Nichaela Garvey is completing her 4th year of her Honours BSc in Psychology at York University. She plans on pursuing clinical-developmental psychology at the graduate level, and is particularly interested in the area of vicarious racism, parental sensitivity, and the parent-child relationship. She hopes the research she conducts benefits at-risk youth in vulnerable communities.
Sierra DiMarco is in her 4th year of an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Life Sciences. She is interested in global healthcare accessibility and its effects on child and adolescent development, as well as investigating social determinants of health. She hopes to apply her background in biology, physiology and psychology to obtain a medical […]
Sabrina Da Silva is in her 4th year of her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She is originally from Brazil and is especially interested in clinical developmental psychology, especially areas related to the effects of socioeconomic status on development. She hopes to pursue graduate level education and work with children and families that are […]
Cassie Danz has completed her final year in her Specialized Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She spent the last year on exchange, studying at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. For her thesis, Cassie assisted in the development of a self-report scale measuring various aspects of mental effort; she employed cognitive pretesting methods to evaluate […]
Myra Massey graduated from York University in 2020 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She conducted her Honours Thesis supervised by Dr. Bohr examining school-based preventive interventions disseminated in Canada for adolescents at risk for suicide. Her current research explores community-based and school-based mental health and suicide interventions for Indigenous youth. She plans […]
Cassandra Stevenson graduated from York University in 2020 with a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Under the supervision of Dr. Bohr, her Specialized Honours thesis investigated the relationship between observed quality of maternal care in infancy and those infants’ mental health and perceptions of their mother’s parenting at age 10. Cassandra hopes to […]
Irina Osminin is in her fourth year of the Specialized Honours BA in Psychology Program. She has a background in working with children, families and vulnerable populations and hopes to continue her contribution in broader and more meaningful capacities. She is interested in maternal health, parenting practices and infant attachment with a social justice orientation. She […]
Fernanda de la Mora is completing her Honours BFA in Visual Art and Psychology at York University. She plans to pursue clinical psychology at the graduate level and conduct research on families, attachment and parent-child relationships.