The PLAN Lab provides research training for graduate and undergraduate students that intersects clinical-
and neuro-psychology. Training in the PLAN Lab emphasizes the importance of interdisciplinary applications to fuel broad scientific innovation. The available electrophysiological and eye-tracking equipment allows for hands-on training in the acquisition and analysis of neurocognitive data, as well as a unique opportunity to create novel paradigms combining these methodologies across the lifespan. State-of-the-art hardware and experimental software allow for training in computer programming, behavioural data acquisition and statistical analyses. Students interested in neuropsychology are afforded the opportunity to gain experience working in a hospital setting under the supervision of Dr. Harry Miller. Finally, graduate students in UBCO’s (scientist-practitioner) clinical program have the opportunity to engage in clinical research and training with neuropsychological assessment batteries, treatment interventions as well as the development and validation of new assessment and therapy technologies.