Undergraduate Research Students
Élodie Audet, Undergraduate Research Student
Élodie is in her third year of her undergraduate studies in Psychology at McGill. Her current interests involve how interpersonal relationships influence goal progress, personality development and well-being. Through her work in the lab, she wishes to learn more about motivation and how we can put it to good use in our daily lives.
After graduation, Élodie hopes to pursue her studies in clinical psychology and become a clinical psychologist.
Doosik Shin, Undergraduate Research Student
Doosik is in his fourth year of his undergraduate studies in psychology. He is interested in examining the effects of different types of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on well-being and how they can be applied to improve mental health within a cultural context.
After graduation, Doosik hopes to continue his studies in graduate school and become a qualified therapist, helping people that are struggling with mental illness
Kiki Brabander, Undergraduate Research Student
Kiki is in the fourth year of her undergraduate studies in psychology with a minor in pharmacology. She is interested in psychopathology and will be studying the link between psychological need satisfaction and anxiety and depressive symptoms.
After graduation, Kiki hopes to pursue a graduate degree in clinical psychology so that she can help people improve their mental health.
Ben Thomas, Undergraduate Honours Research Student
Ben Thomas is in his second year of undergraduate studies in Psychology at McGill University. His research is focused on people’s different conceptions of how to live a ‘good life’. Specifically, he will be researching if particular forms of the good life are associated with positive or negative adaptation, as well as the relationship between personal goals, ones life philosophy and overall well-being.
After graduating, Ben wishes to pursue his interest in depression and anxiety disorders through a graduate degree in clinical psychology.