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 Are you a looking to gain research experience in the fields of neuroscience, psychology and speech-language pathology?

The Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory at Temple University is a multidisciplinary laboratory composed of volunteers from the College of Public Health, College of Liberal Arts and College of Science and Technology.  If you are interested in contributing and can offer a unique skill set to our research, please tell us about it in the volunteer form below!
Ideal volunteers are motivated, proactive individuals who can commit 12 hours per week for 2 semesters.

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Lab Potluck Spring 2013
Lab Potluck - Spring 2013.



Harry and Hannes at the 41st International Neuropsychology Society meeting in Hawaii
Harry and Hannes
presenting at the 41st International Neuropsychological Society meeting in Hawaii.


Kate and Genevieve at the 40th International Neuropsychology Society meeting in Oslow
Kate and Genevieve presenting at the 40th International Neuropsychological Society meeting in Oslow.



Anna Podgorny, Kathleen Quinn, and Patricia Hearons from our lab won the top prize - The Dean's Award - as well as a Meritorius Award, for their poster entitled "A Comparison of Dichotic Listening Protocols" at the College of Healh Professions and Social Work's Research Day competition on April 23rd, 2010. Pictured above receiving the prize plaque from the Dean of the College, Ronald Brown, Ph.D.
Anna Podgorny, Kathleen Quinn, and Patricia Hearons from our lab won the top prize - The Dean's Award - as well as a Meritorius Award, for their poster entitled "A Comparison of Dichotic Listening Protocols" at the College of Healh Professions and Social Work's Research Day competition on April 23rd, 2010. Pictured above receiving the prize plaque from the Dean of the College, Ronald Brown, Ph.D.


College of Health Professions Research Day, April 2009.
Andrew and Kathleen presenting a poster at the College of Health Professions Research Day, April 2009.