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With uninterrupted funding for thirty years from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Dr. Lemyre’s  work involves developing unique qualitative and quantitative methodologies for the subjective appraisal and contextual evaluation of social environment, especially with respect to stress, risk, adaptation and organizational learning, in either health or work settings. Dr. Lemyre’s interdisciplinary projects involve the major determinants of population health and their interaction, especially as they relate to Sense of Mastery, Uncertainty and Threat. The psychosocial aspects of public safety, public health, terrorism, emergency preparedness and psychosocial management of risks are at the core of her applied research program. For more information on the research thrust of the unit see below:

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