Currently: Postdoctoral Fellow, Cognitive Development Lab, York University
PhD student 2007-2012
Research Assistant 2006-2007
Currently: Analyst at the Market Research Company Explorer Group.
Masters student 2012-2014
Dr. James Karle
Currently: Instructor of Psychology, St. Francis Xavier University
Graduate student 2004-2011: Research: Cognitive and perceptual processes involved in learning and expertise in video game playing experts.
Currently: (Student-At-Law, Hoffler Adler)
Graduate student 2007-2010
Research: Error-processing, learning, and anxiety
Honours Thesis student (4D09) 2006/2007
Individual study student (3QQ3) 2005/2006
Dr. Jennifer Heisz
Currently: Assistant Professor, Kinesiology, McMaster University
Graduate student 2005-2009: Research: Processing faces and encoding related information about the person.
Lab Manager 2004/2005
Honours Thesis 2003/2004: Acquisition of face familiarity and progressive amplitude decrease of the N170 ERP Component. Winner of The Abe Black Memorial Prize for outstanding achievement for Honours Thesis.
Dr. Peter Stewart
Currently: Assistant Professor, Memorial University, Grenfell Campus
Graduate student 2003-2009
Research: Practice, errors, ERN, anterior cingulate, and flow
P. Darren Parker
Currently: Masters of Social Work, University of Toronto
Full-time Research Assistant and Lab Manager 2005/2006. Summer Research Assistant 2005. Undergraduate Honours Thesis 2004/2005: Cue probability and the Lateralized Readiness Potential
Willow Fuchs (2004/2006)
Research Assistant : BESA and source analysis
Dr. Sam Hannah
Currently: Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Research projects: Brain correlates of perceptual/conceptual processing
Postdoctoral Fellow 2004/2005 (Allan lab)
Graduate student 1998-2004 (Brooks lab)
Collaborator (Shedden lab)
Curt Norgaard (1999-2001) Graduate student. Masters Thesis: Mechanisms of object-based attention: Spreading attention and object segmentation. Completed a masters in the Department of Biology, McMaster University.
Currently: completing a medical degree.
Fil Cortese (1999-2003) Graduate student. Research: Biological Bases of Visual Short Term Memory.
Stephanie Hevenor (1995-2000) Graduate student. Thesis: Laterality of spatial control. Went on to work as an Imaging Analyst and Research Coordinator, Rotman Research Institute, Toronto.
Currently: Laboratory Instructor, Nipissing University
Maureen Evans (1996-1998) Graduate student. Masters Thesis: Processing of global and local stimuli: An ERP study. Went on to work as a Research Coordinator, Cognitive Neurology, Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto
Ian Marsmann (1995-1996) Graduate student
Went on to study Computer Science, Brock University