mage of Collaborators and Personal Relationships Research


Dr. Stephen M. Yoshimura, University of Montana
Revenge in interpersonal relationships.
Click here to read an interview with Dr. Yoshimura about his work on revenge. Click here to read our piece published in The Conversation on the question whether revenge is sweet. Click here to read about our collaboration.

Dr. Mahzad Hojjat, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and Dr. Madelynn Stackhouse, University of North Caroline Greensboro
Friendship and forgiveness.

Dr. Janne Holmgren and Genevieve Currie, BN, MN, Mount Royal University
The effects of celiac disease on romantic relationships.

Dr. Jac Brown, Macquarie University, Australia
The need to belong, forgiveness, and the experience of being excommunicated.

Dr. Madelynn Stackhouse, University of North Caroline Greensboro
Unforgiveness and displaced revenge.

Dr. Elaine Scharfe, Trent University and Dr. Beth Visser, Lakehead University
Attachment, the dark tetrad, and the dark side of relationships.

Dr. Christopher Sears, University of Calgary, Dr. Vina Goghari, University of Toronto, and Dr. Kathleen Hughes, University of Calgary
Student satisfaction.

Dr. Ashley K. Randall, Arizona State University, and Dr. Claudia Chiorolanza, University di Roma Sapienza
International consortium studying the effects of COVID-19 on romantic relationships.

Dr. Careen Khoury, graduate of York University.
Held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Calgary from September, 2014 to August 2016.