Krystelle Shaughnessy Ph.D., C. Psych.

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Krystelle Shaughnessy Ph.D., C. Psych.
Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology Program

Ph.D University of New Brunswick, 2013
M.A. Acadia University, 2007
B.A. University of Ottawa, 2005

Room: Vanier, 4013
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 8701
Work E-mail: Krystelle.Shaughnessy@uOttawa.ca

Krystelle Shaughnessy

Biography

Dr. Krystelle Shaughnessy (C. Psych)

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. University of New Brunswick, 2013

M.A. Acadia University, 2007

B.A. University of Ottawa, 2005

As Director and founder of the INSITE lab, Dr. Shaughnessy (she/her/they) is involved in all of the lab projects. She started her program of research focused on people’s use of technology for sexual activities in collaboration with Sandra Byers, Ph.D. She expanded her research to examine how people high in social anxiety use technology for social activities during a post-doctoral fellowship with David Moscovitch, Ph.D. Currently, she is focused on theoretically-driven cybersexuality research, and developing reliable, valid, and inclusive research methods. Dr. Shaughnessy occasionally pursues other research related to her broad interests in human sexuality, cognitive-behavioural theory, and evidence-based clinical psychology practice. For information about her teaching and other university activities, please visit her uOttawa profile page.

 
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