We are currently recruiting one or two Master’s level students to join the laboratory and the Psychology department at Ryerson University.
Specific projects that are available to students are i) brain correlates of selective auditory attention and audiovisual speech perception, ii) effects of hearing loss on visual perception, visual learning, and visual cognition, iii) effects of hearing loss on interpersonal communication, and iv) the relationship between hearing loss and cognitive decline in aging. The work will be done using a variety of behavioural and psychophysical methods, computational modeling, EEG, and brain stimulation (tACS, tDCS).
If you are interested in joining, please send an email to Brandon Paul: btpaul [at] ryerson [dot] ca . It is helpful to also include a CV and unofficial transcript.
Information for applying can be found here: https://www.ryerson.ca/graduate/programs/psychology/
The Cognitive Hearing Laboratory and Psychology Department at Ryerson believes that excellent research is necessarily diverse and we maintain inclusive environments. We especially welcome and encourage applicants from BIPOC and LGBTQ2S+ communities, as well as women, individuals with disabilities, and others from under-represented groups.