Margot completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Human Biology at the University of Toronto. Her Master’s thesis at York University focused on how early second-language training influences neural processing on an executive control task. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in the Cognitive Development Laboratory. Her areas of interest include bilingualism and cognitive aging, working memory, and research using event-related potentials (ERPs), as well as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Master of Arts, York University, 2011
Honours Bachelor of Science, University of Toronto, 2009