About the NCR Lab
The Koffler Family Trauma Research: Brock University Neuropsychology Cognitive Research (NCR) Laboratory and the Neurorehabilitative Research Laboratory are directed by Dr. Dawn Good, Registered Psychologist and Associate Professor.
We are located in the Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research at Brock University in the Niagara region of Ontario, Canada. The research facility houses various observational testing rooms equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. In general, we are interested in neurocognitive measurement across the lifespan. At the Brock University Neuropsychology Cognitive Research Laboratory, we typically conduct research via neuropsychological testing to examine brain-behaviour relationships. Our research focuses on the impairments in social, emotional, physical, and cognitive aspects of functioning that are evident following acquired brain injury (ABI) and in particular, mild head injury (MHI). We are also interested in successful community reintegration for individuals living with ABI (social reintegration for adults; scholastic reintegration in paediatric populations) and this is the focus of the Neurorehabilitative Research Laboratory. In addition, we are interested in educating others about ABI (see program collaboration with Ontario Brain Injury Association).
Please contact us for further information.
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