My previous research experience has focused on understanding the impact of parent-child interactions on children's emotional and cognitive development and, consequently, the influences these exert on numerous child outcomes, such as psychopathology, emotion regulation abilities, social skills, and academic functioning. As part of the O.U.C.H. Lab, I am excited to better understand parent-child interactions in the context of painful and distressing situations, how these impact the development of children's self-regulation abilities, and, more broadly, their mental health.
Honours and Awards:
2018: CGS-Master’s Scholarship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) 2018: Graduate Entrance Scholarship, York University