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Professor, Psychology; Chair, Animal Care Committee
Areas of Expertise: Animal memory and cognition; Pharmacological analysis of behaviour; Effects of drugs on time perception and temporal memory; Animal research
Biography: The major objective of my research program has been to contribute to the area of comparative cognition by increasing our understanding of how animals encode and retain information. The research is focused on laboratory-based behavioural investigations?
(519) 884-0710 ext.3087
Associate Professor, Psychology
Areas of Expertise: Behavioural neuroscience; Behavioural pharmacology of addictive drugs; Behavioural pharmacology of cannabis and related cannabinoid drugs; Effects of drugs
Biography: Dr. Mallet is a behavioural pharmacologist who studies the behavioural and neural effects of drugs, with an emphasis on drugs of abuse. ?
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