Posts in MA Student
Shakira Mohammed

Shakira Mohammed is in the first year of the MA program in Clinical Psychology. Her area of research interest involves the investigation of predispositions, such as perfectionism, that might explain maladaptive and adaptive outcomes in vulnerable populations. Shakira successfully completed a MA in Applied Psychology at Laurentian University, where her Master’s thesis focused on the role of perfectionism and emotion dysregulation in predicting excessive exercise tendencies. Her current Master’s thesis will evaluate the relationship between perfectionism and psychological well-being, and further examine the sense of mattering as a potential resilience factor in first year undergraduate students.

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Angela MacIsaac

Angela is in the first year of the MA program in Clinical Psychology. She is from Sudbury, Ontario, and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto. Her MA research will look at resilience and cognitive factors associated with it in undergraduate students through the use of a smartphone app. Her interests in cognition include how beliefs, perceived locus of control, and cognitive flexibility affect resilience and adaptability. She is also interested in personality and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, which she was exposed to while working at the Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

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MA StudentTyler Drawson