Foundations for (New) Faculty
Employee Achievement Awards Celebration
Werewolves and Medievalism in Harry Potter
Peace-keeping in the Central African Republic and DR Congo: Can International Intervention Prevent Genocide?
The Call of War: Canada Embraces a Total War
People at Laurier
With provincial and federal funding, Kim Roberts studies the memory processes of young children to help prevent gaps in detail. She examines how police extract memories from multiple abuse victims, and is developing a police interview technique to help children correct their errors. Her other research objectives include identifying the skills that are necessary to prevent confusion and the age range where children master these skills.