Student Type: PhD Students

Marette Abdelmaseh

Marette Abdelmaseh is a first year PhD student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. She received her undergraduate Specialized Honours degree in Psychology at York University. Marette’s research focuses on comparing different measures of maternal-child interaction quality and understanding how they relate to various developmental outcomes in children. Marette is also actively involved […]

Khadija Bint Misbah

Khadija (Khad) Bint Misbah is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. She received her M.A. degree from York University. Khad’s research focuses parental causal attributions of children’s behaviour and caregiver sensitivity. She hopes to one day contribute to the development of parenting interventions for vulnerable populations, and to subsequently promote positive child […]

Yookyung Carol Lee

Yookyung Carol Lee is a fourth year PhD student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. She received her B.Sc. degree (Biopsychology) from University of British Columbia, and M.Sc. degree (Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology) from University College London. Her research focuses on the impact of culture in widely-used caregiver sensitivity assessment tools and whether they […]

Kayla Hamel

Kayla Hamel is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from McGill University in Montreal. Her experiences working in Latin American in high-risk environments affected by conflict, and in particular, working with children and youth living in difficult circumstances, motivated her to return to graduate school […]

Mariami Bimm

Mariami Bimm is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology program at York University. She received her Honours B.Sc. degree from the University of Ottawa and her M.A.Sc. from the University of Waterloo. Her research focuses on caregiver sensitivity and infant emotion regulation during stressful relational contexts. She is particularly interested in using behavioural and physiological measures to […]