Academic Papers and Books

Liu, Sarah. Changes in Personality and Well-Being Across Adulthood: Riding the Self-Esteem Rollercoaster. (2019). Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto.

Blake, Sylvia. “But What’s in it for us?” Tracing the Genealogy of Broadcast Diversity and its Manifestations in the CRTC’s Let’s Talk TV Proceedings. (2018). Burnaby, BC: Simon Fraser University.

Pileggi, Victoria A. “Someone Who Counts”: Exploring Father-Daughter Relationships when the Daughter is Living with a Facial Difference. (2018). Guelph, Ontario: University of Guelph.

Tong, Catherine. The Physical Activity and Mobility of Foreign-born Older Adults: A Multilingual Focused Ethnography in Vancouver, Canada. (2017). Vancouver, British Columbia: UBC.

Gibbings, Sheri. Transparency, Conspiracy, and Surveillance: Information Politics and Street Vendors in Urban Indonesia. (2017). Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press.

Piran, Niva. Journeys of Embodiment at the Intersection of Body and Culture: The Developmental Theory of Embodiment. (2017). Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Elsevier Books (Academic Press imprint).

Trachtenberg, Lianne. Identity and Well-Being in Breast Cancer Survivors (2016). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

Saldanha, Lisa. Examining Scale Up of Community-Based Nutrition Services and Changes in Maternal and Child Nutrition Behaviors in Rural Ethiopa (2016). New Orleans, Louisiana: Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (Ph.D. dissertation).

King-Brown, Erin K. Weight-Related Messages in Primary Care: Challenges and Possibilities (2015). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

Bischoff, Theanna. Interior Music: An Examination of the Sociocognitive Abilities of Fiction Writers (2013). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).
—Recipient of the Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Excellence Thesis Award.

Peasley, Elyse Michelle. Women’s Experiences of Embodied Joy: Resisting the Cultural Dictate of Bodily Dissatisfaction (2013). Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (Ph.D. dissertation).

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