Lab Alumni

Hannah Dupuis, Honours BA (2021)

  • Honours Thesis: “Examining the Role of Gender Role Stress and Self-Esteem in the Unequal Division of Domestic Labour During COVID-19”

Alexandra N. Fisher, PhD (2020)

  • PhD Dissertation: “All the lonely people: A belongingness perspective on the stigmatization and well-being of single people.”
  • MSc thesis: “For richer or for poorer: How financial resources affect women’s mate value.”

Anastasja Kalajdzic, MSc (2020)

  • MSc Thesis: “A qualitative analysis of female breadwinner representations in the media.”

Elysia Desgrosseilliers, Honours BA (2020)

  • Honours Thesis: “Female empowerment messaging and perceptions of gender inequality
    in the Canadian Armed Forces.”

MacKenzie Robertson, MSc (2019)

  • MSc Thesis: “Dieting also starves romantic relationships: The association between dieting and romantic relationship quality.”

Anna MacIntosh, Honours BA (2019).

  • Honours Thesis: “Examining perceptions of costs and benefits in female breadwinner relationships.”

Ella Huber, Honours BA (2018)

  • Honours thesis: “Testing a self-and-social bonds model of health for individuals recovering from alcohol and substance use concerns.”

Eric T. Huang, PhD (2016)

  • PhD Dissertation: “Self-esteem and the relation between arousal and relationship-initiation motivation.”
  • MSc thesis: “The tell-tale heart: Self-esteem and physiological responses to social feedback.”

Lisa B. Hoplock, PhD (2016)

  • PhD Dissertation: ‘Will she say yes? A content analysis of accepted and rejected marriage proposals.”
  • MSc Thesis: “Verifying relational value: The moderating role of self-esteem in seeking self-verifying feedback.”

Theresa H. He, MSc (2015)

  • MSc Thesis: “The art of persuasion: Self-esteem, message framing, and the persuasiveness of prosocial messages.”

Chantele Joordens, MSc (2013)

  • MSc Thesis: “Does perceived mismatch in attractiveness between members of a romantic couple activate mating-motivated perception?”

Leah Robbins, Honours BA (2013)

  • Honours Thesis: “Who likes Angelina Jolie? Effects of self-esteem and relationship threat on acceptance of mate poaching.”

Brandon St. Pierre, Honours BSc (2011)

  • Honours Thesis: “Can a compliment tire you out? Self-esteem and reactions to social feedback.”