Our students are/have been funded by: SSHRC, FRQSC, CIHR, Concordia University (Faculty of Arts & Science Fellowship, Steven Goldberg Graduate Scholarship, Concordia Entrance Award, Goldberg Scholarship in Child Development, Concordia Accelerator Award).
Lieutenant Governor's Youth Medal
April 2022 – Melanie Afriat
CRDH Citizenship Award
Spring 2022 – Catherine Cimon-Paquet
Concordia Stand-Out Graduate Research Award 2021
Ferrar, S.J., Stack, D.M., Dickson, D.J., & Serbin, L.A. (2020). Conflict resolution and emotional expression in mother-preadolescent dyads: Longitudinal associations with children’s socioemotional development. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-020-01312-z
FRQ-SC Prix Relève étoile Paul-Gérin-Lajoie 2021
Kennedy-Turner, K., Serbin, L.A., Stack, D.M., Dickson, D.J., Ledingham, J., & Schwartzman, A.E. (2020). Prevention of criminal offending: The intervening and protective effects of education for aggressive youth. British Journal of Criminology, 60, 537-538, doi:10.1093/bjc/azz053
Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Award
May 2020 – Cassandra St-Roch
CRDH Citizenship Award
January 2020 – Saskia Ferrar
Canadian Psychological Association's thesis prize
Certificate of Academic Excellence for outstanding PhD thesis
Fall 2018 – Ciara Briscoe
Certificate of Academic Excellence for outstanding MA thesis
Fall 2021 – Marie-Pier Paré-Ruel
Fall 2019 – Nicole Atkinson
Fall 2018 – Marisa Mercuri
Best Poster Abstract Prize
Poster presented at the 4th annual Human Development Student Research Conference April 26, 2019, McGill University, Montreal.
Paré-Ruel, M-P., Stack, D.M., Mills, R.S.L., Hastings, P.D.,Serbin, L.A. (2019 April). Confirmatory factor analysis of orthogonal dimensions of antisocial behaviours from preschool to late childhood.
American Psychological Association’s (APA) Division 7 Young Researchers in Developmental Psychology Symposium at the APA Convention
Paper presented and submission selected for oral presentation
Langevin, R., Stack, D.M., Serbin, L.A., & Schwartzman, A.E. (2017). Pathways to adolescents’ externalizing behaviors: Individual, parental and relational factors. Paper presentation at the American Psychological Association’s (APA) annual Convention, August 3-6, Washington, DC.