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Queen's in the News: September 3

Ingrid Johnsrude (Psychology) – Spouse’s voice easier to understand or ignore in a crowd, in the New Zealand Herald, Times of India, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Ottawa Citizen and on CTV News Channel.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Why would President Obama look to get involved in the conflict in Syria, on CTV News Channel, Channel News (Asia) and the Sun News Network.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Direct selling jobs should be taken on with caution, in the National Post.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – Young adult novel challenges presumption that settling scores is justified, in the Vancouver Sun.

Mark Berber (Psychiatry) – Back to school time isn’t what it used to be, in the Hamilton Spectator.

Mike Condra (Health Couselling and Disability Services) – School is a time of very mixed feelings, on CBC’s Ontario Morning and in the Kingston Whig Standard.

 

David Lyon (Sociology) – Canadians split on government online snooping, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

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