PLAN Lab research volunteers are continuously being recruited and are involved in all levels of research. Volunteering is a great way to get familiar with research and prepare for a directed studies.
Second, third and fourth year directed studies courses are available through the PLAN lab. Directed studies can involve hands on research, data organization and/or literature reviews.
Top-tier undergraduates have the opportunity to complete an honours research project and thesis in the PLAN Lab. Preference is given to students with previous research experience.
Project: Exploring the Impact of a Gratitude-Focused Meditation on Body Dissatisfaction
Project: A Comparative Analysis of the Prospective and Retrospective Memory Questionnaire and the Selective Reminding Test: Clinical Utility of Proxy vs. Self-Report Approaches
Project: Neurofeedback for Traumatic Brain Injury: A Review and Meta-Analysis
Project: The Acceptability and Validity of At-Home Video Conference-Based Neuropsychological Assessment
Project: Eye movements during smooth pursuit training for different hemispatial neglect subtypes
Project: Use of Eye Tracking during the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test as an Intrinsic Test of Effort
Project: Validation of the Translated Negative Physical Self Scale (peer reviewed publication link)
Project: Computerized Street Crossing Exercise for Hemispatial Neglect Patients: A Pilot Study
Project: Cogputation: Using Eye-Tracker Technology to Develop Computerized Versions of Neuropsychological Assessments
Project: The New Normal: Developing an Updated Corpus of Normative Data for 5 Neuropsychological Measures
Project: Compound Word Processing in Aphasia
Project: A Comparison of the Buschke Selective Reminding Test and the California Verbal Learning Test- Second Edition in a Stroke Population (peer reviewed publication link)
Project: Examining Impulsivity in Relation to Cognitive Bias Modification and Eating Disorders
Project: Psychological Disturbance and Performance on Measures of Memory, Attention and Executive Functioning in TBI patients (peer reviewed publication link)