Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2017 CPA’s Student Research and Knowledge Dissemination Grants. Click here….
 
Both the Board of Directors and the Scientific Affairs Committee of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) are pleased to announce that the following individuals have been selected as one of the 2017 winners of the CPA’s Student Research and Knowledge Dissemination Grants.  This award recognizes exceptional student research and knowledge dissemination efforts in all areas of psychology.  Grant recipients will receive a cheque for $1,000.00.  Congratulations to all!
 

Name of Grant Recipient
Affiliation
Title/Focus of Research
Anja-Xiaoxing Cui
Queens University
Musical Knowledge in the Brain
Ashlee Kitchenham
University of New Brunswick
Aging-Out of Foster Care: Career Development Success in the Contemporary World of Work
Brooke Beatie
University of Manitoba
Examining the Mental Health Profiles of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Caregivers
Claire Champigny
York University
The Academic Profile of Youth with Pediatric Stroke: Achievements, Challenges and Personal Experiences
Faith Eiboff
University of British Columbia
High Prevalence and Severity of Intimate Partner Violence among Homeless Women with Mental Illness
Kristene Cheung
University of Manitoba
Paternal Depression and Marital Quality: A Meta-Analysis.
Kaitlyn Werner
Carleton University
Understanding the Role of Motivation in the Visual Perception of Desires
Molly Cairncross
University of Windsor
Is your Mind Full? Th Effects of an Internet-delivered Mindfulness-based Intervention on Perceived Stress, Psychological Symptoms, and Emotion Regulation
Nigel Mantou Lou
University of Alberta
Social Comparisons Influence Migrants’ Language Mindsets and Cultural Adjustment
Victoria Ewen
Lakehead University
The Association between Cannabis Use, Affect and Psychiatric Symptoms Using Ecological Momentary Assessments