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Human Development faculty

The following is a listing of core faculty members in the Human Development program. For a complete list of all faculty and their supervisory areas please consult the ECP faculty listing.

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Armando Bertone

Associate Professor &
William Dawson Scholar

514-398-3448

armando [dot] bertone [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

Autism spectrum conditions, development, cognitive assessment, cognitive training, perceptual learning, development of visual and auditory processes, multisensory integration, social perception, technology transfer.

Research website: Perceptual Neuroscience Laboratory (PNLab) for Autism and Development

Jacob Burack

Professor

514-398-3433

jacob [dot] burack [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

The development of attention and cognition among typically developing children, persons with autism, and persons with specific syndromes associated with intellectual disabilities.

Research website: McGill Youth Study Team

Professor Tara Flanagan

Tara Flanagan

Assistant Professor

514-398-3441

tara [dot] flanagan [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

Inclusive education, social inclusion, social policy, transition, self-determination, quality of life, people with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups.

Dr. Nancy Heath

Nancy Heath

Program Director,
James McGill Professor

514-398-3439

nancy [dot] heath [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)  | Profile

Mental health in schools, enhancing mental health resilience, non-suicidal self-injury.

Research website: Heath Research Team

Professor Konishi

Chiaki Konishi

Assistant Professor

514-398-4247

chiaki [dot] konishi [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

Social-emotional development, connectedness (including: attachment, peer relationships, student-teacher relationships, non-parental adult relationships), bullying and discrimination, school climate, social and ecological perspectives, health and development in marginalized populations (eg., sexual and racial/ethnic minorities), methodological and statistical issues.

Jessica Ruglis

Assistant Professor

514-398-2418

jessica [dot] ruglis [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

School dropout, early school leaving and dis/engagement; educational trajectories; educational inequities; child and adolescent health and development; relationships between education and health; social determinants of health; social and education policy; social theory; critical race and social issues in education.

 

Robert Savage

Associate Professor &
William Dawson Scholar

514-398-3435

robert [dot] savage [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

The development of cognitive processes in normal reading and spelling in the early years; the cognitive psychology of poor reading and developmental dyslexia; literacy and related interventions, particularly in the elementary school years, including use of technology.

Research website: ABRACADABRA (A Balanced Reading Approach for Canadians Designed to Achieve Best Results for All)

 

Ingrid Sladeczek

Associate Professor

514-398-3450

ingrid [dot] sladeczek [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

Developmental disabilities across the lifespan, early intervention, consultation, behavior and emotional disorders.


Research website: Dr. Sladeczek's Research Team

Victoria Talwar

Associate Professor,
Canadian Research Chair Tier 2

514-398-3438

victoria [dot] talwar [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)  | Profile

Development of lying in children, theory of mind, and child witness testimony.

Research website: Talwar Child Development Research Lab

Other Academic Staff

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(Please note Associate Members can co-supervise Graduate Students but another core Faculty member must be listed as primary supervisor.)

 

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Suzanne King, Ph.D.

Associate Member

Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University

514-761-6131 ext. 2353

suzanne [dot] king [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) | Profile

Developmental psychopathology; prenatal maternal stress from natural disasters; child and adolescent development; cognitive, behavioral, motor and physical development; brain imaging (MRI); genetics and epigenetics; autism spectrum; psychotic-like experiences; longitudinal studies; obesity and metabolism.

 


 
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