Do you want to do research with children?

The Computational Cognitive Development Lab is looking for students who are interested in a voluntary research position in a developmental psychology lab! As a research assistant, you will have the opportunity to help with the coding of behavioural experiments, inputting and assisting with data collection, and recruitment of children participants (aged 3 – 7) on campus and at the local museums like the Ontario Science Centre and the Royal Ontario Museum. Ideally, applicants should have the following: – Be in good academic standing – Be able to commit at least 8-10 hours (including weekends) a week – Be available and […]

Networking Opportunity!!

The networking event you didn’t know you needed! Come out for the opportunity to meet industry professionals and researchers bridging fields in the sciences and arts like never before  (Snacks + Good times provided ) Special Attendees Include: Dr. Steve Prescott Dr. Joyce Poon Dr. Robert Chen Mobio Interactive And more! For more information, visit their Facebook event page here.

Call For Submissions – Undergrad Research Conference

Are you an undergrad who has done research? Share your work at CONFLUENCE, UofT’s bi-annual undergraduate conference on cognition and the mind in February 2019! The conference is multidisciplinary, featuring work from fields of study including Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Psychology, Linguistics, Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence, Anthropology, and Philosophy. Acceptable submissions include (but are not limited to) research done in an independent study course, an ROP course, or as a research assistant; and research essays written for a course in one of the disciplines mentioned above. Please email your name, the title of your work, the abstract, and the original context of […]

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 undergrad@psych.utoronto.ca by October 1st, 2018.

Short PSY473/PSY493 Survey

Have you taken Social Neuroscience (PSY473) or Cognitive Neuroscience (PSY493)? We need your feedback to improve these courses – it will take less than 5 minutes and you’ll greatly benefit the experience of future students. Thank you! Link to the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/5OhqTyFj2Mgq6o5A2

Are you a student student considering graduate work in Clinical Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology?

Here are some links to helpful information about programs offered by the University of Windsor! http://www.uwindsor.ca/psychology/clinical-neuropsychology/ Welcome to Clinical Neuropsychology! http://www.uwindsor.ca/psychology/313/clinical-overview Clinical Overview | Department of Psychology <http://www.uwindsor.ca/psychology/313/clinical-overview> www.uwindsor.ca Mission Statement of the Clinical Psychology Program. The mission of the doctoral program in clinical psychology is to prepare graduate students for professional practice as clinical psychologists in community, health/medical, academic, and/or research settings.

Join the PSA Team!

Interested in joining the PSA executive team? Missed our general meeting? Check out the slides below for more information! See GM slides for information on PSA committees and election guidelines: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tWC5oN_A8nfsfUopv-8o11efmJeBk8G88TtQujAUZuo/edit?usp=sharing   Fill and download nomination form with the document below!   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eVpt1nX2U44ezqZHhctBxRm5CSbUhGcga6AWq6HTIjU/edit?usp=sharing

The PSA Needs Mentors!

Calling all upper year psychology students! Interested in developing your leadership skills or getting involved with the psychology community? Then consider becoming a mentor for the Psychology Students’ Association mentorship program! The aim of the program is to connect upper year psychology students with first year students interested in psychology to facilitate their transition into university life. As a mentor, your duties will enlist your expertise as a psychology student by helping your mentees navigate through their psychology program and general university concerns. Due to the fact that this is a mentorship program, you will not be expected to tutor […]