COVID-19 Update Our lab is currently pausing all recruitment and in-lab activities in order to prioritize the health and well-being of our participants and lab members during this difficult time. We will notify you when lab activities return to normal – in the meantime, we would like to provide resources regarding the COVID-19 situation to individuals and […]
PhD student Ellen Jopling presents symposium talk at Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Convention! “Training Depressed Individuals to Disengage from Negative Information”
Graduate student Ellen Jopling presents poster at the Society for Research on Psychopathology! Biases in Cognitive Disengagement and Biological Stress Responses in Youth
Congratulations to Graduate Student Bita Zareian MA Student Bita Zareian traveled to Croatia to present at the 2019 annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society!
Congratulations Ellen Jopling for defending her Master’s Thesis! Cognitive Disengagement and Biological Stress Responses in Youth
Ellen Jopling to defend her MA Thesis on Thursday, July 25 Title: Cognitive Disengagement and Biological Stress Responses in Youth
Graduate students Bita Zareian and Ashley Battaglini successfully propose their Master’s theses! Congratulations to our DAS Lab graduate students Bita and Ashley for proposing their Master’s theses to the UBC Psychology department last month! Bita’s thesis – Coping with stress: the contribution of cognitive biases to rumination. Ashley’s thesis – Intra- and interpersonal emotion regulation
Interview with Graduate Student Ellen Jopling on the Transition to High School UBC Research Explores why Transition to High School puts some Kids at risk of Mental Illness
Dr. LeMoult Radio Interview on High School Study Joelle’s radio interview on the Transition to High School Study for the Shane Woodford show on Kamloops Radio NL
DAS Lab in the News! UBC research explores why transition to high school puts some kids at risk of mental illness
Congratulations Ali and Alex! The DAS Lab is proud to announce that two of our graduate students have earned their Masters degrees in Clinical Psychology! Help us cheer them on as they go forth earning their PhD’s !
DAS Lab Halloween Happy Halloween from the DAS Lab!
Graduate Student Alison Tracy Presents Poster at 32nd Annual SRP Conference Alison Tracy presented her poster titled “The effect of self-compassion on emotional and biological recovery from stress in depression” at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology held in Indianapolis, IN. The Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) is an organization of established psychopathology researchers. The Society holds an annual meeting […]
DAS Lab Renovations Finished! Our beautiful new lab space is up and ready to go! Come by and check it out, Kenny room 1716!
Graduate Student Ellen Jopling Presents at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America Annual Conference Ellen Jopling presented findings from two studies at the ADAA’s 38th Annual Conference in Washington, DC, USA. “Suicide Attempts in Pediatric Emergency Psychiatry: Demographic and Clinical Correlates of the Lethality of Suicide Attempts in Youth” and “Childhood maltreatment and impaired cognitive processing: The mediational effect of depressive symptomatology during a high-stress transition”.
Presentation by Graduate Student Ellen Jopling Recognized with Honorable Mention Ellen Jopling was recognized by the Association of Psychological Science with an Honorable Mention for her presentation, “Negative Self-Schema and Childhood Maltreatment: Implications for the Experience of Internalizing Symptoms across the University Transition”. Presented at the Association for Psychological Science’s 30th Annual Convention in San Francisco, USA.
Graduate Student Ellen Jopling Receives Clinical Section Student Travel Award from CPA Ellen Jopling received the student travel award from the Canadian Psychological Association for her poster titled “Childhood Maltreatment and Self-Referential Processing: Implications for the Development of Internalizing Symptoms During the Transition to University”. Presented at the International Congress of Applied Psychology’s 2018 meeting in Montreal, Quebec.
Congratulations to Dr. Joelle LeMoult, who was named a 2017 Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science Congratulations to Dr. Joelle LeMoult, who was named a 2017 Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science! To view more information, please click here.
DAS Lab Gets Ready for Construction The DAS Lab moved into their temporary lab space in preparation for the construction work that will start in the upcoming months. Thanks for everyone's help - moving has never been so fun!
Graduate Student Alison Tracy Presents at ABCT Alison Tracy presented her poster titled “Self Referential Processing Predicts Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder” at the ABCT’s 51st Annual Convention, held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfont Hotel in San Diego, from November 16-19, 2017!
Dr. LeMoult Receives JELF Funding For Lab Infrastructure For additional information see here.
Congratulations to DAS Lab Graduates Congratulations to DAS Lab members Steffa Ufnal, Parky Lau, Matthew Burke, and Julia Chung who graduated this fall.
Graduate Student Alison Tracy Presents at the APS Annual Conference Alison Tracy presented at the APS annual conference in Boston in May 2017. Her findings document the pernicious effects of post-event processing on symptoms of anxiety and depression during students’ transition to university.
Dr. Joelle LeMoult Awarded John R. Evans Leaders Fund from the Canada Foundation for Innovation In March 2017, the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) announced that Dr. Joelle LeMoult, Director of the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress (DAS) Lab, was awarded a John R. Evans Leaders Fund Award. This funding will support the DAS Lab’s work examining predictors of the etiology and course of depression. We are grateful for […]
Faculty Q&A: Dr. Joelle LeMoult balances curiosity and compassion On July 1, 2016, the Department of Psychology welcomed Dr. Joelle LeMoult as Assistant Professor in the clinical area. Dr. LeMoult comes to UBC from Stanford University, where she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Psychology. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Miami in 2012. In addition to planting new roots with […]