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  1. & Long-term repetition priming and semantic interference in a lexical-semantic matching task: tapping the links between object names and colors. Frontiers in Psychology 5(644)
  2. & Dissociating positive and negative influences of verbal processing on the recognition of pictures of faces and objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38(2), 376-390.
  3. & Independent influences of verbalization and race on the configural and featural processing of faces: a behavioral and eye movement study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38(1), 61-77.
  4. & The time course of activation of object shape and shape+colour representations during memory retrieval. PLoS ONE 7(11), e48550
  5. & Animal recognition and eye movements: the contribution of outline contour and local feature information. Experimental Psychology (formerly "Zeitschrift für Experimentelle Psychologie") 57(2), 117-125.

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  • PS-M54 Research Project in Cognitive Neuroscience

    The module will involve planning, conducting, and reporting a substantial piece of cognitive neuroscience research of relevance to any discipline within cognitive neuroscience. It is intended that the dissertation will take the form of a scientific paper combined with a reflective review of the process of conducting the research.

  • PSY211 Cognition II: Higher Level Processes

    The module provides an in depth look at the cognitive processes underlying important higher level functions such as language, thinking, problem solving, reasoning and making decisions. The module will start covering a series of topics within perception and attention such as visual perception, biological motion, auditory perception, chemical senses, touch and proprioception, multisensory experiences, attentional mechanisms, and attention in driving. This will be followed by the most important and hotly debated issues in psycholinguistics, including how children acquire language, how language is processed in the adult mind with particular emphasis on reading, spelling dyslexia and bilingualism. The last part of the module will deal with the way in which humans make judgments, reach decisions and resolve problems and puzzles by examining the research evidence and exploring the classical and current theories.


  • Memory in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Toby Lloyd-Jones
    Other supervisor: Prof Phil Reed
  • The efficacy of the outcomes of ABA and Intensive Interaction on individuals diagnosed with ASD, also the impact of these interventions on the family well beings. (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Toby Lloyd-Jones
    Other supervisor: Prof Phil Reed