The atmosphere in the lab is very collegial. Student lab members are invited to participate in all phases of the research process: from thinking about issues in cognitive development, to designing studies, collecting and analyzing data, as well as writing reports for the scientific community.
Students (and former students) with whom I have published articles include: Rosemary Lever, Stephanie Pagan, Felicity Martini, Gene Ouellette, Noriyeh Rahbari, Eleanor Thomas, Narges Arab-Moghaddam, Laura Young, Michèle Basque, Anne Hargrave, Karen Daley, Ernie Hudson, Penelope Lawson, and Jo-Anne Monker.
Prospective students. Graduate students accepted in my lab will receive funding in the form of a research assistantship. In addition, graduate students may receive a scholarship as well as a teaching assistantship from the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Carleton (further information is found in your application package for graduate study).
You can contact Monique Sénéchal (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to find out more.