Research training

Research training is a core component of our graduate program, including the Research Option and Research and Clinical Training Option. A unique aspect of our program is that students in either stream can conduct research supervised by any faculty member in the department. Research topics range from applied problems (e.g., bilingualism; child or adult psychopathology; high risk populations; adjustment in aging; health psychology), to theoretical questions with humans (e.g., cognitive, social, and developmental processes; information processing and social cognition), to animal models of behaviour (e.g., appetitive motivation; drugs, hormones, and behaviour; reproductive behaviour). Our program emphasizes independent research and scholarship, and prepares students for a variety of careers both inside and outside academia.  

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