Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroimaging and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Using neuroimaging to uncover social-cognitive functions, how they develop across the lifespan, and how they breakdown in neurodevelopmental disorders.
This research will lead to a deeper understanding of the neural bases of social interaction, and to the development of new diagnostic and rehabilitation programs..
Canada Research Chair in Embodied and Embedded Cognition
Research involves: Investigating how we use our body and physical (and social) environment to help us think and how this coupling ultimately shapes our thinking.
Research relevance: This research will provide a deeper understanding of the embodied and embedded nature of cognition and can inform the development and design of tools to help us think more effectively.
Canada Research Chair in Motivated Social Cognition
Studying self-regulation and self-control in people in order to develop insights about temptations and a number of self-regulation problems.
This research could lead to the development of interventions to help people resist temptations, make better decisions and live more fulfilling lives.