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​The Memory Lab uses behavioral and neuroimaging methods, in conjunction with studies of special populations, to develop a deeper understanding of the manner in which memory supports everyday cognitions, such as future thinking and learning in the classroom... [Read more]


Now recruiting participants for the Canadian Adulthood and Retirement Study (CARES)!

Please visit the CARES website for more details on to register:

Recent news/updates:

November 2021: The Memory Lab receives funding from the James S. McDonnell Foundation (USA) to study collective temporal thought

Summer 2021: Hymnjyot Gill (BA, York) joins the lab as a new graduate student (clinical stream). Welcome Hymnjyot!

Summer 2021: Joey Long joins the lab as a new undergraduate thesis student. Welcome Joey!

July 2021: Dr. Shrikanth successfully completed their PhD and began their new career at Google! Congratulations, Sushi!

July 2021: Dr. Szpunar awarded Early Researcher Award from the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade.

June 2021: Yuchen Li successfully completed their MA. Congratulations, Yuchen!

May 2021: Anne Cabildo, Avishag Frank, and Ruthie Poizner successfully completed their undergraduate theses!

April 2021: Marni Goldstein awarded CGS-M NSERC Scholarship. Congratulations, Marni!

April 2021: Sarah Dunnett awarded NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award. Congratulations, Sarah!

March 2021: Dr. Szpunar interviewed by Global News about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on brain fog. [link]

Recent coverage of our research by The Atlantic:

Our research is made possible by funding from the following sponsors:

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