Liliana Lariccia

Liliana Lariccia is a Master’s student in the Human Development program in the department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University. She also completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at McGill University.  In addition to this, Liliana has a graduate diploma in Youth Work from Concordia University. Liliana has been part of the lab for several years now, first, working as a volunteer, then as a research assistant on a variety of lab studies, on topics such as perspective taking and lie-telling. During this time, Liliana has also served as our lab coordinator. Her research interests include false-belief and moral emotions.

Awards

Travel Award: Development: A Canadian Conference on Developmental Psychology – 2018

McGill University Entrance Bursary – 2013

Conferences 

Lariccia, L., Andrews, A., Bosacki, S., & Talwar, V. (April 2019). The effects of moral emotions on preadolescents’ self-perceptions. Presented at the Human Development Conference, Montreal, QC.

Lariccia, L., Ciricillo, S., Bosacki, S., & Talwar, V. (May 2018). The driving forces of adolescents’ social competence. Presented at the Canadian Conference in Development, St. Catharines, ON.

Lariccia, L., Ciricillo, S., Bosacki, S., Talwar, V. (April 2018). Adolescence and the influences on their emotional competence. Presented at the Human Development Conference, Montreal, QC.

Andrews, K., Lariccia, L., Bosacki, S., & Talwar, V. (May 2018). The differential impact of theory of mind and gender on adoelscent’s empathetic concern. Presented at the Canadian Conference in Development, St-Catharines, ON.

Lariccia, L., Ciricillo, S., Nagar, M., Lavoie, J., Bosacki, S., & Talwar, V. (April 2017). Perspective-taking and academic competence: The developmental link in children. Presented at the Human Development Conference, Montreal, QC.

Ciricillo, S., Lariccia, L., Andrews, K., Lavoie, J., Bosacki, S., & Talwar, V. (April 2017). Emotional theory of mind, moral emotions, and children’s social competence. Presented at the Human Development Conference, Montreal, QC.