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Sessional Instructor

McMaster University

June 2008 - July 2014

Academic Professor

Humber College

September 2012 - May 2013

Academic Professor, Learning and Cognition

University of Guelph - Humber

September 2012 - December 2012


Ph.D. (Psychology Neuroscience & Behaviour)

McMaster University

September 2005 - September 2010

B.Sc. Primatology (Anthropology)

University of Calgary

June 2003 - June 2005

B.Sc. Psychology (Psychology)

University of Calgary

September 1999 - June 2003

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Jenna L. Cheal, M.D. Rutherford(2015). Investigating the category boundaries of emotional facial expressions: Effects of individual participant and model and the stability over time . Personality and Individual Differences. 74. p. 146--152. Elsevier {BV}
Jenna L. Cheal, Jennifer J. Heisz, Jennifer A. Walsh, Judith M. Shedden, M.D. Rutherford(2014). Afterimage induced neural activity during emotional face perception . Brain Research. 1549. p. 11--21. Elsevier {BV}
Jenna L Cheal, M D Rutherford(2013). Context-dependent categorical perception of surprise . Perception. 42. (3). p. 294--301. Pion Ltd
Jenna L. Cheal, M.D. Rutherford(2011). Categorical perception of emotional facial expressions in preschoolers . Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 110. (3). p. 434--443. Elsevier {BV}
Jenna L Cheal, M D Rutherford(2010). Mapping emotion category boundaries using a visual expectation paradigm . Perception. 39. (11). p. 1514--1525. Pion Ltd