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Three Minute Thesis 2014: Dominic Trevisan, Education

April 24, 2014
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SFU's annual Three Minute Thesis finals took place on March 10, 2014.

Dominic Trevisan, originally from the USA, spoke on "Adjustment Difficulties Among Undergraduates: The importance of Social Communication."

Dominic is completing his master's degree in Educational Psychology, and has been a research assistant for the Social Attention Research Group  at SFU since Fall of 2012.

Some of his research interests include social and emotional functioning in educational settings and how these relate to academic outcomes. Other research interests include information processing, memory and effective learning strategies based on cognitive science.

He will be continuing on to his doctoral program in the fall, and plans on pursuing a career in academia.

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