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Cassandra Hesse BA (KPU), MA (UBC), PhD Candidate (UBC)
Cassandra Hesse is developmental psychologist and sexologist. She is a PhD candidate at The University of British Columbia. Previously, she received her master’s degree at UBC in the study of Human Development, Learning, and Culture. Prior to this, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree (with honors) in the study of Psychology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Currently, she is completing her PhD which will examine the effects of pornography on young people’s sexual knowledge, beliefs, behaviours, and attitudes. In her free time, Cass can be found rowing, biking, and spending time with her family.
Areas of Interest
Her area of interest focuses specifically on controversial human sexuality and developmental behavioral concepts. Primarily, this includes sex, pornography, gender identities and roles, sexual orientation, pleasure, intimacy, and the biopsychosocial development of individuals across the life span.