLS? INVESTIGATION OF THE
CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH PERCEIVED TRUSTWORTHINESS IN
MALE FACES
Leanne ten Brinke, University of California Berkeley; Jeffrey Mathesius, Simon Fraser
University; Lacey R. Peters, The University of British Columbia - Okanagan; Stephen Porter, The
University of British Columbia - Okanagan
#108
Social and Personality
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sociale et de la personnalité
BRAND PRIMING: PERSON OR PERSONALITY?
Monica F Tomlinson, McGill University
#109
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MEMORY SELF-EFFICACY AND ITS MANIPULATIVE ROLE IN TEST
PERFORMANCE
Monica F Tomlinson, McGill University
#110
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
ESSENTIALISM, NOUN PHRASING, AND DANGEROUSNESS IN THE
PERCEPTION OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
Justine A. Ulan, Grant MacEwan University; Russell A. Powell, Grant MacEwan University;
Andrew J. Howell, Grant MacEwan University
#111
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE PERSONALITY OF BRAVE HEROES: A PERSON-CENTERED ANALYSIS
Lawrence J. Walker, University of British Columbia; William L. Dunlop, University of
British Columbia
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MATERIALISM: PROFILES OF AGREEABLENESS AND NEUROTICISM
David C Watson, Grant MacEwan University
#113
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
MATERIALISM AND THE SELF-CONSCIOUS EMOTIONS
David C Watson, Grant Macewan University
#114
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE? “IT’S COMPLICATED”: FACTORS ASSOCIATED
WITH CHEATING, ELECTRONIC EXTRADYADIC INTIMACY, &
ATTRACTION TO CLOSE CROSS-SEX FRIENDS
Julia Wreford, University of Guelph; Karl Hennig, University of Guelph
#115
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
PERCEPTION OF RISKS IN IMMIGRANTS OF CANADA: CONSIDERATIONS FOR
SOCIO-CULTURAL RISK COMMUNICATION
An Gie Yong, University of Ottawa; Louise Lemyre, University of Ottawa; Celine Pinsent,
University of Ottawa; Daniel Krewski, University of Ottawa
#116
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
FORGIVENESS VERSUS REVENGE: THE COMPETING NEEDS OF DEPENDENCY
AND SELF-CRITICISM AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON SUCCESSFUL
RELATIONSHIPS
Rebecca E Young, York University; C. Ward Struthers, York University; Careen Khoury, York
University; Saara Muscat, Stanford University
#117
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
THE EFFECT OF INTERGROUP VERSUS INGROUP COOPERATION IN VIDEO
GAMES ON DISCRIMINATION
Sarah Zanette, Brock University; Paul Adachi, Brock University; Gordon Hodson, Brock
University; Teena Willoughby, Brock University
#118
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
L’INFÉRENCE DES EXPRESSIONS FACIALES SUR LA BASE DE
L’ÉVALUATION COGNITIVE SITUATIONNELLE
Patricia Montembeault, Université d’Ottawa; Pierre Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa; Andrei
Puscarenco, Université d’Ottawa
#119
Social and Personality
Psychology/Psychologie
sociale et de la personnalité
INTERGROUP COOPERATION IN AN ONLINE VIDEO GAME: REDUCTION IN
PREJUDICE?
Sarah Zanette, Brock University; Paul Adachi, Brock University; Gordon Hodson, Brock
University; Teena Willoughby, Brock University
2013-06-15 – 12:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 12 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
FORENSIC ASSESSMENT OF ADULTS WHO REPORT CHILDHOOD OR
ADOLESCENT SEXUAL ASSAULT: A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
PERSPECTIVE
Rosemary Barnes, Independent practice; Nina Josefowitz, Independent practice
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 13 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
CPAF - BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING & AGM
Karen Cohen, CPA
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
WITHIN-GENDER VARIATION IN FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SEXUAL
RESPONSE PATTERNS OF WOMEN AND MEN
Kelly D Suschinsky, Queen’s University; Jackie S Huberman, Queen’s University; Katrina N
Bouchard, Queen’s University; Amanda D Timmers, Queen’s University; Samantha J Dawson,
Queen’s University
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Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
DO WOMEN REPORT WHAT TURNS THEM ON? RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT AND SELF-REPORTED SEXUAL AROUSAL
Jackie S Huberman, Queen’s University; Kelly D Suschinsky, Queen’s University;
Martin L Lalumière, University of Lethbridge; Meredith L Chivers, Queen’s University
B
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
PUZZLING DIFFERENCES IN GENDER-SPECIFICITY OF WOMEN’S SEXUAL
AROUSAL ACROSS THE KINSEY SCALE
Katrina N Bouchard, Queen’s University; Meredith L Chivers, Queen’s University
C
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
SOCIOSEXUALITY AND SEXUAL AROUSAL IN MEN AND WOMEN
Amanda D Timmers, Queen’s University; Meredith L Chivers, Queen’s University
D
Psychophysiology/
Psychophysiologie
FRISKY BUSINESS: EFFECTS OF PORNOGRAPHY AND CASUAL SEX ON
HABITUATION OF SEXUAL RESPONSES TO SEXUAL STIMULI IN MEN AND
WOMEN
Samantha J Dawson, Queen’s University; Martin L Lalumière, University of Lethbridge
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
TRAINING EFFECTS AND BIASES IN DECISION-MAKING AND
CATEGORIZATION
Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
A
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
EXTRAPOLATION AND INTERPOLATION IN LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR
FUNCTION LEARNING
Mark Brown, Carleton University; Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
B
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
DISSOCIATING EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT CATEGORIZATION LEARNING
SYSTEMS WITH SUBJECTIVE CONFIDENCE REPORTS
Jordan Richard Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Carleton University; Guy Lacroix,
Carleton University
C
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
ATTENTION AND WORKING MEMORY ROLE DURING THE ACQUISITION OF
NON-NATIVE SPEECH SOUNDS
Cassandra Larose, Carleton University; Jordan Richard Schoenherr, Department of
Psychology, Carleton University; John Logan, Carleton University
D
Brain and Cognitive Science/
Cerveau et science cognitive
SOURCE EXPERTISE AND SYLLOGISTIC REASONING
Lisa M Boucher, Carleton University; Guy Lacroix, Carleton University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS TO ENHANCE EVALUATION OF CLINICAL
INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
Susan Farrell, The Royal Ottawa Hospital; Jeff Perron, University of Ottawa; Laura Mills,
York University; Noemi Katona, Ryerson University; Kelly McShane, Ryerson University
A
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
EFFECTIVENESS OF RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSING
YOUTH: BENEFITS TO THE PINE RIVER INSTITUTE PROGRAM
Laura Mills, York University; Debra Peppler, York University; Robert Cribbie, York University
B
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
A COLLABORATIVE AND SHARED MODEL OF CARE BETWEEN THE ROYAL
OTTAWA HOSPITAL AND THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION
Susan Farrell, The Royal Ottawa Hospital
C
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
EVALUATION OF A FAMILY CARE PROGRAM IN ADDICTIONS: RESULTS AND
REFLECTIONS ON A COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP
Kelly McShane, Ryerson University; Noemi Katona, Ryerson University; Jeff Perron,
University of Ottawa; Emily Tureck, Ryerson University; Alasdair Goodwill, Ryerson University;
Joanne Steel, Renascent
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2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
APPLYING TO GRADUATE SCHOOL IN PSYCHOLOGY: A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR
STUDENTS
Nicholas Bremner, University of Western Ontario; Helen Lee, University of Western Ontario;
Meredith Rocchi, University of Ottawa; Missy Teatero, Lakehead University
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF MOTIVES FOR SUBSTANCE USE AND GAMBLING
AMONG EMERGING ADULTS
Natalie Vilhena-Churchill, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - University of Toronto
A
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
CHILD MALTREATMENT AND MOTIVES FOR ALCOHOL AND MARIJUANA USE:
EXPLORING THE DEVELOPMENTAL CONTEXT OF EMERGING ADULTHOOD
Mallory L Campbell, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto;
Julia M Hussman, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto; Abby L
Goldstein, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
B
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF MOTIVES IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIVE
TYPES OF CHILD MALTREATMENT AND SUBSTANCE USE AMONG EMERGING ADULTS
Natalie Vilhena-Churchill, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education - University of
Toronto; Abby L Goldstein, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
C
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
EXAMINING THE LINK BETWEEN CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT AND GAMBLING
IN EMERGING ADULTHOOD
Preeyam K Parikh, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto; Abby
L Goldstein, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
D
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE LINK BETWEEN GAMBLING MOTIVES AND
SOCIAL CONTEXT OF GAMBLING
Chelsea K Quinlan, Dalhousie University; Sherry H Stewart, Dalhousie University; Abby L
Goldstein, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Aboriginal Psychology/
Psychologie autochtone
ENGAGING URBAN INDIGENOUS YOUTH: IDENTITY, CULTURE, AND MENTAL
HEALTH
Suzanne L Stewart, OISE/University of Toronto; Nicole Elliott, OISE/University of
Toronto; Kidwai Ammaar, OISE/University of Toronto; Suvankar Mohanty, OISE/University of
Toronto; Tera Beaulieu, OISE/University of Toronto; Jessica Syrette, OISE/University of
Toronto; Ashley Hyatt, OISE/University of Toronto
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
(IN)VISIBLE EMBODIED JOURNEYS OF OLDER WOMEN: THE PHYSICAL
DOMAIN
Niva Piran, OISE/University of Toronto; Sachiko Nagasawa, OISE/University of Toronto;
Lianne Trachtenberg, OISE/University of Toronto; Fiona Downie, OISE/University of Toronto
A
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE BODY AS A SITE OF PHYSICAL ACTION IN AND ON THE WORLD:
OLDER WOMEN’S BODY JOURNEYS
Sachiko Nagasawa, OISE/University of Toronto; Lianne Trachtenberg, OISE/University of
Toronto; Fiona Downie, OISE/University of Toronto; Niva Piran, OISE/University of Toronto
B
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
THE BODY AS A PHYSICAL TERRITORY OF SAFETY AND RIGHTS: OLDER
WOMEN DELINEATE JOURNEYS OF CHALLENGES AND REPAIRS
Lianne Trachtenberg, OISE/University of Toronto; Sachiko Nagasawa, OISE/University of
Toronto; Fiona Downie, OISE/University of Toronto; Niva Piran, OISE/University of Toronto
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
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Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
OWNING DESIRE IN CHALLENGING CONTEXTS: THE VANTAGE POINT OF
OLDER WOMEN
Fiona Downie, OISE/University of Toronto; Lianne Trachtenberg, OISE/University of Toronto;
Sachiko Nagasawa, OISE/University of Toronto; Niva Piran, OISE/University of Toronto
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 3:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 15 h 55 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
ATELIER DE FORMATION POUR DEVENIR VISITEURS D’INSTALLATION
Stephan Kennepohl, University of Montréal
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 25 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MINDFULNESS AND ANXIETY: INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF MINDFULNESS
INTERVENTIONS FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS
Brenda Key, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre and Mood Disorders Program, St. Joseph’s
Healthcare Hamilton; Randi McCabe, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre, St. Joseph’s
Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University; Peter Bieling, Mood Disorders Service, St. Joseph’s
Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
IMPACT OF MINDFULNESS VS. COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING SKILLS ON
INTERPRETATION BIAS AND ANXIETY SYMPTOMS IN GENERALIZED ANXIETY
DISORDER PATIENTS
Lauren Drvaric, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University;
Randi McCabe, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and
McMaster University; Brenda Key, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre and Mood Disorders
Program, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton; Karen Rowa, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre,
St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE-SESSION MINDFULNESS AND COGNITIVE
RESTRUCTURING STRATEGIES ON POSTEVENT PROCESSING AMONG SOCIALLY
ANXIOUS INDIVIDUALS
Bethany Gee, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University; Martin M. Antony, Department of
Psychology, Ryerson University; Stephanie Cassin, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University;
Janice Kuo, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
MINDFULNESS BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR RESIDUAL ANXIETY
SYMPTOMS IN OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER PATIENTS
Brenda Key, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre and Mood Disorders Program St. Joseph’s
Healthcare Hamilton; Karen Rowa, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre St. Joseph’s Healthcare
Hamilton and McMaster University; Lauren Drvaric, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience &
Behaviour, McMaster University; Peter Bieling, Mood Disorders Services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare
Hamilton and McMaster University; Randi McCabe, Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre St.
Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RCT COMPARING MINDFULNESS AND ACCEPTANCE-BASED GROUP THERAPY
AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL GROUP THERAPY FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY
DISORDER: FINAL RESULTS
Nancy L. Kocovski, Department of Psychology, Wilfrid Laurier University; Jan E. Fleming,
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and University of Toronto; Lance Hawley, Centre for
Addiction and Mental Health and University of Toronto; Martin M. Antony, Department of
Psychology, Ryerson University; Veronika Huta, University of Ottawa
2013-06-15 – 1:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
126
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO UNCOVER GROUPS’ LATENT COGNITIVE
REPRESENTATIONS? A WEB-BASED CONCEPT MAPPING APPLICATION
Michael Cantinotti, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR); Yan Kestens, Université
de Montréal; Caroline Bois, Université de Sherbrooke; Alexandre Lebel, Université Laval
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2013-06-15 – 1:30 PM to 2:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 25 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Conversation Session/
Séance de conversation
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
PAR DELÀ LES DIVISIONS ET LES DIFFÉRENCES : COMMENT RAPPROCHER
LES PASSIONNÉS DE LA PSYCHOLOGIE DU TRAVAIL ET DES
ORGANISATIONS ? (Simultaneous interpretation available/Traduction simultanée disponible)
Silvia Bonaccio, Université d’Ottawa; Martin Lauzier, Université du Québec en Outaouais;
François Chiocchio, Université de Montréal; Alain Forget, Analys psychologie organisationnelle
Inc.; Claude Forget, André Filion & Ass. Inc.; Roland Foucher, Université du Québec en Outaouais;
André Savoie, Université de Montréal
2013-06-15 – 1:30 PM to 3:25 PM – 13 h 30 à 15 h 25 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Quantitative Methods/
Méthodes quantitatives
BEYOND SPSS: AN INTRODUCTION TO USING R FOR COMMON AND ADVANCED
STATISTICAL ANALYSES IN PSYCHOLOGY
Nicole M Aitken, University of Ottawa; Susanna Cheung, University of Ottawa; Katherine A
Collins, University of Ottawa; Jodi Martin, University of Ottawa; Sinthujaa Sampasivam,
University of Ottawa
2013-06-15 – 1:30 PM to 2:55 PM – 13 h 30 à 14 h 55 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in Education/
FAMILY ENGAGEMENT: CULTURAL, THEORETICAL, PRACTICE, AND
RESEARCH CONSIDERATIONS
Laurie Ford, University of British Columbia
A
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
en éducation
EMOTION REGULATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND ADOLESCENTS: A CASE
ILLUSTRATION FROM AN ACTION THEORY PERSPECTIVE
Richard A Young, University of British Columba
B
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
DEALING WITH DIVERSITY: IN WHAT LANGUAGE SHOULD WE DO IT?
Serge Lacroix, University of British Columbia; Sophie Ty, University of British Columbia;
Matthew Lee, University of British Columbia
C
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
NOBODY ASKED ME: FAMILY AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN PSYCHOLOGICAL
ASSESSMENT
Angelina Lee, University of British Columbia; Simon Lisaingo, University of British
Columbia; Laurie Ford, University of British Columbia
D
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
RECOGNIZING THE STRENGTHS OF CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY
DIVERSE FAMILIES
Jane Wakefield, University of British Columbia
2013-06-15 – 2:00 PM to 3:25 PM – 14 h 00 à 15 h 25 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS
Aimee Surprenant, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Lisa Votta-Bleeker, Canadian
Psychological Association
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 2:00 PM to 2:55 PM – 14 h 00 à 14 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Section Annual Meeting/
TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY/ENSEIGNEMENT DE LA PSYCHOLOGIE
Réunion annuelle
Nicholas Skinner, King’s University College
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
SECTION PROGRAM
/PROGRAMME DE LA SECTION
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2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 200C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LES PRATIQUES EN ÉVALUATION DU POTENTIEL ET EN SÉLECTION DE
PERSONNEL : DE L’ÉVALUATION À LA RÉTROACTION AUX CANDIDATS
(Simultaneous interpretation available/traduction simultanée disponible)
Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal
A
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
L’UTILISATION DES DONNÉES DE PERSONNALITÉ POUR PRÉDIRE LES
COMPÉTENCES EN EMPLOI
Philippe Longpré, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal;
André Durivage, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Claude Guindon, Travailleur autonome; André
Savoie, Université de Montréal
B
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
HOW TO IDENTIFY GREAT CANDIDATES IN THE CONTEXT OF PERSONNEL
SELECTION? A LOOK AT THE IMPORTANCE OF SITUATIONAL JUDGMENT
TEST
Véronique Goyette, Université de Montréal; Sarah Girouard, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Catherine St-Sauveur, CFC-Dolmen
C
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
COMMENT LA VALIDITÉ D’APPARENCE FAVORISE-T-ELLE L’INTENTION
D’AGIR SUITE AU FEEDBACK EN CONTEXTE D’ÉVALUATION DU POTENTIEL?
Isabelle Tremblay, Université de Montréal; Véronique Goyette, Université de Montréal;
Marie Malo, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal
D
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
COMMENT FAVORISER L’INTENTION D’AGIR DANS LE SENS DU FEEDBACK?
EXAMEN DES PERCEPTIONS LIÉES À L’ÉVALUATEUR ET DES MÉCANISMES
D’APPROPRIATION DU FEEDBACK
Marie Malo, Université de Montréal; Isabelle Tremblay, Université de Montréal; Véronique
Goyette, Université de Montréal; Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Université de Montréal
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
INTERNATIONAL/CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT SYMPOSIUM PART
II: NEW RESEARCH ON IDENTITY INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT,
DISCRIMINATION AND STEREOTYPING
Biru Zhou, Concordia University
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
IDENTITY INTEGRATION AND PREJUDICE IN THE KYRGYZ CONTEXT: THE
MEDIATING ROLE OF THREAT
Diana Cárdenas, Université de Montréal; Galina Gorborukova, American University of Central
Asia; Roxane de la Sabonnière, Université de Montréal
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CONFIDENCE AND IDENTITY AS PREDICTORS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS A
SECOND LANGUAGE IN CATALONIA
Nathalie Freynet, University of Ottawa; Richard Clément, University of Ottawa
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
PERCEIVED GROUP DISCRIMINATION & INTERGROUP EMPATHY IN
LEBANON AND QUEBEC
Rana Sioufi, Université du Québec à Montréal; Richard Bourhis, Université du Québec à
Montréal
D
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE CURIOUS CASE OF POSITIVE STEREOTYPES: WHEN BEING “GOOD AT
MATH” HAS NEGATIVE OUTCOMES FOR EAST ASIAN CANADIANS
Evelina Lou, York University; Richard Lalonde, York University
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2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
SEXUAL ASSAULT ON CAMPUS: INSTITUTIONAL ACTION AND INDIVIDUAL
RESPONSES
Lana Stermac, University of Toronto
A
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
SEXUALLY COERCIVE BEHAVIOURS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: IS
DISCLOSURE HELPFUL?
Lana Stermac, University of Toronto; Sarah Horowitz, University of Toronto; Sheena Bance,
University of Toronto
B
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
DOES A HISTORY OF SEXUAL COERCION HAMPER ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE
ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS?
Lucia F. O’Sullivan, University of New Brunswick; E. Sandra Byers, University of New
Brunswick
C
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS: PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS ON AN EVALUATION
OF SEXUAL ASSAULT RESISTANCE EDUCATION FOR WOMEN ON THREE
CANADIAN CAMPUSES
Charlene Senn, University of Windsor; Karen Hobden, University of Windsor
D
Women and Psychology/
Femmes et psychologie
RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS: UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON ‘HELPFUL’ SOCIAL REACTIONS TO
DISCLOSURES
Victoria Sit, York University; Regina Schuller, York University
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT IN HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTERS
Brett Thombs, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital
A
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
THE INFLUENCE OF SOMATIC SYMPTOMS ON BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY
SCORES IN HOSPITALIZED POST-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS
Vanessa C Delisle, McGill University; Susan E Abbey, University of Toronto; Aaron T Beck,
University of Pennsylvania; Keith S Dobson, University of Calgary; David JA Dozois, University of
Western Ontario; Sherry L Grace, York University; Donna E Stewart, University of Toronto; Roy C
Ziegelstein, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Brett Thombs, McGill University and
Jewish General Hospital
B
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
ASSESSING VISIBLE DIFFERENCES FROM MEDICAL ILLNESS: DEVELOPMENT
AND VALIDATION OF A BODY IMAGE AVOIDANCE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR
PEOPLE LIVING WITH SCLERODERMA
Lisa R Jewett, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Marie Hudson, McGill
University and Jewish General Hospital; Leslie Heinberg, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of
Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; Fred Wigley, Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine; Jennifer A Haythornthwaite, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Murray Baron,
McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Brett Thombs, McGill University and Jewish General
Hospital
C
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
CROSS-LANGUAGE MEASUREMENT EQUIVALENCE OF THE CENTER FOR
EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES DEPRESSION (CES-D) SCALE IN SYSTEMIC
SCLEROSIS: A COMPARISON OF CANADIAN AND DUTCH PATIENTS
Linda Kwakkenbos, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Erin Arthurs, McGill
University and Jewish General Hospital; Frank HJ van den Hoogen, Sint Maartenskliniek; Marie
Hudson, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Wim GJM van Lankveld, Sint
Maartenskliniek; Murray Baron, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Cornelia HM van den
Ende, Sint Maartenskliniek; Brett Thombs, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital
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SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
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D
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
THE UTILITY OF THE PATIENT HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE-9 TO ASSESS
SUICIDE RISK IN MEDICAL PATIENTS
Ilya Razykov, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital; Marie Hudson, McGill
University and Jewish General Hospital; Murray Baron, McGill University and Jewish General
Hospital; Brett Thombs, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 204B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Theory Review/
Examen théorique
THEORY REVIEW SESSION “G”/SESSION EXAMEN THÉORIQUE
#1
Environmental Psychology
Psychologie de l’environnement
HERDING CATS: ALLOCATING ATTENTION AMONG MULTIPLE PROBLEMS
Warren Thorngate, Carleton University; Wahida Chowdhury, Carleton University
#2
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
COMPETENCY-BASED EVALUATIONS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING
Daniel Peluso, University of Regina; Susan Farrell, Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre;
Sarah Bertrim, Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
#3
Teaching of Psychology/
Enseignement de la psychologie
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN BLENDED LEARNING INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
COURSES: DEFINITION, REQUIREMENTS AND OUTCOMES
Jagjit K Singh, DeVry Institute of Technology
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TRAITEMENT DE LA PHOBIE SOCIALE PAR UNE APPROCHE
INTERPERSONNELLE – FORMAT INDIVIDUEL OU DE GROUPE
Danielle Amado, Université de Montréal; Angela Kyparissis, Université de Montréal et
Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin; Ariel Stravynski, Université de Montréal et Centre de
recherche Fernand-Seguin
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 4:25 PM – 14 h 30 à 16 h 25 – 206B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Students in Psychology/
Étudiants en psychologie
WINNING TRI-COUNCIL AWARDS: EXPERT TIPS ON THE DOS AND DON’TS
OF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
Justin Feeney, University of Western Ontario; Michelle Gagnon, University of Regina; Missy
Teatero, Lakehead University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT IN CANADA: PREVALENCE, ATTITUDE AND IMPACT
ON CHILDREN
Marie-Eve Clément, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Elisa Romano, University of Ottawa
A
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
CHANGING TIDES: PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT BY CANADIAN PARENTS
Kathryn LaRoche, University of Ottawa; Catherine M. Lee, University of Ottawa; Christine
A. Ateah, University of Manitoba
B
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDHOOD PHYSICAL PUNISHMENT
AND ADULT OUTCOMES?
Elisa Romano, University of Ottawa; Sabrina Fréchette, University of Ottawa; Tessa Bell,
University of Ottawa
C
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
PRÉVALENCE ET ÉVOLUTION DU RECOURS À LA PUNITION CORPORELLE
ENVERS LES ENFANTS : RÉSULTATS DE LA TROISIÈME ENQUÊTE
POPULATIONNELLE QUÉBÉCOISE
Marie-Eve Clément, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Claire Chamberland, Université de
Montréa
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2013-06-15 – 2:30 PM to 3:55 PM – 14 h 30 à 15 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
TREATING DEPRESSIVE ADOLESCENTS: THE RESULTS OF INNOVATIVE
INTERVENTION PROGRAMS IN SCHOOL AND CLINICAL CONTEXTS FROM
FRANCE AND CANADA
Diane Dr. Marcotte, Université du Québec à Montréal
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY: AN INNOVATIVE AND PROMISING
TREATMENT FOR DEPRESSIVE ADOLESCENTS WITH BORDERLINE TRAITS
Valentin Mbekou, Douglas Hospital; Johanne Dr Renaud, Douglas Hospital
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOUR THERAPY ADAPTED FOR SUICIDAL ADOLESCENT.
SUMMARY OF AN EVALUATIVE RESEARCH
Réal Dr. Labelle, Université du Québec à Montréal; Alain Janelle, Université du Québec à
Montréal
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FIRST IMPLEMENTATION IN FRANCE OF PARE-CHOCS, A PREVENTION
PROGRAM FOR ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION
Laure Dr Mesquida, Hôpital La Grave; M Guegan, Hôpital La Grave; R Klein, Hôpital La
Grave; Jean-Philippe Dr Raynaud, Hôpital La Grave
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
QUANTATIVE AND QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF A PREVENTION PROGRAM
FOR DEPRESSIVE ADOLESCENTS IN A SCHOOL CONTEXT
Diane Marcotte, Université du Québec à Montréal; Martine Poirier, UQAM; Jacques Joly,
Université de Sherbrooke; Laurier Fortin, Université de Sherbrooke
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Digital Poster/
Affichage numérique
DIGITAL POSTER SESSION ‘H’/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE NUMÉRIQUE
Health Psychology/Psychologie de la santé ; Traumatic Stress/Stress traumatique
PANIC ATTACKS WITHOUT FEAR IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS
WITH UNEXPLAINED CHEST PAIN
Guillaume Foldes-Busque, École de Psychologie, Université Laval; Stephanie Hamel, École de
psychologie, Université Laval; Joanne Castonguay, École de Psychologie, Université Laval; Julien
Poitras, Département de médecine familiale et de médecine d’urgence, Université Laval; Jean-Marc
Chauny, Hopital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal; Jean G Diodati, Hopital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal;
André Marchand, Université du Québec à Montréal; Richard Fleet, Département de médecine
familiale et de médecine d’urgence, Université Laval
#2
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
TROUBLE D’ANXIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALISÉE ET ÉPUISEMENT PROFESSIONNEL
Lysiane Legault, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke; Marie Papineau,
Université de Sherbrooke; Patrick Gosselin, Université de Sherbrooke
#3
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
CARING FOR YOURSELF WHILE CARING FOR OTHERS: ANALYZING
THERAPEUTIC PROCESSES AND FACTORS OF ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS
USING A NATIONAL SAMPLE OF CAREGIVERS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH
CANCER
Dana A Male, York University; Karen D Fergus, York University; Joanne E Stephen, British
Columbia Cancer Agency
#4
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ÉPUISEMENT PROFESSIONNEL : VALIDATION D’UN QUESTIONNAIRE
SUR LES FACTEURS DE RISQUE INDIVIDUELS
Marie Papineau, Université de Sherbrooke; Lysiane Legault, Centre Hospitalier
Universitaire de Sherbrooke
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#1
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
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#5
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS RELATED TO THE PRESENCE OF AN INSOMNIA
COMPLAINT IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SLEEP APNEA
Dorrie Rizzo, Jewish General Hospital; Marc Baltzan, OSR Medical; Roland Grad, Jewish
General Hospital; Alan Pavilanis, St-Mary’s Hospital; Sally Bailes, Jewish General Hospital;
Laura Creti, Jewish General Hsopital; Catherine Fichten, Jewish General Hospital; Eva Libman,
Jewish General Hospital
#6
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
PERCEPTIONS OF ADULT SURVIVORS OF CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AMONG MENTAL
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Nasim Hosseinkhah, York University; Erin C. Ross, York University
#7
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY DURING TRAUMA ORIENTED SOCIAL
INTERACTION IN PATIENTS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
Nadim Nachar, Université de Montréal
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 200AB - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Poster/Affiche
POSTER SESSION “H”/PRÉSENTATION PAR AFFICHAGE
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Addiction Psychology/Psychologie de la dépendance ; Health Psychology/Psychologie de la santé ; Psychoanalttic and Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytique et psychodynamique ; Psychologists in Hospitals and Health Centres/Psychologue en milieu hospitalier et en centres de santé ; Psychology in the Military/Psychologie du milieu militaire ; Traumatic Stress/Stress traumatique
#1
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
LES IMPACTS DU GRATTAGE CAUSÉS LORS DE L’UTILISATION
D’UN DÉPLIANT TRAITANT DU JEU RESPONSABLE
Laura Bergeron-Bonnelly, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la prévention et le traitement
du jeu (CQEPTJ); Émilie Vézina, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la prévention et le traitement
du jeu (CQEPTJ); Carolyne Jean, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la prévention et le traitement
du jeu (CQEPTJ); Guillaume Rodrigue, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la prévention et le
traitement du jeu (CQEPTJ); Isabelle Giroux, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la prévention et
le traitement du jeu (CQEPTJ); Christian Jacques, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la
prévention et le traitement du jeu (CQEPTJ); Cathy Savard, Centre québécois d’excellence pour la
prévention et le traitement du jeu (CQEPTJ)
#2
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
ALCOHOL USE AND PERSONALITY: A COMPARISON OF HIGH AND LOW RISK
DRINKERS
Lisa Best, University of New Brunswick; Vance V MacLaren, Brandon University; Colin Rouse,
University of New Brunswick; Amy Shannon, University of New Brunswick; Stephanie J Ciszewski,
University of New Brunswick; Derek Gaudet, University of New Brunswick
#3
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
STRENGTHS AND SELF-CONCEPT AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH AND WITHOUT
SUBSTANCE USE ISSUES
James N.R Brazeau, Lakehead University; Nick Harris, Lakehead University; Edward Rawana,
Lakehead University; Keith Brownlee, Lakehead University
#4
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
A QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH SUGGESTING
PERCEIVED MEANING AND PURPOSE IN LIFE MAY PROTECT PEOPLE FROM
DEVELOPING PROBLEMS WITH ALCOHOL
Tyler M Carey, University of Victoria; Kenneth E Hart, University of Windsor
#5
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
UNDERSTANDING REWARD MOTIVATION AND EXPECTANCY IN EARLY PHASE
PSYCHOSIS SMOKERS: A CUE REACTIVITY STUDY
Marie-Eve Couture, Dalhousie University; Kim P Good, Dalhousie University; Sean P Barrett,
Dalhousie University; Heather Milliken, Dalhousie University; Alissa Pencer, IWK Health Centre;
Sherry H Stewart, Dalhousie University; Philip Tibbo, Dalhousie University; Hera Schlagintweit,
Dalhousie University
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CHANCE WINS VERSUS LOSSES AS PRECURSORS TO MISUNDERSTANDING OF
RANDOMNESS AND GAMBLING ODDS
Sarah Fanning, Mount Saint Vincent University; Debbie Campbell, Mount Saint Vincent
University; Shelagh C. Abriel, Mount Saint Vincent University; Natasa Mitrovic, Mount Saint
Vincent University; Shaunda Jesso, Mount Saint Vincent University; Lori O’Brien, Mount Saint
Vincent University; Venus Bali, Mount Saint Vincent University; Kaitlin Baur, Mount Saint Vincent
University; Marie-Louise N Donohoe, Mount Saint Vincent University; Will Shead, Mount Saint
Vincent University
#7
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
ENHANCEMENT MOTIVATED DRINKERS ARE POSITIVE MOOD
SELF-MEDICATING DRINKERS
Chantal M Gautreau, Dalhousie University; Sherry H Stewart, Dalhousie University; Kristen
M Bailey, Dalhousie University; Susan R Battista, Dalhousie University; Abby L Goldstein,
University of Toronto; Simon B Sherry, Dalhousie University
#8
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
THE MODERATING ROLE OF BAS CLARIFIES BIS RISK FOR
COPING-MOTIVATED SMOKING IN STUDENTS
Matthew T Keough, Concordia University; Laura Khan, Concordia University; Ashley Reynolds,
Concordia University; Roisin M O’Connor, Concordia University
#9
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
DRINKING TO COPE WITH DEPRESSION IS ASSOCIATED WITH A SPECIFIC
PATTERN OF ALCOHOL-RELATED PROBLEMS IN STUDENTS
Matthew T Keough, Concordia University; Ashley Reynolds, Concordia University; Laura Khan,
Concordia University; Roisin M O’Connor, Concordia University
#10
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
REMISSION WITHOUT TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE: EXPLORING
SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SOCIAL COPING STRATEGIES
Christelle Luce, Université de Montréal & Université Paris-Descartes
#11
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
THE IMPACT OF METACOGNITIVE ABILITIES ON SOCIAL FUNCTIONING IN
PERSONS EXPERIENCING EARLY PSYCHOSIS WITH AND WITHOUT A
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER
Marjolaine Massé, Université de Montral; Tania Lecomte, Université de Montréal
#12
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
A COMPARISON OF SELF-GENERATED MOTIVES FOR PLAYING MASSIVELY
MULTIPLAYER ONLINE ROLE PLAYING GAMES (MMORPG)
Kate L Meisner, Mount Allison University; Stefan Paulovic, Mount Allison University;
Daniel S McGrath, Mount Allison University
#13
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE
DRINKING, GAMBLING, AND DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIOUR
Carlie Montpetit, University of Calgary; David Hodgins, University of Calgary
#14
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
ALEXITHYMIA AS A RISK FACTOR FOR INTERNET ABUSE IN YOUNG ADULTS
Robyn N. O’Brien, University of Guelph; James D. A. Parker, Trent University; Scott B.
Maitland, University of Guelph
#15
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SUBSTANCE USE RISK PROFILES AND HEAVY
EPISODIC DRINKING FREQUENCY, SEVERITY, PERCEPTIONS AND DRINKING
SITUATIONS
Amanda J Reidpath, Mount Allison University; Lucia R Grauman-Neander, Mount Allison
University; Amanda Julian, Mount Allison University; Paula Buckley, Mount Allison University;
Daniel S McGrath, Mount Allison University
#16
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
PROBABILITY AND DELAY DISCOUNTING AMONG PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLERS
WITH AND WITHOUT ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER
Levi Riven, Concordia University; Leonardo F Andrade, University of Connecticut Health
Center; Nancy M Petry, University of Connecticut Health Center
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#6
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
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#17
Addiction Psychology/
Toxicomanies
PREDICTING GAMBLING PROBLEMS AND ADDICTION FROM GAMBLING
OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES IN COLLEGE STUDENTS
Renée A St-Pierre, School/Applied Child Psychology, McGill University; Caroline E
Temcheff, Département de psychoéducation, Université de Sherbrooke; Rina Gupta, International
Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors; Jeffrey Derevensky, International
Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors; Thomas S Paskus, National Collegiate
Athletic Association
#18
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ARE THE SOMATIC-AFFECTIVE AND COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION
DIFFERENTIALLY ASSOCIATED WITH INSULIN RESISTANCE?
Anthony Austin, Concordia University; Jennifer Gordon, University of North Carolina; Kim L
Lavoie, University of Quebec at Montreal; André Arsenault, Montreal Heart Institute; Simon L
Bacon, Concordia University
#19
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SLEEP APNEA AND CHRONIC INSOMNIA PATIENTS HAVE DISTINCT AND
IDENTIFIABLE SYMPTOM PROFILES
Sally Bailes, Jewish General Hospital; Marc Baltzan, OSR Medical; Roland Grad, Jewish
General Hospital; Alan Pavilanis, St-Mary’s Hospital; Dorrie Rizzo, Jewish General Hospital;
Laura Creti, Jewish General Hsopital; Catherine Fichten, Jewish General Hospital; Eva Libman,
Jewish General Hospital
#20
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
CHARACTERISTICS OF CONSULTATIONS FOR INSOMNIA AMONG CANCER
PATIENTS
Marie Solange Bernatchez, School of Psychology, Laval University; Josée Savard, School of
Psychology, Laval University; Hans Ivers, School of Psychology, Laval University
#21
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PANIC DISORDER AND ASTHMA CONTROL: THE
IMPACT OF ASTHMA SELF-EFFICACY
Maxine Boudreau, Université du Québec à Montréal; Karine Ouellet, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Annik Plourde, Université du Québec à Montréal; Simon L Bacon, Université Concordia;
Kim L Lavoie, Université du Québec à Montréal
#22
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
MAKING IT SHORTER: AN ITEM REDUCTION INVESTIGATION OF THE
CHO-KLAT35
Jessica N Boulard, Laurentian University; Nancy L Young, Laurentian University; Victor S
Blanchette, The Hospital for Sick Children
#23
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
COPING AT HIGH ALTITUDE
Jelena Brcic, University of British Columbia; Christine Ma, University of British
Columbia; Syd Burdett, University of British Columbia; Ksenija Ciric, University of British
Columbia
#24
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
A DYADIC MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING PARENTAL MOOD STATES IN THE
CONTEXT OF PEDIATRIC CANCER
Willow Burns, Universite de Montreal; CHU Sainte-Justine; Katherine Péloquin, Université
de Montréal; Serge Sultan, Universite de Montreal; CHU Sainte-Justine; Sophie Marcoux, CHU
Sainte-Justine; Philippe Robaey, CHU Sainte-Justine
#25
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
THE ROLE OF MINDFULNESS IN TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS
Myka B Caluyong, Carleton University/The Ottawa Hospital; Rebecca Small, The Ottawa
Hospital; Aaron Zambrana, The Ottawa Hospital; Heather Romanow, The Ottawa Hospital; Howard
Nathan, The Ottawa Hospital; Patricia Poulin, The Ottawa Hospital
#26
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
AUTONOMOUS MOTIVATION PREDICTS ADOLESCENTS’ INTENTION TO GO TO
BED EARLIER
Jamie Cassoff, McGill University; Florida Rushani, McGill University; Bärbel Knäuper,
McGill University; Reut Gruber, Douglas Mental Health University Institute
#27
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
TESTING THE LEVELS OF PROCESSING MODEL OF MEMORY (LOP) ON YOGA
PRACTITIONERS: THE POWER OF WORD CONNOTATION IN RECALL
Claude Charpentier, Bishop’s University; Sarah Duguay, Bishop’s University; Dale Stout,
Bishop’s University
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THE INFLUENCE OF ATTRACTIVENESS AND FAITHFULNESS ON RISK
JUDGMENTS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
(STIS): CAN RELEVANT INFORMATION ABOUT STIS YIELD MORE ACCURATE
RISK ASSESSMENTS?
Claude Charpentier, Bishop’s University; Vanessa Jarmuske, Bishop’s University; Dale
Stout, Bishop’s University; Philip Cooper, Concordia University
#29
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENT AND CHILD NEEDLE
FEAR: IS PARENTAL NEEDLE FEAR MODELING RELATED TO CHILDREN’S
FEAR OF NEEDLES?
Patricia Creary, University of Guelph; C Meghan McMurtry, University of Guelph
#30
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PORTRAYALS OF ASTHMATICS IN THE MEDIA AND ASTHMATICS’
EXPERIENCES OF STIGMATIZATION
Shannon Cunningham, University of Guelph; Clarissa Cheong, University of Guelph; Kieran
O’Doherty, University of Guelph
#31
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
CHARACTERISTICS OF WOMEN WITH CHRONIC VULVAR PAIN
Emma Dargie, Queen’s University; Caroline Pukall, Queen’s University; Stacy L Henry,
Queen’s University; Amanda Shelley, Queen’s University
#32
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
HIV PREVENTION IN MSM OF COLOUR: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND
IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
Samir Durrani, McGill University; Nathan G Smith, McGill University
#33
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTION OF THE PAIN BEHAVIORS OF
OTHERS AS AUTOMATIC OR CONTROLLED
Samantha R Fashler, York University; Jackson McKee, University of British Columbia; Kalie
N McCrystal, University of British Columbia; Kenneth D Craig, University of British Columbia
#34
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SLEEP FOR SUCCESS: PARENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ SLEEP KNOWLEDGE AND
PERCEPTIONS FOLLOWING THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN A SCHOOL-BASED SLEEP
EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN
Laura Fontil, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Lana Bergmame, Douglas Mental
Health University Institute; Gail Somerville, Riverside School Board; Paul Enros, Riverside
School Board; Myra Kestler, Riverside School Board; Elizabeth Gillies-Poitras, Riverside School
Board; Deborah Angelus, Riverside School Board; Enzo DiLoia, Riverside School Board; Sierra
Pesci, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Reut Gruber, Douglas Mental Health University
Institute; Sierra Pesci, Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Reut Gruber, Douglas Mental
Health University Institute
#35
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
DOES CATASTROPHIZING MAINTAIN HEALTH-RELATED WORRY? A 14-DAY
DAILY DIARY STUDY
Chantal M Gautreau, Dalhousie University; Simon B Sherry, Dalhousie University; Sherry H
Stewart, Dalhousie University; Dayna L Sherry, Capital District Health Authority; Sean P
Mackinnon, Dalhousie University
#36
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
DYADIC PATTERNS AND PARTNERS’ INTERACTION IN REACTION TO
INFERTILITY AND ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: A CRITICAL
REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Anne Gendreau, Université du Québec à Montréal; Mélanie Vachon, Université du Québec à
Montréal
#37
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF OBESITY IN CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS
Sandra Gotovac, University of Windsor
#38
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
LA COMORBIDITÉ ENTRE MALADIES CHRONIQUES ET TROUBLES DE LA
SANTÉ MENTALE : UNE RELATION MODULÉE PAR LA LANGUE?
Jean Grenier, Hôpital Montfort; Paul Greenman, Université du Québec en Outaouais;
Dominique Gosselin, Université d’Ottawa; Anifa Kalay, Hôpital Montfort; Marie-Hélène Chomienne,
Hôpital Montfort; Aubain Nzokem, Réseau de recherche appliquée sur la santé des francophones de
l’Ontario (RRASFO); Malek Batal, Université d’Ottawa; Louise Bouchard, Université d’Ottawa
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Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ÉVALUATION DU STRESS PROVOQUÉ PAR L’EXAMEN ANOGÉNITAL CHEZ LES
ENFANTS
Valérie Guertin, Université de Montréal; Mireille Cyr, Université de Montréal
#40
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
DEPRESSION: DOES IT LEAD TO INCREASES IN BODY MASS INDEX AMONG
PATIENTS WITH ASTHMA?
Ariane Jacob, Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal; Simon L Bacon, Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de
Montréal; Kim L Lavoie, Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal
#41
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EFFECTIVENESS OF HOPE-FOCUSED GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR CHRONIC
PAIN
Ryan Jacobson, University of Alberta; Andrew Howell, Grant MacEwan University; Denise J.
Larsen, University of Alberta
#42
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
COMPONENTS OF CATASTROPHIZING AND DEPRESSION AS MEDIATORS
BETWEEN PAIN AND DISABILITY IN WOMEN SUFFERING FROM IC/BPS
Laura Katz, Queen’s University; Dean A Tripp, Queen’s University; J C Nickel, Queen’s
University; Adrijana Koljuskov, Queen’s University
#43
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
AN APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF COGNITIVE ADAPTATION TO
EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT TO MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Melissa D Kehler, University of Regina; Heather D Hadjistavropoulos, University of Regina
#44
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ATTACHMENT STYLE RELATED TO SUPPORT-SEEKING AND PAIN BEHAVIOUR
IN A SOCIAL CONTEXT
Hilary M Kitchener, Acadia University; Diane Holmberg, Acadia University; Lachlan
McWilliams, University of Saskatchewan
#45
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OVEREATING AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING
Ellen M Klaver, Grant MacEwan University; Russell A Powell, Grant MacEwan University
#46
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SEX DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT: A STUDY OF
BURN SURVIVORS’ NARRATIVES
Chantal Knockaert, University of Manitoba; Tevya Hunter, University of Manitoba; Maria
Medved, University of Manitoba; Sulaye Thakrar, University of Manitoba; Jitender Sareen,
University of Manitoba; Jens Brockmeier, University of Manitoba; Sarvesh Logsetty, University of
Manitoba
#47
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PAIN APPRAISALS AND BEHAVIOURAL COPING STRATEGIES IN PREDICTING
PATIENT OUTCOMES IN CHRONIC PROSTATITIS/CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN
SYNDROME (CP/CPPS)
Adrijana Koljuskov, Queen’s University; Dean A Tripp, Queen’s University; J. Curtis
Nickel, Queen’s University; Daniel Shoskes, Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute; Michel
Pontari, Temple University; Mark S Litwin, University of California; Mary McNaughton-Collins,
Massachusetts General Hospital; Laura Katz, Queen’s University
#48
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EMPATHY CONFIGURATIONS TO EXPLAIN RISKS OF BURNOUT IN FAMILY
PHYSICIANS
Martin Lamothe, Université de Montréal; Émilie Boujut, LPPS, Université Paris Descartes;
Franck Zenasni, Institut Universitaire Paris Descartes de Psychologie (IUPDP); Serge Sultan,
Université de Montréal
#49
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
MEASURING THE IMPACT OF BURDEN AND SELF-EFFICACY OF ADHERING TO
SELF-CARE BEHAVIOURS IN PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
Jeanine E.M. Lane, Ryerson University; Karen M Zhang, Western University Canada; Leora
Swartzman, Western University Canada
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MAJOR DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY DISORDERS IN THE FIRST YEAR AFTER
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN MILD AND
MODERATE/SEVERE INJURIES
Valérie Laviolette, Université Laval; Danielle Tessier, Université Laval; Myriam Giguère,
Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale; Simon
Beaulieu-Bonneau, Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale;
Marie-Josée Sirois, Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier affilié universitaire de Québec;
Alexis F. Turgeon, Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier affilié universitaire de Québec;
Lynne Moore, Département de médecine sociale et préventive, Faculté de médecine, Université
Laval; Josée Savard, Centre de recherche en cancérologie de l’Université Laval; Bonnie Swaine,
École de réadaptation, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal; Joanne Roy, Centre
interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale; Marie-Christine Ouellet,
Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale
#51
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
THE CURRENT STATE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN CANADA’S
PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS
Stephanie L Leon, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Mario Cappelli, Children’s
Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Samina Ali, University of Alberta; William Craig, University of
Alberta; Janet Curran, Dalhousie University; Rebecca Gokiert, Univeristy of Alberta; Terry
Klassen, Manitoba Institute of Child Health; Martin Osmond, Children’s Hospital of Eastern
Ontario; Shannon D Scott, University of Alberta; Amanda S Newton, University of Alberta
#52
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
COMPARISON OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND SEXUAL IMPAIRMENT RATES
BETWEEN WOMEN WITH SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS AND WOMEN FROM A GENERAL
POPULATION SAMPLE
Brooke Levis, McGill University; Andrea Burri, King’s College, London; Marie Hudson,
Jewish General Hospital; Murray Baron, Jewish General Hospital; Brett D Thombs, Jewish General
Hospital
#53
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ATTACHMENT STYLE AND OBESITY: EXAMINING MEDIATORS IN A
COMMUNITY SAMPLE OF ONTARIO YOUTH
Danijela Maras, Carleton University; Gary Goldfield, Healthy Active Living and Obesity
Research Group, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Mary Gick, Department of Psychology,
Carleton University; Katherine Henderson, Regional Eating Disorder Program, Children’s Hospital
of Eastern Ontario; Annick Buchholz, Centre for Healthy Active Living, Children’s Hospital of
Eastern Ontario; Martine Flament, Institute of Mental Health Research, Royal Ottawa Health Care
Group
#54
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
UNSOLICITED COMMENTARIES FROM CANCER SURVIVORS: A LONGITUDINAL,
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
Candace G. Marshall, University of British Columbia; Wolfgang Linden, University of
British Columbia; Kosta Marshall Kudos, University of British Columbia; Gina Mackenzie, British
Columbia Cancer Association
#55
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PAIN AS A SOCIAL PHENOMENON: DOES ATTACHMENT STYLE INFLUENCE
PAIN PERCEPTION IN OTHERS?
Karmen E McDivitt, University of British Columbia -Okanagan; Kara K Turcotte, University
Of British Columbia -Okanagan; Ashna Jassi, University of British Columbia -Okanagan; Susan
Holtzman, University of British Columbia -Okanagan
#56
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PROGRAM EVALUATION OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY OUTPATIENT CHRONIC
PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Jacqueline McKinnon, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; John Kowal, the Ottawa
Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; Keith Wilson, the Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; Lachlan
McWilliams, University of Saskatchewan; Peter Hendersen, the Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation
Centre
#57
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
WHEN A SIGNAL BECOMES AN ALARM: TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF
URINARY URGENCY IN INCONTINENT WOMEN
Paula C. Miceli, York University; William Love, Private Practice; Sidney B Radomski,
University Health Network; Amedeo Giorgi, Saybrook University; Joel Katz, York University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#50
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
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#58
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SLEEP DISTURBANCES IN SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS: EVIDENCE FOR THE ROLE
OF GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS, PAIN, AND PRURITUS
Katherine Milette, McGill University; Marie Hudson, Jewish General Hospital; Annett
Körner, McGill University; Murray Baron, Jewish General Hospital; Brett Thombs, Jewish General
Hospital
#59
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
COGNITIVE EMOTION REGULATION AND ENGAGEMENT IN RISKY BEHAVIORS:
RELATIONS OF SELF-BLAME AND SELF-DIRECTED RISKY BEHAVIOURS
Samira SL Moumne, McGill University; Melissa Stern, McGill University; Anthony Claro,
McGill University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#60
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION AND ENGAGEMENT IN RISKY BEHAVIOURS: RELATION
OF INHIBITION TO DIFFERENT SUBTYPES OF RISKY BEHAVIOURS
Samira Moumne, McGill University; Anthony Claro, McGill University; Melissa Stern, McGill
University; Steven R Shaw, McGill University
#61
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SYMPTOM ASSESSMENT IN PATIENTS WITH GASTROINTESTINAL CANCERS: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Alvina Ng, University of British Columbia; Rachelle Pullmer, University of British
Columbia; Wolfgang Linden, University of British Columbia; Katerina Rnic, University of Western
Ontario; Andrea Vodermaier, University of British Columbia
#62
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
EXPLORING MINOR HOCKEY PLAYERS’ KNOWLEDGE ABOUT AND
ATTITUDES TOWARD CONCUSSION: IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION
Andrea Perra, University of Alberta
#63
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND HEMODYNAMIC, HAEMOSTATIC,
AND ENDOTHELIAL RESPONSES TO PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS IN PATIENTS
FOLLOWING CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY
Annik Plourde, Université du Québec à Montréal; Kim L Lavoie, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Karine Ouellet, Université du Québec à Montréal; Douglas Carroll, University of
Birmingham; Christopher Ring, University of Birmingham; Simon L Bacon, Concordia University
#64
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
CLARIFYING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HEALTH COGNITIONS AND
MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS OF HEALTH ANXIETY
Nicole E Pugh, University of Regina; Lindsay Friesen, University of Regina; Chantalle M
Fuchs, University of Regina; Heather D Hadjistavropoulos, University of Regina
#65
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
L’ASSOCIATION ENTRE LE SOUTIEN CONJUGAL ET LES DIFFICULTÉS
SEXUELLES CHEZ DES COUPLES SUIVIS EN TRAITEMENT DE FERTILITÉ
Coralie CPL Purcell-Lévesque, Université de Sherbrooke; Katherine KP Péloquin, Université
de Montréal; Audrey AB Brassard, Université de Sherbrooke; John JW Wright, Clinique de
consultation familiale et conjugale
#66
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
L’UTILISATION DES SERVICES DE SANTÉ MENTALE CHEZ LES
IMMIGRANTS ET RÉFUGIÉS AFRICAINS: UNE ANALYSE DES
REPRÉSENTATIONS DE LA MALADIE
Rhéa J Rocque, University of Manitoba; Annabel Levesque, Université de Saint-Boniface
#67
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ARE HOT FLASHES ASSOCIATED WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS IN BREAST
CANCER PATIENTS?
Marie-Hélène Savard, Centre de recherche en cancérologie de l’Université Laval; Josée
Savard, Centre de recherche en cancérologie de l’Université Laval; Aude Caplette-Gingras, Centre
de recherche en cancérologie de l’Université Laval
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NEUROTICISM AND EARLY DISEASE ACTIVITY PREDICT MORE ACTIVE
5-YEAR COURSE OF INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN A COMMUNITY SAMPLE
Kathryn A. Sexton, IBD Clinical and Research Centre, University of Manitoba; John R.
Walker, Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University of Manitoba; Lesley Graff,
Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University of Manitoba; Ian Clara, Department of
Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba; Lisa Lix, Department of Community Health
Sciences, University of Manitoba; Rachel Carr, IBD Clinical and Research Centre, University of
Manitoba; Linda Rogala, IBD Clinical and Research Centre, University of Manitoba; Norine Miller,
IBD Clinical and Research Centre, University of Manitoba; Charles N. Bernstein, Department of
Internal Medicine, University of Manitoba
#69
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF STRESS ON MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH
AMONGST CANADIAN ETHNIC MINORITIES
Alexandra Shriner, University of Calgary
#70
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
THE BURN INJURY NARRATIVES OF A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY: HOW
MEN WITH DISABILITIES STRUCTURE A SUBSEQUENT BURN INJURY INTO
THEIR LIFE STORIES
Sulaye Thakrar, University of Manitoba; Maria I Medved, University of Manitoba; Sarvesh
Logsetty, University of Manitoba; Diane Hiebert-Murphy, University of Manitoba; Jitender Sareen,
University of Manitoba; Jens Brockmeier, University of Manitoba; Tevya A Hunter, University of
Manitoba
#71
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
PRIMARY CARE RESEARCH NETWORKS AND ACTION RESEARCH AS TOOLS FOR
ENGAGING PRACTITIONERS AND ADDRESSING CHALLENGES IN LOCAL
PRACTICE SETTINGS
Carmen Thompson, University of Calgary; Neil Drummond, University of Alberta
#72
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
LA DÉTRESSE PSYCHOLOGIQUE CHEZ LES PATIENTS ATTEINTS DE CANCER:
CONTRIBUTION DU PERFECTIONNISME ET DES STRATÉGIES D’ADAPTATION
Claudia Trudel-Fitzgerald, Université Laval; Josée Savard, Université Laval
#73
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
INVESTIGATION OF TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CANCER-RELATED
SYMPTOMS THROUGHOUT THE CANCER CARE TRAJECTORY
Claudia Trudel-Fitzgerald, Université Laval; Josée Savard, Université Laval
#74
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SYMPTOM ASSESSMENT IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Iulia Tudor, University of British Columbia; Wolfgang Linden, University of British
Columbia; Katerina Rnic, University of Western Ontario; Andrea Vodermaier, University of British
Columbia
#75
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
ANGER AND STRESS MANAGEMENT IN PREGNANCY HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS
Carmen Ivette Vargas Morales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National University
of Mexico); Juan José Sánchez-Sosa, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National University
of Mexico); Carlos G. Castro, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National University of
Mexico)
#76
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
HOW GENDER, CULTURE, SELF-CONSTRUAL AND HAPPINESS AFFECT
ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
Mamta Vaswani, Trent University; Teresa L DeCicco, Trent University
#77
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
SEX EDUCATION LEAVES SOMETHING TO BE DESIRED: SEXUAL AND
REPRODUCTIVE ATTITUDES, BEHAVIOURS, AND KNOWLEDGE AMONG YOUNG
ADULTS
Linzi E Williamson, University of Saskatchewan; Ava D Agar, University of Saskatchewan;
Karen L Lawson, University of Saskatchewan; Sarah L Sangster, University of Saskatchewan
#78
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF TRAIT MINDFULNESS ON
ADOLESCENTS’ MEMORY FOR PAIN
Qianying Yao, Dalhousie University; Mark Petter, Dalhousie University; Patrick J McGrath,
IWK Health Centre and Dalhousie University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
#68
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
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#79
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
DO PATIENTS TAKING MEDICATION FOR HYPERTENSION KNOW THEIR BLOOD
PRESSURE (BP)?
Sandra Young, University of Calgary; Tavis S Campbell, University of Calgary; Wolfgang
Linden, University of British Columbia
#80
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
VALUED GOALS OF HEART FAILURE PATIENTS: DOES SELF-CARE
MANAGEMENT MATTER?
Karen M Zhang, The University of Western Ontario; Leora C Swartzman, University of Western
Ontario; Malcolm J Arnold, London Health Sciences Centre; Kathleen Dindoff, Fanshawe College
#81
Health Psychology/
Psychologie de la santé
GOALS AND ITS RELATION TO WELL-BEING AMONG EMERGING ADULTS
Xiaozhou Zhang, University of Alberta; Adam McCaffrey, University of Alberta; Sonya
Sehgal, University of Alberta; Robert Klassen, The University of York
#82
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
L’INFLUENCE DE LA CULTURE ORGANISATIONNELLE SUR LA
MOTIVATION ET LA RÉTENTION DES EMPLOYÉS
Dominique Perreault, Université d’Ottawa; Amanda Baker, Université d’Ottawa; Héloïse
Sirois-Leclerc, Université d’Ottawa; Céline Blanchard, Université d’Ottawa
#83
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
VERBAL ELABORATION OF DISTINCT AFFECT CATEGORIES AND
NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER SYMPTOMS
Nabil Bouizegarène, University of Montreal; Serge Lecours, University of Montreal
#84
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
SHORT TERM DYNAMIC THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF YOUNG OFFENDERS:
THEORY AND CASE EXAMPLE
Tina Dadgostari, University of Saskatchewan
#85
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
UN MODÈLE D’INTERVENTION GÉNÉRATIONNEL DESTINÉ AUX JEUNES EN
DIFFICULTÉ : DISPOSITIF DE PASSATION ET APPORTS CLINIQUES DU
GÉNOGRAMME LIBRE
David Lafortune, Université du Québec à Montréal; Sophie Gilbert, Université du Québec à
Montréal
#86
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
EXPLORING THE JUNGIAN PERSONALITY TYPES OF SECOND LIFE USERS
Nancy Tavares-Jones, Life Pathways
#87
Psychologists in
Education/Psychologues
en éducation
ACADEMIC SELF-CONCEPTS OF CHILDREN WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL
DISABILITY
Tim Johnston, University of Windsor; Sam Iskandar, University of Windsor; Sylvia L
Voelker, University of Windsor
#88
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN REHABILITATION OUTCOME, COGNITION, MOOD,
AND FATIGUE, IN CLIENTS WITH AN ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY (ABI).
S. E. Collins, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; C. Leclerc, The Ottawa Hospital
Rehabilitation Centre; L. M. Rees, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; J. Ginting, The
Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; N. Waters, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; M.
Church, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; J. Heard, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation
Centre; M. Seguin, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; L. Papineau, The Ottawa Hospital
Rehabilitation Centre; L. Scott-Lowery, The Ottawa Hospital; N. McCormick, The Ottawa Hospital
Rehabilitation Centre; S. Lindsey, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; E. Nadorp, The
Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; E. Tan, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; M.
Pole, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; C. D. Deslauriers, The Ottawa Hospital
Rehabilitation Centre; S. Marshall, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; P. McNamara, The
Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre
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CHILD INJURY EVENTS: AN ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC INDICATOR PROPERTIES
FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF INJURY INTENT TO PREVENT CHILD MALTREATMENT
Jessica P. Flores, The University of British Columbia
#90
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
A NEEDS ASSESSMENT, GROUP PLAN, AND OUTCOME EVALUATION OF A
WORKPLACE STRESS GROUP
Nicola I Michaud, University of Alberta
#91
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
THE DISCREPANCY BETWEEN NURSES’ PERCEIVED AND ACTUAL
CAREGIVING ROLES: IDENTIFYING FACTORS THAT CAN CONTRIBUTE TO
COMPASSION FATIGUE
Kelsey B. Morrison, University of New Brunswick, Saint John Campus
#92
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
HOSPITAL PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADA: AN UPDATE
Kristin Newman, University of Calgary; Sarah Collins, University of Calgary; Laurel
Wallace, University of Calgary; Irene Liu, University of Calgary; Charmaine Thomas, University of
Calgary; Keith Dobson, University of Calgary
#93
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
HOSPITAL-BASED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR PEDIATRIC COCHLEAR
IMPLANT RECIPIENTS IN CANADA
Janet Olds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Din Osmun Laila, Children’s Hospital
of Eastern Ontario; Stephanie Greenham, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Elizabeth
Fitzpatrick, University of Ottawa; David Schramm, University of Ottawa, Children’s Hospital of
Eastern Ontario
#94
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
AN INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT
TRAINING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Jen R. Rouse, Ryerson University; Kelly E. McShane, Ryerson University; Candice M. Monson,
Ryerson University
#95
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING FOLLOWING VIOLENCE: AN EXAMINATION OF
POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH, DISTRESS, AND HOPE AMONG INTERPERSONAL
VIOLENCE SURVIVORS
Christine M Cabral, OISE, University of Toronto
#96
Traumatic Stress
traumatique
COPING STRATEGIES ACROSS THE FORCED MIGRATION EXPERIENCE:
A STUDY OF POLISH CHILDREN IN SOVIET LABOUR CAMPS
Amanda A Chalupa, McGill University; Monica Tomlinson, McGill University
#97
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
DES HOMMES VICTIMES D’AGRESSIONS SEXUELLES DURANT L’ENFANCE :
IMPACTS SUR LE FONCTIONNEMENT PSYCHOLOGIQUE ET SEXUEL À L’ÂGE ADULTE
Marie-France L’Ecuyer, Université du Québec à Montréal; Natacha Godbout, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Martine Hébert, Université du Québec à Montréal; Michel Goulet, Université du
Québec à Montréal; Sophie Bergeron, Université du Québec à Montréal
#98
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
PERCEPTIONS OF TRAUMA: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM A CANADIAN
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CATCHMENT AREA
Eva Monson, McGill University; Alain Brunet, McGill University; Emily Macgregor, Douglas
Institute; Emma Facer-Irwin, McGill University; Jean Caron, Douglas Institute
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Centres/Psychologues en
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en centres de santé
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#99
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH IN ADULT CANCER SURVIVORS: A CRITICAL
REVIEW OF PREDICTORS BASED ON THE ORGANISMIC VALUING THEORY
(OVT) OF GROWTH
Julie St-Laurent, Université de Montréal; Stéphane Guay, Centre d’étude sur le Trauma;
Anne Brédart, Institut Curie; Serge Sultan, Centre de recherche du CHU Ste-Justine
#100
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
QUALITY OF PARENT-ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIPS PREDICTING
EXTERNALIZING BEHAVIOUR IN TORONTO YOUTH: TRAUMATIC EVENTS AS A MODERATOR
Jessica Tanner, Nipissing University; Tracey Curwen, Nipissing University
#101
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
LES REPRÉSENTATIONS D’ATTACHEMENT COMME MODÉRATEUR ENTRE
L’AGRESSION SEXUELLE EN ENFANCE ET LES SYMPTÔMES EXTERNALISÉS/
ATTACHMENT REPRESENTATIONS AS A MODERATOR BETWEEN CHILD SEXUAL
ABUSE AND EXTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS
Marie-Pier Vaillancourt-Morel, Université Laval; Natacha Godbout, Université du Québec à
Montréal; Stéphane Sabourin, Université Laval; Marsha Runtz, University of Victoria
#102
Traumatic Stress/
Stress traumatique
UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PTSD, DEPRESSION, AND
THERAPEUTIC ALLIANCE IN TRAUMA-FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL
THERAPY (TF-CBT) WITH SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN
Karina Zorzella, York University; Robert Muller, York University
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychologists in Education/
Psychologues en éducation
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES: HOW TO PROVIDE CONSULTATION SUPPORT
R. Coranne Johnson, RCJ Psycho-Educational Services
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 205C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Psychoanalytic and
Psychodynamic Psychology/
Psychologie psychoanalytique et
psychodynamique
THE PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE BORDERLINE DISORDER OF
SELF- THE MASTERSON APPROACH
Loray Daws, Private Practice, Director BC Masterson Institute, Faculty Member
International Masterson Institute
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 2104B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Criminal Justice Psychology/
Psychologie et justice pénale
PREDICTING COMMUNITY-BASED METHADONE MAINTENANCE TREATMENT
(MMT) OUTCOME
George Stones, Correctional Service of Canada
2013-06-15 – 3:00 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 00 à 16 h 55 – 201C - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
ETHICS COMMITTEE MEETING
Carole Sinclair, Private Practice
2013-06-15 – 3:30 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 30 à 16 h 55 – 206A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
INTRODUCING OUTCOME AND PROCESS MEASURES IN PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING
CLINICS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
Annette Dufresne, University of Windsor
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
LESSONS LEARNED IN INTRODUCING ON-LINE MEASURES IN
PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING
Amanda R. Levine, University of Windsor; Miea Moon, University of Windsor
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
HOW DOES PROCESS AND OUTCOME DATA HELP INFORM THERAPEUTIC WORK:
STUDENT PERSPECTIVES
Katelyn E. Boersma, University of Windsor; Carolyne E. Lee, University of Windsor
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Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
HOW DOES PROCESS AND OUTCOME DATA HELP INFORM SUPERVISION AND
THERAPY: SUPERVISOR PERSPECTIVES
Sandra C. Paivio, University of Windsor; Annette Dufresne, Dr. Annette Dufresne
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
WHAT IS WORKING IN THERAPEUTIC CONVERSATIONS WITH CLIENTS
IDENTIFIED AT RISK FOR TREATMENT FAILURE
Erica S. Chu, University of Windsor; Annette Dufresne, University of Windsor
2013-06-15 – 3:30 PM to 4:55 PM – 15 h 30 à 16 h 55 – 2000D - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
BULLYING IN SCHOOLS: THE INFLUENCE OF SYSTEMIC AND DIVERSITY FACTORS
Ada L Sinacore, McGill University; Ingrid Sladeczek, McGill University
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
A SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF QUEBEC BULLYING
LEGISLATION ON POLICIES
Jennifer Bruce, McGill University; Ada Sinacore, McGill University; Ingrid Sladeczek,
McGill University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
YOUNG WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES OF GENDER AND SEXUALLY-FOCUSED
BULLYING IN SECONDARY SCHOOL
Sasha Lerner, McGill University; Ada Sinacore, McGill University
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
MALE ADULTS’ EXPERIENCE OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AND THEIR
PERCEPTIONS OF MASCULINITY
Chao-Mei Chiang, McGill University; Ada L Sinacore, McGill University; Jennifer Ho, McGill University
2013-06-15 – 3:30 PM to 5:25 PM – 15 h 30 à 17 h 25 – 2105 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Workshop/Atelier
Family Psychology/
Psychologie de la famille
MAKING THE CHILD EXPERIENCE REAL; EFFECTIVE GROUP INTERVENTIONS
IN DIVORCE AND SEPARATION CONFLICTS
Ian C Connop, Relationships Australia: K.I.Dispute Alternatives Family Services:CADR;
Ronda Knowles Connop, Calgary Board of Education
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 202 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Kerry Mothersill, Alberta Health Services
A
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
CHALLENGES, TRAINING AND ETHICS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Jason Ediger, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
B
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
COLLABORATING WITH FAMILY PHYSICIANS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Jean Grenier, Université d’Ottawa
C
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
COLLABORATION THAT WORKS: PRINCIPLES FOR THE SUCCESSFUL
INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY IN PRIMARY CARE
Dennis Pusch, Alberta Health Services
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
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Psychologists in
Hospitals and Health
Centres/Psychologues en
milieu hospitalier et
en centres de santé
PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADIAN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE: CURRENT AND FUTURE PRACTICE
John Service, Ontario Psychological Association
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 203 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
THE CULTURAL SHAPING OF MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING:
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CLINICAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Andrew G Ryder, Concordia University
A
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURE AND IDENTITY EXPLORED LONGITUDINALLY: ACCULTURATION
ADJUSTMENT AND THE MONTRÉAL LANDSCAPE
Catherine E Amiot, Université du Québec à Montréal; Andrew G Ryder, Concordia University;
Biru Zhou, Concordia University; Marina Doucerain, Concordia University
B
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
IDENTITY INTEGRATION: A SUBTRACTIVE PROCESS
Roxane de la Sablonnière, Université de Montréal; Catherine E Amiot, Université du Québec
à Montréal; Diana Cardenas, Université de Montréal; Nazgul Sadykova, American University Central Asia; Galina L Gorborukova, Université de Montréal
C
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURE, IDENTITY, AND SUFFERING: THE EXAMPLE OF SOCIAL ANXIETY
IN CHINA AND CANADA
Andrew G Ryder, Concordia University; Biru Zhou, Concordia University; Xiongzhao Zhu,
South Central University; Shuqiao Yao, South Central University; Jessica Dere, Centre for
Addiction and Mental Health
D
International and
Cross-Cultural Psychology/
Psychologie internationale et
interculturelle
CULTURAL RESEARCH IN THE CLINIC (DISCUSSION)
Ghayda Hassan, Université du Québec à Montréal
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 204A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
THE ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTIONS WITH EXTREMISTS/TERRORISTS
DAVID Nussbaum, University of Toronto
A
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
MORE EVIDENCE FOR THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE
ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT SCALE FOR RADICALIZATION (ATSR)
Wagdy Loza, Adunct Assistant Professor (Psychiatry), Queen’s University; Kingston
Penitentiary (Ret.); Stella Bhawanie, Fielding Univerity
B
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
THE DIFFICULTIES OF TREATING EXTREMISTS/TERRORISTS IN CANADA.
DOES THE CURRENT MODEL OF RISK/NEED RESPONSIVELY WORK WITH
TERRORIST OFFENDERS?
Wagdy Loza, Kingston Penitentiary (Ret.); Adarsh Kohli, Discussant, PGIMER University
C
Extremism and Terrorism/
Extrémisme et terrorisme
IN DEFENSE OF AN EMOTIONAL INTERACTIONIST THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
ON ‘RADICAL CAREERS’
Benjamin ducol, Université Laval, Québec
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Symposium/Symposium
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COGNITIVE ERROR RATING SYSTEM AND THE
COPING PATTERNS RATING SCALE: NEW MEASURES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
PROCESS AND OUTCOME RESEARCH
Sara Antunes-Alves, McGill University; Sara Antunes-Alves, McGill University
A
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE COGNITIVE ERROR RATING SYSTEM: DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION
Sara Antunes-Alves, McGill University; Deborah Schwartzman, McGill University; Debora
D’Iuso, McGill University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
B
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
THE COPING PATTERNS RATING SCALE: INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATION
Sara Antunes-Alves, McGill University; Deborah Schwartzman, McGill University; Debora
D’Iuso, McGill University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
C
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
PERCEPTIONS OF COGNITIVE ERRORS AMONG RESEARCHERS AND
PRACTITIONERS OF COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY
Evgenia Milman, McGill University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
D
Counselling Psychology/
Psychologie du counseling
COGNITIVE ERRORS AND COPING STRATEGIES AND THEIR RELATION TO
SYMPTOMS AND OUTCOME IN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR
DEPRESSION
Amanda Sheptycki, McGill University; Debora D’Iuso, McGill University; Katherine Thompson,
McGill University; Marilyn Fitzpatrick, McGill University; Martin Drapeau, McGill University
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 205B - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
WHY WAIT? AN INNOVATIVE SERVICE DELIVERY AND TRAINING MODEL FOR
SUPPORTING WAIT-LISTED ADULTS WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS AT THE
CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION - LONDON MIDDLESEX
Kyleigh E Schraeder, Western University; Felicia Otchet, Western University
A
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
THE WAIT-LIST CLINIC: UNDERPINNINGS OF THE SERVICE DELIVERY
MODEL AND THE THEORETICAL BENEFITS FOR THE AGENCY (CMHA-LM)
Nidaa Khalil, Western University; Kyleigh Schraeder, Western University; Felicia Otchet,
Western University
B
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
THE INTERDISCIPLINARY TRAINING MODEL AT THE WAIT-LIST CLINIC:
ADDRESSING A NEED FOR FRONT-LINE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH AND ENHANCING STUDENTS SKILL-SETS IN
GENERAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELLING
Suzanne L Seah, Western University; Kyleigh Schraeder, Western University; Felicia Otchet,
Western University
C
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM EVALUATION OF THE WAIT-LIST CLINIC:
PRELIMINARY FINDINGS ON CLIENT OUTCOMES, STUDENT FEEDBACK, AND
IMPACT ON THE AGENCY
Kyleigh Schraeder, Western University; Felicia Otchet, Western University
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Symposium/Symposium
Community Psychology/
Psychologie communautaire
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 207 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LA SANTÉ PSYCHOLOGIQUE AU TRAVAIL: ÉTUDE D’INDUCTEURS, DE
MODÉRATEURS ET D’EFFETS
André Savoie, Université de Montréal; Londei-Shortall Jessica, Université Concordia; André
Savoie, Université de Montréal
A
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LE CLIMAT DE TRAVAIL: L’EFFET DE SA VARIATION DANS LE TEMPS SUR
LA SANTÉ PSYCHOLOGIQUE
Jean-Simon Leclerc, Université de Montréal; Mathieu Forget, Université de Montréal; David
Emmanuel Hatier, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal
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Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
LA RÉSILIENCE : SON RÔLE MODÉRATEUR ENTRE LES DEMANDES
D’UNE PART ET LE BIEN-ÊTRE ET LA DÉTRESSE D’AUTRE PART
David Emmanuel Hatier, Université de Montréal; Jean-Simon Leclerc, Université de Montréal;
Mathieu Forget, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal
C
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
L’APPORT INCRÉMENTIEL DES HABILETÉS POLITIQUES AU COEUR DE LA
RELATION ENTRE LE BIEN-ÊTRE AU TRAVAIL ET L’ADAPTATION AU TRAVAIL
Mathieu Forget, Université de Montréal; David Emmanuel Hatier, Université de Montréal;
Jean-Simon Leclerc, Université de Montréal; André Savoie, Université de Montréal
D
Industrial and
Organizational Psychology/
Psychologie industrielle et
organisationnelle
QUEL BIEN-ÊTRE PRIVILÉGIER POUR FAVORISER LA PERFORMANCE CONTEXTUELLE ?
REGARD SUR LE BIEN-ÊTRE HÉDONIQUE ET EUDÉMONIQUE AU TRAVAIL
Chloé Parenteau, Université du Québec à Montréal; Londei-Shortall Jessica, Université de
Montréal; V. Dagenais-Desmarais, Université de Montréal
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:25 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 25 – 2103 - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Symposium/Symposium
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
FAMILY FUNCTIONING AND CHILD REARING PRACTICES IN DIVERSE CONTEXTS
Natasha Whitfield, York University
A
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PERCEIVED STRESS IN PREDICTING
MATERNAL ATTRIBUTIONS IN A SAMPLE OF ADOLESCENT MOTHERS
Bramilee Dhayanandhan, York University; Yvonne Bohr, York University
B
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
THE EFFECT OF PARENTING STRESS AND PARENTING COMPETENCE ON THE
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATERNAL DEPRESSION AND CHILD BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS
Deborah Kanter, York University; Yvonne Bohr, York University
C
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
PERCEPTIONS OF MATERNAL SENSITIVITY AND MULTIPLE CAREGIVERS IN
CHINESE-CANADIAN IMMIGRANT FAMILIES.
Jessica Chan, York University; Cynthia Shih, York University; Yvonne Bohr, York University
D
Clinical Psychology/
Psychologie clinique
RESILIENCE IN MOTHER-INFANT DYADS IN A HIGHLY VULNERABLE SAMPLE
Leah Litwin, York University; Yvonne Bohr, York University
2013-06-15 – 4:00 PM to 5:55 PM – 16 h 00 à 17 h 55 – 2104A - QUÉBEC CITY CONVENTION CENTRE
SATURDAY / SAMEDI
Committee Business Meeting/
Réunion d’affaires
146
CONVENTION COMMITTEE MEETING
David Dozois, University of Western Ontario; Wolfgang Linden, University of British Columbia
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Index of Subjects / Index des sujets
A
Abandon 95
Aboriginal 4, 61, 125
Aboriginal Offenders 78
Aboriginal people 114
Aboriginal students 52, 61
Aboriginal youth 61
Absorption 43
Abstract conceptual learning 30
Abuse 15, 55, 97
Abusive Supervision 8, 10
Academic Abilities 26
Academic Achievement 21, 27,
44
Academic competence 22, 27
Academic Enablers 93
Academic integrity 115
Academic misconduct 44
Academic motivation 28
Academic outcomes of children
with ADHD 27
Academic overconfidence 29
Academic performance 66
Academic self-concept 129
Academic success 62
Acadiens 119
Accent 37
Acceptance 98
Accessibility 72
Accessible housing 88
Accommodation 27
Acculturation 13, 37, 38, 39,
40, 59, 69, 77, 99, 144
Acculturative Stress 38
Accuracy 109
Accuracy Cues 79
Accuracy Judgments 79
Achievement 28
Achievement goal theory 29
Achievement motivation 43
Acquired brain injury 3, 67,
130
Acquired psychopathy 67
ACT 110
Action research 105, 113
Action theory 127
Activist behavior 117
Activists 109
Activités sexualisées en groupe
113
Actuarial assessment 15
Actuarial prediction 81
Adaptation 12, 36
Adaptation psychosociale 35
Adaptive 113
Adaptiveness 28
Addiction 19, 100, 133
Addictions 124
ADHD 22, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30,
45, 66, 78, 93, 101
ADHD knowledge 27
ADHD-related behaviours 110
Adherence 105
Adjudicated adolescent girls 82
Adjustment 14, 38, 96
Adolescence 3, 5, 21, 22, 23,
27, 59, 60, 70, 97, 101, 102,
131
Adolescent 91
Adolescent depression 24, 102
Adolescent girls 20, 95
Adolescent mothers 146
Adolescent Relationships 142
Adolescents 5, 18, 21, 22, 26,
29, 58, 66, 83, 95, 98, 102,
113, 131, 132, 134
Adolescents agresseurs sexuels
80
Adolescents and Young Adults
29
Adoption internationale 21, 36
Adoption of Technology 105
Adoptive Fatherhood 36
adult 97
adult attachment 120
adult outcomes 130
adult students 28
Adults 84, 132
Adults with severe mental illness 145
Adverse Impact 8
Advising 79
Advocacy 1, 76, 99
aethetics 43
Affect 21, 114, 118, 125
affective forecasting 86
Afghan Youth 74
Â
Âge à l’adoption 36
A
aggregation 11
Aggression 18, 24, 66, 96, 102,
120
aging 17, 62, 75, 108
Aging and cognition 55
aging and development 6
Aging at home 62
aging couples 110
Aging in place 88
Agreeableness 93, 122, 123
Agression psychologique 12
Agression sexuelle 13, 136
AIDS 58
AIRS Test Battery 52
Alcohol 38, 70, 118, 132, 133
alcohol abuse 100
Alcohol Misuse 132
Alcohol Use 67
alcohol-related problems 133
alexithymia 114, 133
alterity 16
Alternative Education 27
alternative instruction 30
altruism 85
Alzheimer’s disease 108
Ambigous loss 3
Ambivalence 118
ambivalent sexism 119
Analogue Studies 55
anger 66, 95, 96
anonymous sharing 24
Anorexia nervosa 4
anorexie 99
ANOVA 68
Antecedents 1
anti-Semitism 74
Antidepressants 14
antisocial 107
antisocial personality disorder
133
anxiété 92, 131
Anxiety 4, 23, 27, 42, 55, 95,
97, 98, 99, 101, 126, 131
Anxiety Disorder 55
Anxiety disorders 60, 101
Anxiety Sensitivity 18, 96, 99
APA Task Force on Statistical
Inference (TFSI) 68
Apology 11, 51
application 33
application process 125
applied psychology 74
applied research 32, 144
Apprentissage du langage 22
Arab Canadian students 52
Arithmetic 25
Arrowsmith program 27
art therapy 17
art-making 57
Artificial Neural Network 35
Asian 4, 39, 59
Asian Canadians 39
Asperger syndrome 28
Asperger’s Disorder 10
assessment 10, 15, 16, 22, 26,
33, 45, 51, 59, 79, 94, 105,
144
assessment strategy 100
assessment/terrorisim 144
Assisted reproductive technologies 135
Assistive Technology 62
associative loosening 63, 66
Assumptions 68
Asthma 105, 134, 136
asthma media portrayal 135
At-Risk 4
Athlètes féminines 43
attachement 85, 93, 95
Attachement adulte 115
Attachement amoureux 12
Attachment 21, 22, 24, 37, 43,
84, 87, 95, 96, 99, 113, 116,
117, 121, 136
Attachment Style 34, 41, 69,
78, 120
Attachment Theory 84, 97
Attention 47, 100
attention cuing 65
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder 12, 25
Attention Problems 65
attention-deficit/hyperactivity
disorder 43, 93, 102
Attentional bias 116
Attentional Biases 100
Attentional Blink 63
Attitude 75, 76, 81
attitudes 37, 56, 104, 114
Attraction 121, 123
attractiveness 135
attractiveness bias 9
Attribution 79
Attribution Theory 106
attributional styles 146
attributions 70
auditory 52
auditory sensory processing 65
authenticité 68
authenticity 100
autism 20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 36,
38, 64, 67, 116
Autism Spectrum Disorder 25,
28
Autism Spectrum Disorders 21,
29, 63
Autisme 24
Autistim Spectrum Disorders
47
Auto-évaluations 119
Autobiographical memory 63
automated language analysis 82
automaticity 135
Automutilation 37
autonomous motivation 43, 134
Autonomy 26, 29, 116
Autonomy support 35
Axial Age 46
B
Bayesian 109
BDSM 41
Bea Wickett 89
beck depression inventory-II
134
behavior 17
Behavioral Health 143
behaviorisme 14
behaviour 80, 81
behaviour change 105
behaviour genetics 114
behaviour problems 99
behaviour regulation 66
behavioural activation 102, 133
behavioural inhibition 133
behavioural linkage analysis 80
Belief in a Just World 84
Belief-Bias 64, 64
beliefs 75, 75, 84
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Bereavement 5, 44
Biais attentionnel 115
bias 89
biased decision-making 79
biases 124
Bicultural Identity 40
BID Model 113
Bidirectional Associative Memory 65
bien-être 10, 146
bien-être psychologique 119
big five 6
bilingualism 23, 24, 40
Bilinguisme 22
Binge Eating 122
Binge Eating Disorder 91
biography 57
Bipolar Disorder 101, 103, 111
Bipolar Disorders 102
Bisexuality 2
bitterness 44
Black Racial Identity 3
Blâme 12
blame 42, 121
blame attribution 44
blame atttibution 42
blended learning 76, 130
blood pressure 121
body image 20, 69, 92, 93, 114,
120, 129
body satisfaction 44
body violations 125
Borderline disorder of self 142
borderline personality 95
Borderline Personality Disorder
16, 66, 93, 96, 98, 99, 107
borderline traits 92, 131
boredom 86
brain 73
brain injury 66
Brand Priming 122
Break and Enter 99
breast cancer 109, 116
Breath awareness 4
brief service 95
broad autism phenotype 20
bubbles 66
bulimia 4
Bulimia Nervosa 97
Bullying 21, 28, 30, 60, 83,
118, 143
burden 62
Burn Injury 112
burn survivors 136
Burnout 5, 6, 90
C
Call centres 56
callous-unemotional 95
Camera’s 43
Camp 51
Canada 41, 112
Canadian 1
Canadian Code 111
Canadian Forces members 11
Canadian integration 52
148
Canadian politics 89
canadian psychological association 57
cancer 32, 105, 115, 131, 134
cancer survivorship 96
Capacité visuo-spatiales 24
Capacity-building 108
caractéristiques de l’emploi 10
cardiac 61
Cardiovascular disease 105,
129
Care 31
Care and services 62
Career 4
career aspirations 79
Career Compromise 73
career decisions 4
career development 20
Career Psychology 58, 73
Career Psychology Theories 73
Career Wellness 73
caregiver 62
Caregiving 35, 131, 146
caregiving roles 133
carers 17
Catastrophizing 135, 136
Catechol-O-methyl Transferase
12
Categorization 24, 65, 124
category-specificity 124
CBT 19, 97, 101, 111
CER 11
challenges 40
change 18
change measurement 83
Cheating 123
chemofog 63
Chest pain 131
Child abuse 83
Child Aggression 24
child and adolescent 102
child behaviour problems 146
child development 27
child emotional and behavioral
problems 27
Child Maltreatment 37, 57, 125
child mental health 95
child study 46
Childbirth 70
Childhood 15
Childhood Abuse 97
Childhood Development 47
Childhood Emotional Maltreatment 96
Childhood sexual assault 123
Childhood Trauma 99, 132,
138
childood experiences 130
Children 1, 4, 23, 24, 28, 29,
51, 52, 67, 72, 89, 95, 101,
102, 110, 122, 143
children with ADHD 27
children’s mental health 1
Chinese 39, 77
Chinese Culture 38
chronic disease 105
Chronic diseases 129
Chronic Illness 14
chronic inflammatory disease
110
chronic pain 92, 97, 98, 136
Chronic Stress 91
chronotype 27
citizen types 114
civic skills 114
civil 81, 119
civil-military collaboration 11
class bias 120
classification 15
Classroom 72
client 4
client engagement 110
Client Experience 4
climat 145
Climat de travail 7
Climate Change 5, 33, 88
clinical 79
Clinical Interview 51
Clinical Intuition 45
Clinical override 81
clinical populations 103
Clinical Practice 45
Clinical Psychology Graduate
Training 136
Clinical Sample 97
clinical supervision 97, 100,
102
Clinical Training 35, 100, 130
close relationships 20, 24
clustering 15
co-rumination 21
coactivation 64
cochlear implants 135
cognition 13, 18, 24, 33, 47,
63, 64, 66, 67, 121, 130, 133
cognition change 83
cognitive 67, 126
cognitive abilities 26
Cognitive Ability 8
Cognitive aging 55, 65
cognitive avoidance 96
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
117
cognitive behaviour therapy 94
Cognitive behavioural therapy
54, 91, 94, 97, 99, 126, 145
cognitive control 120
cognitive development 30
cognitive dissonance 119
cognitive distortions 100
Cognitive elaboration 75
Cognitive Emotion Regulation
101
Cognitive Error Rating System
145
Cognitive Errors 145
Cognitive Functioning 67, 109,
136
cognitive heuristic 42
Cognitive Impairment 65, 95
Cognitive Inhibition 40, 118
Cognitive Organization 101
Cognitive Rehabilitation 75
Cognitive Style 95
Cognitive training 55
Cognitive vulnerabilities 62
cognitive-behavioural model
106
cognitive-behavioural therapy
95, 96, 97
collaboration 7, 124
collective action 69
collective identity 115
College And University Students
With Disabilities 116
college students 134
common factors 4, 70, 71
Common Features 135
commons dilemma 75, 88
Communal Motivation 103
Communal orientation 119
Communication 5, 12, 36, 38,
39, 81, 99
Communication Technology
113
Community 2, 96, 113
Community Consulatation 61
community corrections 82
Community mental health 145
community outreach 2, 76
community research 4
Community transition 33
community-based research 57
Comparative Psychoanalysis
71
Comparative Psychodynamic
Theory 71
Comparative Psychology 42
compassion 56
Compassion Fatigue 6, 133
compétence en emploi 6
competencies 130
competency 97, 102
Competency Assessment 45
Complex Trauma 94, 107
Comportement de citoyenneté
organisationnel 7
comportements au travail 7
Comportements d’implication
119
composites 128
Compulsive Checking 101
computer simulation 130
computer-based 67
Concealed Knowledge 79
concurrent sound 63
concussion 104
confidence 43, 124
confidentiality 72
confirmatory factor analysis
111
conflict 9, 120, 122
conflict management 9, 120
Conformity 26
Congestive Heart Failure 91
Congruence 5, 44
conjoint therapy 54
Connection to Nature 75
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consciousness 46
Consensus building 126
Conservation Psychology 5
consideration of future consequences 120
Consommation de substances
psychoactives 41
Construal 114
Construal Level Theory 118
Construal Level Theory of Psychological Distance 51
Construct Validation 87
Construct Validity 16, 103
constructivist 20
Consulation 142
Consultation 134
Consumer Behaviours 77
contact with nature 75
Contagion émotionnelle 6
Content analysis 2, 117, 120
Context Cues 63
Contexte défavorisé 70
Contexts 118
Contextual Theory 58
contingent work 56
contingent workers 56
continuing education 25
continuity of care 1
contractors 56
control 7, 26, 28, 116
Converge Theories 58
Convergent Validity 16
Coping 8, 42, 98, 134, 138
Coping Strategies 145
Core correctional practice 80
Coronary artery disease 105
Corporate Globalization 2
correctional services 105
correlation 15
Cortisol 97
Counseling 4
Counselling 1, 3, 4, 5, 68, 74,
79, 145
counselling psychology 76, 105
counselling skills 43
counselling theory 105
counterproductivity 6
couple 98, 115, 135
couple recomposé 35
couple relationships 116
Couple Satisfaction 36
Couple Therapy 107
Couples 3, 116
Couples de même sexe 12
coureurs 45
CPA Sections 57
Craving 18
Creativity 26, 121
crédibilité de la source 128
Crime 97
criminal attitudes 82
criminal history 82
Criminal profiling 81
Criminal Risk Assessment 78
criminal thinking 82
crisis intervention 4
critical analysis 59
Critical Hermeneutics 106
critical learning environments
130
critical review 141
cross cultural 73
Cross Cultural Differences 92
Cross-cultural 38, 39, 81, 95,
112, 146
cross-cultural comparison 68
Cross-cultural Psychology 37,
123
cross-cultural research 119
cross-cultural transition 39, 99
cross-frequency coupling 63
cross-group friendship 115
Cultural identity 77, 102
cultural identity and well-being
62
Cultural Transition 52
Cultural Transitioning 2
cultural values 37
Culturally & Linguistically Diverse 127
Culturally Diverse Clients 58
Culture 22, 34, 38, 39, 40, 54,
59, 61, 73, 77, 101, 106, 112,
118, 128, 144
Culture organisationnelle 124
curiosity 44
curriculum 43
curriculum infusion 44
cyberbullying 24
Cybersex 103
D
Daily Diary 57
daily drinking 133
daily mood 133
Danses érotisées 113
Dark Triad 79, 84, 114, 122
Dark Triad of personality 86
dark triad traits 115
data analysis 15, 127
Dating Aggression 113
dating violence 70
David Hartley 19
DBT therapy 131
Deadly Sins 86
deafness 135
deal-breakers 84
deception detection 82
décision éthique 78
decision making 64, 80
decision-making 7, 54, 55,
64,124
Decision-Making Power 36
decision-making styles 7
defendant culture 82
defensive self-esteem 44
Defensiveness 5
Dehumanization 80
delayed gratification 28
Délinquance 54, 83
Delinquency 83
demande de soins 108
demandes 146
Démence 67
dementia 13, 17, 62, 75, 108
déontologie 78
Dependency 123
dépliant 132
depression 11, 22, 23, 36, 40,
66, 92
dépression 92
Depression 93, 94, 95, 96, 97,
98, 99, 100, 101,102, 104,
105, 121, 129, 131,134, 136,
145
depression motives 133
depressive symptomatology 3
Depressive Symptoms 38, 39,
62, 77
deservingness 117
désir de jouer 132
Desire 69, 126
Détresse psychologique 37, 70,
114
development 22, 47, 56, 110,
122
Developmental 21
Developmental Differences 60
developmental disabilities 23
developmental disability 24
developmental psychology 24
Developmental psychopathology
123
Développement cognitif 21
Développement moteur 21
deviant sexual fantasies 79
Diabetes 67, 134
diagnosis 45, 51, 108, 132
diagnostic evaluation 102
Diaspora 74
Dieting 92, 93
Difference 16
Difficultés d’apprentissage 21
digital library 52, 53
dimensional approach 116
dimensional obsessive compulsive symptoms 119
dimensionality 10, 11
Direct Instruction 27
directeurs d’écoles 6
Disabilities 85
disability 27, 57, 112, 136
Disability Disclosure 27
Disclosure 70, 93, 129
discourse analysis 42, 69, 135
discovery 64
Discrepancy-Creation 107
discrimination 37, 52, 85, 118,
123, 128
Discrimination & Prejudice 41
Discrimination phonétique 22
discrimination sexiste 119
discursive psychology 107
Disidentification 18
Disorder 55
Disordered eating 71, 101, 133
display rules 8
Dissemination 83
Dissemination of research 77
dissociation 22
dissonance 117
distortion 89
distraction 25, 96, 102
distractor devaluation 65
Distress 8
Diverse Relationships 41
Diversion 83
diversity 26, 46, 72, 103
Division 36 and IAPR 58
Divisions, rapprochements et alliances 127
divorce 143
divorce & family transitions 37
divorce and separation 91
Doctored photographs 64
Domestic violence 70, 78, 82,
98
Domestic Violence Offenders
78
Dominant 41
Dopamine 54
dorsal stream 60
dot probe 100
Down Syndrome 47
downgrading expectations 29
Dr. William Blatz 46
drag 40
Dream Analysis 71
dream meaningfulness 68
dreams 64
drinking motives 118
Driver performance 11
driving 85
DRM Paradigm 63
Drop out 26
Dual task 11
Dual-Concern Models 9
dyadic 134
dyadic adjustment 116
Dyads 122
dynamic risk 18
dynamic risk factors 18
E
early childhood educators 23
early education 22
Early Intervention 21
East Asian students 52
East Asians 106
eating disorders 94, 100
échelle de mesure 68
Eclecticism 102
Ecological Validity 67
Education 28, 29, 61, 115
Éducation postsecondaire 86
Educational Psychology 106
Educators 51, 108
EEG Frequency Bands 55
Effect sizes 68, 79
Effectiveness 18
Efficacy 92
EFT 3
ego depletion 120
Elderly 62
electrodermal response 68
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Electronic Extradyadic Intimacy
123
Electrophysiology 60
embodied cognition 64, 121
embodiment 125, 126
Emergency Medical Services
93
Emergency Personnel 8
Emergency Preparedness 2
emergent literacy 22
Emerging Adulthood 5, 21, 24,
40, 100, 125
Emerging Adults 24, 123
Emotion 63, 65, 86, 116
Emotion Dysregulation 81, 93,
96, 99
Emotion Recognition 24, 39,
65, 84, 95
Emotion regulation 22, 29, 39,
95
emotion sensitivity 92
emotion socialization 36
Emotion-Focused Therapy for
Trauma 94
Emotional 144
Emotional Adjustment 136
emotional awareness 120
emotional distress tolerance 96
Emotional Intelligence 28, 29,
59, 60, 108
Emotional Intimacy 116
Emotional Investment 108
emotional labour 7, 8
Emotional memory 12
emotional regulation 127
emotional support 121
emotional valence 116
Emotions 22, 29, 46
émotions 116, 123
Émotions au travail 6
Empathy 6, 32, 57, 67, 90, 96,
98, 102, 103, 105, 106, 117
Employee deviance 10
Employee functioning 11
Employee selection 7 8
employees 9
employment 2, 10, 61, 85
employment equity 8, 10
employment interviews 10
Energy solutions 33
enfant prépubère 99
Enfants 66, 136
enfants d’âge scolaire 25
Engagement 30
enhancement motives 133
Enhancing Independence 62
entitlement 117
Entity and Incremental 10
Entrepreneurial intentions 9
Environment 5, 75, 109, 116
environmental activism 109
environmental justice 109
environmental messages 6
environmental psychology 88
environmental reliability 28
epidemiology 130
150
épistemologie 14
Epistemology 16
épuisement professionnel 104,
Equity Sensitivity 11
Escalation 80
Essentialism 115, 122
estrogen 110
état cérébral 103
état mental 103
Étayage 43
ethical guidelines 111
ethics 4, 16, 76, 111, 143
Éthique 57, 78
Ethnic Identity 106
Ethnic-Match 106
Ethnicity 34
ethnocultural 59
Études Supérieures 74
Étudiants 74
Evaluation 44, 82
évaluation 128
Évaluation du potentiel 7, 128
evidence 14, 81
evidence based management
112
Evidence Based Practice 45
evidence-based 4
Evidence-based treatment 72
Évolution 22
evolution 85
examen anogénital 136
Excessive Reassurance Seeking
96, 101
Executive Function 21, 22, 27,
29, 67, 102
Executive Functioning 25, 110
Executive Functions 25, 78, 98,
110
exercise 43, 96
exercise participation 97
expectations 40, 40
Experience 65
Experiencing 98
Experiential purchases 92
explicit training 92
Exploratory Research 45
exposure therapy 102
expressions faciales 116, 123
Externalizing Behaviour 142
extracurricular 122
extraversion 43
extremism 89
Extremism and Terrorism 88
extremists/terrorists 144
Eye tracking 95
Eye-Blink Frequency 55
Eye-gaze Tracking 100
eyewitness 83
eyewitness identifications 118
Eyewitness Testimony 79
F
Face Database 46
face perception 86, 114
Face recognition 65
face-saving 38
Facebook 98, 117, 120
Facial Affect 34
facial attractiveness 120
Facial Emotion 55
facial emotion recognition 66
facial expressions 114
facial recognition 79
facteurs de risque 104
facteurs de risque individuels
131
factor analysis 111
Factor Congruence 115
Factor Structure 101
factorial ANOVA 15
fairness 83
Faking 118, 121
false confessions 79, 80
False Memories 63
False memory 64, 84
Familial aggregation 97
Familial Risk 16
Familiarity 20
Families 127
families and children 35
Famille d’accueil 35, 37
famille recomposée 35
Family 35, 36, 59, 127
family conflict 143
Family Health Teams 136
family physicians 90
Family Practice 144
Family support 7
Family Trauma 91
family wellbeing 102
FASD 67
fat stereotype 69
fat stigma 135
father-infant interactions 36
Fathers 36, 37, 59
fear memory 11
fear of childbirth 96
federally sentenced offenders
142
feedback 45, 99
feedback/reinforcement 26
Female Condom 41
Female Genital Pain 135
Female Sexual Fluidity 42
Females 114
feminism 87
feminist pedagogy 44
feminist pedagogy technique
44
feminist post-structuralism 107
Feminist Theory 41
Femmes 69, 119
Fetishes 80
First Impressions 80
First Nation 61
First Nations 113
First Nations health 61
First Nations students 62
First Nations wellbeing 61
first time mothers 22
First-Person, Third-Person,
Group-Negotiated 38
Fisher, Neyman-Pearson contorversy 68
Five Factor model of personality
117
Five-Factor Model 123
Flashbulb memory 63
Flow 104
Fluid reasoning 66
fNIRS 121
fonctionnement psychologique
95
fonctionnement scolaire 25
fonctionnement sexuel 139
forensic 79
Forensic assessment 123
forensic females 80
forensic interview training 81
forensic psychology 80
forensic services 111
forgiveness 3, 51, 64, 85, 120,
123
Formation 6
Foster Youth 4, 24
français 59
Francophone 127
Francophones 74
French 59
French population 131
French-language translation 7
Friends 114
Friendship 38, 84, 92, 93
Friendships 93
FrSBe 66
function learning 124
functional near-infrared spectroscopy 64
Funding 53, 130
G
gambling 22, 25, 125, 133
Gambling Motives 125
gambling problems 134
Games 116
gaming 133
Gang Prevention 2
Gangs 54, 82
Gangs de rue 54
gastrointestinal cancer 103
gay and bisexual men 135
gay men 40
gender 11, 14, 37, 69, 80, 116,
121, 143
gender awareness 44
Gender bias 82
Gender differences 11, 121,
123, 124
gender differences in forensic
setting 80
gender discrimination 69
gender diversity 8
Gender Identity 41, 115
gender responsiveness 73
Gender Studies 44
gender-responsive
needs/strengths 73
gendered pathways to crime 74
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general self-efficacy 113
general strain theory 82
generalized anxiety disorder
21, 94, 95, 97, 100, 126
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
(GAD) 96
Generalized structured component analysis 68
Genèse instrumentale 43
genetic and environmental contributions to individual differences 117
génogramme libre 127
Genre 84, 114
Gifted 29
Global 112
Global political economy 2
globalizing world 111
Goal Framing Theory 5
Goal Performance 83
Goal Setting 83
Goal-pursuit 118
Goal-Setting 107
Goals 42, 122, 123
government style 75
graduate school 125
Graduate training 77
Graduates 85
Graduation 116
grandmothers 58
grapheme knowledge 21
grief 99
Grief and Loss 3
Grounded theory method 70
group 11
group equivalence 15
Group Intervention 82, 92
Group negotiated construction of
cultural values 39
group norms 31
Group processes and outcomes
11
Group therapy 4, 98, 101
Group Treatment 51
Group Work 26, 32
groupes linguistiques 135
Grudge 119
GSR 55
Guilt 119
H
habituation 124
Haemophilia 134
happiness 30
harassment 80
harvesting behavior 75
hastened death 17
health 14, 17, 19, 23, 30, 31,
53, 56, 98, 116, 121, 122
health anxiety 106, 135
health behaviour change 105
health care 129, 134
Health Care Organizations 77
health cognitions 106
Health Outcomes 105, 111
health promotion 125
healthcare 31
healthy sample 100
Heart failure 122
heart-rate reactivity 99
heavy episodic drinking 97
help-seeking 5, 72, 93
Helping 22, 85
hermeneutics 112
heroism 122
heterosexuality 109
HEXACO PI 2
High School Completion 3
high school transition 3
High school youth 94
high-risk offenders 57
Higher Education 26
Highly sensitive people 78
Hijab 39
hiring process 9
historiography 57
history 57, 112
history of psychology 19, 72,
76
HIV 41
HIV prevention 135
Holistic health 13
Holocaust 74
Homelessness 124
Homicide 34, 79
hommes victimes d’ASE 139
homonegativity 40
Honor 70
hope 4
Hope-focused 136
hopelessness 133
Hopitals and health care centers
129
Hormones 18
Hospital 134
hostile-helpless states of mind
35
Hostility 120
hot flashes 109
housing design 88
Human memory 64
Human Nature 115
human rights 111
humor 99
humor styles 117
hypermasculinity 40
hypertension 121
Hypertensive Pregnancy Disorders 117
Hypomanic Personality 100
I
I/O psychology 57
Identification 26
identified and introjected religious beliefs 68
Identité sociale 44
Identité sociale étudiante 119
identity 4, 125, 128, 144
Identity Development 52
Identity Recognition 24
ideology 89
immigrant 85
Immigrant Professionals 73
immigrant psychology 123
Immigrant Skilled Workers 73
Immigrant Youth 3
Immigrants 2, 37, 40, 41, 59,
73, 118
immigrants et réfugiés 108
immigration 2, 8, 13, 35, 39,
52, 59, 74, 120
implementation 142, 145
Implementation Intentions 82
Implicit & Explicit Attitudes
76
Implicit Association Task 79
implicit attitudes 82, 88
Implicit Emotions 55
Implicit theories 56
implicit training 92
Importance in practice 71
Impostor Fears 118
impression management 10,
124
Impulsiveness 121
impulsivity 54, 118
incarcerated 144
incivility 10
Indecisiveness 77
independence and interdependence 36
Indigenous 13, 61
individual differences 33
Individualism-Collectivism 36
indiviudals with an impairment
57
industrial-organizational psychology 32
inequality 69
infancy 22, 23, 24
Infant 20
infant optimal emotional availability 146
infant outcomes 36
Infants 22, 52
Inférence 123
Infertilité 12, 107
Infertility 36, 135
infirmières 145
Informant 16
Information processing 51
Inhibition 102
inhibitory control 110
Initiator style 113
Insecure Attachment 116
Insight 115
insomnia 23, 134
Inspiration 118
Instructional Technology 104
instrument de mesure 86
Instrumental Activities of Daily
Living 67
insulin resistance 134
insurance 102
integrated motivation 34
integration 144
Integrative Practice 60
intellectual disabilities 30
intellectual disability 129
Intelligence 21, 42, 67
intentionality 94
Intentions de demeurer au sein
d’une organisation 124
inter-generational trauma 74
Inter-provincial immigration
122
Interaction 78
Interaction effects 68
Interactional Synchrony 24
Interactionist 144
interactions mère d’accueil-enfant 35
intercultural service encounter
7
interdisciplinary 53, 92
Interfaith romantic relationships
77
Intergroup behaviours 76
intergroup contact 39
Intergroup cooperation 123
Intergroup empathy 128
intergroup relations 115
internalizing and externalizing
118
internalizing symptoms 99
international 20, 109
international development studies 57
international ethics 111
international students 1, 5, 38,
39, 40, 99
International survey 130
Internet 100
Internet Addiction 133
Internet use 26
Internet-based 109
Internet-based Motivational Interventions 44
Internship 35, 78
Interoceptive Exposure 18
interpersonal 92
interpersonal assessment 122
Interpersonal behaviour 85
Interpersonal functioning 119
interpersonal harm 121
Interpersonal Perception 79
Interpersonal perceptions 77
Interpersonal processes 77
Interpersonal Relations 22, 77,
121
Interpersonal Relationships 76,
118
Interpersonal Violence 98, 137
interpersonnelle 130
interrogations 79
Intervention 23, 78, 96, 112,
114, 144
intervention programs 26
interventions 17
Intimacy 1, 18
Intimate Partner Violence 37,
57, 69, 81, 96, 117
intolerance of uncertainty 96
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Intra-sexual Competition 84
Intranasal Oxytocin 12
intrinsic and extrinsic life goals
68
intrinsically motivated learning
44
Introductory psychology 44
introversion 78
intuition 122
Inuit 62
Inuit youth 61
Investigations 79
Iowa GamblingTask (IGT) 54
Iranian Students in Canada 85
Iranian Students in Iran 85
Iranian Women 74
Irrationality 114
IT 105
IT Adoption 104
item analysis 81
J
Jealousy 21, 85, 120
jeu responsable 132
Jeunes adultes 12, 113
jeunes en difficulté 127
Jewish Women 74
job attitudes 9
Job Characteristics model 104
Job control & autonomy 6
job demands 10
Job insecurity 9
job performance 7
job satisfaction 7, 11
Job-Search 8
Judgements 80
Jung 112
Juror decision-making 82
justice 83
K
ketamine 11
Kindness 93
knowledge 104
knowledge translation 87
L
language 38, 108
language acquisition 23
language development 22
Laser Doppler Imaging (LDI)
68
late-stage life development 58
latent analysis 15
latent class models 68
latent classes 68
Latent Structure 81
Lay theory beliefs 78
leader behaviour 9
leadership 6, 11, 39, 84, 112,
114
leadership effectiveness 9
leadership emergence 9
leadership laissez-faire 8
Leadership transformationnel
10
learning 3, 25, 124
152
Learning Disabilities 25, 27,
30, 51
Learning Disability 26, 27, 28,
51
Learning Disorder 29
learning distribution 81
learning orientation 27
Leavers 85
Legislation 76
LGBQ 42
LGBT 41, 118
LGBTQ 41
licensing 32
Licensure 17, 32, 33
Lie Scales 118
life satisfaction 113, 118
Lifespan 132
Lifespan Development 138
lineups 83
linkage analysis 80
litigation 81, 119
loisirs organisés 25
Loneliness 117
long distance relationships 103
longitudinal 7, 23, 101, 118
longitudinal health outcomes
110
longitudinal study 38
LS/CMI 82
Lying 23
l’agriculture 70
M
Machiavellianism 104, 114
Major Depression 92, 97
Maladaptive 113
maladie cardiaque 98
maladies chroniques 135
Male 114
male and female justice-involved youth 73 , 73 , 73 ,
73 , 74
Male Offenders 82
male sexuality 85
Males 3
maltreatment , 35 , 97
marathon runners 34
marijuana 100
marins-enseignants 30
marital satisfaction 110
marriages 39
Mary J. Wright 57
masculinity 41 , 143
Masterson 107
Matching 21
mate preference 85
Mate Value 41 , 120
material purchases 92
Materialism 123 , 123
Maternal Abuse 96
Maternal Depression 24 , 146
maternal sensitivity 146
math 26
Mathematics 24
Mating Styles 84
Mattering 35
maximization 80
MBSR 5
meaning 99
Meaning and Purpose 132
meaning measure 99
measurement 1, 2, 3, 11, 26,
65, 84, 88, 95, 103, 104, 109
Measurement equivalence 129
measurement invariance 23
Measures 82, 103, 116, 142
Mechanisms 18
mechanisms of change 94
Media 21, 59, 69, 70, 77, 89,
116
Media effects 81
medical residents 58
medical training 58
Medicalization 70
Mémoire de travail 21
Memory 64, 65, 79, 83, 84,
108, 120, 134
Memory Beliefs 101
Memory Development 35
memory self-efficacy 122
men 61
men’s issues 1
Menopause 19
mental 14, 31
Mental Health 2, 5, 28, 46, 51,
72, 91, 93, 99, 106, 108, 112,
125, 134, 144
Mental Health Awareness 94
mental health care 57
mental health literacy 2, 76
Mental Health Professionals
132
Mental health Services 39
Mental Heath Treatment 51
Mental Imagery 116
Mental representations 65, 86
mental rotation 64
Mental Time Travel 56, 57
Mentalization 125
Mentalizing 107
mentally disordered offender
81
Mentor 26
Mentoring 4, 28, 69
mentors 26
Mères monoparentales 70
Mésadaptation 7
message framing 6
meta-analysis 9, 65, 67, 68, 88,
94, 104, 117
meta-analysis reporting practices
68
Meta-Theory of Career 73
metacognition 26, 133
Metamemory 65
metapersonal self-construal
113
methadone treatment efficacy
142
méthode de coping 119
methylphenidate response 66
middle-level managers 9
Migraine 97
migration 38
Migration attitudes 122
Mild Cognitive Impairment 62,
108
mild head injury 66, 67
mind 73
Mindfulness 4, 5, 18, 51, 88,
95, 96, 98, 99, 126, 134
Mindfulness and Acceptance
126
Mindfulness-based stress reduction 5
Mindfulness-based therapy 95
minimization 80
MINORITY STATUS 111
misinformation 89
Mismatch Negativity 65
missing persons 82
Mixed methods 3, 126
MMORPG 133
MMPI-2-RF 103
Mobility 17
model selection 68
model testing 68
modeling 135
Models 26
models of care 17
Moderated Mediations 87
Moderation 78
moderation analysis 35
Modernization 77
money priming 116
monocular depth cues 63
mood 97, 100
Mood Disorders 97, 103
Mood Induction 11, 55, 100
Mood States 11
Moral Cognition 66
Moral judgment 121
moral motivation 122
Moral Responsibility 121
Mortality Salience 116
mother-child interactions 99
mother-daughter relationships
20
Mothers 36, 37
motif 36
motivation 10, 28, 29, 42, 44,
56, 56, 61, 66, 83, 85, 94,
107, 114, 115, 116
motivation intégrée 45
Motivation pour la cause 119
motivational interviewing 105
Motivational strategies 29
Motive Imagery 84
Motives 125
Motives for migration 122
Mountaineers 84, 134
Mozart 64
MSM 41
multi-generational 146
multi-rater feedback 6
multicultural 35, 73
Multicultural Counselling 4,
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Multicultural Counselling Competencies 3
Multicultural Interventions 105
Multiculturalism 59, 111
Multidimensional scaling 81
Multidisciplinary approach 91
multilevel 15
multilevel modeling 68
Multilievel 2
Multiple Regression 43
Multiple Sclerosis 136
Multisensory 21
Multisensory Integration 63
multisource feedback 72
Multisource perception 35
Muslim students 52
Muslim women 39
N
Naive Dialecticism 77
Narcissism 9, 104, 119, 120,
125
narcissism, Machiavellianism,
sub-clinical psychopathy 86
Narcissistic disorder of self 14
Narrative 36, 109, 112
Narrative Identity Development
24
narrative inquiry 30
narrative research 5
Narrative-Emotion Integration
94
National Pride 85
National Security 88
naturalisation 14
nature 86
Nature exposure 5
Need satisfaction and frustration
11
need to belong 31
needle fear 135
needs assessment 5, 132
Negative affect 9, 121
Negative Events 96
negative feedback 122
Neighbourhood 2
Networking 58
Neural Networks 65
neurobiological model 54
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
106
Neurofeedback 95
neuroimaging 63
neuroplasticity 27
Neuropsychology 65, 66, 101,
108
neurorehabilitation 67
névrotisme 21
new directions 143
newcomer children 23
Newcomer Youth 52
Non-sexual Friendships 41
non-standard workers 56
Non-Suicidal Self Injury 81
Nonsuicidal Self-Injury 93
Nonverbal behaviour 86
nonverbal communication 44
Normative messages 75
Normes sociales 44
November 1st 111
null hypothesis statistical testing
(NHST) 68
numeracy 109
nurses 133
O
obesity 95, 135
object relations 14, 20, 142
objective evaluation 89
observer-rated measure 110
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
126
OCB motives 1
Offender outcome 80
offender treatment 83
Offenders 81, 82
older adults 67
older women 125, 126
on-line 100
oncology 92, 141
online 5, 85, 133
Online education 26
Online Learning 76
Online Support Groups 131
Online video games 123
opioids 92
optimism 97
organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs) 1
organizational commitment 10
organizational culture 11
Organizational Image 2
organizational justice 6, 107
organizational training 11
Orientation sexuelle 41
orphans 58
OSA 132, 134
oscillations 60
Ostracism 121
Other 106
other-sex friendships 24
Out-of-home care 27
outcome 142, 143
outcome expectancies 134
over-claiming technique 119
overcontrol 99
Overeating 136
overload 7
ovulation 110
P
Pain 18, 62, 120, 136
pain communication 135
Pain Perception 93, 97
palliative care 92
Panic attacks 131
panic disorder 96, 134
Parent 36
Parent-Adolescent 127
Parent-Adolescent relationships
5
parent-child 36
Parent-child relations 24
parent-child relationship 44
Parent-Professional Partnership
38
parental attitudes 130
Parental communication 61
Parental Confidence 21
Parental Dysfunction 103
parental mood 134
parental self-efficacy 102
Parentification 103
parenting 25, 28, 36, 59, 93,
94, 96
Parenting Alliance 35, 36
parenting behaviours 23
Parenting Capacity Assessments
81
Parenting Intervention 97
Parenting practices 30, 146
Parenting Programs 36, 102,
130
Parenting stress 30, 93, 146
Parenting style 36
parenting-style 23
Parents 5, 21, 26, 43, 59
Parents and Children 20, 135
part-time work 56
part-time workers 56
Participatory Action Research
3
partner defense 119
Partner preferences 77
partners 59
partnerships 59, 124
passion 117, 121
paternal depression 36
pathological gambling 133
Pathological Skin Picking 92
Pathology 51
Patient Health Questionnaire-9
130
Pedagogy 72
Pediatric 93
pediatric cancer 134
peer functioning 95
Peer influence 61
Peer relationship 1
peer victimization 23
Penile Plethysmography 83
Pentecostal-Charismatic faith
76
perceived causual relations 103
Perceived Control 118
Perceived Discrimination 40
Perceived Ethnic Density Effect
2
Perceived group discrimination
128
Perceived inequality 11
perceived organizational support
11
Perceived Stress 62, 96
Perception 47, 60, 64, 140
perceptions 44
Perceptions of research 44
Perceptual concept mapping
126
perceptual learning 26
Perfectionism 83, 86, 101, 113,
117, 118, 120, 122
perfectionistic self-presentation
86, 118
Perfectionnisme 114
Performance 8, 43, 65, 146
Perinatal 97
Perinatal Care 60
perpetration 82
Perseveration 122
person perception 86
Personality 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15,
16, 27, 33, 38, 42, 45, 84, 94,
97, 100, 103, 115,
120, 121, 132, 133, 135
Personality Assessment Inventory 81
Personality characteristics 26
personality disorder 14, 20,
117, 142
Personality Disorders 16, 65,
101
personality profile 122
Personality Testing 118, 121
Personality type 128
personhood 62
Personnalité 9, 54, 68, 85, 113,
115, 128
personnel selection 9, 57
pet-ownership 115
phallometry 83
Phenomenology 39, 69, 103
phenotype 64
Philosophical Orientation 87
philosophie 14
philosophy 19
philosophy of psychology 19,
76
phobie sociale 130
Photovoice 70
Physial Activity 43
physical activity 26, 29, 43,
102, 125
Physical Inactivity 71
Physical punishment 130
physically abused female partners 70
Physicians 143
physiological arousal 66
Place & Mental Health 2
planning 113
Plato 72
Police 2, 72, 80
Police caution 79
police decision-making 0
Police Shooting Decisions 82
police training 80
policies 143
Policy 28
politeness 38
political ideology 119
political skill 10
Politique 119
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Polysomnography 101
Pornographie 96
pornography use 124
Portrait Value Questionnaire 39
Portrait Values Questionnaire
38
Positive affect 9, 121
positive and negative affect 68
positive coping 4
positive life events 97
positive psychology 1, 2, 86,
99
Positive stereotyping 128
Post Stroke Depression 62
post-coital behaviours 117
Post-Event Processing 93
post-secondary education 29,
60
post-traumatic stress 73
postpartum 96
postpartum fatigue 22
postsecondary 27
Posttraumatic Growth 37, 137,
141
posttraumatic growth and resilience 82
Posttraumatic Stress 137
Posttraumatic stress disorder 54
poverty 146
power 15, 119
practice 4, 102
Practice effect 63
practice opportunities 143
Practicum Training 143
Practitioners 145
pragmatic language 110
pragmatics 99
Pratique délibérée 43, 43
pre-doctoral internship 74
pre-service teacher education
27
Pre-service Teachers 21, 28
precarious work 56
predicting MMT outcome 142
predictive validity 81
prefrontal cortex 64
Pregnancy 69
prejudice 38, 76, 114, 116, 118,
120, 123, 128
premier épisode psychotique 93
preparation 78
Prescription drugs 98
presenting issues 1
preservice teachers 30
Pressures for thinness 69
preuve 14
prevalence 130
Prevention 5, 94
prévention 104
prevention 143
Pride 1
Primary care 101, 113
Primary Health Care 143, 144
primary school children 21
primiparous 22
154
Principal Component Analysis
96
Privacy 10
privation relative 119
pro-environmental behaviour
88
proactive behavioral strategies
27
Probability 133
probability discounting 133
Probation 82, 91
Probation officer training 80
Probing 68
Problem Behaviours 25
problem definition 70
problem ecology 130
problem solving 130
Problème intériorisés et extériorisés 35
problèmes de comportement 37
problèmes de comportement
chez l’enfant 36
PROCESS 143
process of change 99
Procrastination 121
productivity 19
professional competence 72
professional development 97,
108
professional ethics 111
professional identity 105
professional override 82
Professional Practice Leaders
77
Professional Psychology 134
professional psychology programs 44
profile analysis 121
profils identitaires collectifs
119
Program Development 143
program evaluation 4, 30, 109,
124, 145
PROMIS® 66
PROMIS®-57 98
Promotion Orientation 122
Propranolol 12
prosocial behaviour 24
prosody 34
Prospective Memory 64
Protection 54
protective behavioural strategies
94
protective factors 18, 69, 81
provided 111
Provincial Offenders 78
psychache 92, 102
psychiatric patients 103
Psycho-Education 21
Psycho-spiritual 76
psychoanalysis 107
psychobiology 109
psychodynamic 107
psychoeducation 100
psychoeducational group 132
psycholégal 103
psycholinguistics 85
psychological adjustment 38,
70, 103, 132
Psychological Assessment 56,
127
psychological autopsy 62
psychological contracts 56
psychological control 99
psychological distress 100, 103
psychological health at work
10
psychological interventions 73
Psychological outcomes 129
psychological partner aggression
116
psychological research 17
Psychological Services 136
Psychological Symptoms 40
psychologie du sport 42
Psychologie du travail et des organisations 127
psychologist assessment 72
Psychologists 45
Psychology 1, 17, 89
Psychology and Religion 58
psychology of music 85
psychology professors 69
psychometric 59
psychometric properties 66
Psychometric test 7
Psychometrics 15, 94, 115,
129, 130, 134
Psychométrie 86
psychoneuroendocrinology 110
psychopathie 113
psychopathology 35, 145
psychopathy 34, 55, 80, 81, 82,
104, 107, 114
psychophysiology 94, 98, 109,
115
psychosis 66, 98, 132, 133
psychosocial 94, 100
Psychosocial Interventions 101
PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS
111
Psychosocial treatments 60
psychostimulant medication 25
psychotherapeutic 17
Psychotherapists 5
Psychotherapy 3, 4, 70, 71, 87,
102, 136, 142
Psychotherapy Outcome 98
Psychotherapy Process 98, 110
psychotropic drugs 98
PTSD 94, 95, 140
Public 53
Public health 71
Public Perception 51, 81
Public Perceptions 72
public service attraction 10
Publication Bias 83
Publishing 15
Q
Qualitative 61, 114
qualitative analysis 96
Qualitative Evidence 45
Qualitative interview 4
qualitative research 72, 94, 99,
105
Qualitative Study 39
Quality of care 101, 105
Quebec case law 7
Quebecers 37
Questionaires 134
questionnaire 131
quintuplets 46
R
R 127
Race 37, 73
race/ethnicity 135
racial bias 80
racial microaggressions 52
Racial Pluralism 37
racism in Canadian universities
52
radicalization 76, 144
rape prevention 129
Rationality 114
RCMP cadets 11
Reactance 83
Reaction Time 79
Reactivity 105
readiness to change 100
reading 21, 62
Realism 87
reasoning 63, 64, 124
Recension littéraire 42
receptive vocabulary 23
Recherche 57
recidivism 18, 79, 81, 82, 83,
91
reciprocity orientation 6
récits narratifs 93
recollection 72
recomposition familiale 35
Reconsolidation 12
Record Storage 32
records 32
Recovering and recovered
women 4
recovery 42, 94
Recreation 20
Recruitment 20, 59, 72
redundancy 64
Reflection 5
Reflexivity 16
Refugees 37, 40
Réfugiés 57
Registration 17, 32
régression 145, 146
regret 44
Regulatory Fit 107
Rehabilitation 62, 130
Reintegration 80
rejection 115
Rejection-sensitivity 118
Relatedness 26
Relation de couple 13
Relation parent-enfant 37
Relation professeurs et étudiants
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Relational boredom 122
Relational Dynamics 3
Relational outcomes 77
Relations amoureuses 22
Relations de couple 12
relations interpersonnelles 8
relationship 22
Relationship & Sexual Satisfaction 87
Relationship and Sexual Satisfaction 103
Relationship Attitudes 103
Relationship conflict 78
Relationship memories 78
relationship satisfaction 103,
115, 122
relationship styles 69
relationship-level variables 121
relationships 20, 98, 103, 117,
121
relative importance 9
religion 40, 63
Religiosity 77
Religious Identity 40, 102
Remédiation cognitive 21
reminiscence 63, 108
reminiscing 36
Remission without treatment
133
Repentance 51
representation 16
représentations 30, 84
représentations de la maladie
108
Reproductive Knowledge 119
reproductive value 85
Research 3, 74, 109
research design 15
research ethics 72
research methods 15
Research Networks 113
Research to Practice 127
Réseaux sociaux 115
residency 130
Residential design 88
Residential school 13
Residential substance abuse
treatment 124
resilience 4, 26, 28, 29, 58, 61,
69, 93, 99, 146
resiliency 3, 8, 29
Resistance 94
resistance education 129
résolution de problèmes 7
resource pollution 75
response inhibition 64, 121
responses 129
resting-state activity 63
rétablissement 93
Retaliation 8
retention 60
Retesting Effects 121
retiree wellbeing 58
retirement psychology 58
Rétroaction 7, 128
Revenge 119, 121
reversal theory 120
reverse correlation 86
Review 70
Reviewing 15
Revising 15
reward sensitivity 132
Risk and Protective Factors 22
risk assessment 70, 78, 81, 82,
91, 109
risk assessments 135
risk behaviour 120
risk communication 109
risk factors 35, 146
Risk of bias 95
risk perception 109, 123
risk prediction 18
Risk-Need-Responsivity 91
Risk-Needs-Responsivity 91
risky behaviour 29
Risky Behaviours 101, 102
Risky sexual behaviours 83
Risque 54
RNR principles 73, 74
rôle sexuel 35
Romantic Attachment 116
Romantic Attachment Style 87
Romantic couples 85
romantic partnership 119
romantic relationship 36, 84
Romantic Relationships 77, 84,
114, 115, 117, 118, 120
RSCA 29
Rumination 7, 86, 93
Rural 62
rurale 70
S
Same-sex bi-national couples
52
same-sex desire 110
same-sex relationships 103
Same-Sex Sexuality 41
sample size 15
santé 145, 146
Santé cardiovasculaire 67
Santé mentale 135
santé psychologique 6
Santé psychologique au travail
7
satisfaction 117
satisfaction conjugale 115
Satisfaction de vie 115
scale 117, 144
Scale development & validation
6
scale validation 29, 78
SCERTS model 23
schadenfreude 114
schema therapy 100
Schemas 22
Schizoid Disorder of Self 20
Schizophernia 55
Schizophrenia 35, 55, 65, 66,
67, 92, 94, 95, 111, 122
schizotypy 63, 66
Scholarships 130
school 14, 26
school attrition 61
school disengagement 30
school dropout 30
School Psychology 58, 142
school stress 3
school-age children 25
school-based intervention 131
school-based program 29
schools 25, 28, 72, 127, 143
Schopenhauer 19
science 14, 81
scientometrics 85
Screen for Cognitive Impairment
in Psychiatry (SCIP) 67
screening 17, 23, 104, 134
screening instrument 102
Screening Instruments 78
Screening Tool 62
Séance de discussion 127
Seasonality 96, 101
second language acquisition 39
second language confidence
39, 128
Second Language Identity 128
Second Life 128
Secondary Trauma 8
Secure Base Scripts 27
sécurité d’attachement 115
security 32
Selection 10
sélection 128
selection 128
sélection 128
self 19, 56, 57, 134
Self affirmation 79
self compassion 110
Self Efficacy 28
Self Perception 41
self theory 56
self-administered therapy 100
self-assessment 97, 102
Self-awareness 119
Self-Care 5, 44, 91
Self-Care Adherence 122
self-compassion 3, 56
self-concept differentiation 103
Self-Conscious Emotion 123
Self-construal 79, 84, 118
Self-Control 8, 97
Self-Criticism 123
Self-Determination Theory 5,
6, 42, 75
self-discrepancy 115
Self-distancing 115
Self-efficacy 1, 6, 9, 28, 38, 44,
57, 91, 134
self-enhancement 119
Self-Esteem 41, 44, 100, 115,
119
Self-esteem variability 62
Self-expansion 113
self-forgiveness 3, 51
Self-Imposed Standards 108
self-injurious behaviours 93
self-injury 95
Self-Interest 88
self-monitoring 33, 124
Self-Other 106
Self-Presentation Bias 81
self-regulation 30, 51, 120, 121
self-regulation model 94
self-regulatory failure 34
Self-Regulatory Focus 107
self-report bias 124
Self-silencing 95, 101
Self-Stigma 94
self-worth 120
SEM 127
semantic knowledge 108
Semantic memory 108
semantic processing 63
Semantics 62, 117
Seniors 4, 13
sensation seeking 118
sensory integration 30
Sensory Processing 63
serial crime 80
serial offenders 80
servant leadership 1
service delivery 135, 142
Service delivery model 145
Service Models 58
service preferences 59
service providers 35
Sex 116
Sex Differences 65, 119, 136
sex differneces 22
Sex Offenders 80
sexism 8
Sexual 15
Sexual arousal 68, 109, 110,
123, 124
sexual assault 3, 70, 82, 129
sexual assault or rape 114
Sexual Attitudes 119
sexual coercion 129
Sexual Communal Strength
103
sexual desire 34, 109, 110
sexual deviance 79
sexual dysfunction 110
sexual function 94
sexual health 58
sexual identity 42
sexual offender 18
sexual offenders 80
sexual orientation 34, 124
Sexual Practices 119
sexual psychophysiology 123,
124
Sexual Sadism 81
Sexual Satisfaction 3, 103, 116
sexual self-concept 84
sexual well-being 84
Sexualité 12, 69, 93, 107
sexuality 24, 34, 41, 42, 69,
103
sexually explicit literature 69
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
70
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Sexually transmitted infections
135
Shame 119
shape constancy 63
shape from shading 63
shape perception 63
shelter residents 70
shooting behaviour 80
shyness 99
Sibling 21
Sibling Loss 5
Sibling relationships 36
siblings 24
singing 52, 53
Sites Internet 96
Situation de handicap 86
situational judgment test 128
Skepticism 81
Ski de bosses 43
Skieurs de bosses 43
skill aquisition 81
Sleep 12, 65, 101, 102, 132,
134
Sleep Disturbance 100
sleep mentation 68
smoking 132, 133
social anxiety 38, 93, 101,
126, 144
Social Anxiety Disorder 126
social attention 65
Social avoidance 129
Social Axioms 59
social behaviours 110
social cognition 84
social cohesion 59
social comparison 120
Social comparisons 77
Social Competence 51, 93
social construct 19
Social Context 125
social culture 91
social determinants 61
social dominance orientation
83, 120
Social Facilitation 43
social functioning 66, 110
Social Groups 114
Social identity 13, 63
social influence 115
Social interaction 65
social justice 87, 105, 113
social media 3, 24
Social Networking 10
Social Networking of Terrorist
Groups 88
social norms 88
social perception 39
social phobia 96
social policy 92
social problem-solving 84
Social psychology 31, 117
social reactions 129
Social Rejection 12
Social Support 2, 28, 44, 97,
132, 133, 136
social support for relationships
156
103
social-emotional competence
30
social-emotional development
30
Societal perceptions 37
socio-economic status 56
sociocognitive development 24
socioeconomic status 105
Sociosexuality 116 124
Sociotropy 95
soldiers 64
Somatic Symptoms 40
source credibility 63
source expertise 124
South Asian students 52
South Asians 39, 105
soutien conjugal 93, 107
Soutien du superviseur 7
Soutien parental 13
soutien social 8
spatial ability 64
spatial attention 65
spatial distance 6
Spatial frequencies 65
Spatial-reasoning 64
special education 129
speech 52
speech perception 33, 34, 124
spiking neurons 60
spirituality 67
Spirituality/Religion 67
Sport 42
sport and fitness professionals
43
sports 43
Sports esthétiques 43
stalking 20, 80
standard 119
Standards 45
static risk factors 18
statistical inference practices
68
statistical modeling 68
statistics 15, 109, 111
status threat 41
stereopsis 63
stereotype 85
stereotypes 9, 32
Stéréotypes 114
Stereotypes 116, 118, 132
Stigma 39, 92, 93, 98, 101, 122
Stigmatization 4
stigmatization of asthmatics
135
Stimuli 46
stimulus discrimination 60
Strain 6
Stratégies d’adaptation 114
Strcuture factorielle 85
strengths 61, 73, 127
Strengths-based apporach 132
Stress 4, 42, 69, 101, 112
stress and coping 41
stress management 29
Stress parental 36
Stress reactivity 97
Stressful life events 23, 98
Stroop Task 34, 68
Structural Equation Model 78
structural equation modeling
111, 115
Structural Equation Modelling
136
student advocacy 2
Student Awards 57
student counselling 1
Student Engagement 27, 130
Student Mental Health 44
student perspective 74
student success 29
Students 4, 30, 35, 44, 51, 102,
109
Students at risk 26
students strike 117
study design 73
Subjective distance 77, 78, 118
Subjective Well-being 75, 123
Submissive 41
Substance 55
Substance Abuse 55, 81, 133
Substance induced psychosis
67
Substance misuse 61
Substance Use 61, 69, 115,
125, 132
success 61
sudden gains 95
Suicidal Ideation 102, 130
suicide 5, 17, 62, 92, 94, 117
Suicide Ideation 86
sums of squares 15
Superhéros 84
Supervision 17, 142, 143
support du superviseur 6
support network 58
Support seeking 117, 136
support workers 24
Supports 108, 129
surgical outcomes 86
survey 85, 100
sustainability 6
symptômes anxio-dépressifs
139
symptoms 103, 115, 116
Systematic Review 68, 100
systèmes d’activité 30
systemic sclerosis 94, 100
Systems thinking 121
T
TACT 9
taste preference 121
Taxometrics’ analysis 81
TBA 71
TDAH 66
Teacher 1
Teacher Efficacy 29, 108
Teacher Self-Efficacy 106
teacher training 60
teacher-student relationship 93
Teachers 26, 28, 29, 108
teachers’ self-efficacy 23
teaching 45, 104
Teaching and Technology 104
Teaching Educational Psychology 32
Teaching Large Seminars 32
Teaching of psychology 76
teaching strategy 109
Team affective climate 9
Team Conflict 8
team emotional intelligence 11
Team performance 9
Team potency 9
teams 6
teasing 94
technology 24, 28, 30, 44, 65,
72
Technology Adoption 104
telehealth 31
telepsychology 97
Teleworkers 7
temperament 60
Temporal 47
Temporal comparisons 77
Temporal distancing 78
Temporal landmarks 56
Temporal perspectives 77
temps de placement 37
Tend-and-Befriend 12
terrorism 76, 89
Test emotions 25
test performance 25, 122
Test Validity 78
testosterone 110
texting and driving 115
thematic analysis 135
Theoretical Integration 73
Theoretical orientations 102
Théorie de la faiblesse de la cohérence centrale 24
theory 19, 46, 56, 112
theory of mind 66 , 103
Theory of Planned Behavior
116
therapeutic relationships 57
Therapeutic techniques 71
Thérapie cognitive 42
thérapie de couple axée sur
l’émotion 98
thérapie de groupe 130
therapist engagement 110
therapist hope 4
therapy 4
therapy engagement 110
thin slice methodology 24
thriving 3, 8
Time Estimation 47
Time management 114
Time Perception 47
Time-related personality 114
to be 111
Tower Test 66
Traditional Sex Scripts 103
traduction 59
Training 2, 17, 43, 58, 78, 99,
142, 143
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training effects 124
trait emotional intelligence 23,
86, 114, 118
Trait Mindfulness 120
trait neuroticism 110
traits d’impulsivité de la personnalité 86
Trajectoires 80
Trans identities 41
transcendence 46
transfert des apprentissages 6
Transformational leadership 8
Transgendered Males 41
transgénérationnel 127
Transgression 51
transgressions 3, 64, 85, 120
transition to university 40
transition-to-adulthood 20
transitions 5, 20
trauma 3, 40, 74, 83, 87, 91,
132, 140
trauma counsellors 20
Traumatic Brain Injury 81
Traumatic Events 142
traumatic experience 82
traumatic stress 40
traumatisme cranio-cérébral 92
travailleurs 145
Treatment 55, 79, 101, 126,
126, 131, 144, 145
treatment engagement 80
treatment failure 143
Treatment Outcome 97, 98
Treatment Readiness 82
treatment strategies 78
Treatment Utility 56
Treatment-referred 93
Treatments 92
trend 130
trends 32
Tri-Council 130
trivialization 119
trouble alimentaire 99
Trouble d’anxiété généralisée
131
Troubles anxieux 66
Troubles de mémoire 67
Troubles des conduites alimentaires 43
trustworthiness 122
Truth 23
turnover 56
twin study 117
Type 1 and Type 2 errors 68
U
Uncertainty 98
Undergraduate Education 33
Undergraduate Students 38
underserviced population 31
Universalist 112
Université 36
university 114, 120, 129
university campus 129
university students 1, 4, 5, 38,
118, 136
Unproctored Testing 45
urinary incontinence 99
urinary urgency 99
user behaviour 115
user reviews 115
Utilitarianism 121
V
valeurs antisociales 83
Valeurs partagées 124
Validation 45, 86
Validation interculturelle 35
validation outils de mesure 7
Validation study 114
validité 9
validité d’apparence 128
Validity 33, 68, 85
value clarification 110
Value congruence 8
Values 59
verbal fluency 66
verbal recognition 63
veterans 11
Victim Blame 84
victim gender 82
Victimisations 80
Victimization 28
Vidéo 43
Video games 84
violence 109
Violence Conjugale 69
Violence dans les relations
amoureuses 41
violence in women 80
Violence Risk Appraisal Guide
(VRAG) 15
Violence risk assessment 15
violent extremism 76
violent offenders 18
virtues 86
vision 60, 65
visual art forms 17
visual attention 65
Visual Preference 20
Visual-Spatial Short Term Memory 60
vividness of memory 102
Vocational Behaviour 58
Vocational Development 5
Vocational Skills 29
Vocational Theory 73
Vocational Well-being 73
vulnérabilité 96
Vulnerability 79
Vulnerable Children 37
W
Wait-list 145
wait-list strategy 145
Walkability 2
Web based intervention 5
Web-based motivational programs 44
Weight gain 136
Well Being 41, 67
Well-Being 8, 30, 39, 44, 75,
89, 99, 112, 113, 118, 121,
123, 134, 144
Wellbeing 108
wellness 60
White Studies 37
wisdom 59
woman 85
woman abuse 70
women 61, 69, 117, 120, 143
women in academia 69
women offenders 82
Women’s experience 70
Women’s Health 60
women’s rugby 43
women’s health 14
word learning 22
Work Behaviour 11
work climate 10
Work motivation 113
work values 10
work-family 7
work-family balance 69
Work-Family Conflicts 35
work-life balance 9
work-life conflict 9, 108
worker motivation 104
Workers’ respite 7
workforce blending 56
Workplace 27, 112
Workplace bullying 11
workplace deviance 10
Workplace incivility 10
workplace incivility scale 10
workplace stress 112, 132
Worldview 44
worries 62
Worry 135
Y
Yanni 64
Yoga 134
young adult 102
Young Adult Immigrants 52
Young adults 1, 23, 29, 37, 93,
100, 133
young children 26
Young Offender 126
Young women 69
Youth 3, 5, 20, 22, 35, 42, 55,
60, 82, 91, 95, 97
youth adults 94, 100
youth engagement 110, 114
Youth Justice 91
youth justice system 79
Youth offenders 83
Youth substance abuse 124
Youth Violence 2
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Index of Authors / Index des auteurs
A
Abara, Uko 57
Abbey, Susan 129
Abbondanza, Mona 58
Abeare, Christopher 63, 66
Abedin, Rahul 2
Abrahamse, Wokje 88
Abrams, Murray 18
Abriel, Shelagh 65, 133
Adachi, Paul 123
Adair, Wendi 7, 38, 39
Adam, McCrimmon 27
Adams, Nicole 79
Adkins, Robin 78
Adlam, Kendall 31
Agar, Ava 119
Aguilera Vasquez, Carla 25
Ahmed, Rana 2, 40
Aitken, Nicole 6, 75,127
Al-Dajani, Nadia 92
Alani, Taslim 57, 92, 93
Alcolado, Gillian 101
Ali, Samina 93
Alisat, Susan 109
Allen, Jared 51, 79
Allen, Natalie 8, 11
Almuhtadi, Karin 113
Altomare, Alyssa 25, 27, 28
Altomare, Alyssa A. 21
Amado, Danielle 130
Amiot, Catherine 38, 44, 144
Ammaar, Kidwai 125
Amsel, Rhonda 85, 86, 116
Andra, Lorent 35
Andrade, Brendan 95
Andrade, Leonardo 133
Andrews, Jac 30, 72
Angelus, Deborah 135
Angus, Lynne 94
Annabi, Dorra 6
Annecca, Catherine 83
Ansloos, Jeffrey 47
Antony, Martin 122, 126
Antunes-Alves, Sara 145
Aranda, Jorge 88
Arbuthnott, Katherine 5, 11, 75, 81
Arcon, Nina 20
Arfken, Michael 112
Arguin, Martin 63
Armiento, Jenna 93
Armstrong, Joel 83
Arnold, Malcolm 122
Arpin, Virginie 35
Arpin-Cribbie, Chantal 83, 113,
118, 120
Arsenault, André 134
Arsenault, Andrea 79
Arthurs, Erin 129
Arthurson-McColl, Zoë 6
Arthurson-McColl, Zoe 79
Ashton, Michael 121
Asmundson, Gordon 18
Asselin, Sophie 7
Asuncion, Jennison 86, 116
158
Asyaby-Eshghi, Behzad 113
Atance, Cristina 56
Ateah, Christine 130
Atkinson, Erin 106
Attewell, Valerie 113
Au-Yeung, Arthur 39
Aubin, Mercédès 63
Auger, Émilie 120
Aumètre, Florence 25
Austin, Anthony 134
Austin, Stéphanie 11, 112
Aviram, Tal 44
Ayaz, Hasan 64, 121
Ayearst, Lindsay 16
Ayvazian, Cynthia 28
Azari, Stephanie 25
Azizli, Nicole 113
B
Bacev-Giles, Chantal 114
Backenson, Erica 66
Backs-Dermott, Barb 97
Bacon, Simon 13, 105, 136
Badali, Paul 51
Badawi, Ghislaine 61
Bagby, R. Michael 103
Bagby, Robert 16
Bagherian, Fatemeh 85
Bahl, Nancy 65
Bailes, Sally 132, 134
Bailey, Heidi 93, 96
Bailey, Kristen 133
Bailey, Laura 114
Bailis, Daniel 121
Baird, Anne 67
Bajwa, Jasmine 39
Baker, Alysha 79
Baker, Amanda 114, 124
Baker, Jeff 71
Bali, Venus 21, 133
Ball, Laura 16, 57, 87
Baltzan, Marc 132, 134
Bambrah, Veerpal 93
Bance, Sheena 129
Banerjee, Hiron 93
Bao, Vanessa 63, 64
Barata, Paula 31, 69
Barbaree, Howard 33, 48
Barcaro, Umberto 68
Barford, Sean 6
Barile, Maria 85, 86, 116
Barker, Erin 21, 36
Barker, Keegan 100
Barnes, Caroline 93
Barnes, Marissa 16, 57, 106
Barnes, Rosemary 123
Barnett, Jessica 114
Barnhart, Ryan 93
Baron, Louis 68
Baron, Murray 94, 100, 129, 130
Barrett, Sean 132
Bartlett, Jennifer 79
Baruch, Philippe 101
Basian, Carly 98
Bastien, Melanie 98
Batal, Malek 135
Battista, Susan 133
Baughman, Holly 86, 113, 114, 117
Baur, Kaitlin 43, 133
Bax-D’Auteuil, Claudie 62
Baxter, Claire 114
Beatie, Brooke 93
Beaton, Ann M. 119
Beaucage, Nathan 21
Beauchamp, Miriam 66
Beaudoin, Francis 6
Beaudry, Marjolaine 6
Beaulieu, Tera 125
Beaulieu-Bonneau, Simon 92
Beauvais-Dubois, Cybèle 21
Beck, Aaron 129
Beck, James 7
Bedi, Robinder 3
Beeby, Nicole 98
Beech, Kerri-Anne 30
Bégin Galarneau, Marie-Ève 65
Beirbach, Angela 98
Beiti, Fedaa 98
Bélair, Meggy 101
Béland, Mélanie 21, 96
Belanger, Daniele 38
Bélanger, Marie-Elaine 21
Bélanger, Mélanie 22
Bélanger-Dumontier, Gabrielle 57
Bélanger-Lejars, Véronique 93
Belhumeur, Céline 21
Bell, Sarah 110
Bell, Tessa 130
Belleville, Sylvie 108
BenAmor, Leila 66
Bennell, Craig 80, 82
Beran, Tanya 26
Berg, Derek 25
Bergeron, Sophie 139
Bergeron-Bonnelly, Laura 6, 132
Bergheul, Saïd 24
Bergmame, Lana 135
Bériault, Manuelle 54
Berlinguette, Katharine 6
Bernatchez, Marie Solange 134
Bernhard-Oettel, Claudia 56
Bernstein, Amit 38
Bernstein, Charles 110
Berry, John 59, 112
Bertone, Armando 26, 63, 64
Bertrim, Sarah 130
Bessette-Bergeron, Jean-François
25
Bessey, Meredith 101
Best, Lisa 132
Bhanwer, Aisha 114
Bhatoa, Isha 103
Bhatt, Gira 2, 112
Bhawanie, Stella 144
Bieling, Peter 30, 126
Bigras, Noémie 93
Biondic, Daniella 93
Birmingham, Elina 65
Birt, Angela 43, 64
Bishop, CJ 40
Bishop, Juliana 28
Bisson, Nicolas 114
Black, Pamela 79, 114
Blackie, Rebecca 93
Blair, Karen 41, 41, 87, 103, 110
Blais, Martin 41
Blanchard, Céline 114, 122, 124
Blanchet Godbout, Yaël 114
Blanchette, Victor 134
Blanco-Carranza, Amanda 81
Blaskovits, Brittany 27
Blondin, Soline 35
Blust-Volpato, Stephanie 7
Bobocel, Ramona 6, 11, 51
Boersma, Katelyn 142
Boese, Gregory 113
Bogaert, Anthony 42
Boglarsky, Cheryl 6
Bohr, Yvonne 146
Bois, Caroline 126
Boisvert, Stephanie 22
Boivin, Michel 23
Bonaccio, Silvia 7, 25, 127
Bonli, Rupal 78
Bonnema, Elise 60
Boon, Susan 51, 121
Bosset, David-Alexandre 77
Bossio, Jenn 68
Both, Lilly 84
Botha, Francois 92, 101
Bouchard, Katrina 123, 124
Bouchard, Louise 135
Boucher, Kathleen 41
Boucher, Lisa 63, 64, 124
Boudreau, Chantal 35
Boudreau, Jean-Paul 45, 47
Boudreau, Maxine 134
Boudreault, Véronique 42
Boudrias, Jean-Sébastien 7, 8, 128
Boughton, Kristy 93
Bouizegarène, Nabil 125
Boujut, Émilie 90
Boulard, Jessica 134
Bourassa, Marie-Eve 63
Bourdage, Joshua 2, 9
Bourdeau, Geneviève 93
Bourgeois, David 114
Bourgeois, Sylvie 60
Bourhis, Richard 13, 77, 122, 128
Bourkas, Sophia 18
Bourque, Paul 24, 67
Boutilier, Ashley 36
Boutilier, Michelle 9
Bowie, Christopher 95
Bowker, Anne 43
Boyce, Melissa 79
Boylan, James 63
Bradley, Kristina 94, 99
Bradley, Michael 68, 79, 83
Bradley, Peter 53
Bradley, Stacy 70, 71
Brambati, Simona 108
Brand, Andrew 68
Branger, Camille 62
Brankley, Andrew 51, 80, 114
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Brassard, Audrey 12, 93, 107, 115
Brazeau, James 94, 132
Brcic, Jelena 40, 84, 134
Brédart, Anne 141
Bremner, Nicholas 6, 125
Brendgen, Mara 22, 23
Brenner, Colleen 94
Breslow, Leah 94
Brienza, Justin 6, 119
Brisson, Benoit 63
Brisson, Janie 64
Brittan-Powell, Chris 3, 37, 73,
104, 105
Brochu, Raymond 96, 117
Brockman, Jennifer 61
Brockman, Mel 114
Brockmeier, Jens 61, 112, 136
Brodeur, Darlene 47
Brodie, Karen 65
Brosseau, Patricia 54
Brosseau-Liard, Patricia 111
Brown, Doug 10
Brown, Douglas 119
Brown, Mark 124
Brown, Shelley 69, 73, 74, 83, 91
Brown, Susan 63
Brown, Tyler 41
Brown-Bowers, Amy 69
Browne, Dillon 35
Brownlee, Keith 132
Bruce, Jennifer 143
Bruce, Vanessa 36
Brunet, Alain 12, 140
Brunet, Jennifer 103
Brunet, Luc 7, 10
Bruto, Venera 17, 31
Bruyere, Turina 61
Bruyninx, Sarah 69, 115
Bryan, Alexandrea 115
Bryntwick, Emily 94
Buchholz, Annick 95
Buckley, Paula 133
Budd, Jillian 85, 86, 116
Buehler, Roger 116
Buhr, Erin 3
Burack, Jacob 22, 47, 61, 62
Burdett, Freda 70
Burdett, Syd 134
Bureau, Jean-François 37
Burke, Shannon 110
Burley, Madelaine 44
Burnley, Caroline 58
Burns, Amy 94
Burns, Carolyn 72
Burns, Willow 134
Burnside, Kimberly 65
Burri, Andrea 94
Busseri, Michael 118
Butler, Alisa 41
Button, Melissa 94
Buzanko, Caroline 45, 78
Byers, E. Sandra 129
Byers, Sandra 76, 103
Byers-Heinlein, Krista 22, 23, 24
Byrnes, Abby 104
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Cabral, Christine 137
Cai, Lin 77
Cain, Bethany 94, 97, 100
Cairns, Sharon 1, 29, 76
Caluyong, Myka 134
Calvez, Stryker 37, 38, 59
Camateros, Caroline 31
Cameron, James 114
Camman, Carolyn 80
Campbell, Caroline 86
Campbell, Colin 22
Campbell, Debbie 65, 133
Campbell, Elyse 61
Campbell, Lorne 119
Campbell, Mallory 125
Campbell, Tavis 13, 88, 90, 105,
121
Cantinotti, Michael 126
Caplette-Gingras, Aude 109
Cappell, Jaclyn 87
Cappelli, Mario 93
Carbonneau, Rene 22
Cárdenas, Diana 128
Cardenas, Diana 144
Cardoso, Christopher 12
Care, Melissa 94
Carey, T 100
Carey, Tyler 67, 132
Cargo, Margaret 62
Carleton, R. Nicholas 18, 96
Carmichael, Jessica 66
Caro, Indira 37, 39, 97
Caron, Angela 12
Caron, Jean 140
Caron, Marie-Claude 34
Carpenter, Naomi 94
Carpini, Joseph 6
Carr, Rachel 110
Carr Kinnear, Chelsea 63
Carranza, Adriana 35
Carrigan, Amber 35
Carroll, Douglas 105
Carson, Robyn 21
Carter, Gregory 84
Carter-Rogers, Katelynn 80, 119
Case, Nevicia 51
Cassetta, Briana 66
Cassin, Stephanie 126
Cassoff, Jamie 13, 134
Castonguay, Joanne 131
Castro, Carlos 117
Catano, Vic 26
Cayer, Christian 11
Caza, Nicole 108
Cervantes, Pablo 98
Chabot, Karen 96
Chachamovich, Eduardo 62
Chadwick, Nick 80
Chalupa, Amanda 26, 28 138
Chalupa, Amanda A. 30
Chamberland, Claire 130
Chamberland, Pier-Eric 34, 45
Chambers, Christine 18
Chan, Jessica 146
Chan, K. Jacky 37, 94
Chan, Kathy 59, 94, 102
Chang, Felicia 94
Chapadeau, Holly Marie 84
Chaperon, Élise 115
Chapleau, Marianne 62
Charest, Rose-Marie 111
Charles, Christina 63
Charpentier, Claude 37, 134, 135
Chartier, Laurie 61
Chartier, Sylvain 35, 65
Chauny, Jean-Marc 131
Chavoshi, Saeid 38, 40
Chen, Angel 88
Chen, Charles 58
Chen, Charles P. 58, 73
Chen, Kristy 39
Chen, Vivian 94, 102
Chen, Yvonne 83
Cheng, Shirley 107
Chentsova-Dutton, Yulia 73
Cheong, Clarissa 135
Cherry, Frances 57
Cheston, Ph.D., James 79
Cheung, Susanna 42, 127
Chiang, Chao-Mei 143
Chiarella, Sabrina 22
Chiasson, Myriam 37
Chiasson, Vincent 66
Chicoine, Jean-François 21
Chiocchio, Francois 32, 74
Chiocchio, François 127
Chiocchio, PhD, Francois 107
Chiu, Carina 44, 66, 84
Chivers, Meredith 109, 124
Chmielewski, Michael 16
Choi, Ji Yeh 68
Chomienne, Marie-Hélène 135
Chomycz, Suzanne 94, 95, 97, 100
Chou, Fred 3
Choutova, Anna 63
Chow, Darrick 115
Chow, Theodore 95
Chowdhury, Wahida 115, 130
Christiansen, Jessica 108
Christie, Marianne 26
Chu, Erica 63, 66, 143
Chuang, Jenny 111
Chuang, Susan 2, 22, 35, 36
Chuapetcharasopon, Pylin 7, 107
Chung, Marisa 38
Chuong, Kim 38
Church, Kenneth 33
Church, M. 130
Cila, Jorida 77
Ciquier, Gabrielle 108
Ciric, Ksenija 134
Ciszewski, Stephanie 132
Clara, Ian 110
Clare, Emily 52
Clark, Cameron 66
Clark, D. Anthony 52
Clark Smith, Karen 89
Clark, Sandra 71
Claro, Anthony 26, 29, 101, 102
Classen, Catherine 15, 76, 89
Claypool, Tim 27, 61, 65
Clément, Louise 1
Clément, Marie-Eve 59, 130
Clément, Richard 38
Clement, Richard 39
Clément, Richard 128
Clément, Robin 35
Climie, Emma 26, 27, 28, 29
Clinton, Michael 56
Cloitre, Marylene 87
Cloutier, Anika 115
Clyde, Michael 26
Coady, Tyler 3
Coelho, Jennifer 100
Cohen, Annabel 52, 53
Cohen, Julie 3, 52
Cohen, Karen 15, 34, 54, 90,
104, 123
Collignon, Olivier 63
Collins, Katherine 38, 127
Collins, Lenora 6
Collins, S. 130
Collins, Sarah 134
Colp, S. Mitchell 21
Conan, Michelle 44
Connelly, Catherine 56, 56
Connop, Ian 91, 143
Connors, John 46, 57
Conrod, Patricia 38
Cooper, Philip 135
Corbeil, Mariève 52
Corkum, Penny 101
Cormier, Damien 26 58, 106
Coronado-Montoya, Stephanie 95
Cortes, Kassandra 77, 78
Cosma, Stephanie 42 , 69
Cosme, Rachelle 28
Cossette, Louise 21
Coté, Pierre 14
Cotton, Dorothy 18
Counsell, Alyssa 15
Coupland, Richard 18, 82
Coupland, Sarah 80
Courchesne, Valerie 26
Courchesne, Valérie 67
Cournoyer, Annabelle 35, 36, 37
Cousineau, Denis 64
Coutu, Janick 80
Couture, Marie-Eve 38, 132
Cox, Daniel 11
Cozzi, Derek 69
Craig, Joan 115, 120
Craig, Kenneth 135
Craig, William 93
Cramer, Kenneth 27
Crann, Sara 69
Crawford, Maxine 5
Crawford, Shawn 32
Creary, Patricia 135
Creti, Laura 132, 134
Cribbie, Robert 15, 124
Criger, Brock 115
Crivello, Cristina 23
Crocker, Peter 42
Crossley, Margaret 62
Cru, Michelle 95
Cunningham, Charles 83
Cunningham, Lesley 83
Cunningham, Shannon 135
Cupchik, Gerald 117
Curran, Janet 93
Curwen, Tracey 142
Cuttress, Jane 81
Cyr, Chantal 36, 37
Cyr, Mireille 136
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D’Eon, Joyce 53, 77
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D. Provencher, Martin 42
Da, Wei Wei 38
da Estrela, Chelsea 22
Dadgostari, Tina 126
Dagenais-Desmarais, V. 146
Dahl, Rebecca 19
Dalby, Thomas 104
Dale, Allyson 64
Daljeet, Kabir 10
Dalrymple, Alana 22
Dandeneau, Stéphane 115
Daniel, Samantha 24
Daniels, Lia 29, 30, 106
Daniszewski, Tamara 108
Danyluck, Chad 115
Dargie, Emma 41, 87, 103, 135
Darling, Kathleen 84
Daros, Alexander 95
Darzi, Chantal 95
Das, Prakash 79
Daspe, Marie-Ève 115
Davari, Jaleh 3
David, Lauren 72, 95
Davidson, Erin 11
Davidson, Patrick 65, 67
Davies, Paul 116, 118
Davis, Ron 94, 114
Daws, Loray 14, 20, 107, 142
Dawson, Jenna 110
Dawson, Samantha 123, 124
Day, Arla 6, 112
Day, David 82, 83
Day, Lisa 84
De Gagne, Theo 77
de Jong, Jeroen 56
De Jong, Meagan 102
de la Sablonnière, Roxane 120, 144
de la Sabonnière, Roxane 128
de la Serna Nasser, Judith 44
Deacon, Amanda 8
Deamond, Wade 11, 54, 55
Deasley, Shanna 22
Debrosse, Régine 115
DeCicco, Teresa 64, 68, 118
DeClerck, Drew 62
Deen, Michelle 26, 29
Deeth, Sander 1
Deineka, Stan 66
Delcellier, Kristin 11
DeLeon, Patrick 31
Delisle, Vanessa 129
Dell, Colleen 61
Demers, Mireille 7
Demers-Bédard, Sophie 36, 37
Demetrovics, Zsolt 38
Denis, Isabelle 66
Denis, Pascale 7
Denisoff, Eilenna 111
Dennis, Diane 59
Dentakos, Stella 44
Dere, Jessica 40, 77, 144
Derevensky, Jeffrey 25, 134
Deschênes, Sonya 95
Descôteaux, Jean 85, 95
Descôteaux, Lucie 108
Deslauriers, C. 130
Desmarais, Geneviève 67
Desnoyers, Amanda 113
Desrochers, Alain 21
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Desrosiers, Pierette 70
Deuchar-Fitzgerald, TJ 29
DeVaul-Fetters, Amanda 38
Dewhirst, Pendle 95
Dhayanandhan, Bramilee 146
Di Domenico, Stefano 64, 121
Diamond, Lisa 34, 109, 110
Diamond, Michael 26
Diane, St-Laurent 35
Diaz, Ruth 66, 84
Dickenson, Janna 110
Dicks, Janice 3
Dieneka, Stan 11, 54, 55
DiLoia, Enzo 135
Dindoff, Kathleen 122
Diodati, Jean 131
Dionne, Ginette 23
Dishke Hondzel, Catharine 26
DiTommaso, Enrico 117
Dixon, Jonathan 26
Dixon, Niké 120
Dixon, Sandra 76
Djordjevic, Djurdja 95
Dobson, Keith 39, 75, 129, 134
Dohadwala, Ali 1
Doherty, Sarah 22
Dolcos, Florin 5
Dolphin, Olivia 3
Domene, José 5, 20, 79
Donia, Magda 1
Donnon, Tyrone 72
Donohoe, Marie-Louise 133
Doobay, Victoria 64
Dooley, Stephen 2
Doucerain, Marina 38, 144
Doucet, Philippe 84
Dowell, Amelia 3
Downie, Fiona 125, 126
Doyle, Anna-Beth 24
Doyle, Randi 64
Doyle, Susan 101
Dozois, David 30, 53, 92, 96, 99,
101, 116, 129, 146
Drapeau, Martin 45, 70, 71, 145
Drefs, Michelle 26, 76
Drolet, Caroline 84
Drouillard, Brianne 24
Drummond, Neil 113
Drvaric, Lauren 126
Dube, Blaire 9
Dubé, Sophie 113
Dubois, Sébastien 54
Dubois-Comtois, Karine 36, 37
Ducas, James 115
Ducharme, Joseph 27
Duchene, Katelyn 109, 116
Duchesne, Stéphane 5
ducol, Benjamin 144
Duffett, Megan 24, 99, 103
Dufresne, Annette 142, 143
Dugas, Erika 23
Dugas, Kevin 26
Dugas, Michel 95, 100
Duguay, Sarah 134
Duhamel, Audrey 62
Duhamel, Camie 62
Duhoux, Arnaud 101
Dumais, Marilyne 36
Dunlop, William 103, 122
Dupuis, Dana 95, 101
Dupuis, Darcy 116
Dupuis, Paul 80
Dupuy, Emmanuelle 12
Duranceau, Sophie 96
Durand, Jean-Christophe 7
Durivage, André 128
Durksen, Tracy 30
Durrani, Samir 135
Dussault, Caroline 62
Dussault, Frederic 22
Dykshoorn, Kristy 36
Dyshniku, Fiona 79
Dyson, Amanda 96
Dzinas, Katalin 57
D’Arrisso, Alexandra 61
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Eastwood, Joseph 43
Ediger, Jason 143
Edmondstone, Christopher 116
Edwards, William 34
Ehrenberg, Marion 17, 37
El Gamal, Monica 5, 116
El-Adlouni, Salah-Eddine 24, 67
Ellard, John 44
Ellenbogen, Mark 12, 118
Ellingwood, Holly 80
elliot, Britney 99
Elliott, Cass 3
Elliott, Nicole 61, 125
Ellis, Corey 38, 39
Ellis, Desmond 70
Ellison, Deborah 24
Elshiekh, Abdel 65
Emerson, Scott 116
Emery, Amber 29
English, Lianne 96
Enns, Janelle 27
Enright, Joseph 62
Enros, Paul 135
Erdman, Lauren 65
Erickson, David 94
Esses, Victoria 38, 85, 122
Evaire, Lyndsay 96, 116
Evans, Mary Ann 22
Everett, Sabrina 11, 54, 55
Evraire, Lyndsay 99
Ewasiw, Joan 4
Ewles, Grace 7
F
Faaborg-Andersen, Marie 116
Facer-Irwin, Emma 140
Faddoul, Georgina 63, 64
Falardeau, Marie-Chantal 116
Falek, Joshua 26
Faltacas, Anne-Marie 116
Fanning, Sarah 64, 133
Fanourgiakis, Sophia 27
Farouk, Nabela 66
Farrell, Susan 124, 130
Farthing, Gerald 44
Farvolden, Peter 72, 111
Fashler, Samantha 135
Fauchoux, Laurissa 4
Favre, Virginie 96
Fayter, Rachel 2
Febbraro, Angela 11
Fecteau, Marie-Claude 42
Feeney, Justin 15, 32, 33, 51, 74,
109, 130
Fekken, Cynthia 115, 122
Feldgaier, Steven 59
Felix, Fernando 15
Fennell, Christopher 22
Fergus, Karen 131
Ferguson, Bruce 108
Ferguson, Leona 68
Ferland, Mark 67
Fernandez, Amanda 100
Fernane, Stephanie 80
Fernet, Claude 1, 11, 112
Ferns, Alyssa 80
Ferrari, Jack 102
Ferrari, Michel 59
Ferraro, Leonardo 99
Ferris, Lance 8
Ferron, Anik 96
Fetzner, Mathew 96
Fichten, Catherine 85, 86, 116,
132, 134
Fillion, Lise 92
Findlay, Isobel 4
Finegan, Joan 10, 32
Finnegan, Heather 80
Fior, Meghann 26
Fisher, Derek 65
Fisher, Maryanne 36, 41, 84, 85
Fisher, Prudence 102
Fitzer, Kim 30, 66
FitzGerald, Jemma 51
Fitzgerald, Ryan 83
Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth 135
Fitzpatrick, Josée 116
Fitzpatrick, Marilyn 94, 102, 110,
145
Fitzpatrick, Skye 96
Fitzpatrick, Skyler 42
Flament, Martine 95
Flanagan, Dr. Tara 24
Flanagan, Tara 23
Flannery, Meredith 36
Fleet, Richard 131
Fleming, Jan 126
Flesaker, Keri 4
Flesch, Jamie Lyn 12, 116, 121
Flett, Gordon 86, 117
Fleury, Theo 15
Flora, David 111
Flores, Heidi 22, 47, 61
Floyd, Timothy 80
Foellmi, Melodie 80
Foldes-Busque, Guillaume 66, 131
Fong, Alicia 38
Fontaine, Véronique 67
Fontil, Laura 23, 135
Ford, Laurie 28, 58, 127
Forest, Amanda 115
Forest, Jacques 112
Forget, Alain 127
Forget, Claude 127
Forget, Mathieu 7, 145, 146
Fornssler, Barb 61
Forrest, Anne 114
Forrester, Michael 53
Fortin, Dominique 23
Fortin, Laurier 131
Foskett, Allison 5
Foster, Ida 84
Foster, Mindi 69
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Foucreault, Annie 7
Fournier, Christine 108
Fournier, Ève 7
Fournier, Louise 101
Fraccaro, Rebecca 27
Frain, Jennifer 1, 17, 55
Franche, Véronique 42, 84
Francis, Lori 27, 112
Francis, Sarah 101
Frappier, Jean-Yves 99
Fraser, Sarah 61
Fréchette, Sabrina 130
Frédéric, Paré 7
Fredette, Chantal 54
Freedman, Shelagh 84
Freeman, E. Aiofe 3
Frewen, Paul 15, 95, 103
Freynet, Nathalie 128
Friedmann, Jordan 22
Friesen, Christopher 35
Friesen, Lindsay 106
Fritz, Patti 70
Fuchs, Chantalle 106
Fuks, Nate 41
Furer, Patricia 102
Furtado, Jessica 2
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Gagné, Annie 35
Gagné, Marie-Hélène 59
Gagné, Marylène 112
Gagné, Marylene 113
Gagnier, Karina 73
Gagnon, Jean 86
Gagnon, Michelle 15, 74, 92, 130
Gagnon, Myriam 7
Gagnon, Sylvain 85
Gagnon-Dolbec, Alexis 43
Galambos, Nancy 21
Galietta, Michele 80
Gallagher, Catherine 96
Gallitto, Elena 34, 116
Ganai, Omar 39
Gandini, Delphine 108
Gao, Zhipeng 16, 19, 106
Garcia, Donald 87
Gareau, Alexandre 35, 45
Garofalo, Alyssa 80, 80
Gaucher, Danielle 21, 113, 120
Gaudet, Derek 132
Gaudreau, Patrick 35, 42, 78, 84
Gauthier, Janel 48, 78, 111
Gauthier, Serge 108
Gautreau, Chantal 133, 135
Gauvin, Lise 71
Gee, Bethany 126
Gelinas, Bethany 92
Gendreau, Anne 135
Genest, Andrée-Anne 96, 117
George, Amanda 66
Gervais, Jesse 41
Ghanbari, Parisa 38
Gholamrezaei, Maryam 22, 95
Giacomin, Miranda 56, 77
Giammarco, Erica 86, 113, 117
Giang, Elaine 117
Gibson, Stacey 2, 109
Gick, Mary 95
Gifford, Robert 88
Giguere, Benjamin 31
Giguère, Myriam 92
Gilbert, Brigitte 108
Gilbert, Sophie 127
Gillies, James 99
Gillies-Poitras, Elizabeth 135
Gilovich, Thomas 92
Gilpin, Michelle 108
Ginsberg, Freda 74
Ginting, J. 130
Giobbi, Maria 96
Giorgi, Amedeo 99
Girard, Annie 7
Girouard, Sarah 128
Giroux, Isabelle 132
Gladson, Aliisa 65
Glaser, Emma 18
Glaser, Sarah 22, 27
Glasgow, Jillian 117
Glozman, Jenny 22
Godbout, Natacha 12, 13, 139
Godbout-Beaulieu, Sophie 22
Goffin, Richard 1
Goghari, Vina 55, 66, 84
Gokiert, Rebecca 93
Goldberg, Daniella 23
Goldberg, Joel Owen 94
Goldey, Katherine 110
Goldfield, Gary 95
Goldfinger, Corrie 103
Goldstein, Abby 53,125, 133
Gonzales, Joshua 117
Gonzalez-Roma, Vicente 9
Good, Dawn 66, 67
Good, Kim 132
Goodwill, Alasdair 79, 80, 124
Goodwin, Jacqueline 36
Goodwin, Shelley 47
Gorborukova, Galina 128, 144
Gordon, Jennifer 134
Gordon Green, Cathryn 47
Goss, Alex 2
Gosselin, Dominique 135
Gosselin, Frédéric 65
Gosselin, Jessica 67
Gosselin, Julie 35, 37, 70, 100
Gosselin, Patrick 21, 62, 96, 100,
131
Gosselin, Pierre 116, 123
Gosseline, Patrick 96
Gotovac, Sandra 135
Gottardo, Alexandra 85
Gottschall, Shannon 69
Gouin, Jean-Philippe 36
Goukon, Rina 26
Goulet, Michel 139
Goulet-Gervais, Lysiane 96
Gouliquer, Lynne 62, 70
Gourde, Mathieu 36
Gousse-Lessard, Anne-Sophie 117
Goyette, Christine 92
Goyette, Véronique 7, 128
Grace, Sherry 129
Grad, Roland 132, 134
Graf, Peter 55, 64, 71
Graff, Lesley 110
Gralnick, Tara 117
Granic, Isabela 99
Grant, Seija 96
Grauman-Neander, Lucia 133
Gravel, Emilie Eve 84
Graves, Bryanna 117
Gray, Christina 26
Greeman, Paul 53
Green, Amy 20
Green, Sheryl 19, 97
Green-Demers, Isabelle 83, 119
Greenham, Stephanie 135
Greenman, Paul 98, 135
Grégoire, Julie 45
Grégoire, Simon 68
Greiner, Leigh 73
Grenier, Jean 135, 143
Grimbos, Teresa 80
Grizenko, Natalie 25
Groleau, Patricia 91, 97
Grondin, Simon 114
Grossmann, Igor 78
Groupe d’étude PAJ, Le 41
Grouzet, Frederick 56, 57
Grover, Shana 36
Gruber, Reut 12, 134, 135
Grumet, Robin 110
Grummisch, Julia 66
Gruslin, Andree 69
Guay, Frédéric 5
Guay, Jean-Pierre 54, 81
Guay, Marie-Claude 21, 66
Guay, Stéphane 141
Gudmundsdottir, Helga 52
Guegan, M 131
Guerrero Nunez, Karla 67
Guertin, Valérie 136
Guilbert, Mathieu 10
Guilfoyle, Josh 51
Guimond, Anne-Josée 101
Guimond, Fanny-Alexandra 23
Guimond, Serge 120
Guindon, Claude 128
Guo, Liangrong 86
Gupta, Rina 134
Gurevich, Maria 42, 69, 107
Guy, Laura 91
Guzzo, Lina 78
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Haber, Erika 97
Haccoun, Robert 32
Hachey, Timothy 117
Hadjistavropoulos, Heather 106,
136
Hadjitavropoulos, Thomas 62
Haggarty, Daphne 94, 97, 100
Haggarty, Jack 62
Hajizadeh, Eima 117
Hakim-Larson, Julie 36, 99, 103
Hale, James 66
Hall, Nathan 28, 29, 44, 121
Hall, Peter 101
Halliday, Aaron 8
Ham, Lindsay 38
Hamedani, Atayeh 97
Hamel, Stephanie 131
Hampton, Mary 69
Hamza, Chloe 93
Haner, Dilys 3, 5
Hanig, Samuel 8, 119
Hanson, R. Karl 109
Hanson, Ph.D., William 3, 56
Hanusiak, Laura 84
Harabas, Chris 81
Harasymchuk, Cheryl 122
Harding, Bradley 64
Hardy, Cindy 47
Harper, Julie 27, 81
Harrington, Evan 81
Harris, Grant 15
Harris, Juliette 114
Harris, Nick 132
Harrison, Allyson 27
Hart, Kenneth 67, 100, 132
Hart, Trevor 83
Hartling, Nikki 112
Harvey, Brenda 118
Haslam, Alex 63
Haslam, Catherine 63
Hassan, Ghayda 144
Hastings, Stephanie 6
Hatch, Meagan 54, 104
Hatier, David Emmanuel 145, 146
Hausdorf, Peter 8, 32
Havel, Alice 86
Haverkamp, Beth 45
Hawke, Lisa 101
Hawley, Lance 126
Haythornthwaite, Jennifer 129
Healy, Christopher 64
Heard, J. 130
Heath, Nancy 26, 29, 42, 95
Heather, Dara 38
Hébert, Martine 41, 139
Hefler, Catherine 36
Hegerat, Brittney 26
Heidt, Constance 75, 81
Heinberg, Leslie 129
Heisel, Marnin 17
Helgeson, Vicki 14
Helmus, Leslie 109
Hembroff, Chet 11
Hendersen, Peter 98
Henderson, Katherine 95
Henderson, Leigh 97
Hennessey, Eden 69
Hennig, Karl 123
Henry, Anne 86
Henry, Stacy 135
Henson, Alisha 110
Hepburn, C Gail 27
Hernandez-Baeza, Ana Maria 9
Herzig, Alyssa 62
Hessen-Kayfitz, Joanna 64
Hewitt, Paul 86, 117
Hibbard, Stephen 79, 98
Hicks, Michelle 38
Hideg, Ivona 8
Hiebert-Murphy, Diane 36, 112
Hill, Eric 84
Hilscher, Michelle 117
Hilton, N. Zoe 109
Hiseler, Lara 74
Ho, Hilda 38
Ho, Jennifer 44, 143
Hobden, Karen 129
Hobson, Kristina 117
Hodgins, David 133
Hodson, Gordon 118, 123
Hoffart, Genevieve 6
Hoffarth, Mark 118
Hogan, Timothy 89
Hoge, Robert 83
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Holden, Ronald 23, 60, 92, 102,
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Holder, Mark 5
Holmberg, Diane 117, 136
Holmes, Alana 27
Holmqvist, Maxine 97
Holtzman, Susan 97
Hontoy, Lysa-Marie 8
Hoover, Stuart 11
Hopkins, Carol 61
Horn, Jacqueline 17
Horne, Jacqueline 34
Horowitz, Sarah 129
Horsford, Sarah 8
Horswill, Samantha 18
Hortop, E. Gaëlle 118
Hortop, Gaëlle 116
Horvath, Catherine 100
Hoshino-Browne, Etsuko 117
Hoskin, Rhea 41
Hosseinialmadani, Fatemeh 85
Hosseinkhah, Nasim 132
Houlfort, Nathalie 119
Houshmand, Sara 52
Hoven, Michaelyn 28
Howard, Andrea 21
Howe, Megan 60
Howell, Andrew 122, 136
Huang, Elenda 36
Huang, Vivian 39, 39, 97
Hubbard, Kyle 28, 44
Huberman, Jackie 123, 124
Hudson, Marie 94, 100, 129, 130
Hunsley, John 30, 95
Hunter, Paulette 62
Hunter, Tevya 112, 136
Hurley, George 71
Hussman, Julia 125
Huta, Veronika 6, 30, 126
Hutchinson, Shirley 116, 118
Hutchison, Marnie 106
Hutton, Erin 82
Huyder, Vanessa 110
Huynh, Alex 78
Hwang, Heungsun 68
Hyatt, Ashley 125
Hymel, Shelley 30
Hynie, Michaela 40, 70, 77
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Iacono, Vanessa 118
Ianakieva, Iana 118
Ianni, Phillip 67, 100
Iantosca, Jo Ann 23
Iarocci, Grace 65
Impett, Emily 84, 103, 113
Ionita, Gabriela 94, 102
Iskandar, Sam 129
Iskric, Adam 97, 103
Israel, Mimi 97, 100
Ivanova, Elena 13
Ivers, Hans 134
Iverson, Grant 66, 98
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Jacob, Ariane 136
Jacobson, Ryan 136
Jacques, Christian 132
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Jaghori, Beheshta 74
Jakeman, Dana 80
Jamoulle, Olivier 99
Janelle, Alain 131
Janzen, Bonnie 23, 98
Janzen, Troy 26
Jarmuske, Vanessa 135
Jarry, Josée 69, 120
Jassi, Ashna 97
Jbilou, Jalila 24, 67
Jean, Carolyne 132
Jenkins, Jennifer 24, 27 , 35
Jerrott, Susan 35
Jessica, Londei-Shortall 145, 146
Jesso, Shaunda 133
Jetly, Colonel Rakesh 31
Jewett, Lisa 129
Jhangiani, Rajiv 72
Jitlina, Katia 25, 27, 28
Joel, Samantha 121
John, Roger 61
Johns, Gary 19
Johnson, Edward 97, 102
Johnson, Emily 97
Johnson, R. Coranne 142
Johnson, Sue 3
Johnston, Tim 129
Jolicoeur, Pierre 108
Joly, Jacques 131
Joly, Melanie 29
Jones, Jenna 118
Jones, Natalie 81
Jones, Thea 118
Jones-Mollerup, Kiray 27
Joober, Ridha 25
Jordan, Christian 119
Jorgensen, Mary 85, 116
Jorgensen, Shirley 86, 116
Jorgenson, Cecilia 43
Josefowitz, Nina 123
Josephson, Wendy 21, 91
Joubert, Sven 108
Jubenville, Theresa 5
Julian, Amanda 133
Julien, Karen 66
Jurcik, Tomas 2, 40
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Kaasalainen, Sharon 62
Kadulina, Yara 85
Kakouris, Gwen 11, 54, 55
Kalay, Anifa 135
Kanippayoor, Jacqueline 81
Kanter, Deborah 146
Karp, Igor 23
Kasmer Dolinski, Nick 114
Kassan, Anusha 3, 52
Kateb, Matt 85
Katona, Noemi 124
Katz, Albert 63
Katz, Joel 99
Katz, Laura 136
Kear, Emily 97
Keats, Patrice 20
Keefe, Chad 94, 114
Keefer, Kateryna 60
Keefer, Katia 23, 118
Kehayes, Ivy-Lee 118
Kehler, Melissa 136
Keithley, Jake 97
Kelloway, E Kevin 112
Kelloway, Kevin 32, 112
Kelly, Ivan 23, 98
Kemp-Koo, Debra 27
Kendall, Philip 60
Kennedy, Barbara 105
Kennedy, Laura 69
Kent, Pamela 11
Keough, Matthew 61, 133
Kergoat, Marie-Jeanne 108
Kerr, Jamie 26
Kertesz, Rona 30
Kestens, Yan 126
Kestler, Myra 135
Key, Brenda 126
Keyfitz, Lindsey 97
Khalil, Nidaa 145
Khan, Beenish 118
Khan, Laura 133
Khayyat-Abuaita, Ula 98
Khourochvili, Mariami 69
Khoury, Careen 51, 119, 123
Khoury, Jennifer 99
Ki, David (Hoin) 27
Kilik, Lindy 17
Killip, Steve 108
Kim, Jean 69
Kim, Young-Hoon 107
King, Jean 58
King, Kathryn 58
King, Laura 86
King, Rachel 4
Kirkpatrick, Helen 94
Kirmayer, Lawrence 62
Kirson, Ruth 58
Kisinger, Kelly 8
Kiss, Mark 40
Kitchener, Hilary 136
Klaassen, Derrick 3
Klassen, Gillian 47
Klassen, Robert 123
Klassen, Terry 93
Klaver, Ellen 136
Kleiman, Sela 52
Klein, R 131
Klonoff, Elizabeth 34
Kloosterman, Patricia 60
Klopfer, Kristina 27
Klubben, Laura 20
Kluk, Alyssa 67, 98
Knaeuper, Baerbel 13
Knapik, Mirjam 5
Knight, Raymond 81
Knockaert, Chantal 136
Knowles Connop, Ronda 91, 143
Knowlton, Brooke 2
Knäuper, Bärbel 18, 134
Koble, Amy 4
Kocovski, Nancy 93, 126
Kocum, Lucie 9
Koegl, Christopher 79
Koehle, Michael 66, 98
Koenig, Adam 108
Koerner, Naomi 55, 72, 98, 100
Koestner, Richard 68, 118
Kogan, Cary 100
Kohli, Adarsh 144
Koljuskov, Adrijana 136
Konopasky, Robert 81, 85, 119
Kopp, Leia 119
Korabik, Karen 7
Korva, Natasha 80, 81
Kousaie, Shanna 63
Kowal, John 98
Kowalski, Kent 42
Kraft, Joanna 8
Krameddine, Yasmeen 2
Kratzig, Gregory 11
Kraus, Giselle 23, 98
Kredentser, Maia 75
Krewski, Daniel 123
Krieger, Michelle 81
Kristensen, Holly 60
Kristjansson, Elizabeth 2
Krueger, Robert 16
Kruse, Alexandra 61, 94
Kubas, Hanna 66
Kudos, Kosta 96
Kuebler, Eric 60
Kuforiji, Ola 98
Kuiper, Nicholas 94, 99, 121
Kung, Franki 107
Kuntsche, Emmanuel 38
Kuo, Janice 96, 99, 126
Kusec, Andrea 20, 98
Kwakkenbos, Linda 73, 95, 129
Kwantes, Catherine 8, 10, 120
Kwee, Janelle 3, 60
Kwon, Hyunji 56
Kyparissis, Angela 130
Körner, Annett 100
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L’Ecuyer, Marie-France 139
Labelle, Réal 131
LaBrish, Cathy 111
Lacaille, Julien 13, 18
Lachance, Lise 68
Lachance-Grzela, Mylène 35, 36
Lacroix, Franca 38
Lacroix, Guy 63, 64, 65, 124
Lacroix, Serge 58, 127
Lafontaine, Marie-France 12, 116,
121
Lafortune, David 127
Lafortune, Denis 80
Laframboise, Andréanne 119
LaFreniere, Daniel 67, 98
Lafreniere, Kathryn 27, 115, 120
Lagrange, Céline 108
Laila, Din Osmun 135
Lajoie, Denis 8
LaLiberte, Larry 61
Lalonde, Christopher 39
Lalonde, Richard 31, 59, 77, 128
Lalumière, Martin 124
Lam, Jaeger 64
Lam, Rose 69
Lambert, Christine 118
Lamonde, Annie 59
Lamothe, Martin 90
Landine, Jeffrey 4
Landreville, Marika 95
Landreville, Philippe 62
Landry, Oriane 22
Landy, Meredith 98
Lane, Jeanine 51, 91
Lane, Jonathan 53
Langille, Jennifer 81
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Langlois, Frédéric 100
Lanteigne, Christina 35
Lanteigne, Josée 119
Lanting, Shawnda 66, 98
Laplante, Joëlle 115
Lapointe, Dominic 7
Lapointe-Harris, Tanya 116
Lapshina, Natalia 85
Lariviere, Krystal 81, 119
LaRoche, Kathryn 130
LaRocque, Geneviève 98
Larocque, Sebastien 85
Larose, Cassandra 124
Larouche Wilson, Alexa 84
Larsen, Denise 4, 136
Latham, Gary 32
Lau, Karen G.I. 73
Lau, Mark 72
Laura, Rees 67
Laurence, Jean-Roch 84
Laurent, François-Albert 119
Laurier, Catherine 54
Laurin-Landry, Arnaud 43
Laurin-Landry, Daphné 43
Lauzier, Martin 6, 127
Lauzon, André 119
Laverdière, Olivier 85, 95
Lavergne, Karine 11, 75
Laverty, Susann 5
Laverty, William 98
Laviolette, Valérie 92
Lavoie, Francine 113
Lavoie, Jennifer 22, 43
Lavoie, Kim 13, 05, 134, 136
Lawrie, Tricia 5
Lawson, Karen 119
Lazar, Noah 111
Lazinski, Marysia 17
Le, Bonnie 84
Leather, Phil 7
Lebel, Alexandre 126
LeBlanc, Claire 43
Leblanc, Geneviève 45
LeBlanc, Josée 119
Leblanc, Samuel 114
Leclerc, C. 130
Leclerc, Charles 67
Leclerc, Jean-Simon 8, 145, 146
Lecomte, Tania 92, 93, 133
Lecours, Serge 125
Leduc, Karissa 23
Lee, Angelina 127
Lee, Carolyne 142
Lee, Catherine 59, 94, 100, 102,
130
Lee, Helen 8, 125
Lee, Kibeom 2, 97, 121
Lee, Matthew 127
Lees, Robert 3
Lefebvre, Jordan 43
Legare-Saint-Laurent, Eugénie 10
Legault, Lysiane 131
Léger, Mélanie 119
Lehmann, Wolfgang 38
Leith, Scott 56
Lekes, Natasha 68
Lemaire, Andréanne 61
LeMoult, Joelle 97
Lemyre, Louise 2, 7, 123
Leon, Stephanie 93
Lepage, Émilie 108
Lerman, Bethany 22, 98
Lerner, Sasha 143
Lero, Donna 7
Leschied, Alan 14, 89, 108
Leth-Steensen, Craig 34, 116
Leung, Jia 59
Leung, Kevin 119
Léveillé, Christian 45
Levesque, Annabel 108
Levine, Amanda 142
Levis, Brooke 94, 104
Levy, Bianca 22
Levy, Hannah 96
Levy, Joshua 71
Lewis, Sara 2
Lewis, Stephen 98
Liang, Lindie 39
Libbey, Heather 4
Libman, Eva 132, 134
Linden, Wolfgang 13, 71, 96, 103,
116, 121, 146
Lindsey, S. 130
Linnen, Anne-Marie 12
Lisaingo, Simon 28, 127
Lishak, Victoria 98, 99
Litchmore, Rashelle 39
Little, Dawn 32
Litwin, Leah 146
Liu, Cindy Xiaocen 119
Liu, Irene 134
Liu, Jenny Jing Wen 44
Liu, Sarah 62
Liu, Yongmei 11
Lix, Lisa 110
Lizdek, Ivana 85
Ljubic, Alexandra 120
Lloyd, Caleb 83
Lo, Lai Kwan Shirley 4
Lock, Jennifer 30
Lockhart, Lauren 69
Loewen, Jewel 110
Logan, John 33, 34, 124
Logsetty, Sarvesh 112, 136
Londei-Shortall, Jessica 23
Longman, R 87, 89
Longpré, Nicholas 81
Longpré, Philippe 9, 128
Longpré-Langlois, Cloé 25
Lopata, Joel 28
Lopez Zunini, Rocio 63
Lorent, Andra 22, 37
Lortie Forgues, Hugues 64
Losier, Valérie 36
Lou, Evelina 59, 128
Louise, Éthier 35
Loutzenhiser, Lynn 22, 36
Lovasz, Nathalie 68
Love, William 99
Low, Nancy 23, 97, 98, 103
Loza, Wagdy 89, 144
Lubemsky, Nikki 4
Luce, Christelle 133
Ludmer, Jaclyn 99
Lukacik, Eden-Raye 2
Lumley, Margaret 22, 27, 93, 97,
98, 102
Lussier, Yvan 13, 96, 113, 115
Lustig, Kari 98
Lutfy, Michael-Anthony 81
Ly, Jin 18
Ly, Linda 23
Lyerly, Jordan 25
Lynskey, Michael 117
Lysaker, Paul 93
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M. Brambati, Simona 62
Ma, Christine 134
Ma, Liang 86
Ma, Zhu 20
Macaulay, Chrissy 18
Macaulay, Christianne 96, 99
Macdonald, Brent 32
MacDonald, Emma 18
MacDonald, Geoff 77
MacDonald, Tara 120
MacEacheron, Melanie 119
Macgregor, Emily 140
MacIntosh, Heather 87, 89, 107
Mackenzie, Angel 34
Mackenzie, Gina 96
Mackinnon, Sean 38, 118, 119,
122, 135
MacKinnon, Stacey 3, 44, 85, 120
MacLaren, Vance 132
MacLean, Alistair 65
Maclean, Kim 43
MacLean, Kim 96 , 99
MacLellan, Aleka 9 , 9 , 9
Macleod, Colin 71
MacLeod, Jessica 44 , 85
Macneil, Matthew 120 , 122
MacNeill, A. Luke 68
MacNeill, Arin 17
Madill, Devon 81
Maiolino, Nadia 99, 121
Maitland, Scott 133
Maizo, Diana 69
Majed, Lorna 63, 66
Makaji, Teodora 8
Malange, Ramsay 68
Malcuit, Gérard 21
Male, Dana 131
Malkin, Jessica 69
Malloy, David 62
Mallya, Sasha 77
Malo, Marie 7, 10, 128
Malone, Judi 47, 48
Mancini, Barbara J. 73
Maras, Danijela 95
Marcantoni, Walter 43
Marchand, Alain 112
Marchand, André 131
Marcil, Evelyne 64
Marcotte, Diane 131
Marcoux, Sophie 134
Marcus, Jennifer 67
Marfull Jensen, Marisol 23
Markiewicz, Dorothy 24
Markon, Kristian 16
Markovic, Martina 40
Markovits, Henry 64
Markusoff, Jeffrey 11
Marquardt, Mary 66
Marshall, Candace 96
Marshall, S. 130
Marshall, Sheila 1
Marshall, Shiela 20
Marshall, William (Bill) 46
Martin, Isabelle 25
Martin, Jodi 37, 127
Martin, Nicholas 117
Marton, John 44
Mask, Lisa 114
Massé, Marjolaine 133
Massfeller, Helen 1
Mastoras, Sarah 27, 28, 29
Matchullis, Ryan 21, 25, 27, 28
Mathesius, Jeffrey 122
Mathieu, Cynthia 9, 96, 117
Matti, Sarde 69
Maximenco, Artur 89
Maymon, Rebecca 28, 44
Mayo, Nancy 62
Mazmanian, Dwight 81, 102, 116
Mbekou, Valentin 131
McArthur, Erin 24
McAuley, Tara 110
McAuslan, Pam 69, 70, 82
McBride, Hillary 60
McCabe, Randi 19, 97, 126
McCabe-Bennett, Hanna 77
McCaffrey, Adam 123
McCaffrey, Sarah 86
McCallum, Ross 36
McCann, Doug 40, 121
McCloskey, Lauren-Grace 63
McConnell, William 44
McCormick, N. 130
McCormick, Sarah 91
McCorriston, James 60
McCrimmon, Adam 25, 28, 29
McCrystal, Kalie 135
McCunn, Lindsay 88
McCutcheon, Jessica 69
McDermott, Rebecca 96, 101, 116
McDivitt, Karmen 97
McDougall, Melanie 8
McGee, Grant 65
McGee, Shawna 36
McGrath, Daniel 133
McGrath, Patrick 5, 18, 120
McIlwraith, Bob 53
McIntyre, Julie 23
McKee, Jackson 135
McKee, William 58
McKelvie, Stuart 43
McKenzie, Holly 61
McKeough, Trish 51
McKinnon, Jacqueline 98
McLarnon, Matt 8
McLarnon, Matthew 9
McLellan, Lianne 33, 48, 76
McMullen, Linda 14
McMurtry, C Meghan 135
McNall, Miles 22
McNamara, P. 130
McNeely, Heather 103
McNeill, Bethany 43
McQuaid, Sarah 82
McShane, Kelly 124, 124, 136
McWilliams, Lachlan 98, 136
Medved, Maria 36, 61, 112, 136
Meek, Fiona 28
Mehraban, Nasima 41
Mehrabkhani, Saba 38, 39
Meilleur, Dominique 43, 80, 99
Meindl, Susan 78
Meisner, Kate 133
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Mélanie, Bélanger 35
Meldrum, Jennifer 92
Meller, Caleb 4
Menard, Jessica 99
Ménard, Julie 6, 7
Menard, Julie 68
Menna, Rosanne 24, 27, 97
Merali, Noorfarah 39
Merali, Zul 11
Mercier, Céline 23
Merrells, Kris 120
Merri, Maryvonne 30, 43
Mesquida, Laure 131
Messer-Engel, Karen 32
Metcalfe, Rebecca 51, 99
Mewhort-Buist, Tracy 99
Meyer, John 76
Miceli, Paula 99
Michaud, Camille 43
Michaud, Nicola 132
Michel, Natalie Marie 94
Mielko, Stephanie 83
Mihaljevich, Joseph 4
Mikail, Sam 30
Miletic, Blanka 40
Milette, Katherine 100
Millang, Maria 82
Miller, Delyana 67
Miller, Jessie 94
Miller, Norine 110
Miller, Syd 62
Milligan, Karen 28, 51
Milliken, Heather 132
Milller, Nicolle 64
Mills, Laura 124
Milman, Evgenia 99, 145
Milot, Tristan 22
Milyavskaya, Marina 118
Mimouni, Zohra 86
Mintah, Kojo 20
Miquelon, Paule 34, 45
Miranda, Dave 21, 43, 85
Mirowska, Agata 86
Mitchell, Damon 82
Mitchell, Kristi 28
Mitchell, Laura 32, 85, 120
Mitrovic, Natasa 45, 133
Miyanishi, Kristy 4
Mizevich, Jane 69
Mobilizing Minds Research Group,
MM 102
Moeller, Christin 9, 120
Mohamed Said, Lyakout 23
Mohanty, Suvankar 125
Molson, Rebecca 33
Monaghan, Genevieve 100
Monette, Michelle 67
Mongrain, Myriam 93
Monson, Candice 54, 77, 98, 136
Monson, Eva 140
Montembeault, Maxime 23, 62
Montembeault, Patricia 123
Montpetit, Carlie 133
Moon, Michele 92
Moon, Miea 142
Moore, Chris 24
Moore, Jennifer 69
Moore, Kelsey 61
Moore, Lynne 92
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Moore, Tim 73
Moores, Lisa 39, 99
Morach, Judy 61
Moreno, Erika 94, 99
Morgan, Debra 62
Morgan, Terina 28
Morin, Alexandre 96
Morin Duchesne, Xavier 65
Morinville, Amélie 43
Morissette, Laurence 15
Morizot, Julien 21
Morris, Eric 110
Morrison, Kelsey 133
Morrison, Melanie 69
Morrison, Todd 40, 48, 114
Morton, J. Bruce 102
Moses, Donald 53
Mosewich, Amber 42
Mossiere, Annik 82
Mothersill, Kerry 53, 71, 77, 143
Mottron, Laurent 26, 63, 64
Moule, Christopher 84, 85
Moule, Kimberly 41, 84
Moullec, Gregory 105
Moulson, Margaret 20, 24, 39, 46,
65, 72
Moumne, Samira 29, 101, 102
Mu, Frank 39
Muir, Nicole 61
Muis, Krista 29
Muise, Amy 86, 103, 113, 117
Murdoch, Douglas 33, 99
Murdoch, Kenneth 67
Mureika, Juanita 104
Murkar, Anthony 68
Murphy, Valerie 120
Murray, Stuart 38
Muscat, Saara 123
Mushquash, Aislin 61, 94, 97, 100,
122
Mushquash, Christopher 55, 61,
94, 97, 100, 117
Mussell, Bill 13
Myatt, Adam 41
Myers, Sharon 57
myers-stewart, Kaia 65
Myhr, Gail 101
Mykota, David 4, 61
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Na, Sumin 39, 52
Nachar, Nadim 132
Nader, Anne-Marie 67
Nadorp, E. 130
Nagasawa, Sachiko 125, 126
Najih, Mariam 39, 52
Nakamura, Nadine 52
Namdari, Reyhane 47
namdari, reyhaneh 110
Naraghi, Negin 3, 52
Nashef, Karim 82
Nathan, Howard 134
Nealis, Logan 120
Neimeyer, Robert 99
Nelson, Rebecca 91
Neufeld, Brigitte 4
Neufeld, Katelin 113
Neves, Amanda 86
Neville, Helen 52
Newby-Clark, Ian 114, 116
Newman, Jennifer 82
Newman, Kristin 100, 134
Newton, Amanda 93
Ng, Alvina 103
Ng, Andy 77
Ng, Eddy 10
Ng, Jenny 11
Nguyen, Andrew 100
Nguyen, Hien 61
Nguyen, Mai Nhu 85, 86, 116
Nicholaichuk, Terry 18
Nickel, J 136
Nicol, Hilary 3
Nicpon, Katarzyna 100
Nikitiuk, Stephanie 100
Nikol, Maria 68
Nilsen, Elizabeth 99, 110
Nisbet, Elizabeth 86
Nizami, Diana 39
Nnorom, Shawn 85
Noble, Rick 26, 95
Noel, Valerie 101
Nordstokke, David 21, 27, 28, 29,
60
Norman, Cameron 15
Norman, Julie 24
Noruziaan, Sepideh 35
Novak, Kelcie 36
Nowakowski, Matilda 44
Nowicki, Elizabeth 28
Nunes, Kevin 109
Nunes, Monica 102
Nussbaum, David 11, 33, 54, 55,
81, 89, 144
Nzokem, Aubain 135
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O’Brien, James 112
O’Brien, Lori 133
O’Brien, Robyn 100, 133
O’Connell, Megan 62
O’Connor, Brian 81
O’Connor, Roisin 38, 61, 133
O’Doherty, Kieran 31, 135
O’Driscoll, Lauren 120
O’Loughlin, Erin 23
O’Loughlin, Jennifer 23
O’Neil, Ashlyne 115, 120
O’Neil, Brianna 69
O’Neill, Patrick 9
O’Neill, Thomas 8
O’Neill, Tom 6
O’Sullivan, Lucia 76, 129
Oakes, Harrison 21
Oddie, Scott 62
Offrey, Laura 26
Ogloff, James 18, 111
Ogniewicz, Avital 100
Ogunfowora, Tunde 9
Ogura, Lucas 11, 54, 55
Oinonen, Kirsten 116
Olds, Janet 135
Olson, James 83
Olver, Mark 18, 82
Ormston, The Honourable Mr. Justice Edward 53
Orton, Laura 82
Orwig, Janet 32, 33
Osborne, Danny 118
Osmond, Martin 93
Ossa-Cornejo, Carlos 23
Otchet, Felicia 145
Ouellet, Karine 105, 134
Ouellet, Marie-Christine 92
Ouellet-Courtois, Catherine 100
Overmars, Danika 4, 68
Owen, Jess 11
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Padecky, Justin 120
Page-Gould, Elizabeth 16, 115
Paivio, Sandra 143
Pakzad, Sarah 24, 67
Pan, Bing-Yi 53
Panaccio, Alexandra 1
Papequash, Elder Campbell 61
Papineau, L. 130
Papineau, Marie 104, 131
Pappalardo, Alyssa 95, 101
Paquin, Chantal 36
Paquin, Karine 92
Parackel, Jayanthi 28
Parada, Filomena 20
Parent, Geneviève 54, 81
Parent, Véronique 21
Parenteau, Chloé 146
Parikh, Preeyam 125
Park, Jungkyu 68
Parker, James 23, 59, 60, 100,
118, 133
Parlow, Shelley 20
Partnership, YLEC 109
Pasiak, Cassandra 24
Paskus, Thomas 134
Paterson, Ashley 24
Paterson Linares, Susana Karen 9
Patrick, Davidson 67
Patrick, Giselle 82
Patricny, Nicol 4
Patry, Marc 79
Paulhus, Delroy 104, 119
Paulin, Marie-Claire 67
Paulovic, Stefan 133
Pavilanis, Alan 132, 134
Peach, Jennifer 11
Pearce, Sean 2
Peet, Christopher 46
Peetz, Johanna 56, 114, 115
Pei, Jacqueline 67, 106
Pelletier, Amy 24
Pelletier, Luc 6, 42, 75
Pelletier, Petrina 67
Pelletier, Renée 120
Pelletier-Dumas, Mathieu 120
Péloquin, Katherine 12, 12, 93,
107, 134
Peluso, Daniel 130
Penalosa, Laura 23
Pencer, Alissa 132
Penney, Alexander 109
Penney, Samantha 9
Penney, Stephanie 80
Peppler, Debra 124
Peranandan, Vinusiya 2
Pereira, Effie 95
Pereira, Liane 22
Pereira, Liane C. 23
Peretz, Isabelle 52
Perico, Chiara 26
Perlman, Michal 24
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Perrault, Rachael 91
Perreault, Audrey 30
Perreault, Dominique 114, 122, 124
Perreault, Stéphane 75, 84, 114,
116
Perron, Jeff 36, 124
Perron, Jeffrey 59
Perunovic, Elaine 117
Perunovic, Mihailo 117
Pesci, Sierra 135
Peters, Lacey 122
Peterson-Badali, Michele 73, 91
Petry, Nancy 133
Petter, Mark 13, 18, 120
Pettifor, Jean 111
Petty, Sarah 120
Pfisterer, Kaylen 63
Pham, Quynh 121
Phaneuf, Julie-Élaine 8, 10
Philippi, Whitney 60
Phillips, Marjory 28, 51
Phills, Curtis 51, 75, 76 , 119
Piasentin, Kelly 11
Piché, Geneviève 59
Pickel, Laurel 108
Pickering, Alayna 24
Pickering, Barbara 105
Pickett, Teila 70
Piekarski, Sarah 28
Piitz, Jessica 24
Pilkington, Alyssa 121
Pineau, Stephanie 6
Pineault, Jessica 108
Ping, Song 11, 54, 55
Pinsent, Celine 123
Piran, Niva 69, 125,126
Pishva, Rana 74
Pitre-d’Iorio, Marie-Pier 100
Plaks, Jason 121
Plant, Lisa 107
Plesa, Patric 19
Plint, Geoffrey 41
Plourde, Annik 105, 134
Poirier, Kathryn 4
Poirier, Marie-Andrée 59
Poirier, Martine 131
Poirier, Nicole 94, 97, 100
Poirier, Sabrina 9
Poitras, Julien 131
Polak, Emily 1, 20
Pole, M. 130
Pollock, Bruce 16
Polotskaia, Anna 25
Pomerleau, Andrée 21
Pomerleau, Myriam 100
Poole, Heather 10
Poolokasingham, Gauthamie 52
Popadiuk, Natalee 1, 5, 20
Pope, Kristina 10
Popham, James 4
Porten, Marie-Lisa 118
Porter, Charity 85
Porter, Stephen 79 81, 82, 114, 122
Portt, Erika 100
Potter, Meghan 36
Potvin, Stéphane 92
Poulin, Carmen 62, 70
Poulin, Francois 22
Poulin, François 24, 25
Poulin, Patricia 134
Poulin-Dubois, Diane 22, 23
Pouliot, Lyne 101
Pound, M. Sol 121
Powell, Deborah 10
Powell, Nea 10
Powell, Russell 122, 136
Power, Wanda 87
Pozzulo, Joanna 82
Predovan, David 108
Prentice, Jennifer 84
Presseault, Stéphanie 85
Preston, Jane 61
Price, Heather 81, 83
Price, Jill 24
Priemer, Margaret 100
Prime, Heather 24
Prince-Embury, Sandra 29
Prior, Alexandra 118
Prosser, Allison 36, 84
Provencher, Martin 101, 102
Pruegger, Dr. Valerie 37
Pruegger, Valerie 39
Psaradellis, Cynthia 68
Pugh, Nicole 106
Pukall, Caroline 41, 87, 103, 135
Puliafico, Anthony 102
Pullmer, Rachelle 103
Purcell-Lévesque, Coralie 12, 95,
107, 115
Purdon, Scot 67, 98
Purnell, Heather 43
Puscarenco, Andrei 123
Pusch, Dennis 143
Pychyl, Timothy 121
Pye, Kathleen 20
Q
Quaife, Terra 4
Quigley, Leanne 39
Quilty, Lena 15 , 16 , 16
Quinlan, Chelsea 125
R
Racine, Aimy 121
Radil, Amanda 26, 29, 106
Radomski, Sidney 99
Radomsky, Adam 96, 100, 101,
102
Radtke, H. Lorraine 69
Radtke, Sarah 42
Raheb, Hana 86
Rahimi, Sonia 28, 29, 121
Raja, Usman 1
Rallo, Joseph 17, 32
Randle, Jason 121
Ranellucci, John 44
Rao, Arshdeep 24
Rasmussen, Carmen 67
Rasmussen, Kyler 121
Ratelle, Catherine 5
Ratto, Nicolina 24
Rawana, Alana 95, 101
Rawana, Edward 132
Rawana, Jennine 61, 73
Raynaud, Jean-Philippe 131
Razykov, Ilya 130
Reale, Kylie 80
Récopé, Michel 43
Reed, Whitney 29
Rees, L. 130
Reeve, Charlie 25
Regev, Rotem 17, 37
Rehman, Uzma 85, 110
Reid, Graham 1, 102
Reid, Luc 21
Reidpath, Amanda 133
Relkov, Tonia 121
Remple, Miranda 4
Renaud, Jesse 101
Renaud, Johanne 131
Renaud Fournier, Tania 37
Rennie, David 70
Renny, Katerina 5
Reyes, Nicole 39
Reynolds, Ashley 61, 133
Rezazadeh, Shohreh 74
Rhonda, Feldman 17
Rice, Marnie 15
Richard, Hélène 78
Richards, Jennifer 24, 101
Richardson, Jodie 91
Riemer, Manuel 48, 109
Riendeau, Coralie 42
Rigotti, Thomas 56
Rimas, Heather 83
Rinc, Katerina 101
Rinfret, Natalie 119
Ring, Christopher 105
Ringo, Jason 47
Rints, Ami 110
Riopka, Samantha 82
Ritchie, Kerri 69
Riven, Levi 133
Rizvi, Sana 51
Rizzo, Dorrie 132, 134
Rnic, Katerina 103, 116
Robaey, Philippe 134
Roberge, Maude 36
Roberge, Pasquale 101
Robertson, Sharon 3, 5
Robinson, A 100
Robinson, Dana 37
Robinson, Jeffrey 121
Robinson, Katherine 24
Robinson, Kelley 120
Rocchi, Meredith 74, 125
Rocque, Rhéa 108
Rodger, Dr. Susan 28
Rodger, Susan 108
Rodrigo, Achala 64, 121
Rodrigue, Guillaume 132
Rodrigues, Monyka 23
Rogal-Black, Laura 10
Rogala, Linda 110
Roger, Kerstin 36
Rogers, Maria 25, 93
Romano, Elisa 130
Romanow, Heather 134
Rombough, Adrienne 65
Rooney, Bryan 67
Roper, Leslie 67
Rosenbaum, Joseph 118
Rosenfeld, Barry 80
Ross, Charlotte 61
Ross, Erin 70, 132
Ross, Lynda 16, 19
Rossi, Erika 24
Rothstein, Mitch 8
Rouse, Colin 132
Rouse, Jen 44, 136
Roussy, Cindy 62
Rowa, Karen 126
Rowbotham, Melissa 28
Rowett, Jenny 5
Rowsell, Marsha 101
Roy, Joanne 92
Roy, Sylvie 42
Ruglis, Jessica 30, 43
Rule, Nicholas 86, 114
Ruocco, Anthony 16, 64, 65, 66,
93, 95, 98, 101, 121
Rushani, Florida 134
Rushe, Damien 40
Russell, Jennifer 101
Russo, Natalie 22
Rutledge, Lisa 91
Ryan, Deirdre 37
Ryder, Andrew 38, 40, 73, 77, 144
Ryder, Andrew G. 2, 40
Rynn, Moira 102
S
Sabiston, Catherine 42
Sabourin, Stéphane 12, 13, 113,
115
Sadler, Pamela 85
Sadykova, Nazgul 144
Safar, Kristina 24
Safdar, Saba 37, 39, 59
Saffer, Boaz 66, 98
Safinuk, Danaka 69
Saïd, Sarah 2
Saint-Laurent, Marie 98
Sakinofsky, Isaac 70
Saklofske, Don 42
Saklofske, Donald 28, 29, 60,
89, 108
Salomone, Geno 91
Sampasivam, Lavanya 29
Sampasivam, Sinthujaa 39, 127
Sánchez-Sosa, Juan José 117
Sanderson, Carleigh 60
Sandhar, Sharni Takahashi 59
Sandra, Paivio 94
Sangster, Sarah 119
Sankar, Janani 2, 76
Sansfaçon, Sophie 44
Santisteban, Jose 12
Santor, Darcy 94, 99, 100
Sareen, Jitender 112, 136
Sartoris, Nicki 61
Saumier, Daniel 12
Savalei, Victoria 111
Savard, Cathy 132
Savard, Claudia 113
Savard, Josée 92, 109, 114,
115, 134
Savard, Marie-Hélène 109
Savoie, André 7, 8, 10, 127, 128,
145, 146
Saxe, Amanda 24
Saxton, Elisabeth 92
Scannell, Leila 88
Scerbe, Andrea 75
Schell, Sarah 101
Schellenberg, Benjamin 121
Schermer, Julie 114, 117
Scheuneman Scott, Isabel 2
Schiller, Ashley 29
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Schlagintweit, Hera 132
Schmidt, Fred 27, 81, 82, 95
Schneider, Andrea 20
Schneider, Leann 10
Schneider, Travis 10
Schoenherr, Jordan 33, 63, 64, 65
Schoenherr, Jordan Richard 124
Schraeder, Kyleigh 145, 145, 145,
145
Schramm, David 135
Schroeder, Meadow 76
Schuller, Regina 129
Schwartz, Kelly 24, 30, 113
Schwartz, Kelly Dean 21
Schwartzman, Deborah 70, 71, 145
Sciaraffa, Jessica 121
Scoboria, Alan 64
Scott, Katreena 27, 57, 96, 97, 98
Scott, Shannon 93
Scott, Shawna 24
Scott, Terri-Lynne 74
Scott-Lowery, L. 130
Scurich, Nicholas 109
Seah, Suzanne 145
Sears, Christopher 100
Sears, Greg 10
Seguin, M. 130
Sehgal, Sonya 39, 105, 123
Senécal, Catherine 91
Senghera, Natasha 65
Senn, Charlene 69, 114, 129
Senn, Jessica 96, 102
Serin, Ralph 80, 82, 83
Serravalle, Lisa 12
Service, John 144
Seto, Michael 15
Sexton, Kathryn 110
Sexton, Lorne 91
Shah, Shalaka 29
Shamblaw, Amanda 92, 101
Shannon, Amy 132
Shapiro, Amy 29
Sharan, Tanvi 67
Sharif-Razi, Maryam 101
Sharma, Divya 59
Sharpe, Donald 88
Shaughnessy, Krystelle 76, 103
Shaver, Phillip 12
Shaw, Dr. Steven 26
Shaw, Steven 22, 26, 27, 28, 29,
101, 102
Shead, Will 133
Sheahan, Chelsea 82
Sheiner-Moss, Ellen 37
Shelley, Amanda 135
Sheppard, Christine 63
Sheppard, Michael 79, 107
Sheptycki, Amanda 145
Sher, Kenneth 38
Sherry, Dayna 101, 117, 120, 122,
135
Sherry, Simon 101, 117, 118, 120,
122, 133, 135
Shih, Cynthia 146
Shiozaki, Lisa 84
Short, Kathy 108
Short, Megan 102, 122
Shriner, Alexandra 111
Shriner, Alix 5
Siklos-Whillans, James 8
166
Silvestri, Robert 27
Simpson, Alexander 80
Sinacore, Ada 33, 44, 48, 57, 74,
143
Sinclair, Carole 111, 142
Sinclair, Lisa 120
Sinclair, Roxane 119
Sinclair, Sarah 82
Singh, Jagjit 104, 130
Singhal, Anthony 5
Sioufi, Rana 128
Sirois, Fuschia 32
Sirois, Marie-Josée 92
Sirois-Leclerc, Héloïse 122, 124
Sit, Victoria 129
Sivathasan, Shalini 102
Skilling, Tracey 73, 74, 83, 91
Skinner, Nicholas 33, 45, 127
Skorska, Malvina 42
Skowronski, Mark 86
Skrypnek, Berna 37
Sladeczek, Ingrid 23, 143
Slaney, Kathleen 68, 87
Slater, Stephanie 17
Small, Rebecca 134
Smeth, Angela 82
Smibert, Dylan 6
Smith, Amanda 29
Smith, Andra 63
Smith, Carlyle 68
Smith, Carrie 15
Smith, Catherine 21
Smith, Jamie 82
Smith, Martin 29, 122
Smith, Michelle 4
Smith, Nathan 41, 135
Smith, Philip 36, 59
Smith, Shauna 9
Smith, Steven 79, 80, 119
Smythe, William 32, 62, 112
Snyder, Joseph 16, 19, 108
Socholotiuk, Krista 20
Sohn, Manon 23
Solopieieva-Jurcikova, Liza 2
Somerville, Gail 135
Son Hing, Leanne 11
Sordes, Charlotte 86
Sorge, Geoff 95
Sornberger, Michael 42
Soucy, Isabelle 102
Soucy, Joelle 102
Soulières, Isabelle 67
South, Jessica 24
Spadafora, Kylie 86
Spanierman, Lisa 39, 52
Specht, Dr. Jacqueline 28
Specht, Jacqueline 40
Speirs, Calandra 100
Spielmann, Stephanie 77
St-Jean, Étienne 9
St-Laurent, Diane 22
St-Laurent, Julie 141
St-Martin, Karel-Ann 115
St-Onge, Janie 36, 37
St-Pierre, Renée 25, 134
St-Sauveur, Catherine 128
Stacey-Holmes, Tyler 32, 47, 58,
74, 88, 106
Stamoulos, Constantina 71
Standing, Lionel 63
Stankovich, Mallory 70
Stanton, Sarah 119
Starzyk, Katherine 113
Stead, Rebecca 122
Steel, Joanne 124
Stefanik, Laura 95
Steffler, Dorothy 67
Steg, Linda 88
Stege, Rachel 4
Steiger, Howard 97, 100
Stein, Mark 12
Stelmaszczyk, Kelly 70, 71
Stelnicki, Andrea 29
Stelzl, Monika 122
Stephen, Joanne 131
Stermac, Lana 129
Stern, Melissa 29, 101, 102
Stevanovski, Biljana 65
Steve, Curadeau 103
Stevenson, Pamela 65
Stewart, Don 102
Stewart, Donald 93, 97, 102
Stewart, Donna 31, 129
Stewart, Jillian 22
Stewart, Sherry 38, 118, 120, 122,
125, 132, 133, 135
Stewart, Suzanne 45, 47, 125
Stillar, Amanda 122
Stones, George 142
Stout, Dale 37, 72, 134, 135
Stovold, Alexa 109
Straehle, Svenja 119
Strating, Michael 102
Stratton, Natalie 77
Stravynski, Ariel 130
Striemer, Chris 60
Stroink, Mirella 113
Struthers, C. Ward 123
Struthers, C.Ward 119
Struthers, Ward 51
Stuckless, Noreen 70
Stuss, Donald 75
Su, Chang 86
Su, Yanjie 36
Suehn, Megan 2, 52
Sugden, Nicole 20, 46, 65, 72
Sultan, Serge 90, 105, 134, 141
Summerfeldt, Laura 60
Sun, Jiahong 40, 77
Sunohara, Momoka 2
Sunshine, Brad 69
Surette, Christophe 78
Surprenant, Aimee 127
Suschinsky, Kelly 110, 123, 124
Sussman, Reuven 88
Sverdlik, Anna 29, 44, 121
Swaine, Bonnie 92
Swampy, Stacey 61
Swartzman, Leora 91, 122
Swinson, Richard 102
Syed, Tara 102
Syrette, Jessica 125
T
Tackett, Jennifer 24
Taddeo, Danielle 99
Tafrate, Raymond 82
Taha, Sheena 66
Taillefer, Stephanie 98
Takacs, Trista 2
Talaei, Amirreza 8, 10
Talbot, France 100
Taler, Vanessa 63
Tali, Boritz 94
Talisman, Emad 64
Tallon, Kathleen 72
Talwar, Victoria 23
Tan, E. 130
Tan, Josephine 92, 93, 95, 96, 101
Tang, Theresa 25
Tanguay, Annick 65, 67
Tanner, Jessica 142
Tardif, Pier-Alexandre 14
Tarraf, Rima 10
Tasca, Giorgio 69
Tataryn, Douglas 46
Tavakoli, Mahin 38
Tavares-Jones, Nancy 128
Taylor, D.M. 116
Taylor, Donald 31, 84, 114
Taylor, Robyn 60
Taylor, Whitney 59, 102
Teatero, Missy 15, 74, 109, 116,
125, 130
Tekok-Kilic, Ayda 60
Temcheff, Caroline 25, 134
ten Brinke, Leanne 79, 81, 82, 122
Teo, Thomas 76
Tessier, Danielle 92
Thakrar, Sulaye 112, 136
Thaler, Lea 100
Thanabalasingam, Yathu 2
Thannhauser, Jennifer 76
Thaw, Amanda 36
Therrien, Héloïse 21
Therrien, Natalie 83
Thibeau, Sherilyn 62
Thibodeau, Marie-Ève 113
Thivierge, Jean-Philippe 60, 63, 85
Thomas, Charmaine 134
Thomas, Émilie 12
Thomasdottir, Solveig 82
Thombs, Brett 73, 94, 95, 100, 104,
129, 130
Thompson, Ashley 65, 76
Thompson, Carmen 105, 113
Thompson, Katherine 145
Thompson, Megan 11
Thomson, Chelsea 26
Thomson, Robert 64, 65
Thorngate, Warren 130
Tian, Si Victoria 67, 98
Tibbo, Philip 65, 67, 98, 132
Tibbs, Anthony 116
Tierney, Mary 13
Tiessen, Melissa 14, 17
Timm, Maria 5
Timmermanis, Victoria 102
Timmers, Amanda 123, 124
Timmons Fritz, Patti 80
Titone, Stefania 35
Titus, Jennifer 57
Tkachuk, Michelle 97
Tkatchouk, Masha 68
Tobon, Juliana 1
Tohver, Gillian 42
Toll, Kendal 30
Tomaro, Jann 94, 102
Tomlinson, Monica 62, 122, 138
Tong, Man-On 86
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Tonks, Randal 112
Toombs, Elaine 5
Toth, Lauren 69
Tougas, Francine 119
Trachtenberg, Lianne 125, 126
Tran, Jessica 40
Trapnell, Paul 115
Trehub, Sandra 52
Tremblay, Christophe 35, 65
Tremblay, Isabelle 7, 10, 128
Tremblay, Jacques 12
Tremblay, Richard 22
Trepanier, Lyane 71
Trépanier, Sarah-Geneviève 11,
112
Tripp, Dean 136
Tristan, Milot 35
Troister, Talia 102
Trottier, Christiane 42
Trudel-Fitzgerald, Claudia 114, 115
Truscott, Derek 5
Tskhay, Konstantin 86
Tucci, Natasha 30
Tudor, Iulia 40, 116
Tullo, Domenic 64
Tung, Michael 92
Turcotte, Fanny Maude 21
Turcotte, Kara 97
Tureck, Emily 124
Turgeon, Alexis F. 92
Turgeon, Francesca 119
Turgeon, Marie-Ève 43
Turnbull, Adrienne 11
Turnbull, Kathryn 102
Turner, Lauren 114
Tweed, Roger 2
Ty, Sophie 127
Tzalazidis, Rebecca 11, 54, 55
U
Ulan, Justine 122
Uliaszek, Amanda 92
Ummel, Deborah 72
Unruh, Anita 5
V
Vachon, Mélanie 57, 61, 92, 135
Vaillancourt, Tracy 83
Vaillancourt-Morel, Marie-Pier 13
Valiquette Tessier, Sophie-Claire
70
Valiquette-Tessier, Sophie-Claire
37
Vallee, Daniel 30
Vallerand, Robert 117
van Anders, Sari 18
Van Anders, Sari 110
Van Blyderveen, Sherry 94
van den Ende, Cornelia 129
van den Hoogen, Frank 129
van der Werf, Dan 11
van Jaarsveld, Danielle 56
van Lankveld, Wim 129
van Monsjou, Elizabeth 51
Van Vliet, Dr. Jessica 4
Van Vliet, K Jessica 3, 5, 56
Vanasse-Larochelle, Julien-Pierre
63
VandeKamp, Karen 30
Vandette, Marie-Pier 70
VanZuylen, Heather 0
Vargas Morales, Carmen Ivette 117
Varona Prevez, Laura 25
Vasilovsky, Alexander 42, 69
Vaswani, Mamta 118
Veillette, Sylviane 30
Veitch, Jennifer 20
Veitch Wolfe, Vicky 53, 77
Veitch-Wolfe, Vicky 95
Velyvis, Vytas 111
Venesoen, Philippe 108
Vera-Estay, Evelyn 66
Vernon, Philip 117
Vernon, Phillip 86, 113, 114
Vernon, Tony 86
Vernon, Waleska 108
Veselka, Livia 86, 114, 117
Vesely, Ashley 29, 60, 108
Vézina, Émilie 132
Viau-Guay, Laurence 96
Vicaire, Marsha 62
Vigor, Jana 40
Vilhena-Churchill, Natalie 125
Vincent, Gina 91
Vinskas, Elly 38, 39
Violato, Claudio 72
Vitaro, Frank 22, 23
Vitopoulos, Nina 73
Vodermaier, Andrea 103, 116
Voelker, Sylvia 70, 129
Vohra, Sunita 5
Voloaca, Mihnea 6
Vongpaisal, Tara 21
Votta-Bleeker, Lisa 71, 127
Voyer, Daniel 64, 65
W
Wachala, Elizabeth 40
Wade, Jay 3, 73, 104, 105
Wagner, Amanda 29, 30
Wakefield, Jane 127
Walbourne, Brittany 35
Walczyk, Karolina 42
Walker, John 51, 93, 102, 110
Walker, Lawrence 103, 122
Walker, Teri 61
Wallace, Laurel 134
Walsh, Richard 19, 76
Walsh, Zach 81
Walsh-Bowers, Richard 2
Wan, Cynthia 65
Wanamaker, Kayla 73, 83
Wang, Yunqiao 97, 102
Wang, Zheni 113
Ward, Cindy 56
Wardrop, Kaitlyn 83
Waring, Ellen 103
Waters, N. 130
Watson, David 123
Watson, Lisa 117
Watt, Margo 18, 43, 46, 48, 96, 99
Watters, Carolyn 100, 103
Weaver, Angela 41, 99
Webb, Kathleen 70
Weekes, John 81
Wei, Lan (Mary) 20
Wei, Ran 83
Wei, Xuhua 11
Weibe, Stephanie 3
Weiss, Lawrence 28
Wells, Greg 62
West, Alexandria 40
Westra, Henny 94
Weststar, Johanna 56
Westwood, Marvin 11
Weyers, Jeff 88
Wheatley, Michael 81
Whelan, Deanna 15
Whelton, William 4
White, Catherine 57
White, Lynita 87
Whitfield, Natasha 78, 146
Whitney, Debbie 97
Whyte, Holly 5
Wiener, Dr. Judith 102
Wiener, Judith 58, 93
Wiens, Thomas 103
Wigley, Fred 129
Wild, Cam 98
Wilhelmy, Sarah 95
Wilkins, Leanne 44
Williams, Jaime 62
Williams, Kristen 99, 103
Williams, Shanna 23
Williamson, Linzi 119
Willis-O’Connor, Sariné 4
Williston, Courtney 70
Willment, Jo-Anne 32
Willoughby, Teena 93, 123
Wiloughby, David 22
Wilson, Anne 5, 56, 77, 78
Wilson, Holly 83
Wilson, Keith 98
Wilson, Leah 20
Wilson, Maximiliano 62
Wilson, Tina 3, 5
Wiltshire, Jocelyn 97
Winford, Eboni 25
Winters, Katherine 26, 30
Wintre, Maxine 38, 40
Wohl, Michael 51
Wolfe, Jody 98
Wolforth, Joan 116
Woltering, Steven 99
Wong, Andrew 67
Wong, Elizabeth 97
Wong, Stephen 18
Wong, Ulric 84
Wood, Laura 60
Woodley, Hayden 6, 8, 11
Woods, Meghan 69
Woods, Scarlet 91
Woodworth, Michael 79, 81, 82,
114
Woody, Erik 85
Wormith, Dr. Stephen 82
Wormith, J. Stephen 78
Wormith, Stephen 80
Wrath, Andrew 103
Wreford, Julia 123
Wright, John 12, 107, 115
Wrosch, Carsten 21, 44, 62, 116,
118
Wuerch, Melissa 24, 70
Y
Yakobov, Esther 2, 40
Yang, Daniel 78, 107
Yao, Qianying 120
Yao, Shuqiao 77, 144
Yarrow, Catherine 17
Yek, Ming Hwei 97
Yelle, Martin 11, 83
Yi, Huso 38
Yildirim, Lauren 110
Ying, Miao 36
Yip, Alissa 27
Yong, An Gie 123
Yoon, K. Lira 97
Young, Charlotte 46
Young, Courtney 3
Young, Marta 37, 40
Young, Nancy 134
Young, Rebecca 123
Young, Rebecca Elyse 94
Young, Richard 1, 5, 20, 127
Young, Sandra 71,121
Yousaf, Taooz 39
Ysseldyk, Renate 63
Yu, Hsiu-Ting 68
Yu, Martin 64
Yung, Emily 103
Z
Zacchia, Natalie 18
Zafar, Sadia 40, 70
Zambrana, Aaron 134
Zanette, Sarah 123
Zarina, Tatiana 11
Zelenski, John 6, 86, 120
Zenasni, Franck 90
Zevy, Samantha 27
Zhang, Karen 91, 122
Zhang, Xiaozhou 123
Zhao, Wenfeng 94, 106
Zhao, Yue 40
Zhou, Biru 38, 77, 128, 144
Zhu, Ma 1
Zhu, Xiongzhao 77, 144
Ziegelstein, Roy 129
Zorn, Kimberley 69
Zumbo, Bruno D. 21
Zwiers, Michael 1, 51, 72
X
Xiong, Tracy 38
Xu, Carl 10
Xu, Li Nan 11, 54, 55, 66
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