Research Assistant, Community Health and Social Innovation Hub
Abbotsford campusemail Imran
Imran recently graduated from UFV with a bachelor of arts in psychology honours. She completed her honours thesis examining the effects of screen time on adolescents’ and young adults’ social experiences. She has presented her research at conferences such as NOWCAM and UFV’s Student Research Day. Her research interests include evaluating how intergenerational discrepancies impact adolescent development, with a focus on how the endorsement of romantic/sexual identity impacts attachment. She hopes to continue her education with the long-term goal of becoming a psychology professor and continuing research.
Imran began working as a research assistant at CHASI in the Summer of 2022. She has enjoyed applying her studies to practice. Moreover, she loves being a part of a fantastic team that promotes personal growth and positive change within the community.
In her personal life, Imran enjoys hiking, snowboarding, going to the gym, or relaxing by reading, sketching, and watching anime.