Recent theses published by our graduates
Recently completed PhD theses:
Sabrina Demetrioff, Psychology: Psychopathic Traits and Interpersonal Judgement: Examining Accuracy, Tendency, and Influence of Sex of Judge and Target. November, 2013.
Joshua Salmon, Psychology: How Manipulability (Graspability and Functional Usage) Influences Object Identification. August, 2013.
Timothy O'Leary, Psychology & Neuroscience: Characterization of Age-Related Changes in Motor Ability and Learning and Memory in the 5XFAD Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease. July, 2013.
Leanne Fraser, Psychology & Neuroscience: Locomotor Behaviour, Emotionality, and Cognition in the 3XTG-AD Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease: A Cross-Sectional Study. June, 2013.
Erin Mazerolle, Psychology & Neuroscience: Refinements to the Current Understanding of Functional MRI Activation in White Matter. June 2012.
Recently completed MSc theses:
Sean McWhinney, Psychology & Neuroscience: Integrative Laterality Mapping with MEG and FMRI for Presurgical Evaluation in Epilepsy. October, 2013.
Gregory MacLean, Psychology: Exploring the Dissociations between Overt and Covert Mechanisms of Spatial Attention and Inhibition of Return. September, 2013.
Amanda Leroux, Psychology & Neuroscience: Impact of Menstrual Cycle Phase on Metabolic Effects of Sleep Restriction. August, 2013.
Cameron Hassall, Psychology: Learning in Non-stationary Environments. August, 2013.
Andrew Clouter, Psychology: The Effects of Dual n-back Training on the Components of Working Memory and Fluid Intelligence: An Individual Differences Approach. August, 2013.