Richard Besney, 2016-2017: Audiovisual Statistical Learning and Autistic Traits.
Treva Sadler, 2016-2017: Sensory Thresholds as a Predictive Measure of Autism-Related Social Difficulties.
Evan Morden, 2016-2017: An ERP Investigation of Multisensory Integration.
Jennifer Toulim, 2016-2017: The development of audiovisual temporal recalibration and autistic traits. Jenny is currently completing her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Toronto.
Jong Lee, 2016-2017: The development of audiovisual temporal recalibration and autistic traits. Jong is currently working on his MSc in Public Health at McGill University.
Karen Black, 2015-2016: Linking Anxiety and Insistence on Sameness: The Role of Hypersensitivity in Autism. Karen is currently a Master’s student in clinical child psychology at York University.
Aviva Philipp-Mueller, 2015-2016: Are Conjunctive-processing Deficits in Autism Specific to Faces? Aviva is currently a Doctoral student in social psychology at the Ohio State University (Go Blue!).
Jessica Luck, 2015-2016. Eye tracking in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Jessica is currently a Master’s student in psychology at the University of British Columbia.
Ze Yuan Wang, 2014-2016: Cognitive Visual Processing Difficulties in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Yuan is currently finishing her BSc at the University of Toronto.
Maggie Chueng, 2016 – Maggie is currently finishing her BSc at the University of Toronto.
Ariana Youm, 2015-2016: Investigating Impairments in Statistical Learning as a Root Cause of Sensory Deficits in ASD. Ariana is currently finishing her BSc with honours at the University of Toronto.
Naomi Hazzlet, 2014-2015: Engendering Autism: Gender and Sensory Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Naomi is currently a graduate student in occupational therapy at the University of Toronto.
Laura is a third year undergraduate student in the Honors Specialization Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience program. At the lab, she is interested in learning more about sensory perception in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Outside the lab, she loves doing anything adventurous and playing with her dog.
Zack is an undergraduate student completing a Bachelor’s of Science, Honors Specialization in Psychology at Western University. Zack is interested in extending his knowledge about sensory perception in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Outside the lab, he enjoys all things hockey and is a huge Toronto Maple Leafs fan.
Sara is a fourth year Honours Specialization Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience undergraduate student at Western University. In the lab, she is interested in expanding her knowledge on sensory sensitivities and how they relate to autistic traits. Outside the lab, she enjoys being a cat lady and going to the gym.
Lauryn is a second year undergraduate student pursuing an Honours Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. In the Stevenson lab, she is interested in broadening her knowledge of sensory perception in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, though the use of neuroimaging. Outside the lab, she enjoys running, sailing and all things outdoors.