Karen L. Blair, PhD

Karen L. Blair, PhD

Antigonish, NS

Assistant Professor - Psychology Department, St. Francis Xavier University Adjunct Professor - Psychology Department, Acadia University PhD - Social Psychology - Queen's University

Assistant Professor, St. Francis Xavier University


Published on Apr 08, 2014

The Study Has Begun!

Hi Everyone! Just a note to let you know that the study has now officially begun! A few participants have already completed the online survey portion of the study. I'm still in the process of testi...

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Published on Mar 25, 2014

Study Update!

Things are about to start getting interesting! Once again - thank you to everyone who generously made a donation to support this research project. Just a couple of hours ago I received an email sta...

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Published on Nov 13, 2013

The Last Days

With just 5 days left to continue raising funds, I spoke with Kim Johnson from ABC4 News in Salt Lake City. We met at my lab on the University of Utah Campus this morning and the following is the c...

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Published on Nov 05, 2013

The Magic of 122 Generous People

As you more than likely heard through an email from Microryza, we reached or primary fundraising goal of $7500 last night thanks to a total of 122 generous donors. Of those 122 people, I personally...

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Published on Oct 30, 2013

The Contrast of Humour & Reality

Here's a clip from The Daily Show that touches on the topic of this research study. The show posed the question of which US state will be the last to legalize same-sex marriage and debated whethe...

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Published on Oct 27, 2013

Do you like math?

I've had a on-again-off-again relationship with math for most of my life. I started off as a math whiz - then fell behind after switching school systems and was no longer a fan of math. In my first...

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Reply to:Amanda SAmanda S
Awww - Thanks Amanda!! Acadia has also invited me to come speak in February and I'll be talking about this study there! Memories! :)