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Karen Li

Ph.D. in Psychology
University of Toronto

Dr. Karen Li

My training background is in Cognitive Psychology and Aging. I completed my BA at the University of British Columbia (1989), my MSc at the University of Alberta (1991), and my PhD at the University of Toronto (1996). I then spent a year as a Post-doctoral Fellow at Duke University in North Carolina, followed by three years as a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany.

I began teaching and conducting research at Concordia University in 2000 and served as Associate Director of the Centre for Research in Human Development for 10 years. I am a Regular Researcher of the School of Health and Associate Member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR). I am also a member of Concordia's engAGE Centre.

Together with my students, I aim to study healthy aging and understand the processes underlying controlled thought and action.

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