Three CLLRNet researchers part of McMaster team receiving over $2.2 million Canada Foundation for Innovation award
The Department of Psychology at McMaster University received over $2.2 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to fund laboratory facilities and state-of-the-art equipment for their study of Optimizing Human Development: Experiential Influences on Brain/Behaviour Maturation. The McMaster University team of researchers, headed by Dr. Ron Racine, includes three Canadian Language & Literacy Research Network researchers ( Drs. Betty Ann Levy, David Shore and Laurel Trainor). The funding will allow McMaster's developmental researchers to continue their leading-edge research on understanding how brain development influences cognitive and social aspects of human development.
Last Modified: March 12 2002 13:20:32.