Graduate Students

Charlene Belu

Supervisor: Dr. Lucia F. O’Sullivan

Previous Degree: 

B.A. (Honours) with Distinction, Psychology

Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, AB

Supervisor: Dr. P. Lynne Honey

Brief description of clinical and research interests: I am in the Clinical Psychology program, and clinically, I am interested in trauma and its aftermath. I also have specific research interests in sexuality, romantic relationships and sexual violence.

Presentations

Belu, C.F., & O’Sullivan, L. F. (October, 2015). Mate poaching and the quality of relationships that emerge from it. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Canadian Sex Research Forum, Kelowna, British Columbia.

Belu, C.F., & O’Sullivan, L. F. (August, 2015). Why find my own when I can take yours: Mate poaching and relationship quality. Poster presented at the International Academy of Sex Research, Toronto, Ontario.

Belu, C.F., Lee, B. H., & O’Sullivan, L. F. (June, 2015). Still hung up on you: Post-relationship contact and tracking among Canadian emerging adults. Paper presented at the Canadian Psychological Association’s Annual Convention, Ottawa, Ontario.

Belu, C.F., Lee, B. H., & O’Sullivan, L. F. (October, 2014). Can’t let you go: Post-relationship contact and tracking among Canadian emerging adults. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Canadian Sex Research Forum, Kingston, Ontario.

Belu, C. F. & Honey, P. L. (July, 2011).  The women your mom warned you about: Dominance, sexuality and the Dark Triad. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Montpellier, France.

Awards:

  • 2015               Joseph Armand Bombardier CGS – Masters, SSHRC
  • 2015-2019      University of New Brunswick Arts Faculty Graduate Assistantship
  • 2014               New Brunswick Innovation Foundation Scholarship
  • 2014               University of New Brunswick Graduate Academic Assistantship

Email: c.belu@unb.ca