Sam Good

PhD Student

Dalhousie University, MSc Experimental Psychology and Neuroscience (2023)
Dalhousie University, BSc Psychology, First-class honours (2021)
Dalhousie University, Certificate in Indigenous studies (2021)
Sam (she/her) is a current PhD student co-supervised by Dr. James Enns and Dr. Alan Kingstone. Sam recently completed her Master of Science in Experimental Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University, where she also received her BSc in Psychology with a minor in Social Justice and Inequality. Lately, Sam has been interested in exploring the effects of aging on cognitive processes. 
Research Interests
Attention, cognitive control, aging, cognitive decline


Klein, R. M., Good, S. R., Christie, J. (in press). Changes in the Networks of Attention Across the Lifespan: A Graphical Meta-Analysis. The Journal of Intelligence. 
Karabanow, J. & Good, S.R. (in press). The trauma of homelessness: Youth on the street. In C. Brown (Eds.), Talking trauma talk: Resisting the politics of mainstream trauma discourse. Routledge Women’s Series.
Good, S.R. & Wu, H. (2022). Literature review database: Frontline workers in the emergency response stage. DesignSafe-CI.
Aziz, J. R., Good, S. R., Klein, R. M, & Eskes, Gail. A. (2021). Role of aging and working memory in performance on a naturalistic visual search task.  Cortex, 136, 28-40.
Notable Honours
D.O Hebb Post-Graduate Prize 2022
Canadian Psychological Association’s Certificate for Academic Excellence 2021