CAN Lab – RAs Required

The CAN Lab (Computational Affective Neuroscience Lab) at the University of Toronto St. George is looking for passionate and dedicated volunteer Research Assistants to work on various new studies in the lab. Current projects involve topics such as: 1) emotion and cognition; 2) attitudes and preferences; 3) goal-setting; and 4) stereotyping and prejudice. Depending on your skill set, your tasks will include: – programming experiments – recruiting research participants – running different experiments using behavioral, physiological and/or neuroimaging methods – preparing data for analysis This is a great opportunity for students to gain research experience in psychology and neuroscience. Students interested […]

Hiring RA

Professor Claire I. Tsai at the Marketing department of the Rotman School of Management is looking for research assistants (starting immediately). The RA will work with Professor Tsai and PhD student Kailuo Liu to help design and run studies on behavioral economics and social psychology. We are looking for students with strong academic records, and who are reliable, conscientious, and capable of independent work. Relevant lab experience (e.g. running participants, knowledge of Qualtrics and data analysis) is an asset but not required. Applicants should be able to commit at least four hours to lab work each week, and will have […]

Volunteer RA @ Sick Kids CCMH

Position: Volunteer Research Assistant Commitment: 12 – 15 hours/month (approximately 3.5 hours a week), for at least 1 year Qualifications: Students in their 3rd or 4th year of a BSc in Psychology with some research experience, or individuals having completed their undergraduate studies and wishing to gain research experience prior to graduate studies. Setting: Sick Kids Centre for Community Mental Health helps more than 8,000 children and families each year through a combination of prevention, treatment, research, and education activities. Located in Toronto, Ontario, we are a community affiliate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of […]

The PCAT construct validity study

The Musculoskeletal Program at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI) has developed a new Pain competence assessment tool (PCAT) to assess the core competencies in pain assessment and management that are common to all prelicensure health professions. As a 1st year student at one of the Health Science Faculties/Departments at the University of Toronto, I am asking for your participation in our study. This study aims to assess the construct validity of the new PCAT. Participation in this study involves answering the case-scenario questions included in the online PCAT. This will take maximum 60-90 minutes. You can take the questionnaire anytime, and […]

Leadership Workshops for Undergraduate Students

The Student Life Programs & Services at the University of Toronto is hosting a series of *free leadership workshops* geared towards returning and new undergraduate students. These workshops will provide interactive lessons on effective leadership practices. We welcome anyone wanting to learn effective ways to lead. These highly immersive workshops will touch upon critical issues highlighted by today’s s leaders. From looking at group dynamics to facilitating a collaborative learning, attendees will have the chance to bring their own expertise and learn from our staff members. Along with a meaningful networking opportunity, you will receive a designation on your Co-Curricular […]

Volunteer Counsellors

The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape (TRCC/MWAR) is currently hiring volunteer counsellors! TRCC/MWAR is a grassroots, women and non-binary run collective that provides anti-oppressive, feminist peer support to survivors of sexual violence through support, education, and activism. If you are interested in applying, please fill out the following google document: TRCC/MWAR Crisis Line Volunteer Orientation Registration Form This questionnaire provides us with invaluable information that will enable us to plan ahead and fulfill our areas of need. Please answer the following questions thoroughly. We do NOT release this information to anyone. We want to know a bit […]

Faculty of Environment Graduate Open House

Are you considering a graduate degree in the environmental sustainability field? The Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo offers over 15 graduate programs <> that help you shape a sustainable future. We invite you to visit us and learn more at our Graduate Program Open House <>. Thursday, November 1, 2018 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm Minto Atrium, Environment 3, University of Waterloo Registration is highly recommended and available at this link:

Award opportunity!! (Deadline of OCTOBER 1ST)

George Mandler Research Fund   Year: Any   Value: $1,100 (amount could be split up between multiple awardees)   Description: Awarded on the basis of academic merit to Psychology program students undertaking research initiatives in the Department of Psychology at the St. George Campus (not open to UTM/UTSC students). Financial need may also be considered.   Application Procedures: Fill out the required application form attached and submit it along with an e-copy of your academic history from ACORN to the Undergraduate Administrator at by October 1st, 2018.

The Horace O. Frosty Steer Award

Award opportunity for graduating psychology students! This award will go to a graduating student in the Specialist or Major program in Psychology or the Research Specialist Program in Psychology who enrols in a graduate program in Psychology this fall at the University of Toronto, concentrating in the area of “problems of children”. If you have been accepted to and enrolled in a graduate program in this particular area at UofT, fill out the attached application form and EMAIL it along with proof of your enrolment and of the concentration of your studies, as an e-copy of your academic history from ACORN […]