I received my PhD in Psychology from Carleton University in 1991.
Prior to joining Laurier, I was a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council postdoctoral fellow at California State University - Fresno (1992-1993).
At Laurier, I have taught courses in social psychology, research methods, statistics, and the undergraduate thesis course.
My research focusses on the following topics, from social and cognitive psychology perspectives:
I may be looking for research assistants who would be interested in gaining volunteer experience in conducting research studies, data collection, questionnaire coding, data entry, and statistical analysis using SPSS. Contact me for more information.
I am willing to supervise undergraduate thesis or Directed Study students in the areas of experimental hypnosis or eyewitness memory, among other topics.