Emily Britton, MA
Research and Evaluation Associate
Emily obtained her Master of Arts in Social Psychology and is currently completing her PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Waterloo. Throughout her graduate studies, she has conducted research on a variety of topics broadly related to motivation, self-regulation, and psychological well-being. Her dissertation work specifically focuses on understanding the role of anxious uncertainty in experiences of boredom, disengagement, and failures of self-control.
Emily has experience in all aspects of the research lifecycle with training in research design and methodology, as well as statistical analysis. She specializes in quantitative research methods, including experimental and survey research. As a Research and Evaluation Associate with HRI, Emily contributes to the design and execution of research and evaluation projects, including data collection, management, and analysis, as well as knowledge translation and dissemination.