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About me

I have been working as a researcher at the GEMH lab since 2018. I currently focus on the impact of social media on identity development.





Projects I’ve worked on

  • Category
    Social Media
    Date
    31/08/2020
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    XCAVO: Realigning Your Digital Life

    About the project

    Digital media are designed to serve many different functions: socialising, working, building relationships, as well as playing and being entertained. In this project, we seek to understand the impact of different features of digital media, and help youth align what they value and love with what they do on digital platforms, in order to increase wellbeing and coherent identity development.

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My publications

  • Young People’s Digital Interactions from a Narrative Identity Perspective: Implications for Mental Health and Wellbeing

    Granic, I., Morita, H., & Scholten, H. (2020). Psychological Inquiry, 31(3), 258-270. https://doi.org/10.1080/1047840X.2020.1820225

    Author: Isabela Granic

    Upload date: 11-05-2021

  • Beyond Screen Time: Identity Development in the Digital Age

    Granic, I., Morita, H., & Scholten, H. (2020). Psychological Inquiry, 31(3), 195-223. https://doi.org/10.1080/1047840X.2020.1820214

    Author: Isabela Granic

    Upload date: 11-05-2021

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Isabela Granic
Director of GEMH Lab

Professor and Chair of the Developmental Psychopathology department in the Behavioural Science Institute; writer; voracious podcast consumer; mother of two upstanding little gamers

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Professor at McMaster's University

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Ken Koontz
Creative Director of GEMH Lab

GEEK, Game designer, artist, producer, anime and video game enthusiast, American football player, and as of recently a newb gardener. I'm pretty much always down for new ventures and experiences - O' ley do it!

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Founder of Koontz Interactive

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