Kimberley Kaseweter

Postdoctoral Fellow

Other Titles: Postdoctoral Fellow in the Health Psychology / Bill Nelems Pain and Research Centre

Research Summary

Pain; prosocial behaviour; affect perception; e-health; bias; gender; race; empathy; psychopathy; statistical analysis


Over the past decade, Kimberley Kaseweter has developed and pursued an interest in the field of pain. Upon completion of her Ph.D. in Psychological Science, Kimberley was awarded the Stober Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship. With the support of this award, Kimberley began a research fellowship with the UBCO Department of Psychology, under the supervision of Dr. Susan Holtzman. Specifically, this fellowship allows Kimberley to conduct psychological research at the Bill Nelems Pain and Research Centre – a local interdisciplinary clinic for individuals suffering from chronic pain.




PhD Psychological Science, UBC Okanagan
BSc University of Northern British Columbia
MSc University of Northern British Columbia

Selected Publications & Presentations

Google Scholar

Selected Grants & Awards

Mitacs Accerelate Grant; Stober Postdoctoral Fellowship; Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship; Killam Doctoral Scholarship

Faculty Advisor/Supervisor

Paul Davies


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