The Psychopathology Lifespan and Neuropsychology (PLAN) Laboratory is a CFI-funded research space directed by Dr. Maya Libben, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at UBC-Okanagan. Research in the PLAN lab relies on neurocognitive methodological platforms such as eye-tracking, EEG, behavioural testing and neuropsychological assessment to better understand the cognitive aspects of psychopathology as well as functional outcome following stroke and brain injury. Current research projects include 1) the use of neuropsychological assessment data to predict functional outcome in stroke 2) eye-tracking studies of hemispatial neglect and 3) the development of assessment and intervention programs for body dissatisfaction and eating disorders.
Research in the PLAN Lab covers a range of areas within both clinical psychology and neuropsychology
Doctoral students are enrolled in the clinical psychology program at UBCO and are engaged in research in clinical and/or neuro psychology
Masters students are enrolled in the clinical psychology program at UBCO and are engaged in research in clinical and/or neuro psychology.
Undergraduate students include honours students, directed studies students and student volunteers.
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