The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Section for Students in Psychology is launching the fourth edition of its Mentorship Program to promote leadership and mentorship among student affiliates. Their program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in peer-mentorship relationships with graduate student mentors. Graduate student mentors will provide mentorship in the form of guidance, advice, information, and support to undergraduate students looking for direction within the domain of psychology. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students in your association to connect with a mentor who is pursuing similar interests and career goals. For more information or application materials, visit […]
The Buchsbaum Lab headed by Dr Bradley Buchsbaum at Rotman Research Institute in Baycrest Hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto is looking for healthy males to participate in a computer-based functional-magnetic-resonance-imaging (fMRI). The study consists of a single session of up to 1hr 30 min where you view pictures of different objects such as a bookshelf presented on a computer screen while being scanned in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner. You will be tested on your memory for the object while learning about the usefulness of fMRI to answer interesting questions on the functions of the human brain […]
The Social Perception and Cognition lab is looking for white individuals to participate in a computer-based behavioural study! The experiment will run for about an hour and participants will be compensated with cash or a PSY100 credit. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the study. The lab is located at Sidney Smith Hall, on the Subground Floor, Room 90, (turn right from the elevators, all the way down the hall, the last door)
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Plaks lab is currently looking for students who are interested in a volunteer research position. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience on operating eeg equipments and running a social psychology experiment. Students interested in this position should: • have a strong academic background, particularly in psychology • be able to commit throughout 2018-19 school year • be able to commit at least 8 hours a week • previous lab experience is an asset but not required To apply, please submit your resume and unofficial transcript to email@example.com
Do you smoke marijuana regularly? We are looking for healthy volunteers who smoke cannabis to participate in a research study to help us understand brain activity in mental illness. Do you meet the following criteria? 16-35 years old Have learned English before age 5 Use cannabis regularly never have had a psychiatric or neurological disorder never have had any other drug or alcohol problem CAMH provides other treatment options for mental illness & addictions. CAMH is a research and teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre. […]
*Event: *Learning to Lead Full Day *Date: *August 9th, 2018 *Time: *10 AM – 4:00 PM *Location:* Baldwin Room, CIE (Centre for International Experience, 33 St. George St.) *What to expect?* Learning to Lead Full Day is a series of free workshops. You have the options to sign up for the whole day or for individual workshops. Please note that lunch is included for those that register for the full day. Workshops offered at the Learning to Lead Full Day: *1) What is Leadership?* Leadership can be described as “evolving” – as “self-discovery” – and as something that is “subjective”. […]
Second Year Learning Community peer mentor job is now live on CLN, and the Job ID is 126721. Students have to go to CLN to apply, but they can also find instructions here: https://learningcommunities.utoronto.ca/inde…/join-our-2018- 2019-flc-peer-mentor-team/ SLC Peer Mentor Job Application – Psychology (Tentatively Scheduled: Mondays, 1-2:30 p.m.) Job Description: The Second-Year Learning Communities (SLCs) is a pilot program in the Faculty of Arts and Science designed to foster a sense of community among students entering the Psychology POSt. SLCs provide students with the opportunity to meet classmates in their POSt, learn how to apply their classroom knowledge to real-world situations […]