John received his Ph.D. from McMaster University where he focused on electroencephalography (EEG) and source analysis to understand the processes associated with cognitive control. Currently, John is interested in how bilinguals process and recover from conflict in their environments. Using EEG, John seeks to provide us with critical information regarding the processes that lead to the cognitive benefits associated with bilingualism. This research will consequently lead to a better understanding of the neural processes involved in delaying the onset of symptoms associated with age-related cognitive decline.
Ph.D. Psychology, McMaster University, 2013