The Psychology Department at Western has over 50 faculty members representing four Clusters of Research Excellence. Our faculty work with talented graduate and post-graduate students on cutting-edge questions about human and animal behavior. Undergraduate students in Psychology often participate in these exciting research programs. Clinical Science and Psychopathology (CSP) Cognitive, Developmental, and Brain Sciences (CDB) Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O) Social, Personality and Developmental Psychology (SPDP).
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Submissions from 2017
Complement Coercion: The Joint Effects of Type and Typicality, Alessandra Zarcone, Ken McRae, Alessandro Lenci, and Sebastian Padó
Submissions from 2016
Impaired Assessment of Cumulative Lifetime Familiarity for Object Concepts After Left Anterior Temporal-Lobe Resection that Includes Perirhinal Cortex but Spares the Hippocampus, Ben Bowles, Devin Duke, R S. Rosenbaum, Ken McRae, and Stefan Köhler
Time, Money, and Happiness: Does Putting a Price on Time Affect Our Ability to Smell the Roses?, Scott Connors, Mansur Khamitov, Sarah Moroz, Lorne Campbell, and Claire Henderson
It’s a Matter of Time: Reframing the Development of Cognitive Control as a Modification of the Brain’s Temporal Dynamics, R. Matthew Hutchison and J. Bruce Morton
A Person-Centered Approach to Commitment Research: Theory, Research, and Methodology, John P. Meyer and Alexandre J. S. Morin
Cognitive distortions, humor styles, and depression, Katerina Rnic, David J.A. Dozois, and Rod A. Martin
London’s First Summer Resort The Waterworks Region in Springbank Park, Marvin L. Simner
Attachment Avoidance and Amends-Making: A Case Advocating the Need for Attempting to Replicate One’s Own Work, Sarah C.E. Stanton and Lorne Campbell
Submissions from 2015
The influence of emphasizing psychological causes of depression on public stigma, Francois B. Botha and David J.A. Dozois
Core beliefs and self-schematic structure in depression, David J.A. Dozois and Katerina Rnic
Thematic Relatedness Production Norms for 100 Object Concepts, Olessia Jouravlev and Ken McRae
How careless responding and acquiescence response bias can influence construct dimensionality: The case of job satisfaction, Chester C. S. Kam and John P. Meyer Dr.
Implications of item keying and item valence for the investigation of construct dimensionality, Chester C. S. Kam and John P. Meyer
The Causal Role of Attentional Bias in a Cognitive Component of Depression, Rebecca McDermott and David J.A. Dozois
Dual commitment to organization and supervisor: A person-centered approach, John P. Meyer, Alexandre J. S. Morin, and Christian Vandenberghe
Dual Commitment to Organization and Supervisor: A Person-centered Approach, John P. Meyer, Alexandre J. S. Morin, and Christian Vandenberghe
Longitudinal associations between employees’ beliefs about the quality of the change management process, affective commitment to change and psychological empowerment, Alexandre J. S. Morin, John P. Meyer, Émile É. Bélanger, Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Marylène Gagné, and Philip D. Parker
Multiple-group analysis of similarity in latent profile solutions, Alexandre J. S. Morin, John P. Meyer Dr., Jordane Creusier, and Franck Biétry
Profiles of dual commitment to the occupation and organization: Relations to well-being and turnover intentions, Alexandre J. S. Morin, John P. Meyer, Dennis M. McInerney, Herbert W. Marsh, and Fraide A. Ganotice Jr.
Accounting for Differences in Depression Stigma Between Canadian Asians and Europeans, Amanda L. Shamblaw, Francois B. Botha, and David J.A. Dozois
Contrasting styles in cognition and behaviour in bumblebees and honeybees., David F Sherry and Caroline G Strang
The London Waterworks Controversy The Great Debate of 1875-1877, Marvin L. Simner