B.Sc., Psychology and its Applications, University of Toronto
M.A., Psychology, University of Toronto
M.A., Counselling and Clinical Psychology (Field: Clinical Psychology), University of Toronto
Ph.D., Counselling and Clinical Psychology (Field: Clinical Psychology), University of Toronto
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council (2016-2019)
Diversity Fund Graduate Travel Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2016)
Graduate Student Research Award-Master's Level, University of Toronto Scarborough (2016)
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2014-2015)
Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement, Natural
Sciences and Engineering Research Council (2013)
Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, Natural
Sciences and Engineering Research Council (2012-2013)
Certificate of AcademicExcellence, Canadian Psychological Association (2011)
Broadly, my research examines the role of executive function in subserving interpersonal dispositions, successes, and failures, using a multimethod approach that combines neuropsychological assessment, neuroimaging, and self/informant-reports. Additionally, my research also explores various clinical applications of functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS).
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