Amori Mikami

Professor
phone 604 822 3245
location_on Kenny Room 1904--2136 West Mall

Research Areas

Education

PhD, University of California – Berkeley, 2004

About

Dr. Amori Mikami is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. She is also a registered clinical psychologist in British Columbia, Canada.


Research

Research interests include ways in which a supportive classroom or home environment can help children to make friends, with a  special interest in designing and evaluating interventions that train teachers or parents in strategies to assist children with peer problems.


Publications

For a full list of publications, visit the lab website.


Awards

  • Association for Psychological Science Rising Star (2011)
  • Canadian Psychological Association Rising Star (2011)
  • International Social Cognition Network (ISCON) Award (2005)
  • American Psychological Association Award (2005)

Amori Mikami

Professor
phone 604 822 3245
location_on Kenny Room 1904--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of California – Berkeley, 2004

Dr. Amori Mikami is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. She is also a registered clinical psychologist in British Columbia, Canada.

Research interests include ways in which a supportive classroom or home environment can help children to make friends, with a  special interest in designing and evaluating interventions that train teachers or parents in strategies to assist children with peer problems.

For a full list of publications, visit the lab website.

  • Association for Psychological Science Rising Star (2011)
  • Canadian Psychological Association Rising Star (2011)
  • International Social Cognition Network (ISCON) Award (2005)
  • American Psychological Association Award (2005)

Amori Mikami

Professor
phone 604 822 3245
location_on Kenny Room 1904--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of California – Berkeley, 2004

Dr. Amori Mikami is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. She is also a registered clinical psychologist in British Columbia, Canada.

Research interests include ways in which a supportive classroom or home environment can help children to make friends, with a  special interest in designing and evaluating interventions that train teachers or parents in strategies to assist children with peer problems.

For a full list of publications, visit the lab website.

  • Association for Psychological Science Rising Star (2011)
  • Canadian Psychological Association Rising Star (2011)
  • International Social Cognition Network (ISCON) Award (2005)
  • American Psychological Association Award (2005)