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Linda Bream


Dr. Linda Bream
BA (University of Minnesota) PhD (Waterloo)

Registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario in Clinical and School Psychology with children, adolescents, and families.

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Sarena Daljeet

MA Candidate
Sarena Daljeet

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Sarena is a graduate student in the clinical psychology program at the University of Waterloo. She is working under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Oakman as part of the Psychological Intervention Research Team.

Jenna Gilchrist

Postdoctoral Fellow

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My program of research examines emotions and emotion regulation among youth. Examining emotions among youth is complicated by the presence of multiple, co-occurring processes reflecting long-term change (e.g., developmental processes) and short-term variability (e.g., day-to-day variability).

Colin MacLeod

Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Colin MacLeod

BA (McGill University)

PhD (University of Washington)

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Fellow, Royal Society of Canada

Fellow, Canadian Psychological Association

Fellow, American Psychological Association (Divisions 1 and 3)

Marjory Phillips

Director, Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment

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BA (Western); PhD (Waterloo)

Registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario in Clinical, Counselling and Rehabilitation with Children, Adolescents and Families

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Joanne Wood

Distinguished Professor Emerita

BA (Wisconsin), MA, PhD (California, Los Angeles)

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Recipient, 2017, University Professor (a title bestowed by the university to recognize “exceptional scholarly achievement and international pre-eminence,” currently held by 16 faculty members)

Liz Lapidow

Postdoctoral Fellow

I investigate how learners seek to figure out the world around them by taking actions and considering possibilities. My research examines how children (and adults) learn and reason about causal systems and how learners make decisions during exploration. By integrating cognitive development with ideas from philosophy and computational modeling, I aim to better understand the spontaneous (and sometimes puzzling) behavior of human learners." 

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List of Representative Publications:

Lapidow, E., & Walker, C. M. (2022). Rethinking the “gap”: Self-directed learning in cognitive    development and scientific reasoning. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 13(2), e1580. doi: 10.1002/wcs.1580

Lapidow, E., Killeen, I., & Walker, C. M. (2022). Learning to recognize uncertainty vs. recognizing uncertainty to learn: Confidence judgments and exploration decisions in preschoolers. Developmental Science, 25, e13178. doi: 10.1111/desc.13178

Lapidow, E., Tandon, T., Goddu, M., & Walker, C. M. (2021). A Tale of Three Platforms: Investigating preschoolers’ second-order inferences using in-person, Zoom, and Lookit methodologies. Frontiers in Psychology, 12:731404. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.73404

Lapidow, E., & Walker, C. M. (2020). Informative experimentation in intuitive science: Children select and learn from their own causal interventions. Cognition, 201, 104315. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2020.104315

Research Interests

My research focuses on fields of Organizational Behaviour and Leadership, specifically topics of work-life balance, social networks, and racialized employees. My current research focuses on understanding the work-life experiences of professionally employed racialized women, with a present focus on South Asian women.

I have over a decade of academic and industrial work experience. A steadfast advocate of lifelong learning, my primary career goal is to be an effective educator – to teach future professionals to ask questions, find solutions and be kind and compassionate individuals that not only thrive in the workforce but make it a better place to be! I am interested in examining the effect of instructor kindness and care in relation to overall course learning and satisfaction. 

Teaching Interests

I am cross appointed to the Psychology Department and the Arts and Business Program (ARBUS). I currently teach Practical Business Skills (ARBUS 300) for the Arts and Business program. My overall teaching experience covers a variety of Organizational Behaviour and Business courses including Human Resource Management, Foundations of Leadership, International Business, Business Communications, Business Report Writing and Personal Computer Systems in Business.

In Winter 2023 I will be teaching Strategy and Program Integration (ARBUS 400), the capstone course in the Arts and Business Program.

Selected Publications

Moore, E. & Philip, A. (2022). Black Lives Matter: True commitment or tokenism? In King, E. B., Roberson, Q. M., & Hebl, M. R. (Eds.), Research on Social Issues in Management (V.3): The Future of Scholarship on Diversity & Inclusion in Organizations (pp.137 - 177). Information Age Publishing.