Sex, Gender, and Reproductive Psychology Lab

Linzi is an Assistant Professor of Psychology within the Applied Social Psychology program stream at the University of Saskatchewan. Her current research primarily focuses on examining the outcomes of therapy and service dog programs, measuring the human-animal bond, and ways to improve the animal-assisted services (AAS) industry. She is also interested in research pertaining to reproductive decision-making, sexual health education, rape/sexual assault culture, and sexual consent. 

With funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Patient-oriented Research (POR) Transition to Leadership Phase 2 competition, Linzi is completing her project “Supporting Canadian Veterans with Service Dogs”. To read more about her research check out her website