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I work with Professor Jeffrey Bowers and Dr Nina Kazanina examining several elements of psycholinguistics including morphological decomposition, new word learning and consolidation of new words in monolinguals, and word processing in an integrated competitive model in bilinguals. These studies use various techniques including behavioural priming, eye-tracking, EEG and MRI testing.
More specifically, I am interested in whether morphological decomposition is an automatic process and how this is affected by the lexical and semantic nature of words. Additionally, how and when new words are learned to the extent that their effects in ...
I studied Psychology (BSc First Class Hons '09) at University of Wales Bangor, North Wales including a final-year dissertation examining the effects of cognitive load and multimedia learning in university students. I also studied Clinical Neuropsychology (MSc Distinction '10) at Bangor, including a research thesis examining the Visual Word Form Area theory in a stroke population.
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