Welcome to the neurocognitive aging lab!
We are a cognitive neuroscience lab located in the The Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Institute for Lifespan Development Research at Brock University. Our research focuses on the cognitive and neural changes that accompany normal human aging. We are particularly interested in how age differences in attentional control affect other cognitive processes (such as memory and language functions) that are otherwise preserved with age. We use both neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG) and behavioural methods (including eye-tracking) to address these questions.