Psychology laboratory

Services Provided

The Psychology Laboratories at Douglas College provide the following services to students:

  • Tutoring regarding coursework
  • Advice on writing and completing term papers
  • Advice on writing and completing course assignments
  • Guidance regarding the use of APA Style
  • Counsel on designing and conducting experiments
  • Assistance with Statistics which includes: calculations, concepts, analysis and interpretation of statistical data
  • Instruction in the use of SPSS 
  • A research space for students to conduct their experiment
  • A study space
  • Computers equipped with SPSS and MS-Office

Lab Demonstrations

Lab demonstrations are offered for a variety of psychology courses; these demonstrations offer a hands-on practical experience that both supplements and augments the coursework and lectures experienced by students.

Open Lab Hours

Open Lab hours are posted separately for each campus; the open times will change from week to week. Please check this web page often for current availability.

During "Open Lab", the Lab may be used: as a study space; to complete group work; or as drop-in for assistance with course assignments.  Appointments (both in-person or virtual) may also be made during "Open Lab".  NOTE: Priority for assistance will be given to those students with appointments.

To schedule an appointment, please send your requests to Include the following:

  • date, time, and campus for the appointment
  • the course number, section number, and instructor's name
  • a copy of assignment details or course outline
  • a PDF copy of the paper (for paper review)


Day Date Time
Monday 23 January 

08h30-13h30; 17h30-18h30


24 January 08h30-10h00; 12h30-16h30
Wednesday 25 January 08h30-11h00; 14h30-18h30
Thursday 26 January 14h00-17h00
Friday 27 January 09h30-18h30

Day Date Time
Monday 23 January 08h30-18h30
Tuesday  24 January



25 January

Thursday 26 January


Friday 27 January 09h30-18h30

Day Date Time
Monday 23 January 9:00 - 1:00; 2:00 - 4:00
Tuesday 24 Jnauary 12:30 - 4:00
Wednesday 25 January 9:30 - 1:00; 2:00 - 5:30
Thursday 26 January 9:30 - 1:00; 2:00 - 5:30
Friday 27 January 9:00 - 1:00; 2:00 - 3:00



Lab Email

Lab Email:

Notes about E-mail:

  • Please use your Douglas College e-mail account for all correspondance (i.e.
  • When sending an e-mail, write the subject of your e-mail in the 'SUBJECT LINE'.
  • In the body of the message please indicate the campus, course, course number, section number and instructor name (e.g. New West, Psychology 1200, 007, J. Smith).


Lab Technicians


Cocking, Cydney
BA (Hons) (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)
Tel: 604-527-5508 (New Westminster Campus)

Cork, Taylor 
BA (Hons) (Simon Fraser University), MA Student (Simon Fraser University)
Tel: 604-527-5508 (New Westminster Campus)

Gramozis , Gerry
BA (Double Major) (Trinity Western), Dip. Addiction Medicine (UBC), Cert. Addiction Care and Treatment (UBC,) Cert. Substance Use and Addiction Nursing (UBC), Substance Use Cert. (JIBC), Ex. Cert . Addiction Studies (Mount Royal)
Tel: 604-777-6157 (Coquitlam Campus)

Mack, Melissa 
BSc (Alberta)
Tel: 604-527-5631 (New Westminster Campus)

Williams, Hailea (On leave)
BA (Hons) (Douglas College), CRLA ITTPC Master Certified Tutor, Level III (Douglas College)
Tel: 604-527-5508 (New Westminster Campus)