Kate is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Psychology. Kate is completing her Honours thesis under the supervision of Dr. Scott Ronis and Dr. Lucia O’Sullivan on peer perspectives of sexual assault strategies in mixed-sex social interactions. Working in the Youth and Family Research Lab will allow Kate to explore further her interests relating to sexual violence and intimate relationships and aid in her plans to attend graduate school in Clinical Psychology. Kate is also working in other research labs on various research projects examining transactional sex relationships, infidelity, and a meta-analysis on ADHD and time perception deficits.
Snodgrass Honours Prize in Psychology (2021)
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Memorial Prize in Developmental Psychology (2020)
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Memorial Prize in Clinical Psychology (2020)
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Memorial Prize in Social Psychology (2019)
Richard Scott Merit Award (2021)