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Troy Boucher

Troy Boucher is the Lab Manager of the ADDL. He has recently completed and defended his Honour's thesis, titled Circumscribed Interests and Social Competence in Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Troy has served as the Volunteer Coordinator for the 2017 SFU Social Science Camp and as the Head Supervisor for the 2018 and 2019 SFU Social Science Camps.


Troy began as a work-study student with Dr. Iarocci in 2016 and continues to implement, administer, and supervise the various research studies, lead the data entry and analyses, and organize the various camps and events hosted by the ADDL.

Troy has volunteered with the Edmonton Public School District and Edmonton Catholic School District as a music instructor, musician, and tutor. He has also volunteered with several youth lacrosse organizations in Alberta and BC, and was a goaltender for the SFU Men's Lacrosse Team from 2015 to 2018. Troy has also been involved with the Looking Glass Foundation, Special Olympics BC, and other community groups, maintaining his strong commitment to serving youth and adolescents in need through other volunteer positions in the Lower Mainland. 

Troy's research interests include restricted interests in children with ASD, visual attention and perceptual learning in children diagnosed with ASD, comorbid anxiety and depression, social knowledge and competence, and programs and interventions for youth and adolescents with ADHD, ASD, and anxiety.