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Welcome to Dr. Steve Prime's Neurocognition and Psychophysics Laboratory
located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan
 
 

My lab employs a cognitive neuroscientific approach to study the cognitive and neural mechanisms of perception, attention, sensorimotor integration, and multisensory processing. My research uses a variety of methods and technologies to investigate these research areas, including psychophysical measures, eye tracking, motion capture, and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).

If you are interested in either:

1) participating in an experiment and help further our research, click here

2) joining the lab as a research assistant or postgraduate student, click here

 
 

The Laboratory is located in Arts 148 at the University of Saskatchewan. To find us on a map click here.

 
  Last updated on Oct, 2016  
The Neurocognition and Psychophysics Laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan