Honours Students (2023/24)
For his honours thesis, Fergus is examining how exposure to ChatGPT impacts students' perceptions of their future career prospects.
Raman is exploring people's beliefs about mindfulness meditation, and how these beliefs might moderate effects of mindfulness on outcomes like memory and stress.
Jamie is interested in experiences of flow, especially among athletes. He is investigating how trait and state flow are related to beliefs about willpower as non-limited.
For her honours research, Emily is conducting a replication study to determine the role of feedback on self-control performance.
Volunteer Research Assistants &
Directed Study Students
Past Honours and Directed Study Students
Madelyn Balough (Honours, 2022/23), How Timing of Disclosure Impacts Perceptions of those with Mental Illness in the Workplace
Jane Beimers (Honours, 2022/23), Exploring the Influence of Empathy and Social Circles on Friendships with People with Disabilities
Muskan Manhas (Honours, 2022/23), Perceived Power’s Impact on Sense of Control & Well-being Within Romantic Relationships
Shiloh Sim (Directed Study, Fall 2022), What does Reddit Say? Self-Regulation Strategies in Goal-Focused Online Communities
Varshaa Kashyap (Honours, 2021/2022), Predictors of Belief in Intergenerational Friendship
Jasleen Rakkar (Honours, 2021/2022), Positive Expectancy and Mindful Meditation
Fergus Dalton (Directed Study, Winter 2022), Awe Man! Failed Replication of Stellar et al. (2018) [CREP OSF]
Amanda LaBoucane (Directed Study, Winter 2022), A Large, Multisite Test of Self-Administered Mindfulness [OSF]
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