Current MASH Lab Researchers
Lisa Dawn Hamilton, Ph.D.
Lisa Dawn Hamilton is an assistant professor in Psychology at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB. She received her BA in Psychology from Simon Fraser University, followed by an MA and PhD specializing in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Texas at Austin. Her current research interests fall in three distinct areas: the effects of stress on sexual arousal and desire, monogamy/nonmonogamy, and sex-positive sex education.
Bonnie Fisher, BA Psychology (Honours), BSc
MASH Lab Coordinator
Bonnie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Psychology from Dalhousie University and a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Psychology from Mount Allison University. Her Honours research examined how perceptions of relationship commitment and approach/avoidance motives influence sexual compliance. Bonnie has presented a variety of posters at national and international conferences.
Bonnie hopes to pursue a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She enjoys the opportunity to gain more experience with sex and relationship research as the coordinator for the MASH Lab.
Daryl Atkinson, BA Psychology (Honours)
Graduated from Mount Allison University with his BA Psychology (Honours) degree in 2015. His thesis examined the effects that semantic congruency, spatial congruency, and musical training had on perception. His findings were presented in poster format at the 2015 CCBBCS at Carleton University in Ottawa, ON. His research interests include the intersection of technology and psychology, including cyberpsychology, user experience research, and human-computer interactions.
Daryl is hoping to pursue a degree either in Human-Computer Interactions or Clinical Psychology.