Selected recent projects
Let’s talk about Bell Let’s Talk
A project consisting of a series of focus groups to gather undergraduate students’ perspectives on the Bell Let’s Talk campaign. Led by Kevin Lai, PSYD98 thesis student.
The Bell Let’s Talk anti-stigma campaign: How inclusive is it of racial and ethnic minority experiences of mental health?
A qualitative project involving content analysis of official Bell Let’s Talk campaign materials. Led by Sarah Ahmed, Budding Scholar Research Extension Award student.
Selected recent research posters (do not cite without permission)
Chang, J., Di Domenico, S., Rodrigo, A. H., Ruocco, A., & Dere, J. (August, 2016). Interdependent self-construal influences medial prefrontal activation during decision-making from different perspectives. Poster presentation, 23rd convention of the International Association for Cross-cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.
2015-2016 PSYD98 poster – Sally Xie: The role of mainstream and ethnic social connectedness in the adjustment of Canadian and international undergraduates
2015-2016 PSYD98 poster – Jenna Pirmohamed: Cultural influences on attitudes towards chronic illness
2014-2015 PSYD98 poster – Amina Hussain: The association between acculturation, emotional expressivity, and attitudes towards help-seeking in a South Asian and Euro-Canadian student sample
Yiu, S., & Dere, J. (November, 2014). Cultural examination of beliefs about luck and gambling behaviours among Chinese-heritage and Euro-Canadian students. Poster presentation, 48th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), SIG Poster Exposition, Philadelphia, U.S.
2013-2014 PSYD98 poster – Shirley Yiu: Cultural Differences in Reasons for Gambling Between Chinese-Heritage and Euro-Canadian Students