Postgraduate Honours Poster Competition

23 October 2012

School of Psychology held another successful Honours Poster Competion at the Old Government House attended by many students and staff. We had a fantastic range of research on display.

Congratulations to the winners:

People's Choice: Joseph William Watts, God and Complex Society: Who made who?

1st Prize:
Jacinda Grace Calkin, “It’s going to end in divorce”

2nd Prize: Yan Yan Lei, Evaluation of the incredible years parent programme in New Zealand

3rd Prize: Edwin Keri Monk-Fromont,  "Remembering Imaginary Objects: Plausible or Implausible?"

MERIT: Danielle Patricia Courtney, Possible? Sent an email

MERIT: James David Fleet, Context Blocking, Response Rates and Resistance to Change

MERIT:
Siying Liu, Do 13-month-old Infants Generalize Object Labels Across Different Peopleand Objects of Like Kind?

MERIT: Ying Tung Lai, Are our Personalities linked to our DNA?

MERIT: Rebecca May Parkes, Affective prosody in people with Parkinson's disease: production, reception and quality of life