Gillian Rowe, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health Program
Baycrest Health Sciences
Lecturer, University of Toronto, Department of Psychology
her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Trent
University. Her honour's thesis focuses on how ages-related contrast
vision decline may adversely affect safety and independence among older
Gillian became interested in Dr. Lynn Hasher's aging and inhibition
work a few years ago, which prompted a career change from her work with
children to psychology.
In September 2002, Gillian began her graduate studies at the University
of Toronto. Her Master's thesis investigates the role of interference
and circadian rhythms in working memory across the lifespan.
Gillian was born in England and immigrated to Canada 25 years ago. If
you would like to know more about Gillian or her research interests,
please feel free to email her.
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