I was born and raised in Calgary.I have two undergraduate degrees from McGill University, one in philosophy (major) and computer science (minor) and the other in psychology (major). I also graduated with a PhD in clinical psychology from McGill University.
My research interest focus on understanding the structure and neurological underpinnings of language processing, mostly focused on written words. I have a particular interest in semantics, the study of word meaning.
I currently teach the graduate Professional and Ethical Issues course (PSYCO502) and a 4th year course in psychometrics, the measurement of psychological constructs such as IQ and clinical diagnostic categories (PSYCO431).
The nature of psychological tests: some practical work in administration, scoring and interpretation of tests. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or 161 and PSYCH 333 or 335. [Faculty of Arts].
[Faculty of Arts]
Chris Westbury and Geoff Hollis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 2019 May; 148 (1):97-123.
Westbury, C., Hollis, G., Siidhu, D.M., & Pexman, P.M.
Journal of Memory and Language. 2018 April; 99 (28)
Westbury, C. F., Cribben, I., & Cummine, J.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10
The Mental Lexicon. 11 (3):350-374
Geoff Hollis, Chris Westbury
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 23 (6):1744-1756