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A Replication of “The Experience of Ethical Dilemmas, Burnout, and Stress Among Practicing Counselors”Download
This study is a replication and expansion on the study completed by Mullen, Morris, and Lord in 2017 which aimed to determine how experience and reflection on ethical dilemmas impacts burnout amongst counselors. One hundred, sixty-four counselors completed an in-person survey that measured...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2018: While behaviours related to lower relationship satisfaction and increased risk of divorce are understood, factors that contribute to flourishing relationships are less so. Relationship paradigms have focused on personality traits, behaviours and skills not demonstrated by...
Canadian Public Perspective of the Canadian Psychological Association's Code of Ethics for Psychologists Principle RankingDownload
A professional code of ethics guides professionals in their ethical decision-making, and is also intended to protect the public from harm that may result from the activities of that profession. The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) created a Code of Ethics for Psychologists with four...
Individualists claim that wide explanations in psychology are problematic. I argue that wide psychological explanations sometimes have greater explanatory power than individualistic explanations. The aspects of explanatory power I focus on are causal depth and theoretical appropriateness....
SSHRC Awarded IG 2015: Companies such as Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Apple have turned emerging technologies into pervasive products by quickly capturing dominant market shares and locking consumers into their eco-systems. Prior research has indicated that "cognitive lock-in" plays a...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2015: The proposed work will examine three theoretically important, yet previously unexplored, linkages between experience with an emerging technology and lock-in to that technology but not to others. (1) The impact that repeated practice has on consumers' emotional attachment...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2017: Despite Canada's policies for encouraging immigration of the highly educated, and despite international students being described as 'designed to stay', we know little about how, when, or whether international students decide to stay in Canada. We know little about...
Computer based models of teaching and learning are receiving renewed attention in the post-secondary sector. In the province of Alberta, Canada, over $40000000 (Canadian) has been made available to the adult learning system under the Learning Enhancement Envelope (LEE) funding initiative, for...
Examining Cultural Drifts in Artworks through History and Development: Cultural Comparisons between Japanese and Western Landscape Paintings and Drawings.Download
Nand, K., Masuda, T., Senzaki, S., & Ishii, K. (2014). Examining cultural drifts in artworks through development and history: Cultural comparisons between Japanese and Western landscape paintings and drawings. Frontiers in Psychology: Cultural Psychology, 5, 1041. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01041