I earned my Ph.D. in Experimental and Applied Psychology in 2015, as well as my B.A. in Psychology in 2009, from the University of New Brunswick in Canada. I am currently a full-time Assistant Professor in the School of Social Sciences at Minerva Schools at KGI.
My research focuses on the impact of stereotypes on gender differences in math and spatial performance, and on gender differences in emotional intelligence. My work also aims to explain why men tend to outperform women on tests of spatial ability. My current work is funded by a Templeton World Charity Foundation “Diverse Intelligences” Grant. My graduate work was funded by a Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Postgraduate Scholarship.
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