Clinical (MSc 2)
Dr. D. Tripp
Hi! I am a second year MSc student in Clinical Psychology working with Dr. Dean Tripp in the Pain Lab. For my Master’s thesis, I am looking into biopsychosocial predictors of suicidal ideation in individuals with inflammatory bowel disease.
I have a specialist in Psychology and a minor in Physiology from the University of Toronto. During my undergrad, I was involved in several research projects, primarily related to memory and perception (scene memory in adults with mild cognitive impairment) and behavioural genetics (spatial memory in zebrafish). Evidently, I have dabbled in several areas of psychology, so how did I end up studying health psychology? Well, health psychology looks at the impact of psychological processes on physical health and illness - to me, that sounds like a perfect combination of psychology and physiology!
Outside of the lab and clinical work, I spend even more time involved in psychology-related activities; I am part of the social committee for the Association for Graduate Students in Psychology (AGSIP), and have TA-ed/am TA-ing PSYC221, PSCY236, and PSYC302.
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