Adira Daniel

Adira Daniel

M.Sc. Candidate

University of Western Ontario


Adira Daniel (she/ her) is a M.Sc. student in Social, Personality, and Developmental Psychology. Her research interests include romantic relationships and intergroup variables such as culture or racial identity. Specifically, she is interested in examining whether and how differing intergroup identities within romantic couples affects the longevity and quality of those relationships. Outside of psychology, her greatest passions are coffee and succulents.

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  • Close Relationships
  • Romantic Relationships
  • Intergroup vs. Intragroup Relations
  • Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination


  • MSc in Psychology, in progress

    University of Western Ontario

  • BSc in Psychology & Global Health, 2020

    University of Toronto



Graduate Teaching Assistant

Sep 2020 – Present Department of Psychology- University of Western Ontario
  • The Psychology of Sex, Dr. Corey Issacs

Lab Manager

Stigma and Motivation Lab

Jul 2019 – Jun 2020 Department of Psycholgy - University of Toronto

Research Interests

Romantic Relationships

Research examining romantic relationships with individuals in the same versus different social groups.

Sibling Relationships

Reseach examining sibling relationships in multiple contexts

Stigma and Prejudice

Research exploring prejudice, and discrimination of underrepresented groups.