Undergraduate Research in Psychology
Faculty members in the Psychology Department all have active research programs in their own area of specializations.
Psychology students at Mount Allison are able to participate in the research process in a number of ways:
- Each year, individual faculty members supervise research projects for honours and directed studies students.
- Students also have the opportunity to apply for research awards which allow them to work with faculty members over the summer term.
- Many students will either work or volunteer in faculty research laboratories.
- students in our Introductory Psychology classes are given the opportunity to experience the research process by participating in our Psychology Participant Pool and becoming a participant in the many studies conducted each year in our Department.
Please use the following links to find out more about the current research interests of our faculty members and the research opportunities available to our students.
Faculty Research Interests
Information about Research in Psychology
Psychology Research Day
MTA REB (Research Ethics Board)
Student Research Opportunities and Applications for Summer Research Grants