Stephen M. Emrich, Ph.D
Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Wisconsin – Madison
office: MacKenzie Chown B 336
phone: (905) 688-5550 ext. 6181
Holly is in her fourth year of her PhD in the Behavioural-Cogntive Neuroscience stream. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and MA in Psychology at Brock University working with Dr. Emrich. Her work focuses on visual short-term memory resource models testing limitations and predictions of opposing theories with the use of behavioural, EEG, and fMRI measures.
Rosa is a graduate student under joint supervision of Professor Stephen Emrich and Professor Karen Campbell. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology for Health Sciences and Psychology at U of T. She is quite interested in studying the age-related changes in the efficiency of memory and attention, and how these changes may be reflected in neural mechanisms. Through her research, she hopes to get a better understanding of healthy aging and potential interventions to increase the efficiency of cognitive processes, especially in old age.
Alyssa is a first year MA student in the Behavioural-Cognitive Neuroscience stream. She completed her Honours BSc in Psychology at Western University. Broadly, she is interested in exploring ways to manipulate memory capacity and performance, and investigating how changes in these abilities can be measured at both the behavioural and neural levels.
Luke Atack – Psychology Honours student
Keynen Lynett – Psychology Honours student
Joel Robitaille, PhD
Christine Salahub, PhD
Joey Capozza: Master of Arts – Counseling Psychology at Western University
Thomas Nelson: Lead data scientist at Senso.ai
Nick Seelert: Co-founder & CTO at Senso.ai
Rachel Vonk: Master of Arts – Cognitive Neuroscience at Wilfrid Laurier University
Aaron Zwiep: Technical manager at Sanofi Pasteur Pharmaceuticals
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