We are full time faculty members in the University of Waterloo’s Department of Psychology who have a shared interest in understanding the development and persistence of anxiety problems. Currently, the Anxiety Studies team includes Dr. Christine Purdon and Dr. David Moscovitch, the graduate students they supervise, and the research assistants who work for them.
Dr. Christine Purdon is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo.
Dr. David Moscovitch is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo.
Drs. Purdon and Moscovitch supervise the research of MA/PhD students who have completed their 4-year undergraduate honours degrees in psychology and are receiving specialized training in research and treatment of psychological problems.
More information about our current graduate researchers can be found here.
We also hire Research Assistants (RAs) to help with intake and administration. They are carefully selected and well trained to ensure that they operate in accordance with standards for professional conduct. Their work is overseen by the graduate researchers and by Drs. Purdon and Moscovitch.
Joshua Budge is our Anxiety Studies Division research coordinator.