Our Child and Teen Studies Lab is fortunate to situate itself in a university context that facilitates our pan-disciplinary interests, concerns and responsibilities as psychologists. The following initiatives represent some of our work in collaboration with political scientists, social workers and gender studies scholars. This research responds to our mandate as social scientists to forge links with current social issues of the day with a consideration of equity, diversity and inclusion.
• Cameron, M.A., Ribeiro, A., Baier, G., McKay, S., Monnerat, R.A. & Cameron, C.A. (in press). Partisanship and political learning: Lessons from training politicians. Journal of Political Science Education.
• Dainaraviciute, N. & Cameron, C. A. (2022, June). Youth-identified impacts of racism at school. [Presentation]. The 83rd Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Calgary, AB, Canada.
• Yaghoubirad, M., Azadfallah, P., Farahani, H., & Cameron, C. A. (2021). Talking with Iranian trans women: Their experiences and identity development. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1080/19359705.2021.1923607
• Cameron, M.A., Baier, G., McKay, S., Monnerat, R., Ribeiro, A.M., & Cameron, C.A. (2019, November). Partisanship and political learning: Lessons from a training program for politicians [Symposium]. American Moral Education annual meeting, Seattle, WA, United States.