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Psychology - 22.02.2024
Is it possible to predict when prejudice will occur?

Psychology - 13.02.2024
Q and A with the experts: How does self-esteem affect relationships?
Someone with low self-esteem might assume rejection or neglect, leading to conflict in the relationship In February, as some people's thoughts turn towards romance, what does it take to keep a relationship strong?

Psychology - 08.02.2024
Video game trauma can last for years
Some horror video games leave players with wounds that take a long time to heal, an UdeM researchers finds.

Health - Psychology - 15.01.2024
British Columbians with severe depression pay $700 per week in out-of-pocket costs
British Columbians with severe depression pay $700 per week in out-of-pocket costs
Major depression costs B.C.'s health system more than $1.5 billion over two years, and people diagnosed with the illness are spending even more out of pocket to get treatment.

Health - Psychology - 08.01.2024
Mental health walk-in clinics make a major difference for youths: Western study
Mental health walk-in clinics make a major difference for youths: Western study
A study of mental health walk-in clinics (MHWCs) in Ontario, by Western researchers, has shown this model can save families time, and agencies both time and money by eliminating the need to complete a

Economics - Psychology - 06.12.2023
Do terrorist attacks and mass shootings make big companies more ’honest’
A new study about the effect of terror incidents on financial reporting says they might Terrorist attacks and mass shootings are devastating for the people and communities they affect.

Health - Psychology - 06.12.2023
Decoding aggressive behaviour in autistic children
Two UdeM experts shed light on what triggers some kids with autism or other neurodevelopmental disorders to lash out - and offer ways to cope.

Psychology - Innovation - 05.12.2023
Western prof collaborates with industry for hearing care innovation 
Western prof collaborates with industry for hearing care innovation 
Most have experienced it - struggling to hear a conversation in a noisy restaurant or deciphering a TV dialogue while the dishwasher roars in the background.

Psychology - 24.11.2023
UdeM, McGill to co-host interdisciplinary conference next May
UdeM, McGill to co-host interdisciplinary conference next May

Psychology - Health - 22.11.2023
Feeling stressed? Take a digital mental health vitamin
Research shows the power of AI to develop resilience to day-to-day stressors  A new AI powered app called Joyi can improve users' mood by increasing positive emotions and decreasing negative ones.

Health - Psychology - 03.11.2023
Mental health in the workplace: an ongoing challenge
The latest data from UdeM's Observatory on Health and Well-Being at Work shows that workplaces are still grappling with mental health. In Quebec workplaces, psychological distress and psychotropic drug use have fallen back to prepandemic levels, but symptoms of depression, anxiety and burnout have become more widespread.

Psychology - Health - 11.10.2023
Working with adults with substance-use disorders
Working with adults with substance-use disorders

Health - Psychology - 04.10.2023
Researchers earn Canadian Academy of Health Sciences honours
Researchers earn Canadian Academy of Health Sciences honours

Health - Psychology - 15.09.2023
The anatomy of obsession
A new study sheds light on the specific characteristics of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Psychology - 07.09.2023
Beáta Bőthe focuses on porn
Beáta Bőthe focuses on porn

Psychology - Pedagogy - 30.08.2023
Expert explainer: Back-to-school worries for kids
The back-to-school countdown is on, and parents may be looking for ways to support their children through the anxiety and worry September can bring.

Psychology - 29.08.2023
Study debunks stereotypes about homeless people's spending habits
Study debunks stereotypes about homeless people’s spending habits
Business, Law & Society Dr. Jiaying Zhao The public has the wrong idea about what homeless people would do after coming into a large amount of money.

Health - Psychology - 10.08.2023
Western researchers among 2023 Ontario Women's Health Scholars Award winners
Western researchers among 2023 Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award winners

Psychology - 27.07.2023
Why do people gaslight their romantic partners?

Campus - Psychology - 20.07.2023
Benoit-Antoine Bacon named UBC president
Benoit-Antoine Bacon named UBC president

Health - Psychology - 26.06.2023
Adjusting to life in Canada
Lena Kozyr leaves Ukraine, and begins research at UWaterloo through Scholars at Risk program By Jenna Braun For the Faculty of Health At the beginning of last summer, master's student Lena Kozyr fled

Psychology - 11.05.2023
Why humans respect hard work regardless of results
Why humans respect hard work regardless of results
Have you ever had a co-worker make a big show of how hard they work-even though they don't get great results? They do this because people attach moral value to hard work, something Dr. Azim Shariff calls "effort moralization.

Campus - Psychology - 27.04.2023
Penny Pexman named vice-president (research)
Penny Pexman named vice-president (research)

Health - Psychology - 26.04.2023
Mindfest 2023: Psychiatrist Saadia Sediqzadah offers tips on how to find the right psychotherapist
Mindfest 2023: Psychiatrist Saadia Sediqzadah offers tips on how to find the right psychotherapist

Computer Science - Psychology - 26.04.2023
How do you feel about workplace algorithms that recognize your feelings?

Psychology - 05.04.2023
Cutting down on social media to improve teens and young adults’ body image  

Health - Psychology - 03.04.2023
University of Toronto students lead research to support student mental health
University of Toronto students lead research to support student mental health
Two research teams at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health are studying student mental health in close partnership with the best experts on the subject - students themselves.

Psychology - Health - 13.03.2023
Opening the door to mental health talks with your kids? Western expert recommends this rabbit
Opening the door to mental health talks with your kids? Western expert recommends this rabbit
Poppy the Puppet offers early intervention option for families dealing with children's mental health challenges By Megan Stacey , March 13, 2023 By Megan Stacey , March 13, 2023 Mental health help and a rabbit puppet may seem an unlikely pair.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 13.03.2023
Q&A with Jillian Roberts, 2022 Arts Alumni Achievement Award

Psychology - Innovation - 08.03.2023
Is AI coming for white-collar jobs? A psychology professor finds out the hard way

Art and Design - Psychology - 21.02.2023
Cinema at the service of science
Cinema at the service of science

Psychology - Architecture - 17.02.2023
Condos: status symbol or worrying sign of gentrification?
Condos: status symbol or worrying sign of gentrification?
Some people have a negative emotional response to the proliferation of condos in the Montreal region - and an UdeM doctoral candidate says we should listen to them.

Psychology - 15.02.2023
UBC student spreading cheer with hidden coffee gift cards
UBC student spreading cheer with hidden coffee gift cards

Sport - Psychology - 26.01.2023
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario's Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario's Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).

Psychology - Health - 25.01.2023
University culture and the student mental health crisis

Politics - Psychology - 24.01.2023
Daily dose of politics leads to stress - but avoiding it can hinder civic engagement
From 24-hour news cycles to social media posts from your angry uncle, it's almost impossible not to get a daily dose of politics.

Health - Psychology - 23.01.2023
Using technology to support your mental health

Psychology - Life Sciences - 19.01.2023
Reading the room
AI project to help autistic people interpret emotions better By Charlotte Danby Faculty of Engineering For most of us, social interactions are taxing, tedious or time well spent.

Health - Psychology - 08.12.2022
Lottery Tickets Aren’t Child’s Play

Psychology - Social Sciences - 14.11.2022
Who are the sexual abusers?
Psychologist Jean Proulx, a professor from School of Criminology, has been working for more than 30 years to demystify the process that leads up to sexual assault and find ways to prevent recidivism.

Psychology - Health - 09.11.2022
Support for Ukrainian refugees and caregivers of people with dementia
Mental health support for Ukrainian war refugees in Montreal Even though Ukrainian refugees arriving in Montreal have escaped their war-torn country, many still face considerable challenges - not the least of which are mental health issues.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 09.11.2022
Teaching children to tell the truth, plus other story ideas
Teaching children to tell the truth Teaching children how to be honest can potentially be as easy as teaching them to tie their shoelaces according to Victoria Talwar , from McGill's Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.

Psychology - Health - 09.11.2022
Stories: Childhood honesty, mental health for Ukrainians & support for dementia caregivers

Psychology - 04.10.2022
How the pandemic has impacted counselling services
While the full impact of the pandemic on Canadians' mental health is still unknown, new research at Western will cast light on how COVID-19 affected psychological counselling services, as well as monitor how that changes over the next four years.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 22.09.2022
Naming ceremony honours role in Indigenous mental health
Naming ceremony honours role in Indigenous mental health

Life Sciences - Psychology - 11.08.2022
New paradigm for treating PTSD
New paradigm for treating PTSD
When Dr. Ruth Lanius won her Grade 12 biology award in high school, she had no idea it would change the course of her life.

Health - Psychology - 14.07.2022
Breaking up is hard to do - but many men find healthy ways to cope
Breaking up is hard to do - but many men find healthy ways to cope
The popular stereotype that men don't want support during a breakup, separation or divorce is simply not true, according to a new paper by researchers at the UBC school of nursing.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 15.06.2022
Level Up! Researchers explore impact of gaming on well-being of LGBTQ+ youth
When Dane Marco Di Cesare was a child, he turned to video games for more than entertainment or diversion. As a queer youth, he found them to be a safe place to immerse himself in fantastic worlds - far away from a reality that could be stressful and even unsafe.

Psychology - Campus - 10.06.2022
With her prof's emotional support, University of Toronto grad achieves 'dream' of earning degree
With her prof’s emotional support, University of Toronto grad achieves ’dream’ of earning degree

Health - Psychology - 30.05.2022
Guided by students and experts, University of Toronto rolls out new approach to mental health services delivery
Guided by students and experts, University of Toronto rolls out new approach to mental health services delivery