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Emily Krosca2
28th July 2017
Congratulations to Emily Brenny Kroska on being selected as one of the Student Spotlight Award recipients! The purpose of this award is to highlight students who are doing important work in the CBS community whether for research, clinical, and/or volunteer-humanitarian efforts. This will be a way to highlight their achievements, let the ACBS community know important work students are doing, and possibly provide a platform for mentoring/collaboration/professional development/conversations around highlighted areas.

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  • Enjoy translating TED talks from the ACBS world! It is useful and interesting at the same time! TED talks are powerful talks of brief duration which have the function of spreading ideas. In the last few years they increased their efficacy and today we can hear talks about almost all topics translated in more than 100 languages. At the same time the international community of TEDx organizes events at a local level elevating them to a global level.
  • The New Atlantic Canada Chapter Reflects Upon a Successful First Year By: Susie McAfee, Ph.D.
  • What is the ACBS Grants Committee? The aim of the ACBS Grants Committee is similar to a scientific journal board. The committee is comprised of a group of reviewers with diverse research expertise and a standing committee. The Grants Committee makes the final decisions about funding Research Development Grant applications.
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    Congratulations to Wang Fenfen on being selected as one of the Student Spotlight Award recipients! The purpose of this award is to highlight students who are doing important work in the CBS community whether for research, clinical, and/or volunteer-humanitarian efforts. This will be a way to highlight their achievements, let the ACBS community know important work students are doing, and possibly provide a platform for mentoring/collaboration/professional development/conversations around highlighted areas. Learn more about Wang:
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    Congratulations to Sonia Singh on being selected as one of the Student Spotlight Award winners! The purpose of this award is to highlight students who are doing important work in the CBS community whether for research, clinical, and/or volunteer-humanitarian efforts. This will be a way to highlight their achievements, let the ACBS community know important work students are doing, and possibly provide a platform for mentoring/collaboration/professional development/conversations around highlighted areas. Learn more about Sonia:
  • What would happen if an approach to psychology developed a way to study human language and cognition that was as solid in its basic foundations as, say, reinforcement theory and as broad in its applications as, say, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)? I think we are about to find out. RFT has always been the harder pull in terms of initial understanding and excitement as compared to ACT, even though I always believed that RFT is the more important of the two.
  • The following is an interview with Paul Atkins, Ph.D.. Dr. Atkins is an endorsed Organizational Psychologist with a PhD in psychology from Cambridge University, and is one of seven presenters for our Igniting change in your groups: The 8 PROSOCIAL principles in action pre-conference workshops at this year's conference in Seville, Spain.