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© 2016-2019 by Kaitlyn M. Werner


Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Department of Psychology
University of Toronto

Education and Experience

  • PhD in Social, Personality, and Health Psychology, 2015-2019

         Carleton University

  • Visiting Scholar, Social Cognition Center Cologne, 2018
    University of Cologne

  • MSc in Social Psychology, 2013-2015
    University of Victoria

  • BA (with distinction and honours) in Psychology, 2009-2013
    University of Rochester

I am a SSHRC Banting postdoctoral research fellow in the Toronto Laboratory for Social Neuroscience (PI: Dr. Michael Inzlicht) at the University of Toronto Scarborough. My research takes an interdisciplinary approach to understand the factors that facilitate successful self-regulation and goal pursuit. I also have a strong interest in advanced quantitative methods (e.g., multilevel SEM), research design (e.g., experimental, longitudinal, experience sampling), and meta-science (e.g., transparent and reproducible research practices). Outside of the lab, I am also an Ambassador for the Center for Open Science.


 Recent News 

Postdoctoral Fellowship to begin July 1, 2019 at the University of Toronto 
Research team is awarded a SSHRC Partnership Engagement Grant
New paper published in JRP examining the relation between conscientiousnes, grit, and self-control
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