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Adam Sandford
BSc (Hon.) (University of Kent), BEd (York University), PhD (University of Aberdeen)
Assistant Program Head Psychology

Location:
GH408F
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6088
Email:
adam.sandford@guelphhumber.ca

Dr. Adam Sandford is the Assistant Program Head of the Psychology program at University of Guelph-Humber since 2016 and is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Guelph. With his team of research assistants, Dr. Sandford conducts projects related to face recognition and face perception. He recently authored a chapter in a new book about face processing systems, disorders, and cultural differences edited by Drs. Markus Bindemann and Ahmed Megreya.

Dr. Sandford has published peer-reviewed articles as first author or co-author in journals such as Cognition, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, and Perception. He is the Chair of the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Section of the Canadian Psychological Association and Vice Chair of Science Rendezvous at UofGH. He also chairs and sits on various committees at UofGH, works with external partners to develop fruitful partnerships, and teaches the Psychology Program's Honours Thesis.

Dr. Sandford was awarded UofGH research grants in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and was the recipient of an author appreciation award in 2018 for his contributions to the scholarly community. Dr. Sandford is presently working on numerous projects in collaboration with international scholars.


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Amanda Wintink
BA (University of Winnipeg), MA (Brock University), PhD (Dalhousie University)
Psychology

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6071
Email:
amanda.wintink@guelphhumber.ca

Dr. Amanda Wintink began teaching at the University of Guelph-Humber since 2015. Dr. Wintink, the CEO and Founder of Centre for Applied Neuroscience (CAN) has been delivering undergraduate courses in psychology and neuroscience since 2005. Her teaching philosophy involves encouraging students to think critically, creatively, and holistically about the content they learn. Dr. Wintink’s goal as an instructor is to have students learn psychology and neuroscience in a personally relevant manner and to develop skills that are transferable outside of the classroom.

Dr. Wintink is also a certified yoga teacher and a meditation/mindfulness teacher who brings these topics into the classroom. Dr. Wintink’s recent book, Self Science - A Guide to the Mind and Your Brain's Potential, is an example of her cross-boundary work.


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Masood Zangeneh

Psychology, Electives

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416-798-1331 ext. 6071
Email:
masood.zangeneh@guelphhumber.ca

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