BSc in Psychology, Applied Statistics, and Biology
University of Toronto
Daniella is a first-year master’s student at Ryerson University’s Research Methods and Statistics lab in the Psychology Department. With her passion for developmental psychology and education, she examined the factors that affect the implementation of new teaching pedagogies for her honour's thesis and assisted in projects that examined the affective, cognitive, and teaching factors that affect learning outcomes in students with ADHD and severe learning disabilities. Daniella has always had a keen interest in statistics, serving as a statistics TA, as well as a learning consultant for the Math and Statistics Learning Centre at UofT. She is thrilled to be joining the RMaS lab for her graduate studies. She will be involved in projects reviewing recent applied psychology literature for inappropriate interpretations of, and conclusions from non-significant test results and examining attitudes toward statistics.