Past Classes

Over the past decade I have taught the following courses:

Undergraduate
PSYC 100A: Introductory Psychology (Biological and Cognitive Emphasis)
PSYC 201: Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 313: Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 413A: Memory
PSYC 499: Honours Seminar

Graduate
PSYC 500: Professional Development in Psychology
PSYC 575: Cognitive Psychology (team-taught graduate seminar) -
PSYC 576A: Memory and Cognitive Processes (graduate seminar)
PSYC 577: Cognitive and Brain Sciences Seminar

Classroom teaching is only one mode of instruction. I routinely supervise both undergraduate and graduate students who work in my lab on various projects and under various auspices. For example, I sometimes supervise undergrad and grad independent studies courses (e.g., PSYC 390 or PSYC 502), and I usually have a Work Study student or two and several undergraduate volunteers working in the lab. I have also supervised undergraduate students who had NSERC awards. For info about a UVic source of funding for undergraduates interested in getting such experience, see Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Awards.