have openings for practicum and honours thesis students in my lab.
I teach the following courses:
2400H - Cognitive Psychology - Fall/Winter (formerly 225H)
This course focuses on humans as processors of information. Topics
include perception, attention, memory, knowledge, decision making,
Psych-Biol 322OH - Neuropsychology - Fall (formerly 376H)
This course explores what do we know right now about the neural
bases for perception, learning, memory, language, and emotion. Special
attention is given to how brain pathology leads to behavioural abnormalities
- Sensation and Perception - Winter (formerly 366H)
This course explores the questions: How does the human nervous system
sense and interpret the light waves, sound waves, pressure &
temperature, and chemicals that are present in our environment?
How do humans use that information?
- Advanced Topics in Physiological Psychology and Neuroscience - Winter 2010
This course will examine how perception, cognition, and action are influenced by the sensory and movement capabilities of our bodies. All topics will be approached from a systems-neuroscience perspective.
a PDF of my CV here.
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