Site Accessibility Statement
Wilfrid Laurier University Communications, Public Affairs & Marketing
September 20, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence
Welcome to Experts at Laurier, a one-stop media resource featuring a broad database of experts who have agreed to make themselves available for media interviews. Contact them directly or call a media relations officer at 519-884-0710, ext. 3067 or 3070.

To search for a topic containing multiple words, please enclose the term in quotation marks, for example, "Canadian history" 

Follow LaurierNews on Twitter Follow Laurier on Facebook

 

Search Results

Your search returned the following Experts.

Click on the person's name for more information.

Anne Wilson

Professor, Psychology

Areas of Expertise: Identity and well-being over time; Beliefs about personal change; Autobiographical memory; The psychology of subjective time; Future thinking and mental simulation; Goal-pursuit, motivation and resolution-setting; Short-term and long-term motivations for behaviour; Motivation to exercise and to eat better; Motivations for environmentally sustainable behaviour and beliefs about climate change; Interpersonal transgressions and beliefs about morality; Subjective perceptions of stigmatized groups; Body image, sociocultural norms for appearance; Media and sociocultural norms; Subjective perceptions of space and locations

Biography: I am part of Laurierís Social Psychology program. I am fascinated by people and how they behave, think, and understand themselves and their social worlds. Some of my specific research interests include: 1) identity over time: How do people…

(519) 884-0710 ext.3037

Loren King

Associate Professor; Legal Studies Option Facilitator

Areas of Expertise: Justice Democracy Cities Rationality Norms

Biography: My interests are in political philosophy. My research explores problems of rationality, the structure and properties of attractive normative theories, and questions of justice in urban and global governance. …

519-884-0710 ext.2097

Hot Topics

Laurier researchers and faculty may express views that are not necessarily those of the University administration.