Tracy Freeze, Ph.D.
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Tracy Freeze, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology – Dept. Coordinator

506-858-8970 ext: 152

B.A. (Hons.), University of New Brunswick
M.A., University of New Brunswick
Ph.D., University of New Brunswick

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Honours & Scholarships

The Stephen & Ella Steeves Research Scholarship Award, Crandall University, 2016
The Stephen & Ella Steeves Award for Excellence in Service, Crandall University, 2016
International Award for Excellence, The Organization Studies Journal Award for the article “Transforming the Cynic: Recommendations for Leaders Implementing Organizational Change, 2009

Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology
Advanced Research Methods
Psychology of Attachment
Motivation
Adolescent Development
Adult Development
Forensic Psychology
Criminology
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
Learning and Behavior Modification

Select Publications & Presentations

Freeze, D., Freeze, T. & Hamilton, K. (2015). Church Family and Well-Being: Attachment Process or Social Support? Congress of the International Association of the Psychology of Religion, Istanbul.

Freeze, T. & Lake, C. (2015). Christian Scripture Reading as a Moderator of the Relationship between Attachment to God and Religious Crisis. Congress of the International Association of the Psychology of Religion, Istanbul.

Freeze, T. & Violette, M. (2015). Marital Health: An Examination of the Role of Attachment to God and Religious Behaviors. American Psychological Association, Toronto.

Freeze, T. & DiTommaso, E. (2014). An examination of attachment, religiousness, spirituality and well-being in a Baptist faith sample. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 1(7)690-702. doi:10.1080/13674676.2014.899569 

(2014). Transforming the cynic: Recommendations for leaders implementing organizational change. In Leadership and Organizational Change, ed. J. Westover.  The Organization (University of Illinois Research Park).

Freeze, T. & DiTommaso, E. (2013). An Examination of the Role of Attachment, Religiousness, Spirituality and Well-Being in a Christian Sample. International Association of the Psychology of Religion, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Freeze, T. & DiTommaso, E. (2011). Church Family Conceptualized as an Attachment to Group Process. Poster session, Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto.

(2009). Transforming the cynic: Recommendations for leaders implementing organizational change. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 9(2), 141-154.