I have a long standing interest in the consequences of brain damage on specific cognitive functions (cognitive neuropsychology) – in particular, disorders of reading (dyslexia), speech production (aphasia), memory (amnesia) and face processing (prosopagnosia). In each case the work seeks to better illuminate the processing components of these specific functions in the normal population.
I am the Co-Director of the Psychology Dementia Research Group (founded by Professor Andrea Tales) and Co-founder of the Face Research Swansea (FaReS) lab. As well as being a Registered Chartered Psychologist (C. Psychol.), Fellow of the British Psychological Society (FBPsS), member of the Health Professionals Council and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
If you are interested in face research and would like to learn more or even take part in experiments - then visit the Face Research Swansea (FaReS) website.