Dr. Lougheed presented a webinar via the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention describing some recent research on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted individuals and families. You can watch the recording of this talk here.
Congratulations to PhD Student Marcus Gottlieb, who has been awarded the prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada! This award will provide Marcus with three years of funding that will support his time researching fathers’ experiences of parenting adolescents. Congratulations, Marcus! This award is well-deserved recognition of your […]
Congratulations to PhD Candidate, Gizem Keskin, who has been awarded the prestigious Friedman Award for Scholars in Health! As a Friedman Scholar, Gizem will spend 6 months next academic year at Cornell University working with Dr. Anthony Ong on research related to the role of positive emotions in mental and physical health. We are so […]
We have three presentations on the program for the Society for Affective Science Annual Conference (2023) in Long Beach, California, featuring work by PhD candidate Gizem Keskin, Dr. Lougheed, and colleagues. You can check them out below. Moment-to-moment emotion dynamics during triadic family conflicts and their associations with internalizing problems and marital satisfaction By Gizem […]
Honours student Minju will be presenting on her Honours Thesis work at the UBC Okanagan Interdisciplinary Student Health Conference. Her presentation is on the associations between emotional differentiation– the ability to identify and distinguish between emotion states–and well-being. You can view her poster below.
Fourth-year undergraduate student Hoky Hsu is facilitating UBC Okanagan’s first-ever student-directed seminar on his chosen topic, Queering Psychology through an Intersectional Lens. Dr. Lougheed is the faculty sponsor of this seminar. Read all about it here!
The Department of Psychology at UBC Okanagan will be hosting the first Western Canadian Conference on Undergraduate Research and Psychology this month and several lab members will be presenting. Alyssa Truong will be presenting a poster on her work building on her Honours thesis. Her presentation, Associations Between Loneliness and Positive Remote Interactions: An Analysis […]
In Fall 2021, Dr. Lougheed, together with co-investigator Dr. Nancy Sin, was awarded an Insight Development Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. These funds will allow us to conduct a study called Daily Conflicts in Parent-Adolescent Dyads: Associations with Parent and Adolescent Development.
Members of the Emotion Dynamics Lab will be presenting at two conferences this Spring: Gizem Keskin will be presenting a talk entitled The up-regulation of maternal and adolescent positive affect during conflicts at the Society for Research on Adolescence biennial meeting (March, 2022). Sean Morgan will be presenting a poster entitled Linking interpersonal emotion dynamics […]
We are pleased to share that Dr. Lougheed was among those awarded funding for research infrastructure from the Canada Foundation for Innovation John R. Evans Leaders Fund. These funds will be used to set up our behavioural observation lab!
Dr. Lougheed presented a webinar entitled “Parent-adolescent emotion dynamics: Associations with mental health” via the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention as part of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Mental Health Week. You can view this webinar here.
Dr. Lougheed recently had two discussions about navigating family dynamics around the holidays, including how to manage any conflicts that may arise. Check out this article in Prevention.com, and Episode 25 of the But Really, How Are You? podcast. References Kleinhaus, C. (November 28, 2020). Family dynamics with Dr. Jessica Lougheed. Episode 25 of the But […]