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Recent Publications

Women's Health Experiences/PCOS

Soucie, K., Tapp, K., Kobrosli, J., Rakus, M., Katzman, R., Schramer, K., Samardzic, T., Citron, N., & Cao, P. (2023). “It wasn’t until I took the reins and said….”  Power and advocacy in Canadian women’s personal narratives of polycystic ovary syndrome diagnosis and treatment. Women’s Reproductive Health, 10(1), 88-109.


Soucie, K., Samardzic, T., Schramer, K., Ly, C., & Katzman, R. (2021a). The diagnostic experiences of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in Ontario, Canada. Qualitative Health Research, 31(3), 523-553.

Soucie, K, Samardzic, T., Schramer, K., Salam, Z., & Ly, C (2021b). Body and symptom-related concerns in women diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome: A gap in symptom management. Journal of Health Psychology, 26(5), 701–712. 

Samardzic, T., Soucie K., Schramer, K., & Katzman, R. (2021). "I Didn’t Feel Normal”: Young, Canadian Women’s Experiences with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.  Feminism & Psychology, 31(4), 571-590


Generativity, Community, & Environmentalism 

Jia, F., Soucie, K., Matsuba, K., & Pratt, M. (2021). Meaning in life mediates the association between environmental engagement and loneliness. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 18(6), 2897-2909.

Soucie, K, Jia, F., Zhu, N., & Pratt, M. (2018). The co-development of community involvement and generative concern pathways in emerging and young adulthood. Developmental Psychology, 54(10), 1971-1976.

Jia, F., Soucie, K, Alisat, S., Curtin, D., & Pratt, M. (2017). Are environmental issues moral issues? Moral identity in relation to protecting the natural world. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 52, 104-113.

Jia, F., Soucie, K, Alisat, S., & Pratt, M. W. (2016). Sowing seeds for future generations: Development of generative concern and its relation to environmental identity. International Journal of Behavioral Development.

Jia, F., Alisat, S., Soucie, K, & Pratt, M. W. (2015). Generativity and environmentalism: A longitudinal, mixed-methods study. Emerging Adulthood, 3(5), 306-319.

Mental Health/Stress and Coping (COVID-19 projects)  

Menard, D., Soucie, K., Ralph, J., Freeman, L., Chang, Y.Y. Morassutti, O., Foulon, A., Jones. M., & Desjardins, L (in press). A one-year follow up of hospital nurses’ experiences during the  COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Vol. ahead-of-print. No. ahead-of print/

Ménard, A.D., Soucie, K., Freeman, L.A., Ralph, J, Chang, Y.Y., & Morassutti, O. (2023). “I called us the sacrificial lambs”: Experiences of nurses working in border city hospitals during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 55(1), 42-54 

Ralph, J.Freeman, L.A.Ménard, A.D. & Soucie, K. (2021), "Practical strategies and the need for psychological support: recommendations from nurses working in hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic", Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 36 No. 2, pp. 240-255. 

Pascual-Leone, A., Yacoub, D., Abdullah, D., & Soucie, K. (2023). “I know what you’re feeling”: Narrative observations reveal underlying symptomatology. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 36(1), 88-102.

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