Upcoming Oral Defences

Chantelle Ivanski – will defend her Thesis entitled: "Judging a Book by its Author’s Gender", on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 12:00pm in 163 Behavioural Science Building. Examining Committee: R. Mar, A. Rutherford, W. Struthers, R. Cribbie

Julian DiGiovanni – will defend his Thesis entitled: "Methodological differences between psychological fields and its impact on questionable research practices", on Monday, September 30, 2019 at 2:30pm in 163 Behavioural Science Building. Examining Committee: C. Green, M. Pettit, M. Herbert, W. Struthers

Magdalena Lysenko – will defend her PhD Dissertation entitled: "Examining Child Development, Behavioral Difficulties, Physical Activity and Healthcare Support in a Group of Canadian Indigenous Children Diagnosed with Epilepsy", on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 2:30pm in 163 Behavioural Science Building. Examining Committee: M. Desrocher, G. Turner, D. Pepler, Y. Bohr, M. Singh, J. Brian

Veerpal Bambrah – will defend her Thesis entitled: "Is Trait Boredom About What You Feel or How You Want to Respond to Boring Situations?", on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 3:00pm in 163 Behavioural Science Building. Examining Committee: J. Eastwood, R. Cribbie, W. Struthers, B. Pilkington

Jala Rizeq – will defend her PhD Dissertation entitled: "An Examination of the Structure and Common Correlates of Three Domains of Contaminated Mindware in Adolescence and Young Adulthood", on Friday, October 11, 2019 at 8:30am in 163 Behavioural Science Building. Examining Committee: M. Toplak, D. Flora, R. Mar, D. McCann, K. Andrews, M. McKinnon