Jean-Paul Boudreau discusses how action and cognition interplay in developmental psych On March 8, President Jean-Paul Boudreau gave a seminar on the insights he and his fellow researchers have gained from observing infants’ object exploration in the field of developmental psychology. The talk was a part of the Honours Psychology Research Seminars. To begin the […]

How to actively make parties fun and safe for everyone As the school year begins to wrap up, more parties will be happening both on and off campus, with this celebratory spirit continuing through the summer. These parties often have themes, large guest lists and drinking. In order to ensure that everyone has a good […]

The Mount Allison women’s curling team stand in sixth place at the U SPORTS National Championships The Mount Allison women’s curling team participated at the U Sports-Curling Canada championships from March 15 to 19 in Fredericton, N.B. They competed against seven other teams and stand in sixth place out of a seven-game championship. Jim Nix […]

Mangold and supervisor Tomes stress the importance of awareness of symptoms, recovery, and long-term consequences Kiersten Mangold, a fourth-year psychology student, teamed up with psychology professor Dr. Jennifer Tomes to host a talk on concussions and issues surrounding head injuries. Mangold is currently working on her honours thesis on sports-induced injuries in athletes and subsequent […]