Dr. Daniel Ansari
Department of Psychology & Brain and Mind Institute, University of Western Ontario
Number symbols in brain and mind
PRESENTATION: Saving 25 million smokers' lives by 2050 - If the Chinese government adopts two proven tobacco control experiences from Taiwan and Hong Kong
You’re invited to the 3rd annual Psych Summer Pool Party!!! No, unfortunately we don’t have an actual full sized pool hidden in the depths of the PAS, but we will have water and non-water games, music, pizza, a “cold treat,” and lots of fun!
The party will be on July 11th from 2:30-4 on the patio at the South entrance to the PAS (near the elevator).
"Working Through Clinical Challenges:
A DBT Perspective"
Michelle Leybman, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
We are delighted to host Dr. Leybman at the University of Waterloo for her full-day workshop, which will provide mental health practitioners and students with evidence-based knowledge and clinical tools from a DBT perspective for working with challenging clients.
The All-Or-Nothing Marriage
Major historical shifts in the institution of marriage in America have produced two major consequences. First, the quality of average marriages has weakened over time. Second, the quality of the best marriages has strengthened over time. In tandem, these two consequences have pushed marriage toward an all-or-nothing state.
Are you tired of all the studying?
Come join us for a night full of relaxation!
We will be hosting a movie night for psych students this Thursday at 7pm in PAS 2083!!
...and of course, SNACKS will be provided for the night (yumm)
Mental health difficulties touch the lives of many, yet finding the right sources for help is not always easy. The University of Waterloo’s Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) is planning three public outreach talks that will provide clear, useful, and practical information to anyone interested in learning more about mental health. In partnership with Waterloo Public Libraries, the talks will be presented on three Sunday afternoons in February at the main library branch.
Hey Psych students,
Join us and Heart4Heart on Feb 13-14 in the SLC Market Place from 11-6pm to play some games and win some prizes!!!
All proceeds will be going to helping kids with congenital heart problems!!
Hope to see you there!!
Kurt Gray investigates the mysterious inner lives of animals, machines, and human beings. His research finds that minds are a matter of perception—how else can we make sense of people treating their cats like humans, and treating homeless people like objects?