Samantha Bouchard

Samantha Bouchard received her BA in Honours Psychology, with distinction,
from Concordia University in 2018. During her BA, she developed widespread
research experience working as a research assistant/coordinator in various
research labs.
 
Under the supervision of Dr. Geoffroy and Dr. Langevin, her MA thesis uses the
Quebec Longitudinal Study of Kindergarten Children to (a) examine the impact of
child sexual abuse on adulthood financial outcomes and (b) examine the
mediating effects of poor mental health. Her research aims to further our
understanding on how sexual abuse before the age of 18 can have a lasting
negative impact in terms of financial outcomes in mid-adulthood, and allow us to
better understand intermediary pathways.
 
Her MA is currently supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council of Canada, Joseph-Armand Bombardier Graduate Master’s Scholarship
(2020 – 2021)

Samantha Bouchard
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