Lab Alumni

At The Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology Lab, we would like thank our alumni lab members for their hard work and dedication to our research. Best of luck in your future pursuits!

Clark Amistad

Lab Manager. Clark is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Arts) program. After leaving the CAN Lab, Clark completed his MSc in the I/O Psychology program at the University of Calgary.

Amanda Ferguson

Undergraduate Honours Student. Amanda completed an undergraduate degree in political science and returned to UW to retrain in psychology. In her thesis, she explored emotion regulation strategies in adults. After completing her thesis, Amanda entered the Clinical Psychology training program at the University of Toronto - Scarborough Campus.

Bawan Gosal

Undergraduate Honours Student. Bawan is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis examined the impact of affective experiences on inhibitory control. After completing her thesis, Bawan trained as an IBI instructor therapist for children with developmental disorders.

Melissa Grubb

Undergraduate Honours Student. Melissa is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Arts) program. Her thesis explored the contribution of attention and eye movements to higher-level reading comprehension in university students. After completing her thesis, Melissa entered the Clinical Psychology training program at the University of Guelph.

Netri Kalra

Undergraduate Honours Student. Netri is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis examined how parenting stress and problems related to executive functioning affect relationship satisfaction in couples with children. Following graduation, Netri is taking some time to consider her next steps...

Victoria Liao

Undergraduate Honours Student. Victoria is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis examined the interplay of inhibition, social communication, and ADHD traits in preschool-aged children. After completing her undergraduate degree, Victoria entered the graduate program in Occupational Therapy at McMaster University.

Vanessa Morris

Undergraduate Honours Student. Vanessa is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis examined the impact of sibship size on executive functioning in youth. After graduation, she entered the graduate program in Neuroscience at McMaster University.

Hiba Nauman

Undergraduate Honours Student. Hiba is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis examined binge watching as a function of impulsivity and ADHD traits. After completing her thesis, Hiba entered the Clinical Psychology training program at the University of Guelph.

Tamara Rosner

MA Student. Tammy completed her Master's degree in UW's Clinical Psychology training program, examining the relevance of executive functioning for goal-oriented behaviours. She then moved to McMaster University to completed her PhD in experimental psychology. 

Siobhan Sutherland

Lab Manager. Siobhan is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Arts) program and was the first manager of the CAN Lab. After completing her undergraduate degree, Siobhan entered the Clinical Psychology training program at UW with Dr. Uzma Rehman.

Kiruthiha Vimalakanthan

Undergraduate Honours Student. Kiruthiha (Kira) is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. Her thesis investigated associations amongst inhibition, personality traits, and temperament in adults. Afterwards, Kira entered the Clinical Psychology program at UW with Dr. Allison Kelly.

Martin Yeung

Undergraduate Honours Student. Martin is a graduate of UW's Honours Psychology (Bachelor of Science) program. His thesis examined the affect of executive functioning and ADHD traits  on social communication in young adults. After graduation, Martin entered the Master's of Information program at the University of Toronto.

Attention moms: Help us learn more about family life

Parent and childrenWhat is this about? The CAN Lab is studying how parent-child behaviours may impact family life.

What will you be asked to do? The study is in two parts and involves the completion of questionnaires at home and tasks in our lab. Children also participate. 

What will you receive? All participants receive a gift card in appreciation of their time.

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