The Schachar Lab at SickKids Hospital is seeking research volunteers for the summer of 2019 and the Fall/Winter school term of 2019/2020. We are looking for a volunteer to assist with two of our ADHD Family Genetics Programme clinical research studies. Duties may include such tasks as administering cognitive research measures to child subjects, data entry, scoring of research measures, file management, etc. A time commitment of three hours per week Mondays and/or Wednesday mornings from 9:30am to 12:30pm is required. Ideal applicants will have the following: Previous experience working with children Pursuing a BA/BSc in Psychology, Biology, Genetics or […]
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR VISUAL COGNITION RESEARCH! You are eligible for this study if: – You are between *18 *and *29 *years old – You are a *native english speaker* – You are *right handed* – You have only ever written and/or read text from left to right (e.g., English, French) Compensation provided: *$10 per hour* Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
The Learning and Neural Development Lab at the University of Toronto is seeking a part-time lab manager. Led by Dr. Amy Finn, the lab conducts behavioural and neuroimaging (fMRI) studies with children and adults to understand how cognitive and brain development affect learning outcomes. Please see the hiring ad below for more information. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study looking at how sleep impacts the recall of episodic memory (personal past events). Participants would do a short tour of Baycrest Hospital, then answer questions about the tour. Some participants would sleep overnight at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in a sleep lab while others would stay awake during the rest of the day followed by brief online memory tests. To qualify, you must: * be between 18-45 years old * speak English fluently * be healthy and free from any sleep disorder Financial compensation will be provided for participation […]
Did you know undergrad UofT students are covered for 20 therapy sessions per year, and grad students have great coverage as well? Shift is a therapy practice that’s a short 2-minute walk from UofT St. George that helps students get the support they need by offering a special rate that’s just for undergrad and graduate U of T students, so check it out!
The emotions and learning optimization lab is seeking a volunteer research assistant for the summer of 2019. https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ewoodrufflab/ A time commitment of 6-10 hours per week is required. The successful applicant will be working on a project investigating emotions and self-regulated learning strategies used during a reading task. Must have an interest in developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, emotion and cognitive development, education and learning. Interest in technology-based learning environments and human-computer interactions would be an asset. Training will be provided in the use of emotion-expression coding software, data coding and mining, and basic data analysis. To apply for this position, […]
Participate in a study regarding microaggressions and emotions among LGBTQI2S individuals!
The Social Psychophysiological Research & Quantitative Methods Lab (SPRQL) at the University of Toronto’s St. George campus is currently seeking individuals who are willing to participate in an in-lab survey study. The study takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete, and participants will be compensated with $10. Individuals must have native or professional fluency in English in order to participate in this study. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating.
On behalf of the University of Toronto Speech-Language Pathology Alumni Association, we would like to invite any interested staff and students to join us for our J.F. Walker Lecture on Friday, June 14th, 2019. This year the topic is Screen Time with Kids and Telerehab with Adults: Navigating the Benefits and Challenges, and we have four very exciting speakers presenting. This event is part of our speech-language pathology masters curriculum and all students attend, but it is also an opportunity for our clinical and student communities to connect and many clinicians and students from other related areas are encouraged to […]