Closing date: November 26th, 2021. Please see the attached PDF for details.
Dr. Hamza will be considering MA applicants for the Developmental Psychology and Education program, and the School and Clinical Child Psychology program for the 2022/2023 academic year. Please see admissions guidelines on the OISE website for details how to apply. Typically, she meets with students after the admissions short-list has been generated to discuss potential research directions.
We have no volunteer opportunities available at this time. If you’re interested in volunteering in the lab, please email your name, cv, and a copy of your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org (and we will contact you if an opportunity becomes available).
Study: Exploring the Impact of Self-Injury on People who know Someone who Self-Injures
We are currently looking for participants for a project!
Do you know someone who engages in nonsuicidal self-injury? We are conducting a research study to better understand the impact of self-injury on people who know someone who self-injures (e.g., peer, romantic partner, friend, sibling). To participate in this study you must be:
We want to determine ways to help students who care for and support people who self-injure. If you would like to participate in this research or would like more information, you can access the study consent form and survey here: https://survey.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eA5DZ9ViyRMk6Qm
Or email the lab at email@example.com
The University of Toronto Human Research Ethics Committee has approved this study (Protocol 40361). If you have questions, contact the principal investigator Dr. Chloe Hamza at firstname.lastname@example.org