Where to find us


We are located at the University of Waterloo, inside the Early Childhood Education Center research area.

200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G1

PAS Building, room 1044

Campus Map




519-888-4567 ext. 33332

Directions to our lab

Our lab is located in the Psychology Anthropology and Sociology Building (PAS building) on the University of Waterloo's main campus. The main entrance to the university is located at 200 University Avenue West.

If you are travelling from North of the University: Head South on Weber or King then turn RIGHT (West) on to University Avenue.

If you are travelling from South of the University: Head North on Weber or King then turn LEFT (West) on to University Avenue.

Finding the PAS building once on campus:

  • Once you are on University Avenue, drive until you come to the main university entrance at Seagram Ave, where you will turn into the campus. The entrance is located on University Avenue, between Westmount Rd N and Philip St.
  • Once you enter the University of Waterloo, you will immediately come to a 3-way intersection (you should see the Visitors Centre straight ahead). At the intersection, turn left.
  • The Psychology Department parking lot is the second entrance on your right (just after a speed bump). The sign at the entrance says “Psychology Anthropology Sociology”. Turn right into this lot and park in one of the spots that says “Clinic Parking Only”.
  • You will be greeted in the parking lot by a research assistant who will provide you with a parking pass and escort you and your child to the lab.
  • If you have gone around the corner at the end of road and see a playground structure and the parking lot for the Early Childhood Education Centre, you have gone too far. 


Please visit our Study participation and Sign up pages for information on how to participate in the Developmental Learning Lab.


If you are interested in joining the team of researchers in the Developmental Learning Lab, please visit the Student page for more information.