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Past Graduate Students
2008  

Liz Hart - Masters
Toddler Study

     
2007    Debra Pollock - Masters
Comparing Written and Spoken Errors in the Speech Production Process
   
Past Honours Thesis Students
2007/2008  

Elizabeth Hall (BSc) - Physiotherapy, Toronto
The Effect of Differential Diagnoses on Care-Seeking Behaviour

Raageen Kanjee (BSc) - Medical School, Toronto
A Canadian Case of Foreign Accent Syndrome

Caillie Cipriano (BA) - Teachers' College, Western
Learning to Make Mistakes: An Investigation in Recurring Tip-of-the-Tongue (TOT) States in Fluent Speakers of French as a Second Language

Tabi Tse (BSc) - Teaching English, Korea
The Effect of Perceived Control on Attentional Biases for Body Shape and Weight-Related Words

Kevin Lam (BA) - Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
The Influence of Bilingualism on Executive Control

Amy Beth Warriner (BA) - Lab Coordinator, CogSci
Learning to Succeed: Reducing the Reocurrence of Tip-of-the-Tongue (TOT) States

     
2006/2007  

Aislin Graham (BSc) - Psychology, Dalhousie
Does Eating Disorder Risk Predict How Attractiveness is Evaluated

Candace Boyd (BA)
The Parallel Processing of Concept Retrieval and Phonological Output

April Lee (BSc) - Psychology, McMaster
Skills Transference in Dance Dance Revolution

     
2005/2006  

Andrew Cooper (BSc) - Psychology, Ohio State
Factors Affecting the Decision to Seek Medical Attention

Brian Herchuk (BSc) - MBA, McMaster

John Grundy (BSc) - Lab Manager, Shedden Lab

Laura Watson (BSc)
Language Improvements While Learning English as a Second Language

Anna Luu (BSc) - Speech Lang. Pathology, Toronto

Awil Tawil (BSc)

     
2004/2005  

Heather Menzies (BSc)
The Learnability of Errors in Speech Production

Shannon Cardy (BHSc)
Speech Patterns Among Individuals with Autism

Calli Armstrong (B. Arts and Science)

     
2003/2004    Nevena Simic (BSc) - Psychology, Toronto
Voluntary Task Switching as an Independent Measure of Executive Control