Dr. Morrison is presently Associate Professor of Education Psychology at the University of New Brunswick. As a psychologist and academic, Dr. Morrison has been actively involved in a variety of projects in the areas of health research, program evaluation and the implementation of community-based rehabilitation services for high-risk children and their families. Dr. Morrison has received funding from CIHR, Health Canada and the National Crime Prevention Centre to complete a range of research initiatives aimed at tobacco control, crime prevention and knowledge translation of health research in educational and clinical contexts.
Dr. Peterson holds a doctoral degree from Boston University in Educational Psychology and Diversity. She has served as Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at the University of New Brunswick and has presented at symposia and conferences across Canada on meeting the needs of exceptional learners.
Dr. Peterson teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in educational exceptionalities. Research interests include positive psychology, resiliency factors, inclusive education systems, universal instructional design, learning disabilities and exceptionalities, autism spectrum disorders, multi-sensory impairment and educational technology.
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