PGSA | PROFILE: Sue Song (MA 1)
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PROFILE: Sue Song (MA 1)

Where are you from and how did you end up in U of T Psychology?
I am from Korea but I did my undergraduate degree at UBC.

Whose lab are you in and what are you studying?
Dr. Penelope Lockwood‘s lab; I am studying interpersonal relationships.

What do you currently want to know more about? Or what is a skill you would like to develop?
I want to learn more about how people relate to each other and what may contribute compatibility between dyads
Skill set I want to develop: Stats, coding.

Last non-non-fiction book you read?
The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence (Gary Haugen and Victor Boutros).

If not this, what would you be doing with your life?
A competitive swimmer.

Advice for potential graduate students?
Strive to be excellent not perfect..

Want to get in touch with Sue? She can be reached at: <at>