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News & Events
As part of the 2022-2023 Psychology Colloquium Series, Dr. Heather Neyedli, an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Dalhousie University, will give a talk titled: “From Stroke Rehabilitation to Underwater Mine Detection: Considering Human Technology Interaction to Improve Performance”.
Dr. Neyedli's talk is on November 25th at 3PM in the KCIC Auditorium. All are welcome!
Prof. Anne Sophie Champod was awarded a grant from Nova Scotia health for a proposal titled, "Feasibility and effectiveness of a new computerized treatment protocol for spatial neglect post stroke during inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation." Congratulations Anne Sophie!
Ms. Karen Turner joined the department as our new Administrative Manager. Welcome Karen!
Graduate student Noémie Bergeron-Germain was awarded the 2022 Diversity in Psychology Bursary from the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia. Congratulations Noémie!
Honours students Kim Cadman and Nicola Irvin presented their thesis research at the annual Science Atlantic Psychology conference. Well done Kim and Nicola!
2021 Acadia honours students Abbey Miller, Lindsay Wyatt, Lindsay French and MSc students Catrina MacPhee, Hanna Bincik, and Laura Smith were awarded Certificates of Academic Excellence from the Canadian Psychological Association. Congratulations Abbey, Lindsay (W), Lindsay (F), Catrina, Hanna, and Laura!
Acadia University masters student Noémie Bergeron-Germain shared her research on how executive function can be impacted by racial trauma with CBS's Information Morning.
Acadia psychology professor Dr. Dan Blustein was awarded a grant from Research Nova Scotia for a project titled, "Low-cost virtual reality neurorehabilitation for chronic stroke". Congratulations Dan!
The 2021-2022 Research Nova Scotia annual report highlights recently funded research from the psychology labs of Drs. Kathryn Bell, Anne Sophie Champod, and Daniel Lametti. You can read all about their Research Nova Scotia-funded work here.
Psychology professor Dr. Joseph Hayes was interviewed by CBC Nova Scotia for a radio story about vaccine hesitancy. You can listen to the interview here.
Construction has begun on the new Acadia Centre for Neuroscience and Cognitive Health! A floor of Acadia's psychology building (Horton Hall) is being renovated to house state-of-the-art equipment for cognitive neuroscience. You can read all about the new research centre here.
Psychology professor Dr. Anne Sophie Champod was interviewed for a Salt Wire article titled: "Men less likely to seek medical, mental health help, says Nova Scotia psychologist".
Psychology professor Dr. Diane Holmberg was interviewed for a Salt Wire article titled: "Generational shift in thinking and views on relationships: Why more Atlantic Canadians are opting to stay single or divorce."
Honours student Lindsay Wyatt won the Acadia University Medal in Psychology and the APNS Gerald Gordon Memorial Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Achievement in Psychology; and honours student Robb Tupper won the Science Atlantic Communication Award at the annual Science Atlantic Psychology Conference. Congratulations Lindsay and Robb!
Acadia Psychology professor Dr. Ken Leslie shared his expertise with Quebec Science Magazine for an article about lucid dreaming.
Acadia Psychology professors are in the news! Dr. Kathryn Bell shared her expertise with the Chronicle Herald for a story about COVID conspiracy theories, Dr. Ken Leslie spoke with The Telegram about the influence of advertising on your dreams, and Dr. Randy Newman was featured in an article about "Supermoms" by the Chronicle Herald.
Psychology graduate student Courtney Gosselin's research with Drs. Diane Holmberg (Acadia) and Karen Blair (Trent) on coping during the COVID-19 pandemic was profiled by the Canadian Psychology Association. You can read all about Courtney's research here.
Dr. Anne Sophie Champod was interviewed for an episode of the Research Nova Scotia podcast called, "Retraining the brain".
Drs. Anne Sophie Champod and Daniel Lametti received funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and Research Nova Scotia to construct and equip the Acadia University Centre for Neuroscience and Cognitive Health. You can read about this exciting project here.