Ava Agar

Posters and Presentations

McCorriston, A., Agar, A. D., & Lawson, K. L. (June 2012). Maternal involvement and attachment in adult children’s intimate relationships. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association convention. Halifax, NS.

Agar, A. D., Lawson, K. L., Bayly, M., & Cey, E. (June 2012). Perceptions of pregnant women with medical conditions: An attribution theory approach. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association convention. Halifax, NS.

Wilson, L., & Agar, A. D. (January 2011). Inflammatory bowel disease: Beyond nutrition and medicine. Multidisciplinary team on inflammatory bowel disease: Royal University Hospital and University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, S.K.

Agar, A. D., Cormier, N. S., Carpenter, T. L., Woodworth, M., & Hancock, J. T. (March 2009). Dubious discourses: The role of suspicion in judging deceit within computer-mediated conversations. Paper presented at the American Psychology – Law Society (APLS) Conference. San Antonio, Texas.

Agar, A. D., Cioe, J. D. D., & Gorzalka, B. (June 2010). Daddy double: The effects of male role model involvement, paternal involvement, and divorce on adult children's intimate relationships. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association convention. Winnipeg, MB.

Agar, A. D., & Cioe, J. (June 2006). Potential mediators in the development of intimate relationships. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association convention. Calgary, AB. 

Journal Publications

Agar, A. D., Cioe, J., D. D., & Gorzalka, B. (2010). Biology matters? Intimate relationships of young adults from divorced and intact family backgrounds as a function of biological father and male model involvement. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 51, 441-463.