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Supporting healthy outcomes in individuals with FASD: How do professional psychology programs across Canada support FASD-related learning?Download
Psychologists have a unique role in diagnosing, assessing, and providing intervention for a variety of disorders, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), a complex disorder that affects individuals prenatally exposed to alcohol. Each individual with FASD is unique. Thus, it is...
What I Want My Teachers to Know: The Lived Experiences of Adolescents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderDownload
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a diagnostic term used to describe impacts resulting from alcohol exposure during prenatal development. Individuals with FASD have strengths they can use in and out of the classroom, yet much of the current FASD literature has largely focused on personal...
In recent years, conversational agents have been widely used in education to support student learning. Conversational agents have the capability to enhance learning by improving interaction, motivation, feedback, and personalization. To date, researchers have designed and used different types of...
Executive Functioning and Service Use Among Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderDownload
In this manuscript-based thesis, I investigated the development of executive functioning (EF) in individuals with FASD, the types and intensity of services individuals with FASD and their caregivers access, and the associations between early EF, adaptive functioning, mental health, and later...
Approximately 3.5 million Canadians will meet the criteria for a mood disorder in their life time. Previous research has found that athletes are at a greater risk for mental health disorders than the general public. This could be due to professional athletes having intense physical and mental...
Women's Experiences of Self-Compassion in Coping with Sexual Problems Following a Sexual AssaultDownload
The majority of sexual assault incidents in Canada are committed against women and girls. Among the many injurious sequelae survivors can experience post-sexual assault are sexual problems. Sexual concerns related to desire, arousal, pain, orgasm and/or sexual well-being can last for years after...