Graduate students who are interested in language processing are encouraged to apply to our program. We are currently considering applications from students to work on language processing in adults or children, on topics related to speech production and spoken word recognition, and other topics related to psycholinguistics. Email Tania Zamuner at email@example.com to discuss interests and possible projects.
Undergraduate volunteers at the CCLR participate on a wide variety of tasks. They may be directly involved with research through coding and transcribing collected data, or through testing participants. Other tasks have an interpersonal focus, such as childcare for participating families during testing. Volunteers also participate in our regular lab meetings. If you’re interested in volunteering with the CCLR or at the uOttawa Living Lab at the Science and Technology Museum of Canada, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage students from all backgrounds to apply.