Are you an undergrad who has done research? Share your work at CONFLUENCE, UofT’s bi-annual undergraduate conference on cognition and the mind in February 2019! The conference is multidisciplinary, featuring work from fields of study including Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Psychology, Linguistics, Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence, Anthropology, and Philosophy. Acceptable submissions include (but are not limited to) research done in an independent study course, an ROP course, or as a research assistant; and research essays written for a course in one of the disciplines mentioned above. Please email your name, the title of your work, the abstract, and the original context of […]
Interested in learning about how Psychology is being applied to Economics? The Behavioural Economics Student Group is hosting a talk on Behavioural Economics led by Professor Robert Gazzale. The talk will be at 6pm on Tuesday November 20th held in room GE106 (Max Gluskin House, 150 St. George street). This event is free of charge and all students are welcome, but registration is required and capped at 35 attendees. Food will also be provided at no cost. Registration is open here: https://goo.gl/forms/FV3ysGo48ZDDOPCD2 We hope to see you there!
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Researchers here at the University of Toronto are conducting a research study to better understand student and staff perceptions about student mental health, as well the mental health resources available and needed for students and staff in the university setting. The researchers are inviting University of Toronto students and staff to participate. The study consists of a short, 10-minute online questionnaire, and then participants will have the option to submit their information to complete a short follow-up interview in person, over the phone, or using video conference. Participants will also be eligible to enter a draw for $50! If you are interested in participating, you may access the survey […]
Learning Abroad Exchange Info Session 2019-2020 The Centre for International Experience (CIE) is hosting a Program Specific Exchange Info Session for students who are interested in learning abroad. These info sessions are based on specific majors to help students search for opportunities related to their program of study. The info session is scheduled to take place at the Cumberland House at 33 St. George Street from 1pm-2pm. No registration is required and students can visit our new learning abroad website to learn more about upcoming events (https://learningabroad.utoronto.ca/events/).
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management area at the Rotman School of Management here at the University of Toronto is currently seeking applications from top Psychology/Sociology students with excellent research experience for their PhD program (application deadline January 1st). The PhD program is a 5-year direct entry program, which means that people can apply straight out of undergrad. Their Faculty study a variety of exciting different topics, many of which will be interesting to undergraduate students who are interested in applying to Graduate programs in Psychology. For example, many of their Faculty study Psychological topics like emotion, morality, stereotyping, discrimination, […]
The interdisciplinary MA degree in Globalization Studies at McMaster University’s Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition offers students the opportunity to examine the complex political, social, economic, cultural, discursive and theoretical developments related to processes of globalization and how these come to bear upon our lives, our communities, and the environment in which we live. Research areas include: contemporary culture; diasporic, transnational and multicultural communities; global governance; international trade and finance; and social, environmental and labour issues. It offers the benefit of a flexible and interdisciplinary set of courses while allowing for future study in a core discipline. Program […]
*Participants must: * * – be between the ages of 18 to 30* * – have no history of psychiatric or neurological diseases* * – have normal colour vision*
*Other People’s Problems: Family Inheritance* Therapy sessions are typically held behind closed doors, but CBC Podcast Other People’s Problems <https://www.cbc.ca/radio/opp> opens these doors to demystify the therapeutic process. This Sunday, CAMH’s Director of Health Equity *Dr. Kwame McKenzie* and University of Toronto Psychology professor *Dr. Tina Malti *will join Vancouver-based therapist and host Hillary McBride on stage, featuring audio clips from one of Hillary’s real sessions with a client. They will discuss how we learn to hold both the positive and negative ways that our parents made us who we are. And now — how do we grow beyond what we inherited? Don’t miss this lively and interactive […]