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Selina Tombs

Dr Selina S Tombs

Professor

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

selina.tombs@sheridanc.sheridancollege.ca

Dr. Selina received her PhD in experimental psychology from York University in 2004 and specializes in the following areas: Evolutionary Psychology, Testing and Intelligence, and Sport/Exercise Psychology.  Her Master's research in the field of human attraction has been published in the Journal of Evolution and Human Behavior and has been featured in various media publications, including the London Financial Times (UK).  Her doctoral research on the relationship between human intelligence measures and career choice/performance has been presented to the Department of National Defence for the purpose of informing personnel selection procedures.  Dr. Selina continues to conduct applied research in the field of test development and validation in partnership with Multi-Health Systems Inc. and Thomas International.  Dr. Selina is the author of “Best Practices in the Selection of Psychometric Instruments for Organizational Use” (2017).  Dr. Selina has been teaching psychology courses at the diploma and degree levels for 20 years at Seneca College, York University, and full-time at Sheridan College where she actively promotes ethical teaching in higher education.  In her free time, Dr. Selina enjoys competitive figure skating.  In 2016, she won gold at the Canadian Adult Figure Skating Championships and in 2020 she won silver at the Winter World Masters Games in Austria.

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