Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research
The Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research is a multidisciplinary collaborative effort dedicated to studying human development across the lifespan, with special strengths in childhood and adolescence. The Centre involves over 60 faculty members representing Social Sciences, Applied Health Sciences, Education, and Humanities, as well as 40 community agencies, who collaborate to investigate psychological, social, health, neurophysiological and educational aspects of life from infancy to old age.
The Centre houses specialized labs, observation rooms, interview and testing rooms, as well as computer labs for large-scale studies.
The full list of participating faculty researchers, labs and community research partners can be found in the links from this page.