Maxine Gallander Wintre
Locations / Contact Info:
Behavioural Science - BSBKeele CampusPhone: 416 736 2100
Faculty & School/Dept.
Faculty of Health - Department of Psychology
Wintre, M. G., Gates, S.K.E., Pancer, S.M., Pratt, M.W., Polivy, J., Bernie-Lefcovitch, B., & Adams, G. (2009).The Student Perception of University Support and Structure Scale: Development and Validation. Journal of Youth Studies ,12, 289-306.
Provencher, V., Polivy J., Wintre, M.G., Pratt, M.W., Pancer, S. M., Birnie-Lefcovitch, S., & Adams, G. (2009) Who gains or who loses weight? Psychosocial factors among first-year university students. Physiology and Behavior, 96, 135-141.
Wintre, M. G., Knoll, G. M., Pancer, S. M., Pratt, M. W., Polivy, J., Birnie-Lefcovitch, S., & Adams, G. R. (2008). The Transition to University: Development of a Student-University Match (SUM) Questionnaire. Journal of Adolescent Research, 23, 745-769.
Wintre, M. G., Yaffe, M., & Crowley, J. (1995). Perception of Parental Reciprocity Scale (POPRS): Development and validation with adolescents and young adults. Social Development, 4, 129-148.
Wintre, M. G., & Vallance, D. (1994). A developmental sequence in the comprehension of emotions: Intensity, multiple emotions, and valence. Developmental Psychology, 30, 509-514.
Award for Outstanding Teaching - 1994
Dean of Arts
Currently available to supervise graduate students: No
Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers: No
Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects: No
Social & emotional development, including gender differences & immigrant/generational status. Currently investigating transitions of emerging adults (e.g. transition to university, domestic and international students, the army, etc). Also interested in developmental changes (from preschoolers to young adults) in social relations, consultant choices, social support, social participation skills & emotion cognition. Also comparisons between "atypical" & "typical" development.
A Multi-Site Study of the Transition to University.
Amount funded: $240629
Year Funded: 2006
Funded by: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council