Honours Program 2013
Honours Information Session, Thursday February 14th at 2:30pm, Cornett B129
The Honours Application website is now open for student registration here: https://honours.uvic.ca
If you have any questions after reviewing the powerpoint presentation (link below) please contact Honours Advisor Danu Stinson firstname.lastname@example.org
- For an explanation of various aspects of the honours degree (e.g., why it is valuable, what is required for admission and for graduation, etc.), please see the PowerPoint presentation. (Also includes general information about our undergraduate program.)
- visit the UVic Calendar site
- read the course description for Psychology 499
You can review the requirements for the following degrees in Psychology: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Bachelor of Science (Honours), combined BSc Biology-Psychology, combined BSc Biology-Psychology (Honours), combined BSc Computer Science-Psychology, General or Minor degree.
Theses from Psychology 499 students...
As part of the requirements for the Honours program in psychology, students conduct research in collaboration with a faculty supervisor. Below are examples of posters reporting recent students' honours theses.
- But What About Jurors? How Well Can Laypersons Predict Eyewitness Accuracy and Confidence?
by Sara Cowan (S. Lindsay)
- The Training of Other-Race Face Recognition: Neural Correlates of Perceptual Expertise
by Magali Segers (J. Tanaka)
- Romantic Rapport and Verbal Communication in Heterosexual Couples: A Brunswikian Lense Model Analysis
by Leanne Davies, Tia Egglestone (R. Gifford)
- Dissociation of Alignment and Grasp Compatibility Effects
by Jeffrey Sun (D. Bub)
- Culture and Community Size as Influences on Cooperation in Commons Dilemmas
by Brandon Lum, Reuven Sussman (R. Gifford)
- The Development of Abstraction and Flexible Thinking in Preschoolers
by Joanna Bennett (U. Mueller)
- The Role of Anterior Cingulate Cortex in Motor Sequence Learning
by Kyle Mathewson (C. Holroyd)
Faculty members and sessional instructors potentially available to supervise
(revised on January 9, 2013)