Charlene was a Master’s student in the History, Quantitative, and Theoretical Psychology program at Simon Fraser University. During her undergraduate studies, she conducted a study investigating whether differences in perspective-taking ability influenced one’s ability to identify sexual coercion as inappropriate sexual behaviour. It was while working on this project that she found my true academic interest was in methods and methodology. Her thesis project mixed-methods theory and application in psychological research. She is currently taking a break to raise her children.