Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology - CBP Conference

Previous Years Best Paper Awards

2017 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Asst. Prof. Kanu Priya Mohan Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand Training of Coaching and Mentoring for the Educational Reform: A Qualitative Evaluation of the Learning Outcomes among the Trainees
Best Student Paper
Ms. Raquel Peel James Cook University, Australia Is Awareness of Suicide Risk and Intent Culturally Informed?

2016 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Barbara Lopes De Montfort University, UK A New Measure of General Trait Neuroticism about Body Signals and Worry Specific to Body Signals: The Body Signals Attention and Worry Scale (BSAWS)
Best Student Paper
Mr. Yuen Siang Ang University of Oxford, UK New tests of option generation and option switching: Implications for studying motivation
Ms. Sabrina John-Baptiste De Montfort University, UK Emotion Expression on Social Networking Sites: A Study of Young Persons’ Use of Facebook and Twitter in the UK
Mr. Endri Rama University of Toyoma, Japan Rat`s Spatial Learning in an Novel Elevated Y-Maze

2015 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Prathiba Nagabhushan St Mary MacKillop College, Australia Academic Motivation and Engagement: Relationships between Student Cognitions and Behaviors in the Final Years of Secondary Education
Best Student Paper
Mr. Jun Pei Lim James Cook University, Singapore Cultural Differences in Mirror Self-Recognition in 18 month-old Singaporean Toddlers
Ms. Andrea Treshi-Marie Perera The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus Manipulating the perceived shape and size of the finger has similar modulatory effects on tactile perception

2014 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Prof. Nadiya Slobodenyuk American University of Beirut, Lebanon Sense of Agency from Force Feedback in Haptic Displays
Best Student Paper
Mr. Chew Kia Hong Peter James Cook University, Singapore Psychometric properties of the Statistical Anxiety Scale among students in Singapore and Australia

2013 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Krissy Wilson Charles Charles Sturt University,Australia The Benefits of Belief : Emotional Intelligence, Self Esteem and Belief in the Paranormal.
Best Student Paper
Ms. Triana Kesuma Dewi Airlangga University, Indonesia Does Religiosity Matter? The Influence of Religiosity Mediated by Acceptance on Quality of Live among Muslim Patients in Palliative Care