Dr. Campbell has been awarded a Brock SSHRC Explore Grant in collaboration with Dr. William Hall (Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology) and Alison O'Connor (PhD Student, Department of Psychology). The grant is entitled "Exploring younger and older adults’ implicit and explicit honesty attitudes" and will examine age differences in attitudes towards children and how these relate to the decisions people make in the court room.
Congratulations to the students in our lab for the awards they have recently received!
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Campbell got tenure!
The warmest congratulations to her for this well-deserved achievement in her career.
This is the poster from Tiago's presentation at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) 2021 Conference. To hear more about the cortical functional connectivity of the arousal system, please watch his video below:
In case you missed Dr. Campbell's talk for the Lifespan Speaker Series, you can watch the recording here: https://brocku.ca/lifespan-development-research/aging-memory/.
Our lab took part in the annual walk for Alzheimer's again this year! Given the COVID pandemic this year, the walk was held virtually. However, this did not stop us from beating last year's total raised! Our team raised a total of $1595 this year! Way to go team!
Dr. Campbell gave two talks talks at the Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting.
One was an invited talk associated with her Early Career Award. Available here:
Another was part of a symposium on Aging and Control Processes at Retrieval that she co-chaired with Dr. Karl Healey:
Keep a lookout for the upcoming issue of National Geographic on Memory that Dr. Campbell helped edit. It also includes a feature of our memory and aging research.