About Asma Behery
I carry a very keen interest in understanding both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection and analysis in health and life sciences. Specifically, I am fascinated by the fields of human psychology and health sciences.
My Laidlaw Scholars research project focuses on whether mindfulness meditation and relaxation response meditation display synergistic effects on decreasing stress perception, when combined into one practice.
My motivation towards pursuing research in my areas of interest is partially fueled by my future aspiration to work in research, as a professor. I hope to continue building my research experience, while exploring a variety of psychology-related and health sciences-related research opportunities.
I am a/an:
Area of Expertise
I am extremely excited to be sharing my Summer I Research Summary Paper, below, on the Synergistic Effects of Mindfulness Meditation and Relaxation Response Meditation on Perceived Stress Levels.
Student, The University of Hong Kong
Undergraduate Student, University of Toronto
Administrative Coordinator, Tufts University
Student, University of Toronto
Undergraduate Researcher, University of Leeds
Student, Tufts University
Research Scholar, Durham University
Student, University College London
Laidlaw Undergraduate Research Scholar, Durham University
Student & Research Fellow, University of Toronto