Kirby Maquire - Undergraduate BA Honours (Summer 2012)/NSERC USRA Student (Winter 2012)
Kirby Maguire is currently an Honours student and research assistant in the CHLD Lab. Research interests
include the topic of his undergraduate thesis, "The influence of warning instructions on perceived credibility,"
along with other forensic interviewing techniques, psycholinguistics, psychopathy, offender recidivism, and the broad domains
of eyewitness memory and testimony. Having completed an Honours degree in Philosophy, the intersection of that discipline with
psychology through the histories and theoretical motivations of various movements in the field is also of interest.
Maguire, K., & Price, H. (May 2012). The influence of opposition instructions on perceived credibility. Paper
presented at the North-West Cognition and Memory (NOWCAM) conference at Simon Fraser
University – Vancouver, BC.
Universtiy of Regina, Psychology Deptartment
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Danielle Pieracci (Honours 2010), Bryan Austin (Honours 2008), Andrea Collins (Honours 2008),
Luke Schneider (Directed Study 2008).
NSERC USRA Alumni
Brad Sunshine - NSERC USRA Student (Summer 2012)
Brad is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honours as well as minors in both French and Sociology.
Brad has been a volunteer research assistant with Dr. Heather Price's lab since the winter 2012 semester. Since then he has continued
working with the lab under an NSERC USRA award (Summer 2012). Next year, Brad will study for one year in the province of Québec and
then return to Regina to complete his BA Honours in hopes to continue his education through graduate school.
Caitlin Hunter - NSERC USRA Student (Summer 2012)
Caitlin is a fifth year student working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honours as well as a Bachelor of Science in
Cellular and Molecular Biology. She joined Heather Price’s lab in the spring of 2012 after receiving her second NSERC USRA.
Throughout the summer she helped with numerous on-going projects in the lab including facilitating a study researching various
aspects of eyewitness testimony and alibi statements. She was also involved in a study looking at investigative interviews with children
in which she performed magic for children.
Research Assistant Alumni
Connie Heidt, Kirby Maquire, Brad Sunshine, Caitlin Hunter, Dallas Novakowski,
Jill Price, Josh Gonzolas, Sarah Sangster, Sarah Reiser, Nikolina Vracar, Rachelle Jeworski,
Cori Carey, Kristen Gullickson, Megan Adams Lebell, Kelcie Novak, Christina Drost, Shahlo Mustafaeva, Ashley Marchi.