MA, Educational Psychology (University of British Columbia)
Yiling Chow lived in Montreal for a number of years where she completed her undergraduate program at McGill University and later moved to the West Coast and completed her MA at UBC. Yiling has extensive background in education policies and worked on the Vancouver School Board for many years before moving to Vancouver Island. She has been teaching at NIC since 1999 and enjoys the stimulating and meaningful engagement with her students in class. One of her areas of major interest is on cognitive perception and aging across cultures. Yiling loves to travel and has visited over 75 countries and territories in six continents so far. It is her goal to visit at least 100 countries in her lifetime and incorporate volunteer work while visiting each country.
BA, Psychology (McGill University, 1985)
PSY-130 Introductory Psychology I
PSY-131 Introductory Psychology II
PSY-202 Health Psychology
PSY-218 Intro to Data Analysis in Psychology
PSY-235 Abnormal Psychology
PSY-250 Human Development From Conception Through Childhood
PSY-251 Human Development From Adolescence Through Adulthood
Associate of Arts Degree
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