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At Brock University, we strive to make a difference. Our research and scholarship addresses real-world challenges; in the process, we come up with knowledge and insights that may be helpful to society. In this series, our researchers and scholars share what they’ve learned through their work.

Featured researcher

Danielle Sirianni-Molnar

Associate Professor, Child and Youth Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences

Danielle Sirianni-Molnar is asocial/personality psychologist. At the broadest level, her research is focused on understanding the biological, psychological, social, and developmental factor that contribute to health and well-being across the lifespan, with a particular focus on early and middle childhood. Her specific interests include understanding the role of social-personality vulnerability factors, especially perfectionism, in the etiology, promotion, and maintenance of physical health and well-being.

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Christopher Fullerton

Associate Professor, Geography and Tourism Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences

Miriam Richards

Professor of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Elizabeth Greene

Associate Professor, Department of Classics
Faculty of Humanities

Kimberly Cote

Professor of Psychology
Faculty of Social Sciences

Gary Pickering

Professor of Biological Sciences and Psychology
Faculty of Mathematics and Science