Congratulations to the following Lifespan Researchers who were awarded sshrc funding in 2017!
Lifespan researchers awarded Insight Grants in 2017 are:
- Angela Book, Department of Psychology, “Psychopaths as social predators: victim selection, social mimicry, and interpersonal interaction”
- Anthony Volk, Department of Child and Youth Studies, “Reconceptualizing bullying: strengthening the foundation for measurement, research, interventions and policies”
- Dawn Zinga, Danielle Molnar, and Zopito Marini, Department of Child and Youth Studies, “Breaking down barriers: first generation students and programming that addresses barriers to post-secondary achievement”
Lifespan researchers awarded Insight Development Grants in the 2017 are:
- Dawn Zinga, Danielle Molnar, and Maureen Connolly, Department of Child and Youth Studies, “Why do competitive dancers commit to dance? Exploring the lived experiences of young competitive dancers within a motivational framework”