' Research Personnel



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Parky Lau, Lab Coordinator 

Parky is a recent graduate of the B.A. program in Psychology. Within the field of developmental psychology, Parky seeks to further understand the development of social cognition and learning with respect to how children decide whether an informant is credible. Specifically, the processes by which children assess cues to credibility and how these assessments may change across development and in different contexts. In the future, Parky would like to pursue further graduate studies in clinical psychology and foster positive change in individuals across lifespan.

 

Charlotte Stewardson, Lab Coordinator

 

 

Diana Lee, Adolescent Research Coordinator

 

Parky Lau, Lab Coordinator 

Parky is a recent graduate of the B.A. program in Psychology. Within the field of developmental psychology, Parky seeks to further understand the development of social cognition and learning with respect to how children decide whether an informant is credible. Specifically, the processes by which children assess cues to credibility and how these assessments may change across development and in different contexts. In the future, Parky would like to pursue further graduate studies in clinical psychology and foster positive change in individuals across lifespan.

 

Charlotte Stewardson, Lab Coordinator

 

 

Diana Lee, Adolescent Research Coordinator

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Tamara Vincent - Outreach Liaison/Research Associate

Tamara graduated with a Master degree in Clinical Child and Family Studies after earning a Bachelor degree in Social Work. From an early age on Tamara has been interested in the role of social interactions on human development and worked in various settings (clinical, health promotion, higher education) and in different roles prior to joining the K.I.D. Studies Centre as Outreach Liaison. Tamara's main motivator has always been wanting to make an impact on young people's lives and she loves working together with the wonderful people of the K.I.D. Studies Centre in achieving this.

 

 

 

 

 


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