Health Experiences and Longevity Lab
Department of Psychology
University of Windsor
The Health Experiences and Longevity (HEAL) Lab is directed by Dr. Kendall Soucie in the Department of Psychology at the University of Windsor.
About Dr. Kendall Soucie
Dr. Soucie earned her B.A. at the University of Windsor, her M.A. at Wilfrid Laurier University, and her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Wayne State University. She recently joined the University of Windsor as a tenure-track faculty member in the Child Clinical area in 2019. Her most recent research interests are in understanding the social, cultural, and institutional determinants of women’s health and chronic illness diagnosis and management (e.g., diagnosis experiences, misdiagnoses/errors, illness disclosure, patient-practitioner communications, and obesity stigma), particularly within the context of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Relatedly, Dr. Soucie is also interested in how chronic illness impacts a person's identity, life story, and relationship with their body. Her second area of interest lies in understanding youth generativity and its concurrent and longitudinal correlates (e.g., environmentalism, community engagement, and well-being during the transition to adulthood). Dr. Soucie is also a strong proponent of mixed-method research designs and integrates qualitative (life narratives/autobiography, interviews) and various quantitative methodologies to better understand these domains of study.
Dr. Soucie teaches the following courses:
Introductory Psychology (Psyc1150 & 1160)
Advanced Statistics (Psyc3010)
Social Science Research Methods (Psyc2300)
Child and Adolescent Development (Psyc2230 & 2240)
Qualitative Research Methods (graduate; Psyc8517)
For more information about the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Windsor and to download our program brochure, please go to www.uwindsor.ca/clinicalpsych
For any direct inquires, please contact Dr. Kendall Soucie at email@example.com
Dr. Soucie will be accepting 1 new graduate student for Fall 2022.
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