Jessie Lund

 
 

Jessie Lund is a 2nd year PhD student in Clinical Psychology at Lakehead University. Her research focuses on the psychological and social sequelae of traumatic events. Her dissertation research is supervised by Dr. Mushquash and examines the interrelationships among executive functioning, substance use, and adverse childhood experiences in First Nations adults. Jessie’s work is supported by a Joseph-Armand Bombardier SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship. She recently published a manuscript in the Journal of Perinatal Education. Jessie recently received the Clinical Section Educational Activity Grant from the Canadian Psychological Association. She is also the recipient of the 2019 Section on Traumatic Stress Student Poster Award, and the 2019 Section on Women and Psychology Student Paper Award from the Canadian Psychological Association. Outside of academia, Jessie enjoys reading, hot yoga classes, and basketball.

Publications

5. Lund, J. I., Kleinplatz, P. J., Charest, M., & Huber, J. D. (Accepted). The relationship between the sexual self and the experience of pregnancy. The Journal of Perinatal Education.

4. Lund, J. I., Schmidt, L. A., Saigal, S., & Van Lieshout, R. J. (2017). Personality characteristics of adult survivors of preterm birth and childhood sexual abuse. Personality and Individual Differences117, 101-105. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2017.05.028

3. Lund, J. I., Day, K. L., Schmidt, L. A., Saigol, S., & Van Lieshout, R. J. (2016). Adult social outcomes of extremely low birth weight survivors of childhood sexual abuse.Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 1-7. doi: 10.1017/s2040174416000532

2. Lund J. I., Day K. L., Schmidt L. A., Saigal S., & Van Lieshout, R. J. (2016). Adult mental health outcomes of child sexual abuse survivors born at extremely low birth weight.Child Abuse & Neglect, 59, 36-44. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2016.07.002

1. Charest M., Kleinplatz, P. J., Lund, J. I. (2016). Sexual health information disparities between heterosexual and LGBTQ+ young adults: Implications for sexual health. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 25(2), 74-85. doi: 10.3138/cjhs.252-a9


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