Supervisor: Dr. Claire Crooks and Dr. Lynda Hutchinson
ARC & Research Interests: Applied Psychology in Schools; Self-regulated learning and Mindfulness
Cassandra Trevisani completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology at King's University Collete at Western University under the supervision of Dr. Lynda Hutchinson. Her research project examined the moderation of stress on the relationship between dispositional mindfulness and self-regulated learning (SRL) in undergraduate students. She is currently completing her first year of the Masters in Applied School Psychology program in the Faculty of Education under the joint supervision of Dr. Claire Crooks and Dr. Lynda Hutchinson.
Conference Presentations (Oral)
Trevisani, C., Hutchinson, L. R. (2015). A Correlational Study of Self-Regulated Learning, Stress and Mindfulness in Undergraduate Students. Child Health Symposium, London, ON. May 2, 2015
Conference Presentations (Poster)
Hutchinson, L. R., Trevisani, C., DiBacco K. (2015). Self-Regulated Learning, Mindfulness and Perceived Stress in Undergraduate Students. Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Ottawa, ON. June 4-6, 2015
Trevisani, C., Hutchinson, L. R. (2015). A Correlational Study of Self-Regulated Learning, Stress and Mindfulness in Undergraduate Students. Canadian Universities Undergraduate Thesis Conference, London, ON. May 8, 2015