MA student – Lifespan Development
Supervisor: Dr. Tony Volk
Mohammad Barzegari Khaneghah
PhD student – Lifespan Development
Supervisor: Dr. Liz Shulman
My Current research is focused on youth social media use related to their identity, decision-making, and risky behaviors. Specifically, I’m interested in seeing how using social media applications can be related to adolescents’ risky decision-making or unwanted online shopping.
PhD student – Behavioural & Cognitive Neuroscience
Supervisor: Dr. Stephen Emrich
I am interested in the fidelity of visual memory. I study visual memory and the relationship with attention and memory capacity through EEG and behavioural methods. I will additionally use fMRI to investigate this question further through collaborations across research institutions.