Shaneice obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan in 2019. Her undergraduate degree mainly focused on cognition, however her interests expanded into Social Psychology upon working with Dr. Lawson and Dr. Downe in the Reproductive Psychology Lab. Her honours thesis focused on women's decisions regarding the timing of motherhood.
Currently, Shaneice is continuing her studies in the Reproductive Psychology Lab as a Master's student in Applied Social Psychology. She will continue to pursue research on deferred childbearing, and men and women's fertility intentions. Additionally, Shaneice is interested in program evaluation and hopes to do program evaluation work in the future.
Fletcher-Hildebrand S, Lawson KL, Downe P (2019, September). The puzzle of fertility intentions: Motherhood schemas and life transitions. Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology, London UK.