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]
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April 2022: Hymnjyot Gill awarded CGS-M SSHRC Scholarship. Congratulations, Hymnjyot!
April 2022: Samantha Gauvreau (incoming graduate student) awarded CGS-M NSERC Scholarship. Congratulations, Samantha!
April 2022: Marni Goldstein awarded Harry Rosen Research Grant to study interpolated testing and test anxiety. Congratulations, Marni!
April 2022: Anne Cabildo is accepted to graduate program at the University of Toronto. Congratulations, Anne!
April 2022: Avishag Frank is accepted to graduate program at Toronto Metropolitan University. Congratulations, Avishag!
April 2022: Ruthie Poizner is accepted to graduate program at Concordia University. Congratulations, Ruthie!
April 2022: Joey Vong awarded NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award. Congratulations, Joey!
April 2022: Joey Vong successfully completed their undergraduate thesis!
March 2022: Ayleen Roderer (Aarhus University, Denmark) joins lab as a visiting graduate student. Welcome, Ayleen!
November 2021: The Memory Lab receives funding from the James S. McDonnell Foundation (USA) to study collective temporal thought
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