Join the C.L.A.S.S. Lab

Dr. Johnson is accepting graduate student applications for the 2021-2022 academic year. More information is available here and here for those interested in pursuing graduate work in Psychology at U of T. 

Dr. Johnson is also cross-appointed in the faculty of Linguistics. More information about U of T's graduate program in Linguistics is available here.

Click here to learn more about studying psycholingustics at U of T.

Click here to learn more about U of T postdoctoral funding opportunities.

Opportunities for Undergraduates at University of Toronto Mississauga

If you are an undergraduate at the University of Toronto with a cGPA of at least 3.0, Dr. Johnson's lab occasionally has openings for work study students and volunteers. Potential volunteers with cGPAs > 3.0 should contact Dr. Johnson directly. Potential work study applicants should check UTM's career page for the most updated job listings.

If you are a first or second year student with a highly competitive cGPA, you can apply to take part in UTM's Research Opportunity Program (PSY299). For more information on how to apply to do an ROP in Dr. Johnson's lab, please see the Research Opportunity Program webpage.

If you are a third or fourth year student with at least a 3.2 cGPA, you my be eligible to apply to do an independent research project (PSY403/PSY404/PSY405/PSY406) in the lab. Interested students should contact Dr. Johnson directly.

If you are a fourth or fifth year student with a highly competitive cGPA, you maybe be eligible to apply to do an honours thesis (PSY400) in the lab. Please note that all students interested in completing an honours thesis must apply to the program through the UTM Psychology Department's main webpage. Admission to the honours thesis program is highly competitive.