Melissa St. Pierre, PhD PhD in Applied Social Psychology (with focus in Health & Community Psychology), Research Associate for the World Health Innovation Network, Serving on the Journal of Lesbian Studies Editorial Board

stpierre@yorku.ca

Melissa completed her honours thesis entitled: Homosexual Identity Development in the Context of the Canadian Forces: Organisational Influences, Schematic Responses, and Coping Strategies, under the supervision of Drs. Carmen Poulin and Lynne Gouliquer in 2005.

She received her PhD in Applied Social Psychology, with a focus in Health & Community Psychology, from the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada. She is currently a Research Associate for the World Health Innovation Network and serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Lesbian Studies.

Thesis Title: Homosexual Identity Development in the Context of the Canadian Forces: Organisational Influences, Schematic Responses, and Coping Strategies

Year: 2005

Supervisors: Drs. Carmen Poulin and Lynne Gouliquer