We are very excited to announce that Dr. Taku’s and PTG Lab member’s, Leah McDiarmid and Aundreah Walenski’s, abstracts have been accepted to the 123rd Annual American Psychological Convention! The convention will be this upcoming August and held in the great city of Toronto. Dr. Taku, Leah, and Aundreah will be presenting their research posters on, Cross-Cultural Differences in the Relationships between Hope and Posttraumatic Growth and Personally Important Posttraumatic Growth as a Predictor of Self-Esteem in Adolescents. In addition, Dr. Taku will also be presenting her research, Burnout and Psychological Growth Affects Wellness in Physicians.
- Taku, K., Eckleberry-Hunt, J., & Kirkpatrick, H. (2015, August planned). Burnout and psychological growth affects wellness in physicians. Symposium paper will be presented in R. G. Tedeschi (Chair), Health care professionals and patients facing trauma: Optimizing satisfaction and growth, at the 123rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 56 (trauma psychology), Toronto.
- LaLonde, L., Taku, K., & Walenski, A. (2015, August planned). Personally important posttraumatic growth as a predictor of self-esteem in adolescents, poster session at the 123rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 1 (general psychology), Toronto.
- Walenski, A., Taku, K., & LaLonde, L. (2015, August planned). Cross-cultural differences in the relationships between hope and posttraumatic growth, poster session at the 123rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 32 (humanistic psychology), Toronto.
To read more about our research, click the abstracts below.