Psychology Research During the Pandemic

The pandemic has changed many things, but not everything for the worse, explains Dr. Janet F. Werker, the director of the Infant Studies Centre. In an article published in the Globe and Mail this week, Dr. Werker — alongside Dr. Alona Fyshe, Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta — share how the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic has generated deeper thinking and creativity in psychology research.

Click here to read the full article by Dr. Janet F. Werker and Dr. Alona Fyshe.

If you’d like to know more about how the Infant Studies Centre, as a part of the Early Development Research Group, is operating during the pandemic, click here.