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Congratulations to Sabrina Ge and Jackson Hewitt who each presented their own poster at the Canadian Psychological Association’s 82nd Annual Convention and Tradeshow! Sabrina’s poster is titled, “Pronoun use Predicts Dyadic Perfectionism and Relationship Satisfaction in Marital Couples” (the blue one) and Jackson’s poster is titled, “Quality of Life and Treatment Effectiveness: Moderator Effects of […]
We would like to extend our warmest welcome to graduate student, Bronwen Grocott! Bronwen has recently joined the Clinical Psychology program at UBC and is currently working under the supervision of Dr. Joelle LeMoult. Read about her research interests here.
Congratulations to Dr. Rnic and co-authors for publishing their paper titled, “Examining the Link Between Multidimensional Perfectionism and Depression: A Longitudinal Study of the Intervening Effects of Social Disconnection” in Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology! The aim of the current study was to provide the first comprehensive examination of the Social Disconnection Model (PSDM). […]
DAS Lab members Dr. Joelle LeMoult, Ashley Battaglini, and Dr. Katerina Rnic collaborated with co-author Dr. Louis Castonguay on a book chapter in Psychopathology: From Science to Clinical Practice (Second Edition)
Congratulations to all authors for publishing their chapter titled, “Depression” in Psychopathology: From Science to Clinical Practice (Second Edition)! Information on the book and a preview of their chapter can be found here!
Congratulations to graduate student, Ashley Battaglini and co-authors for publishing their paper titled, “Co-rumination Across In-person and Digital Communication: Associations with Affect and Relationship Closeness in Adolescents” in Journal of Adolescents. This study was the first to investigate adolescents’ co-rumination across multiple communication modalities (i.e., in person, text, social media, phone) and its downstream association […]
Congratulations to Ellen Jopling and her co-authors for publishing their paper titled, “Impact of Loneliness on Diurnal Cortisol in Youth” in Psychoneuroendocrinology! Ellen and her collaborators examined the prospective association between loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic and diurnal cortisol in early adolescents. They found that greater loneliness was associated with higher levels of cortisol at […]