It’s during my Bachelor’s degree that I first worked at the Faubert lab. What began as a stage in neuropsychology studying traumatic brain injury and postural equilibrium eventually turned into an honors thesis on the effects of perceptual-cognitive training on the cognition of young adults. I subsequently did my doctorate in neuropsychology studying the effects of perceptual-cognitive training on both healthy older adults as well as those with Parkinson’s disease.
- Évaluations neuropsychologiques
- Maladie de Parkinson
Département de psychologie, Université de Montréal
Baccalauréat en psychologie (hons.)
Doctorat en neuropsychologie clinique (Ph.D, R/I).