Plain language summaries take the work and research that comes out of the SCHT lab, and presents it in a clear way. These summaries allow research to be transparent, understandable, and most importantly, accessible.
Plain language summaries are written by volunteers in the SCHT lab, providing a unique and critically important experience for undergraduate students. Writers engage fully with research results coming out of the lab using a multi-step process and guided by the researchers and student editors.
Writers: Safa Nadeem & Briana De Roo Editor: Holly Funk Abusive actions in close relationships are common. Ways of dating digitally have impacted the types of dating abuse that can happen. Digital Dating Abuse (DDA) is abuse that happens using technology, like computers or phones. But not everyone agrees on… Read More »Examining the perceived harms of digital dating abuse
A traumatic event is a harmful or dangerous experience that can change a person’s idea of the world as being a fair, safe place 1. Traumatic events are more common than we think, with past studies showing that about 76% of Canadians have lived through a traumatic event at some point in their life.
Hello! We have been hard at work developing a new set of articles called plain language summaries. These summaries aim to clearly and concisely explain research articles that have been published through the SCHT Lab. Our goal with this is to make research more understandable and accessible to all, so… Read More »New! Plain Language Summaries