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Hello! I'm Naomi.

Originally from Calgary, Alberta, I moved to the Greater Toronto Area to pursue an M.A. in Social & Personality Psychology at York University under the supervision of Dr. Esther Greenglass.

 

My broad research interests include racial discrimination and positive psychology. 

 

In my free time, I like to read and collect books.

EDUCATION

EDUCATION
EXPERIENCE

2022 - 2024

Master of Arts, Social & Personality Psychology

YORK UNIVERSITY

Supervisor: Dr. Esther Greenglass

2017 - 2022

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology (Honours) & Sociology

MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY

Supervisor: Dr. Naomi Grant

CLIENTS

SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS

​2023

2023 - 2024

2023

2022 - 2023

2020

2020

Academic Excellence Fund - $1617

Ontario Graduate Scholarship - $15,000

Academic Excellence Fund - $1100

Ontario Graduate Scholarship - $15,000

​Access to the Future Scholarship - $1,000

Jason Lang Scholarship - $1,000

CONTACT

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Buchanan, T., Phung, N., Hammoud, M., Kjartanson, K., & Friesen, A. Parental concerns among Canadian mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic: Intersections of visible minority status and parenting children with disabilities [Revised & resubmitted]. Department of Sociology, Mount Royal University.

 

Pascoe, L., Phung, N., Wells, L., & Esina, E. (2023). Expanding the behavior change toolbox: Using gamification to mobilize more men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Studies. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41347-023-00357-8

 

Rukh-E-Qumar, H., Kakish, I., Dumitrache, A-M., Khan, R., Yang, C., Phung, N., Aiyer, H. P., Al-Leswas, S., Erdogan, Y., Renade, R., Djigo, M., & Kholina, K. “It’s not just some cookie cutter that you have to fit into”: A qualitative study of immigrant womens’ needs, experiences, and barriers to sexual and reproductive health education in Canada. [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Canadian Advisory of Women Immigrants.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Duhaney, P., Phung, N., & Beamer, K. Black Canadian women’s access to services for domestic violence: An environmental scan [Manuscript in preparation]. Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.

 

Phung, N., & Greenglass, E. Psychosocial predictors of anxiety about covid-19 [Manuscript in preparation]. Department of Psychology, York University. 

NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Khan, R., Rukh-E-Qumar, H., Dumitrache, A-M., Kakish, I., Yang, C., Phung, N., Erdogan, Y., Renade, R., Djigo, M., Aiyer, H., Ahmed, Z., De Freitas, C., & Joshi, K. (2023). A sexual and reproductive health curriculum and toolkit for immigrant communities. Canadian Advisory of Women Immigrants.

 

Baker, E., Pascoe, L., Wells, L., & Phung, N. (2022). Using data science to engage and mobilize men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion: Rapid evidence review. The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

 

Pascoe, L., Wells, L., Esina, E., & Phung, N. (2022). Bystander interventions to engage and mobilize men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion: Rapid evidence review. The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

 

Pascoe, L., & Wells, L., Esina, E., Phung, N. (2022). Using nudges to engage and mobilize men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion: Rapid evidence review. The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

 

Pascoe, L., Wells, L., Esina, E., & Phung, N. (2022). Using social norms approaches to engage and mobilize men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion: Rapid evidence review. The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

 

Pascoe, L., Wells, L., Esina, E., & Phung, N. (2022). Using virtual reality and immersive storytelling to engage and mobilize men for violence prevention and the advancement of gender equality, diversity, justice, and inclusion: Rapid evidence review. The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

CLIENTS

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Nov 2022 – Present

 

 

 

Apr 2021 – Present

 

 

 

 

Nov 2021 – Nov 2023

 

 

Sept 2022 – Apr 2023

 

 

 

June 2022 – Nov 2022

Oct 2021 – Aug 2022

 

 

 

Sept 2019 – Dec 2021

 

 

 

Feb 2020 – Jan 2021

Research Assistant                                                                         

PI: Patrina Duhaney, Ph.D., Faculty of Social Work

University of Calgary

 

Research Assistant                                                                         

PI: Lana Wells, MSW, Faculty of Social Work

Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence

University of Calgary

 

Research Assistant                                                                         

Canadian Advisory of Women Immigrants

 

Research Practicum                                                                       

PI: Esther Greenglass, Ph.D., Department of Psychology

York University

 

Research Assistant                                                                         

PI: Liza Choi, MBA., School of Nursing & Midwifery

English as an Additional Language Student Support Program

Mount Royal University

Research Assistant

PI: Tom Buchanan, Ph.D., Department of Sociology

Mount Royal University

 

Research Assistant                                                                         

PI: Cheryl Techentin, Ph.D., Department of Psychology

Mount Royal University

 

Research Assistant                                                                         

PI: Irene Shankar, Ph.D., Department of Sociology

Mount Royal University

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