Focus: Lifespan Development
Thesis Advisor: Teena Willoughby
Refereed Conference Presentations:
Adachi, P.J.C., & Willoughby, T. (2009, August). A longitudinal approach to the relation between violent video games and adolescent aggression. Poster accepted at the 2010 Society for Research on Adolescents Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Adachi, P.J.C., & Willoughby, T. (2009, August). A longitudinal approach to violent video game play and aggression among adolescents. Poster presented at the 2009 American Psychological Association Conference. Toronto, Ontario.
Adachi, P.J.C., & Willoughby, T. (2009, April). Does frequency of playing videogames significantly predict the frequency of aggressive behavior over time? Poster presented at the 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Denver, Colorado.
Melnyk, L., Berman, J., & Adachi, P.J.C. (2009, April). A cross-sectional examination of adolescents' eyewitness identification abilities, in L. Melnyk & K. London (co-chairs), Adolescents: The neglected witnesses. Paper presented at the 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference. Denver, Colorado.
Adachi, P.J.C. (2008, June). Simultaneous versus sequential lineups: At what age does the sequential advantage begin? Poster presented at the Connecting Minds Undergraduate Thesis Conference. Richmond, B.C.