PhD, University of British Columbia
I received my Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology in April 1992. My dissertation was entitled “Premenstrual Syndrome in Context.” My Ph.D. work was completed under the supervision of Dr. Tannis MacBeth. During my PhD program, I specialized in the areas of child and adult development, with a particular focus on gender psychology and feminist theories. I also minored in statistical methods and consulted on many undergraduate and graduate research projects. In addition, I took courses in the Counselling Psychology and Social Work departments.
Master of Arts, University of British Columbia
I received my degree in May 1985. My thesis was entitled, “Actual and Perceived Mood Fluctuations: A comparison of menstrual, weekday, and lunar cycles.” My M.A. thesis work was completed under the supervision of Dr. Tannis MacBeth. During my M.A. Program, I specialized in developmental and physiological psychology, biopsychology, and human physiology and endocrinology.
Bachelor of Arts, University of British Columbia
I received my B.A. in psychology in May, 1981.