Po-ling Bork presented the workshop “Silent is not golden: How to distinguish children with Selective Mutism from those who are simply shy, and why is it important” at the 19th annual National Association for Family Child Care Conference in Baltimore, MD in June 2009.
Ellen L. Robb, Paul Zelisko and Jeffrey A. Stuart. “Polyphenols: Resveratrol Targets the Mitochondrial Antioxidant Enzyme Manganese Superoxide Dismutase and Increases Cellular Stress Resistance.” Polyphenols in Human Health. Harrogate, U.K., December 2009.
Ellen L. Robb, Paul Zelisko and Jeffrey A. Stuart presented “MnSOD plays an important role in resveratrol’s biological effects” at the Radical Biology and Medicine Annual Conference in San Francisco, Calif., November 2009.
Carolyn Hafer, Psychology, and PhD student Leanne Gosse presented “Beyond victim blame: Repressive coping style and threats to the belief in a just world” December 2008 at the 8th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology, Delhi, India.
Faculty members Sid Segalowitz and Jane Dywan, post doc Diane Santesso, and six graduate students from the Brock University Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory attended the 49th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research in Berlin, Germany, Oct. 21 to 24. While there, they hosted two symposia and made a number of presentations:
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Kelly Lockwood and graduate students Daniel Harriss and Briar Komenda presented at The SPIN Summit’ 2009 in Vancouver, B.C. Nov. 12, 2009. Two papers representative of work completed in the Skating Lab at Brock University were presented, “The effect of a stickhandling and puck control (SPC) training intervention on wrist shot perfomrance variables in female [...]