Graduate Students



Chang Chen

Doctoral Candidate (Clinical Psychology)

Chang’s research interests span across clinical, social, and developmental psychology. She is broadly interested in examining the quality of perfectionistic individuals’ social relationships, the influences of parenting styles, family, and cultural environment on the development of perfectionistic behaviour, as well as therapeutic processes and treatment outcomes for psychological problems related to perfectionism and other underlying personality pathology.


Lisa Zhang

Ph.D. Student 

Lisa’s research interests include the relationships between interpersonal processes, treatment-related processes, and perfectionism.


Silvain Dang

Ph.D. Student 

Silvain’s research interests include perfectionism, attachment style, culture/ethnicity, sexual attitudes, sexual violence, and the neurobiology of sexual behaviours.


Ariel Ko

Ph.D. Student

Ariel’s research interest is on developmental psychopathology, with a special focus on the development of perfectionism in children and adolescents, and developing treatment strategies for perfectionism in youth.


Faith Jabs

M.A. Student