Faculty

James Taylor

James Taylor

Education:  
    BASc (Industrial Engineering), University of Toronto
    PhD (Psychology), McMaster University

Office:  EA 3078
Phone:  403.440.6016 
Email:  jctaylor@mtroyal.ca 
Webpage:
www2.mtroyal.ca/~jctaylor

 TEACHING

  • PSYC 1103 Introduction to Psychology I: Natural Science
  • PSYC 2211 Statistical Methods for Psychology II
  • PSYC 2213 Research Methods I
  • PSYC 4412 Advanced Statistical Methods for Psychology
  • PSYC 3305 History of Psychological Thought

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Cognitive Psychology; Information processes that underlie how people think about and interact with the world.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
De Catanzaro, D., & Taylor, J. C. (1996). The scaling of dispersion and correlation: A comparison of leastsquares and absolutedeviation statistics. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 49(1), 171-188.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Brazier, J., & Taylor, J. (2016, April). Romantic red effects while eye tracking: Unexplained moderation by time in the academic term. Poster presented at the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, Banff, Canada.

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT IN RESEARCH 

Students with strong academic records are encouraged to talk to me regarding possible ways of becoming involved in research. Opportunities exist for volunteer research assistance, Directed Reading courses, and Honours Thesis research. See my website for more information.