Past Students

Ph.D. Students

Chloe Pedneault, Development and Validation of the Attitude toward Sexual Aggression against Women (ASAW) Scale. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2016-2021)

Sacha Maimone, Assessing Implicit Evaluative Attitudes Toward Violence in Male Students, Male  Community Members, and Men Convicted of Violent Offences. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2014-2021)

Chantal Hermann, Rape Supportive Cognition: Investigations Using Implicit and Explicit Measures, Internet-Based Research, and Community Samples. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2010-2015)

Masters Students

Heather Burke, The Relationship Between Implicit and Explicit Violent Self-Concept and Violent Behaviour. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2019-2021)

Ali Croke, Evaluative Attitudes of Sexual Aggression Towards Women from Men Who Commit Sexually Aggressive Acts Towards Women. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2018-2021)

Emily Dunn, Evaluative Attitudes Towards Sexual Offending Against Children: The Development of Self Report Measure Items. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2018-2021)

Alicia LaPierre, Factor Structure and Distinctiveness of the Violence Propensity Vignette Questionnaire (VPVQ). Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2017-2019)

Gabrielle Lucente, Correlates of denial: Exploring the function of denial among men who commit sexual offences against children. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2017-2019)

Lynden Perrault, Do Evaluative Attitudes Towards Violence Influence Violent Behaviour? A Replication and Extension. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2017-2019)

Joshua Peters, Exploring Heterogeneity Among Deniers: Does Denial Predict Sexual Offender Recidivism Among Distinct Groups of Deniers? Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2017-2019)

Carolyn Blank, Violent Cognitions: Do Violent Offenders Express Evaluations, Norms, and Mitigations of Responsibility for Violence? Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2014-2017)

Anna Pham, Exploring the Underlying Constructs of Rape Cognition Scales and Their Relationships with Sexual Aggression. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2014-2016)

Kristen White, The Relationship Between Attitudes, Peer Norms, and Sexual Aggression. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2013-2015)

Sacha Maimone, The Relationship Between Attitudes Towards Violence and Violent Behaviour: The Use of Implicit and Self-Report Measures. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2012-2014)

Cathrine Pettersen, Factor Structure of the Aggression Questionnaire with Sexual Offenders. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2011-2013)

Julia Berliant, Sexual Assault Prevention: Changing Explicit and Implicit Attitudes of College Males. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2010-2012)

Jennifer Renee Malcom, Is Length of Prison Sentence Associated with Recidivism Among Sex Offenders? Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2009-2011)

Chantal Hermann, Arousal and Attitudes towards Rape. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2008-2010)

Ian McPhail, Emotional Identification with Children and Child Sexual Abuse. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2008-2010)

Rikki Sewell, Arousal and Attitudes towards Child Sexual Abuse. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2008-2010)

Kelly Babchishin, An Indirect Measure of Sexual Interest: Using the Implicit Association Test with Child Molesters. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2007-2009)

Nicolas Kessous, Under the Radar: Assessing Attitudes towards Child Sexual Abuse Using the Implicit Association Test. Department of Psychology, Carleton University (2007-2009)

Undergraduate Students

Julia Fraser: B.A. (2019), Assessing the Distinctiveness of Evaluative Attitudes Towards Violence.

Jordan Moore: B.A. (2019)

Natasha Tedesco: B.A. (2018)

Anna Fedotova: B.A. (2018)

Emily Start: B.A. (2018)

Josh Peters: B.A. (2017)

Allie Doerksen: B.A. (2016), Gender roles, social desirability, and antisocial behaviour.

Chloe Pedneault: B.A. (2015)

Eric Filleter: B.A. (2015)

Mari C. Shanahan Somerville: B.A. (2015)

Hanna Foster: B.A. (2014), Changing Cognitions Regarding Rape.

Mandie Woods: B.A. (Hons) 2012, Development of a Self-Report Measure of Attitudes Towards Rape.

Samantha Davis: B.A. (Hons) 2012, A Meta-Analysis of Rape Victim-Blame Studies.

Cathrine Pettersen: B.A. (Hons) 2011, The Effect of Competitive Status on Attitudes Towards Rape.

Lesleigh Pullman: B.A. (Hons) 2011, The Effect of Mood on Attitudes Towards Rape.

Kayla Lavoie: B.A. (Hons) 2010,  A Closer Examination of the Relationship between Child Sexual Abuse and Recidivism among Sex Offenders.

Michaela Dupuis: B.A. (Hons) 2009, Implicit Attitudes towards Violence.

Renee Malcom: B.A. (Hons) 2009, The Effect of Arousal on Attitudes towards Rape in Students.

Melissa Staddon: B.A. (Hons) 2009, Validation of the Measures of Criminal Attitudes and Associates.

Thanujah Yogarajah: B.A. (Hons) 2009, The Effect of Anger on Attitudes towards Rape in Students.

Samantha Balemba: B.A. (Hons) 2008, Attitudes towards Violence: An Analysis of Implicit and Explicit Cognitions.

Katie Ratcliffe: B.A. (Hons) 2008, Implicit Attitudes towards Sexual Coercion: Do Sexually Coercive Men Evaluate Rape More Positively than Non-Sexually Coercive Men?