Academic advisors in the Psychology Undergraduate Office and in our Office of Student and Academic Services are ready to assist you to plan your courses of study so that you are on track toward your career path. Psychophysical and computational methods to study depth perception in natural and virtual environments. Research methods and statistics. New scales tapping perceptions of reciprocity in relations with parents, spouses and coworkers are being examined for their clinical relevance. Profile Picture of Christine Boram Cha. Responses to discrimination, immigrant acculturation, and bicultural identification. Ethics and societal values influencing research practice as well as strong interest in applied psychology. Students integrate psychological theories and methods with the design, data collection, analysis, presentation and write up of applied research projects. Normative development of spatial memory, autobiographical memory, social cognition, and executive functions in children and adolescents, Memory function in children with Type 1 diabetes social cognition and executive function in children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Memory function in children with Congenital Hypothyroidism, Structural brain integrity and neurocognitive functioning in persons with concurrent substance use and psychosis, Neurocognitive and psychosocial outcomes in persons who homeless or precariously housed, Cognitive interventions for marginalized populations, Cognitive aging and decline across the adult lifespan, Neural, symptomatic and functional correlates of preserved and impaired cognition in schizophrenia, Development of practical cognition measures for neuropsychological patients, Quantitative research synthesis (meta-analysis), Memory and other cognitive processes associated with performance of skilled everyday actions, Different memory systems involved in learning and performing skilled actions with novel tools, Participants studied: amnesics, Parkinson's disease, healthy undergraduates, and older individuals. Considerable work done on decision-making processes of decision makers in cases involving violence against women (sexual assault, battered women). Studies on the history and theory of 19th-century German philosophical psychology, the concept of race and racism, critical and postcolonial psychology. CAMPUS LOCATION. Individual differences in, and the core processes of, empathy and social understanding. My research focuses on romantic relationships and sexuality. Infants’ visual, attentional and memory development from a neuroscience perspective. Clinical research focused on neuropsychological performance and functional outcome in schizophrenia. Only the most qualified candidates will be considered. Verbal protocol analysis studies of normal and patient populations, computational modelling, and neuroimaging techniques involving Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI). Below is a sampling of some of the many careers that York Psychology graduates have gone on to. Emeritus Faculty; Honorary Staff; Support staff. Comparative cognition, including learning and memory processes in primate species. Social and organizational psychology, including attributions, social motivation, forgiveness, co-worker interactions, and decision making. Integration of brain and behavioural measures in neuropsychological assessment. The Clinical Psychology PhD Program and its Psychological Center express our profound grief and outrage in response to the recent murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor and indeed the multiple murders of Black men and women throughout these past 400 years in America. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and congenital hypothyroidism. 212-678-8212. Profile Picture of Barry A. Farber. Amy Cataldi, Ph.D. Dean, Petree College of Arts & Sciences/Interim Assistant Provost/Professor of Psychology. Behavioural and fMRI studies of eye-hand coordination; neural mechanisms underlying visually guided reaching in parietal and premotor cortex; control of voluntary movement in neurological patient populations. The Clinical Psychology focus area prepares students who plan to pursue doctoral studies in clinical or counseling psychology, to work in clinical psychology research labs, or to work in careers in human services. My research focuses on understanding brain-behaviour relationships in the context of mental illness and addiction, with an emphasis on using clinical neuropsychological and neuroimaging methodologies. Present research interests concern psychotherapy processes, emotional processing and the working alliance in particular, and the role they play in change during experiential treatment of depression. Infants, children and families at risk. Faculty. Faculty. Spatial and working memory. Neural correlates of higher cognitive (i.e. 1880-1930). Rich, Dr. Norman Park, Dr. Walter Heinrichs, Dr. Magdalena Wojtowicz, Dr. Mary Desrocher. Department of Psychology. WHERE TO FIND US. Cognitive development and literacy acquisition in monolingual and bilingual children, development of executive processes across the lifespan, and effect of bilingualism on cognitive aging. Interested in the use of neurocognitive data to enhance diagnostic validity, rehabilitation and the search for endophenotypes for the illness. Undergraduate Program / 416-979-5000 ext. Normal and atypical development and the influence of evolutionary theory and biology on psychological models of development. Neural and behavioural measures of executive control and error processing. Since that time, he has held faculty positions at New York University, Yale University, Hunter College of the City University of New York (CUNY), and is currently a Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. I have current lines of research focused on: 1) understanding the predictors and consequences of combined use of cannabis and alcohol, 2) investigating the (blurred) boundaries between medicinal and recreational cannabis use, and 3) clarifying the cognitive effects of cannabis use in young adults. Prof. of Psychology, Dir. Admissions Liaison Marian Adams. We probe this dynamic and complex network of brain areas in humans using functional MRI, EEG and visual psychophysics, to better understand how the brain builds the representation of the visual scene that is the foundation for our vivid visual experience of the world. Cognitivebehavioural interventions for children. This brochure provides general information about our program, the application process, faculty interests and research opportunities. My primary research interests deal with the auditory system, chiefly in the context of how sound is transduced by the ear into neural impulses going to the brain. Perceptual organization. The impact of a chilly climate on womens experience of graduate education; mentoring; history of the influence of feminism on Canadian psychology; violence against women, feminist methodology. The Freud lab is focused on the investigation of the cognitive and neural processes that mediate our ability to perceive the world around us and to interact with objects in our environment. The role of emotion in therapy and constructivism in the generation of meaning. 556193 psychundergrad@ryerson.ca. Exploratory data analysis, interactive computing, and psychological scaling. Study gives new insights into facial recognition. History of American experimental psychology (ca. These findings in turn inform the development of psychotherapeutic and psychoeducational interventions (individual, couple, group, and internet-based) intended to reduce distress and suffering associated with illness. Specific topics include the relation between cognitive processes and young infants’ formation of future-oriented expectations for the spatial, temporal, and content information of visual events; the interface between visual expectations and memory processes; development of mechanisms for selective attention and visual search; development of object recognition; and the processes involved in infants’ control and execution of eye movements. CONTACT US. Studies on the history and theory of 19th century German philosophical psychology, the concept of race and racism, critical and postcolonial psychology. It was APA-accredited in the first group of programs that were reviewed for accreditation in 1948 and that status has been uninterrupted. They are also members of the Clinical or the Clinical Developmental areas of Psychology. Comparative/evolutionary studies of nonhuman primates, especially the great apes (orangutans, chimpanzees) and especially cognitive development. Systems, cognitive, and computational neuroscience; visual-motor transformations. Our strength comes from the diversity and breadth of the interests we explore ranging from studies of infancy to mental health disorders of childhood through the challenges of adolescence to adulthood and old age. The ultimate goal of this work is to inform targeted interventions for unhealthy substance use. Effects of social isolation are also being studied systematically. 4700 Keele Street, Toronto Psychometric methods and longitudinal data analysis; substance use and abuse, developmental risk and resilience, and personality assessment. of Child Advocacy Studies/Clinical Faculty. Cognitive neuroscience. students obtain research experience by working in the labs of faculty in the Psychology Department. Through work in class or in the lab, community experience and independent research projects such as the undergraduate research poster day, students apply what they learn in class in real world settings, as well as acquire valuable transferable skills sought by employers including critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, communication and presentation skills. Understanding the cognitive and neurophysiological structures and processes underlying human reasoning and problem-solving abilities. Employ qualitative methods in order to derive in-depth understanding of these experiences. Melissa Hakman, Ph.D. Explores how the emotional state of an observer, and also the emotional significance of environmental information, influences the deployment of attention. Department of Psychology The New School for Social Research 80 Fifth Avenue, 7th floor New York, NY 10011 Tel: 212.229.5727 x3119 or x3223 (for Clinical Psychology) Fax: 212.989.0846. Christine Boram Cha Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology. These distinct classes of information are encoded by separate neural populations, but are also deeply interdependent, and in many cases represented at multiple stages of visual processing. Research program examines how different types of memory (primarily episodic and spatial) are represented in the brain, and how these types of memory relate to each other and to non-mnemonic abilities, such as decision-making, Methods include combining sensitive behavioural paradigms with structural and functional MRI, and multivariate statistical analysis in healthy adults (young and older) and neurological populations (primarily with memory impairment due to hippocampal or frontal lobe damage), Development of real-world clinical measures to detect the basis of changes to memory when normal brain function is disrupted, Early life exposure to  fluoride on children's cognitive and behavioural development, Endocrine disruption (thyroid hormones) in pregnancy, Cognitive and behavioural phenotypes associated with childhood-onset demyelinating disorders (e.g. Culture-fair assessment of cognitive capacity in mainstream and special developmental samples (e.g., deaf, gifted, ESL, language delayed); children's intuitive reasoning in mathematics; measurement of executive functions in children and adults; cognitive style and language processing; cognitive developmental factors in metaphor comprehension; mental arousal/motivation as factors in cognitive performance. Relational predictors of help-seeking and detection of mood and anxiety disorders in primary care. Eye movements, hand and pointing movements, motion processing pathways and how these mechanisms are modulated by attentional mechanisms and how the brain processes sensory information until the final motor movement (coordinate transformations); employs a systems neuroscience approach using the technologies of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and electrophysiology. Try to gain a variety of experiences – think about the work that clinical psychologists are involved in, the types of problems they treat and the settings in which they work. 22, 2018 This Inquisitive AI Will Kick Your Butt at Battleship. Her clinical work involves neuropsychological assessment, particularly for differential diagnosis of dementia in geriatric populations. Social cognition or how people make sense of themselves and other people. Individual and contextual determinants of engagement and disengagement in psychotherapy. Culture-fair assessment of cognitive capacity in mainstream and special developmental samples (e.g., deaf, gifted, ESL, language delayed); children’s intuitive reasoning in mathematics; measurement of executive functions in children and adults; cognitive style and language processing; cognitive-developmental factors in metaphor comprehension; mental arousal/motivation as factors in cognitive performance. Critical reflection on the ontology, epistemology, and ethics of psychology from a historical and theoretical point of view. Neural mechanisms and computational principles used by the brain to perceive 3-D space and generate accurate 3-D orienting movements. Methods of task analysis. I am interested in normal development, atypical development and high-risk contexts. Our lab focuses on the domain of mid-level visual processing, which begins in primary visual cortex ~100 ms after stimulus onset, and then unfolds over the next several hundred milliseconds, in several, mostly topographically organized visual brain areas. The York/Seneca Certificate in Rehabilitation Services prepares undergraduate students to work in a variety of rehabilitation fields by integrating academic training in health sciences, and practical field experience. What are the social costs and benefits to being competitive? Development of a narrative process model and research measure that addresses the contributions of narrative and emotion processes to effective psychotherapy. PhD, Counseling Psychology Faculty. My research involves identifying and refining ways to treat borderline personality disorder (BPD) and suicidality, with and without comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Visual perception; shape perception in brain damaged individuals and normals. My lab examines how personality, cognitive, social, and biological factors interact to increase risk for, or provide protection against, negative consequences and health risks of substance use. Children in families at risk; peer relations of aggressive children; bullying and victimization in childhood and adolescence; girls' aggression; prevention and intervention. What vocal signals do people use to communicate status? Clinical assessment using personality and neuropsychological methods. Cognitive, behavioural, and emotional functioning of children with diabetes and epilepsy. Feminist epistemology and historiography; history of women in psychology; diversity issues in psychology; history of behavioral psychology; B. F. Skinner's system in science and culture; history of clinical psychology and psychological practices; oral history methods; critical and cultural history. The Clinical Area offers opportunities to engage in clinically-relevant research in psychotherapy process and outcomes, neuropsychology, health psychology and personality. The development of manual lateralization/hemispheric specialization. Remarkably, somehow in the process of being a very sensitive detector, the (healthy) ear generates and subsequently emits sounds that can be detected non-invasively using a sensitive microphone. Currently investigating transitions of emerging adults (e.g. Website: Psychophysics and computational modelling of visual perception. The Harrislab multisensory integration laboratory explores the ways in which we combine information from different senses. May. My research uses human laboratory experiments (e.g., alcohol administration studies) and survey-based methods (e.g., ecological momentary assessment) to study psychological mechanisms involved in substance use behaviour. Measured by major global university rankings, research productivity and impact, the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto is one of the world’s best. Posted on Monday 7 September 2020. Social & emotional development, including gender differences & immigrant/generational status. Signal detection theory. Epistemology/metatheories of human science. Cognitively based interventions at the interface between attachment and parental attributions. We are a research-intensive department where students are taught by people at the forefront of their fields in well-equipped and attractive facilities. Jun. Perceptual organization, visual detection, natural scene statistics, visual attention, shape perception, neural modeling. Cognitive and attention skills in children with autism, developmental disabilities, and children who are deaf. She explores questions such as: How do people rise to influence in groups? Dec. 06, 2019 Esti Blanco-Elorrieta selected for the Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30 list for Science! Lakehead University is your place to live and learn. Relationship Science: the integration of intrapsychic (cognitive) and interpersonal processes and how this natural integration can be used to facilitate therapeutic change. Every year, a group of our Psychology graduates are admitted to Hull’s clinical doctorate programme straight out of their first degree. 10, 2020 Social Justice Statement of the NYU Psychology Department. Roles of metacognition (awareness of self) and language proficiency (e.g., English or signed systems) in the cognitive development of these groups. Other research interests are in the identification the client characteristics that reliably predict differential response to experiential psychotherapy. Psychology in the News. Some of the areas of interest include work stress, coping, social support and psychological distress. Techniques include eye and head tracking, psychophysics and virtual reality. Neurorehabilitation interventions to enhance cognitive funtioning in normal aging and neurological populations. Assistant Professor Research methods and statistics. Personality theory and its history. In Question 3, the nine choices of specialization are: Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences; Clinical Psychology Interested in the history of developmental and social theory. York offers outstanding opportunities for study in psychology at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Imitation and other forms of social learning, tool use, ecological problem solving (arboreal and foraging problems), and the evolution of primate and great ape intelligence. Empirically supporting experiential therapy with a special focus on the treatment of depression. (PhD Dalhousie University) I am also exploring prototypical paths of emotional change that mark resolution of subtypes of depression, which would allow for more differential treatment of the disorder. executive control) functions in normal ageing, brain injury and disease using neuroimaging methods; Neurorehabilitation interventions to enhance cognitive functioning in normal ageing and neurological populations; Integration of brain and behavioural measures in neuropsychological assessment. Jeremy Fox, Associate Professor, received a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University at Albany, State University of New York. Neo-Piagetian research on childhood, infancy, adulthood and aging. Involvement of the visual system in migraine. Students can choose between a Bachelor of Arts (BA) (90 or 120 credits) or a Bachelor of Science (BSc) (90 or 120 credits) degree. Visual attention. Study of various facets of orangutan intelligence and cognitive ecology in free-ranging ex-captive orangutans in Indonesian Borneo. Administration and secretarial staff; Workshop and IT staff; Finance team; Other staff. Prevention and treatment of mental health problems in people with autism spectrum disorders and/or intellectual disabilities across the lifespan. Sensorimotor control and learning; eye, head, limb movements and coordination; vision, haptics, kinesthesia; sensorimotor integration. Socio-cultural influences on children and families. Dr. Troje's research is focused on questions concerning the nature of sensorimotor representations. Department Chair Howard Steele. He uses laboratory-based experiments, correlational studies, and prospective designs to identify who is at risk for addiction and the mechanisms underlying this risk. His work is mechanism-focused and is rooted in motivational models of personality and cognitive theory. Development and delivery of electronic research and educational materials (websites, digital video, podcasts, etc. Second, I am interested in better understanding the brain and neurocognitive features of persons with psychosis and concurrent substance use. The development of manual lateralization/hemispheric specialization. Children with special needs. If you are interested in clinical psychology, this fast-track opportunity is really worth bearing in mind. Assessment/diagnosis of autism and developmental disabilities, evaluation of the effectiveness of interventions (including especially intensive behavioural intervention), and the positive and negative impacts on families in terms of stress and coping (parents and siblings). My program of research broadly investigates the neurocognitive specialization, organization, and interaction of brain systems that underlie human conceptual processing, and the related processes of memory and perceptual abstraction. Clinical Psychology. The associations among personality, coping, stress, and distress in adolescents, middle-aged individuals, and the elderly. MAILING ADDRESS. Moreover, he is currently conducting a series of randomized clinical controlled trials to examine new treatments for addiction and co-occurring mental health issues (e.g., depression and anxiety). The conceptual and historical basis of classification and classificatory systems. Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of attention and learning disorders in children and adolescents; understanding how cognitive and affective processes develop in clinical and healthy populations; dual process models of human reasoning in clinical and healthy populations. Focused on gaining a better understanding of basic psychological processes, as well as, examining issues that relate more specifically to clinical psychology. Keele Campus Stereotypes of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse survivors. Faculty members, known as the Core Program Faculty in Clinical Psychology, teach primarily in the Ph.D. program and thus devote their energies to your education. I conduct research on substance use behaviour, especially cannabis and alcohol use, in populations at risk for substance-related problems (e.g., young adults, people living with HIV). transition to university, domestic and international students, the army, etc). York’s Department of Psychology, located at the Keele campus, offers the largest and most diverse selection of courses available at any Canadian university taught by internationally recognized teachers, researchers and clinical practitioners. The core faculty of the Clinical Neuropsychology stream  (CNS) are registered psychologists with specialty training in neuropsychology or pediatric neuropsychology. The development of methods for statistical graphics and data analysis, with particular emphasis on graphical methods for categorical data. Associate Professor First, I am interested in characterizing neurocognition in homeless and precariously housed individuals, and identifying the risk and protective factors that moderate functional outcomes. Program, in order to gain hands-on experience. Many students join research labs while enrolled in the M.A. (416) 736-2100, Health Studies (Policy, Management, Informatics), Research Support in the Faculty of Health, Working Group on anti-Black & anti-Indigenous Racism, Maclean's magazine 2021 rankings for Canada's Best University Psychology Programs, York/Seneca Certificate in Rehabilitation Services, York's Psychology program equips students with the fundamental critical thinking, writing and communication skills that employers value, More course selections than at any other Canadian university offering tremendous choice to help students determine their study and career interests, Evening, online and blended courses for maximum study flexibility, Award winning professors who are internationally recognized teachers and researchers actively working with community partners to address challenges such as improving services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder; advising schools and government on ways to prevent or stop bullying; working with NASA astronauts on vision and perception in space and much more, A great student experience in a supportive environment with academic advising, peer mentoring and student clubs, Career workshops in Psychology with York’s Career Centre to help you prepare for life after graduation, Counsellor* (schools, substance abuse, bereavement, immigration), Developmental Disabilities Services Worker. 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