Breaking Down Statistics on False Allegations of Sexual Assault

Apparently, according to president Trump (who is also a sexual assault perpetrator…) it is “a very scary time for young men in America” because women might make false allegations against them. I don’t think men have anything to worry about as long as they don’t sexually assault women. But in case that isn’t convincing enough, […]

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Start By Believing

This past week has been extremely emotionally draining, from attending two conferences, working on my thesis study, and trying to keep up with everything surrounding the recent hearing. It is a triggering time for survivors of sexual assault and abuse, and discouraging for victims (present and future). As a researcher of sexual assault victimization and […]

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A Reflection: Looking Back on My 2nd Year

Hey loves, it’s been a minute. As we begin a new semester and a new year, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on this past year in my PhD program (year 2) and how far I’ve come from when I started this blog a little less than a year ago. Special thanks to […]

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SPSP Conference Reflection

Yeah… so I know its not Friday — but let me explain. As I write this, I’m heading back to Detroit from the large conference I was attending in Atlanta, GA. What had happened was, I left this conference on Thursday morning thinking I would have time to write a reflection on this past semester […]

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Welcome to The PhDream

Over the past few years, I have been fortunate enough to find a career path that I truly enjoy and will allow me to make my mark in the world. Currently, I am in my second year of my PhD program at Wayne State University where I am studying health and social psychology with a […]

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What is a PhD?

What is a PhD?   A PhD stands for Doctorate of Philosophy. This title is given to those who have demonstrated a higher level of comprehension in conducting and producing research. Typically, most PhD programs in the U.S. expect that you will complete your Master’s in the first two years of work, teach some courses, […]

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