Director, Office of Teaching and Learning Services
PhD (McMaster), BA (Algoma)
7-266H, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB780-633-3989
Serving as the Director for Teaching and Learning Services, Lynne hopes to share her passion for teaching and learning with the entire MacEwan community.
Available to supervise honours or individual study students.
Teaching and Research Interests
Students who conduct research with Dr. Honey will focus on social dominance traits and behaviours.
Dr. Honey is currently investigating various effects of novel teaching methods, including lectures, online delivery, blended learning, and ‘flipped classrooms’.
Selected Publications / Presentations / Conference Papers
Honey, P. L. & Fillion, C. (2017). Is chastity an obsolete virtue? Contrasting cues of chastity and parental investment for mate evaluation. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 8, Sp. Iss. (3), 77-91.
Semenyna, S.W., Belu, C.F., Vasey, P.L. & Honey, P.L. (2017). Not straight and not straightforward: The relationships between sexual orientation, sociosexuality, and Dark Triad traits in women. Evolutionary Psychological Science. doi:10.1007/s40806-017-0111-y
Honey, P.L. (2017). The element of surprise: Women of the Dark Triad. In M.L. Fisher (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Women and Competition. 147-165. Oxford University Press: New York.
Powell, R.A., Honey, P.L. & Symbaluk, D.G. (2017) Introduction to learning and behavior, 5th Edition. Cengage.
Honey, P.L. (2015). Why I teach the controversy. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00793
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