Atara Lonn was awarded the Carleton University Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement!
Aiden McCooey (a recent honours thesis graduate) was awarded the Carleton University Medal from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences!
Ahmed Kataite (a recent honours thesis graduate) was awarded the Carleton University Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement!
We are pleased to welcome a new graduate student to the PAIR Lab, Amy Russett!
Marcus Hebert successfully defended his MA thesis in the Spring of 2022.
Atara Lonn successfully defended her MA thesis in the Summer of 2022. She is continuing on as a PhD student in the PAIR Lab.
PAIR lab members presented their research at the 2022 IARR virtual conference in July and August.
Atara Lonn presented her research at the 2022 Social and Personality CPA pre-conference in Calgary in June.
Justin Shimizu (a recent honours thesis graduate) was awarded the Carleton University Provost Scholar Award and the University Medal from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences!
There were three new articles that were published in the summer of 2022:
- Harasymchuk, C., Lonn, A., Impett, E. A., & Muise, A. (2022). Relational boredom as an obstacle for engaging in exciting shared activities.Personal Relationships, 29, 350-365.https://doi.org/10.1111/pere.1242
- Fehr, B., & Harasymchuk, C. (2022). Conceptions and the experience of friendship in underrepresented groups.Personal Relationships, 29, 451-487. https://doi.org/10.1111/pere.12431
- Johnson, M. D., Lavner, J. A., Muise, A., Mund, M., Neyer, F. J., Park, Y., Harasymchuk, C., & Impett, E. A. (2022). Women and men are the barometers of relationships: Testing the predictive power of women’s and men’s relationship satisfaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,119(33), e2209460119. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2209460119
We hosted the June 20-22, 2019 IARR mini-conference at Carleton University on “Positive Action in Relationships”!
Scholarship and Grant Awards
Atara Lonn was awarded the Ontario Graduate Scholarship for 2022-2023.
Marta Kolbuszewska was awarded the SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS-M) for 2021 – 2022.
Dr. Harasymchuk won a Faculty of Arts and Sciences Research Excellence Award for 2021-2022!
Marta Kolbuszewska was awarded the I-CUREUS internship for 2020-2021 to examine intimate relationships in the context of COVID-19 (working with Dr. Harasymchuk).
CU COVID-19 Rapid Research Response Grant awarded to Dr. Cheryl Harasymchuk and Dr. Nassim Tabri for the project titled The Psychological Consequences of Social Distancing Measures for Single People During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Atara Lonn joined the team for the COVID study and was awarded a summer research assistant position in order to coordinate the data collection process.
Marta Kolbuszewska was awarded a FASS Undergraduate Summer Research Internship at Carleton University to examine how stress levels during the pandemic are associated with leisure experiences in relationships (working with Dr. Harasymchuk).
Atara Lonn was awarded the Ontario Graduate Scholarship for 2020-2021.
Tia Carpino was awarded the Ontario Graduate Scholarship for 2018-2019.
Shamarukh Chowdhury was awarded the SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships for 2016-2020. She was also awarded the SSHRC Master’s Scholarship for 2015-2016.
Marta Kolbuszewska was accepted into the University of British Columbia’s Master of Arts program for Clinical Psychology. She will start her program in the UBC Swell Lab under Dr. Dawson in the 2021 academic year!
After graduation, Chloe Jones took a position at Carleton’s Education Development Center (EDC). Chloe works at the EDC as an e-learning designer.
Following the completion of her studies, Chantal obtained a Research Analyst position at Health Canada.
In addition to her studies, Tia is a full-time research analyst at Women and Gender Equality Canada, the federal government department that works to advance gender equality.