Psychology

Ask before you tinker, Facebook

Whether or not it was technically legal, Facebook didn’t do good by their users when they conducted a recently released study.Continue...

Psychology of religion

Religion could be linked to increased self-control, according to a recent Queen’s psychology study.Continue...

Sex research sparks interest

Sex lab researchers study levels of participants’ sexual arousal.Continue...

Combating stress in the city

Study finds city inhabitants experience more stress than people from rural settings.Continue...

Emotional access through art

Art therapy has been used in Kingston prisons to help inmates access suppressed memories and emotions.Continue...

The myth of parental favouritism

Exploring the age-old question of whether parents prefer certain children over others and how favouritism affects a family dynamic.Continue...

Students seek similarities

Postscript explores the nature of friendship among university students.Continue...

Are you ready, kids?

SpongeBob may not be so innocent, after all.Continue...

Stressed for success

As exams approach, anxiety becomes the norm around campus. Why do we become so preoccupied with
perfection, and how does it ultimately affect us?Continue...

Queen’s doctorate degree holder denied entry to College of Psychologists of Ontario

In a Sept. 20 ruling, the Ontario Health Professions Appeal and Review Board denied an appeal from an unsuccessful applicant to the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). Despite graduating with a doctoral degree from Queen’s, the applicant was denied registration to become a psychologist in the province.Continue...

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