Previous Study Visits

From 1995 onwards

Mark Gardner, University College London
Study undertaken at Instituto di Psicologia del CNR, Rome, 1995
Subject: At attempt to demonstrate imitation in monkeys

Lesley Scanlan, U.W.C.C. Cardiff
Study undertaken at Glasgow University, 1995
Subject: Computer simulations of current models of face recognition

Dino Chincotta, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at Turun Yliopisto, Turku, 1995/6
Subject: Examining the relationship between speech rate and memory span in bilinguals.

Michael Lewis, University of Wales, Cardiff
Study undertaken at Aberdeen University, 1996
Subject:

Kate Cain, Sussex University
Study undertaken at Unversity of Toronto, 1996
Subject: Literacy development and reading comprehension in children

W J Fear, University of Wales Cardiff
Study undertaken at the University of Amsterdam, 1997
Subject: Bilingual Research

Petroc Sumner, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at Makerere Unversity, Uganda, 1997
Subject: Colour Vision

Sandra-Ilona Suenram, University of Manchester
Study undertaken at University of Northumbria, 1997
Subject: Investigating the effects of glucose and oxygen on memory performance

Sebastian Tremblay, University of Wales Cardiff
Study undertaken at Katholische Universitaet, Eichstaet, Germany, 1997
Subject: Learning experiences and empirical work.

E Freeman, University of Bristol
Study undertaken at University of Turku, 1998
Subject: Eye movements during reading and language processing

Andy Mead, University of Sussex
Study undertaken at University of Crete, 1998
Subject: Effects of drug treatment regimes on the expression of the mmediate early gene product

Chris Moulin, University of Bristol
Study undertaken at University of Turku, 1998
Subject: Neuro-imaging techniques

Helen Bird, University of Newcastle
Study undertaken at MRC CBU, Cambridge, 1998
Subject: Semantic Dementia

Elaine Sweet, University of York
Study undertaken at UNSW, Sydney, 1999
Subject: Telemetry for conditioning experiments

Daisy Powell, Royal Holloway University of London
Study undertaken at Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1999
Subject: Evaluation and adaptation of Plaut et al’s learning model of reading

Christina Izura, University of York
Study undertaken at University of Oviedo, Spain, 2000
Subject: Age of acquisition in a bilingual population

Glynis Bailey, University of New South Wales
Study undertaken at University of York, 2000
Subject: Role of amygdala in event learning

Julia Carroll, University of York
Study undertaken at University of New England in Armidale, 2000
Subject: Phonological awareness and memory

Frances Lyons, University of Essex
Study undertaken at University of Exeter, 2000
Subject: The importance of the semantic system in language processing of name retrieval and reading

Deborah Hall, MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham
Study undertaken at Eaton-Peabody Laboratory, Boston, 2001
Subject: Stimulus specific responses in multiple auditory cortical fields

Volker Thoma, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Study undertaken at University of California, Los Angeles, 2001
Subject: Priming of rotated and upright images is mediated by two different representations of objects

Ruth Filik, University of Derby
Study undertaken at The University of Durham, 2002
Subject: Focus operators and syntactic ambiguity resolution during reading

Cassandra Gorgati, University of Reading
Study undertaken at University of Wisconsin, 2002
Subject: The extent and nature of putative cannabinoid-opiod interactions in feeding

Manos Tsakiris, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Study undertaken at Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Lyon, 2002
Subject: Contribution of afferent and efferent information in self-recognition

Beth Jefferies, University of Bristol
Study undertaken at MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, 2002
Subject: Role of Semantics in verbal short-term memory

Sarah White, University of Durham
Study undertaken at University of Massachusetts, 2002
Subject: Non-foveal processing of text during reading

David George, University of Cardiff
Study undertaken at Indiana University, 2003
Subject: Conditional attentional processes

Jacinta O’Shea, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at Harvard University, 2003
Subject: Combined EEG/TMS studies of cognition

Penny Hill, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Western Australia, 2003
Subject: Auditory frequency discrimination in children with specific language impairment

Paul Sutcliffe, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Western Australia, 2003
Subject: The effect of stimulant medication on auditory processing performance in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Anna Law, University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at University of Ferrara, 2003
Subject: The effects of interruptions on multitasking in brain-damaged patients

Sarah Haywood, University of Edinburgh
Study undertaken at State University of New York, 2003
Subject: Eye-tracking techniques in dialogue research

Matthew Whalley, University College London
Study undertaken at the University of Pittsburgh, 2003
Subject: Neural correlates of a chronic pain experience in patients with Fibromyalgia

Kazuhiro Goto, University of Exeter
Study undertaken at Tufts University, 2003
Subject: Avian visual cognition

Barbara Juhasz, University of Massachusetts
Study undertaken at University of Durham, 2004
Subject: The effects of linguistic difficulty on binocular fixation disparity in reading

Markus Bindemann, University of Glasgow
Study undertaken at University of Utrecht, 2004
Subject: Attention and TMS

Julie Goldstein, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Study undertaken at Windhoek, Namibia, 2004
Subject: Evidence of a non-perceptual mechanism supplied by cross-cultural research

Ines Goerendt, University of Hamburg, Germany
Study undertaken at MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, 2004
Subject: Towards an integrated biopsychosocial approach to personality: Linking reward processing, neural systems and individual differences

Cristina Rosazza, Sissa-Isas, Via Beirut 2-4, Trieste, Italy
Study undertaken at University of Manchester, 2004
Subject: Qualitative different forms of pure alexia: A comparison between Italian and English patients

Lisa Archibald, University of Durham
Phase 1: Study undertaken at FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, The Netherlands, 2004. Phase 2: Study undertaken at University of Edinburgh, 2005
Subject: Cognitive neuroimaging in psychological research

Lorna Halliday, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Lund, Sweden, 2005
Subject: Auditory maturation in children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss

Douglas Martin, University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2005
Subject: Is mimicry reliant on executive processes?

Daniela Balslev, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark
Study undertaken at University of Birmingham, 2005
Subject: Optimal coil orientation for transcranial magnetic stimulation

Liat Hadar, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Study undertaken at University College London, 2005
Subject: The effects of cognitive load on advice taking and giving

Shane Lindsay, University of Essex
Study undertaken at Emory University, Atlanta, USA, 2005
Subject: Perceptual processing in abstract concepts and abstract language

Maja Roch, University of Padua, Italy
Study undertaken at University of Bristol, 2005
Subject: The role of phonological awareness and short term memory on reading skills of individuals with Downs syndrom

Mako Hirotani, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
Study undertaken at University of Durham, 2005
Subject: Eye-movements in reading Japanese sentences

Liz Pellicano, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Western Australia, Perth, 2006
Subject: Longitudinal follow-up of cognitive skills in children with autism: Predicting social and communicative functioning

Courtenay Frazier Norbury, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at Yale University, USA, 2006
Subject: Social visual pursuit in communication disorders

Lucy Cragg, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Western Australia, Perth, 2006
Subject: Neural correlates of inhibition in school-age children

Hazel Blythe, University of Durham
Study undertaken at University of Massachusetts, USA, 2006
Subject: The effect of within-word distance between transposed letters

Jasna Martinovic, University Leipzig, Germany
Study undertaken at University of Liverpool, 2006
Subject: Processing of ordinal and metric cues in depth perception — cue combination or biasing through prior information?

James Moore, University College London
Study undertaken at Harvard University, USA, 2006 & 2007
Subject: Agency, pseudo-agency and intentional binding

Zara Bergström, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Study undertaken at Centre for Advanced Neuroimaging at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany, 2006
Subject: Neural correlates of inhibitory forgetting

Manon Jones, University of Edinburgh
Study undertaken at University of Wales, Bangor, 2006
Subject: Implicit semantic activation in two languages mediated by a single lexical item

Benoit Bediou, University of Lyon, France
Study undertaken at MRC-CBU, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, 2007
Subject: How personality modulates ERP response to facial expressions in healthy subjects

Anna Wilkinson, University of York
Study undertaken at Duke University, Durham, 2007
Subject: Investigating numerosity in lemurs

Pascale Engel, University of York
Study undertaken at University of São Paulo State, Brazil, 2007
Subject: Are working memory measures free of socio-economic influences? Evidence from children from different socio-economical backgrounds

Sandra Quinn, University of Stirling
Study undertaken at Cornell University, USA, 2007
Subject: The effect of interval size on the optimal tempo for pieces of music

Evelyn Mohr, University of Durham
Study undertaken at Centre for Medical Rehabilitation, Oeninger Weg, Germany, 2007
Subject: How does colour information influence the naming process in aphasic patients suffering from anomia

Kinga Morsanyi, University of Plymouth
Study undertaken at University of California, Los Angeles, 2007
Subject: The development of analogical reasoning in autistic children

Lee Howard de-wit, University of Durham
Study undertaken at University College London, 2007
Subject: Can fMRI pattern classification techniques be used to decode which areas of the brain see the hollow face illusion?

Alessandro Grecucci, International School for Advanced Studies, Italy
Study undertaken at Birmingham University, 2007
Subject: Influence of working memory on visual selection in the content of cross modal emotion stimuli.

Cristinia Green Heredia, University of Malaga, Spain
Study undertaken at Neuroscience and Apashia Research Unit, Manchester University, 2007
Subject: The use of TMS in simulating aphasia.

Eva Marinus, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Study undertaken at University of Oxford
Subject: A cross linguistic study of sublexical effects on children’s reading.

Michael Smith, University of Western Australia
Study undertaken at Northumbria University, 2008
Subject: An event-related potential investigation of the ‘recollection’ and ‘familiarity’ components of recognition memory subsequent to glucose ingestion.

Yuanyuan Zhao, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at Dalhousie University, 2008
Subject: Luminance effects of cues on inhibition of return: Sensitivity as a function of response time

Lisa Henderson, University of York
Study undertaken at University of Pittsburgh, USA, 2008
Subject: Using event-related potentials to study language comprehension processes in children

Aiden Horner, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Study undertaken at Stanford University, 2008
Subject: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and repetition priming

Mark Hurlstone, University of York
Study undertaken at University of Bristol, 2008
Subject: Modelling fill-in and in-fill errors: Constraints for theories of order memory

Michal Pinhas, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Study undertaken at University of Dundee, 2008
Subject: Spatial biases in symbolic arithmetic

Josephine Haddon, Cardiff University
Study undertaken at University of Bristol, 2008
Subject: Electrophysiological recordings of prefrontal-hippocampal interactions

Amy Mulroue, University of Edinburgh
Study undertaken at INSERM, France, 2009
Subject: Online control of aiming movements in Optic Ataxia

Tracey Ann Brandwood, Cardiff University
Study undertaken at University Medical Centre, Gronigen, 2009
Subject: Walking trajectory problems in patients wiith unilateral visual neglect: Investigating possible causes and prevention techniques

Elena Florit, University of Padua, Italy
Study undertaken at University of Lancaster, 2009
Subject: A cross-linguistic research project investigating the relations between word reading, reading comprehension and listening comprehension in English and Italian during the early stages of reading acquisition

Helen Williams, University of Leeds
Study undertaken at Abo Akademi University, Finland, 2009
Subject: Linking metacognitive predictions and recollective experience using neuroimaging techniques

Victoria Wright, University of Swansea
Study undertaken at Bar-Ilan University, Israel, 2009
Subject: Word length effects in the left and right cerebral hemispheres of readers of pointed and unpointed Hebrew

Lucia Alba Ferrera, University of Durham
Study undertaken at Washington University, USA, 2009
Subject: Training in diffusion tensor imaging and functional connectivity in the resting brain

Luciano Buratto, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, 2009
Subject: The neural bases of implicit and explicit memory: an fMRI study

Kumiko Fukumua, University of Dundee
Study undertaken at University of Turku, Finland, 2009
Subject: Effects of gender in a non-gender marking language

Sarah Smith, University of Leeds
Study undertaken at University of Leige, Belgium, 2009
Subject: Neuroimaging and subjective states of awareness in neuropsychological populations

Kristof Kovacs, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009
Subject: Methodological aspects of the study o group differences in intelligence

Nikole Patson, University of Pittsburgh
Study undertaken at University of Glasgow, 2009
Subject: The role of verbs in the focus of complex reference objects

Elizabeth Schotter, University of California, San Diego
Study undertaken at University of Southampton, 2009
Subject: Binocular coordination of eye movements during reading

Olga Zubko, University of Kent, Canterbury
Study undertaken at Harvard Medical School, 2009
Subject: Rehabilitation of hemi-spatial neglect and prosopagnosia

Letizia Palumbo, University of Hull
Study undertaken at University of Parma, Italy, 2009
Subject: EMG recordings during observation of dynamic facial expressions and behavioural investigations on emotional facial judgement in Moebius patients

Zhenguang Cai, University of Edinburgh
Study undertaken at South China Normal University, 2010
Subject: Structural priming as a predictor of second language proficiency

Elisabeth Blagrove, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at University of British Columbia, 2010
Subject: Attention deployment to faces in the real world: Do different displays of facial affect attract differential processing?

Mariko Kikutani, University of Essex
Study undertaken at Kobe University, Japan, 2010
Subject: What does categorical perception of facial expressions reveal about cultural differences in emotion recognition between speakers of English and Japanese?

Duncan Astle, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at Yale University, USA, 2010
Subject: Object substitution masking: What is the fate of substituted items and can this fate be changed by the allocation of spatial attention?

Alexandra Dylman, University of Essex
Study undertaken at Keio University, Japan, 2010
Subject: Picture-word interference effects in Japanese

Lauren Marsh, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at Max Planck Institute, Germany, 2010
Subject: Anticipation of irrational action

Christopher Olivola, University College London
Study undertaken at University of Delhi, India, 2010
Subject: From fundamental psychological principles to the value of human life-years

Taiji Ueno, University of Manchester
Study undertaken at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, 2010
Subject: Computational modelling of Japanese pitch accent processing

Helen Brown, University of York
Study undertaken at University of Rochester, UK, 2011
Subject: Using eye-tracking to investigate the integration of novel words into long-term lexical memory

Matthew Haigh, University of Manchester
Study undertaken at University of Edinburgh, UK, 2011
Subject: Conditional inducements and advice: Readers’ online sensitivity to control and utility

Richard Ramsey, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2011
Subject: Dancing the robot vs. doing the twist: How the brain perceives human-like and robotic movement styles

Bernhard Angele, University of California
Study undertaken at The University of Southampton, UK, 2012
Subject: Investigate how readers adapt to changes in binocular disparity

Mark Atkinson, University of Essex
Study undertaken at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2012
Subject: Eye tracking procedures for use in studies of social inhibition of return

Angela Attwood, University of Bristol
Study undertaken at The University of Verona, Italy, 2012
Subject: Study of animal model of nicotine dependance

Louise Beattie University of Glasgow
Study undertaken at The University of Kent, UK, 2012
Subject: Measurements of socio-emotional difficulties in insomnia

Tom Bullock, University of Sheffield
Study undertaken at The University of California, USA, 2012
Subject: Percpetual load and task-irrelevant processing in the primary visual cortex during the attentional blink

Hannah Pimperton, University of Southampton
Study undertaken at The University of Iowa, USA, 2012
Subject: Language learning of children with cochlear implants

Laura Vullier, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at The University of Sydney, Australia, 2012
Subject: Understanding brain filtering processes in patients with bipolar disorder

Jenny Daggett, University of St Andrews
Study undertaken at The University of London, UK, 2012
Subject: Development and implementation of a set-shifting task for Zebrafish

Amy Reichelt, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at The University of New South Wales, Australia, 2012
Subject: Reconsolidation of specific drug and alcohol memories

Joana Lourenco, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at The University Washington, USA, 2012
Subject: Prospective memory

Rebecca Frost, Lancaster University
Study undertaken at The University of Arizona, USA, 2013
Subject: Research in child cognition

Brittany Marie Christian, The University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at Dartmouth College, 2013
Subject: When, where and how: The neural basis of action-oriented imagery

Michael Forster, University of Vienna
Study undertaken at University of York, 2013
Subject: Processing fluency and self-control

Emmanouil Konstantinidis, University College London
Study undertaken at The University of Indiana, USA, 2013
Subject: Cognitive modeling of experience-based decision-making

Elizabeth Shephard, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at The University of Mannheim, Germany, 2013
Subject: Neurofeedback training as an intervention for ADHD symptoms

Markus van Ackeren, University of York
Study undertaken at The University of Hamburg, Germany, 2013
Subject: Oscillatory dynamics during multimodal binding in memory: An MEG study

Adam Sandford, University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at University of Kent, 2013
Subject:  Examining factors that influence observer inconsistency in fact matching tasks

Alex Clarke, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at University of California 2013
Subject: Neural oscillatory patterns underlying object recognition

Robin Litt, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Salzburg 2013
Subject:   Investigating atypical activation of the visual word form area (VWFA) in dyslexia: an artificial orthography paradigm

Victoria McGowan, University of Leicester
Study undertaken at Tianjin Normal University, China 2013
Subject: The eye movements of young and older Chinese adults when reading spaced and unspaced text

Marie Montefinese, University G.D’Annunzio, Italy
Study undertaken at University of York, November 2013
Subject: An investigation on the semantic control processes

Justyna Sobczak, University of York
Study undertaken at University of Tübingen, February 2014
Subject: Auditory stimulation of sleep slow oscillations

Melanie Wulff, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at University of Queensland, 2014
Subject: Effects of paired-object affordance on the action observation network

Christina Ralph-Nearman, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at University of Tübingen, May 2014
Subject: Differences in amygdala activation in response to the presentation of words of varying salience or relevance using fMRI

Awel Vaughan-Evans, Prifysgol Bangor University
Study undertaken at University of Southampton, May 2014
Subject: The effect of letter migration between two parafoveal words on sentence reading

Yi-Shin Lin, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at University of Newcastle, Australia, July 2014
Subject: The integration of computational and psychophysical approaches on visual decision making

Philippa Howard, University of Southampton
Study undertaken at Queen’s University Ontario, Canada, August 2014
Subject: Can eye movements reveal whether social presence versus social content mediates the ease of the WOW (“which one’s weird”?) decision in participants with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Federica Degno, University of Southampton
Study undertaken at Macquarie University, Australia, August 2014
Subject: Investigating the neural signatures of parafoveal previews during face processing

Francina Clayton, University College London
Study undertaken at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, San Francisco, August 2014
Subject: Identifying neurobiological patterns predicted by children’s reading-related behaviour: How does functional magnetic resting state activation relate to children’s growth in reading-related measures?

Victoria Leong, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at MARCS Institute, University of New South Wales, Australia, September 2014
Subject: Assessment of speech and language development in infants

Lauren Hadley, University of Edinburgh
Study undertaken at MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney, Australia, October 2014
Subject: PhD Psychology: Processing in Music and Language

Silviya Doneva, University of Essex
Study undertaken Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, October 2014
Subject: The processing of action and perception in joint-action effects

Geoffrey Megardon, Cardiff University
Study undertaken at CNS, Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada, November 2014
Subject: Neurophysiology and modelling of the Superior Colliculus

Alejandro Hidalgo, University of Kent
Study undertaken at Institute for Psychology, University of Jena, Germany, January 2015
Subject: The neural basis of enfacement

Robin Kramer, University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at University of Padova, Italy, February 2015
Subject: How dogs recognise human faces despite within-person variability

Benny Ogidan, University of Kent
Study undertaken at Open University in Scotland, February 2015
Subject: Training with featural facial composite system

Hana D’Souza, Goldsmiths University of London
Study undertaken at Developmental Neuromotor Control Laboratory, University of Michigan, March 2015
Subject: Specialization of the motor system in infancy: An fNIRS study

Zorana Zupan, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at, University of Oxford, March 2015
Subject: The role of visual short-term memory in development of attentional control

Indu Dubey, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at University of Cologne, April 2015
Subject: Neurobiological correlates of social-seeking behaviour

Saz Ahmed, Royal Holloway University of London
Study undertaken at Harvard University, June 2015
Subject: The development of temporal distancing as an emotion regulation strategy across adolescence

Rachael Morris,  University of Kent
Study undertaken at Boston Attention and Learning Lab, June 2015
Subject: Investigating the mechanisms underlying neglect and neglect recovery

Kuppuraj Sengottuvel, Dept of ENT, RIMS, Imphal, Manipur
Study undertaken at University of Oxford, July 2015
Subject: Development of child friendly sequence learning assessment tasks

William Bowditch, University of Exeter
Study undertaken at University of Sydney, Australia, August 2015
Subject: The role of associative learning in inhibitory control training

Kathleen Kang, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, Germany, August 2015
Subject: An ERP study on facial processing during a matching and mentalizing task

Roberta Clanton, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at VU University, Amsterdam, September 2015
Subject: Psychophysiological correlates of empathic responsiveness in children with Conduct Disorder and callous-unemotional traits

Rebecca Griggs, University of Bristol
Study undertaken at University of British Columbia, Canada, September 2015
Subject: Influence of gambling on ad libitum alcohol consumption

Melissa Colloff, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at University of California, San Diego, USA, October 2015
Subject: Master signal detection theory and its application to the eyewitness domain

Amy Holloway, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at University of Bristol, January 2016
Subject: Neural modulation of spatial learning in large scale search

Catherine Manning, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at Stanford University, January 2016
Subject: Neural correlates of visual processing in autism ad ADHD

Kristy Themelis, University of Nottingham
Study undertaken at University of South Australia, Adelaide, March 2016
Subject: Modulating body representation and pain using multisensory illusions

Andria Shimi, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of Edinburgh, April 2016
Subject: What generates long-term learning? Examining the role of feature binding mechanism in visual short-term memory

Blair Armstrong, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language
Study undertaken at University of Exeter, May 2016
Subject: Is generalization from newly learned words due to incremental exposure or consolidation? Coordinated modelling and behavioural studies

Georgia-Aristi Floridou, Goldsmiths University of London
Study undertaken at Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, May 2016
Subject: Music perception and imagery as media for investigating movement rehabilitation

Brian O’Shea, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at University of Florida, New York University and Harvard University, May 2016
Subject: Comparing the predictive validity of the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and the Simple Implicit Procedure (SIP)

Georgina Aisbitt, University of Oxford
Study undertaken at University of New South Wales, Australia, June 2016
Subject: Information processing and psychopathy: Effects of attention on impulsivity

Yvette Kezilas, Macquarie University, University of Melbourne
Study undertaken at University of Oxford, June 2016
Subject: Orthographic neighbourhood effects in developing readers

Luca Rinaldi, University of Pavia
Study undertaken at Birkbeck University of London, June 2016
Subject: A view from the top of the cascade: Sensorimotor processing constrains order abilities over developmental time

Faisal Mushtaq, University of Leeds
Study undertaken at Berkeley, University of California, July 2016
Subject: Cognitive strategies and motor learning in minimally invasive surgery

Matthew Fysh, University of Kent
Study undertaken at University of New South Wales, Summer 2016
Subject: Passport officers’ performance in a realistic face matching task

Daniel Redhead, University of Essex
Study undertaken at University of Illinois, September 2016
Subject: The dual model of social hierarchy

Samantha Gregory, University of Aberdeen
Study undertaken at University College London, September 2016
Subject: An investigation into the influence of real vs fake smiles on mimicry

Ed Berry, University of Leeds
Study undertaken at University of Edinburgh, October 2016
Subject: Techniques for investigating different theoretical accounts of visual working memory in adults

Abby Laishley, Bournemouth University
Study undertaken at University of Turku, October 2016
Subject: Syllables as sub word units in a word copying task

Alice Rees, Cardiff University
Study undertaken at Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, November 2016
Subject: Eye tracking the comprehension of implicit communication

Greta Vilidaite, University of York
Study undertaken at Stanford University, December 2016
Subject: Abnormal visual responses in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Arthur Kary, UNSW Australia
Study undertaken at University of Warwick, January 2017
Subject: Can an angry columnist change a political party? An agent based model of the role of ideologues in political polarization

Lydia Vinals-Castonguay, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at Montreal Neurological Institute/McGill University, January 2017
Subject: Examining the functional networks underlying morphological learning

Ágoston Török, Eötvös Loránd University
Study undertaken at Royal Holloway University of London, February 2017
Subject: Twisted gravity: Assessing visuo-vestibular cues integration for the perception of gravity

Lisa Quadt, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Study undertaken at Royal Holloway University of London, February 2017
Subject: Becoming you: Facial mimicry after blurring the boundaries between self and other

Daniele Romano, University of Milano-Biocca
Study undertaken at Birkbeck University of London, February 2017
Subject: The standard posture in tactile processing

Min Li, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at Durham University, May 2017
Subject: PhD Psychology

Callum Mole, University of Leeds
University of Nantes, France, May 2017
Subject: Modelling the role of road edges and gaze in steering control

Gabriel Jarjat, University of Savoie Mont-Blanc / University of Grenoble-Alpes
Study undertaken at University of Essex, June 2017
Subject: The influence of working memory mechanisms on episodic memory: an ageing perspective

Clarisse Aichelburg, University College London
Study undertaken at Harvard University, July 2017
Subject: Bridging the gap between prospection and prospective memory

Piero Amodio, University of Cambridge
Study undertaken at Stazione Zoologica, Napoli, Italy
Subject: Tool use and its causal underpinnings in the common octopus, Octopus vulgaris

Marty Fiati, Anglia Ruskin University
Study undertaken at Bournemouth University
Subject: An fMRI investigation into the retrieval of multisensory episodic contexts

Paul Forbes, University College London
Study undertaken at Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich
Subject: Validation of a non-invasive motion tracking system for use in autism diagnostic interviews

Radka Jersakova, University of Leeds
Study undertaken at University of St Andrews
Subject: Multivariate fMRI data analysis of episodic oddity judgements

Eva Poort, University College London
Study Undertaken at University of Ghent, Belgium
Subject: Cross-language recent experience with cognates and interlingual homographs: An eye-tracking study

Daniel Brady, Birkbeck University of London
Study undertaken at University of Western Australia
Subject: Examining differences in neural activity in individuals with motor difficulties

Julia Wolska, University of Birmingham
Study undertaken at Brown University, USA
Subject: PhD Psychology

Amelia Aldrich, University of Essex
Study undertaken at Newcastle University
Subject: Age-related variation in colour perception

Emily Hird, University of Manchester
Study undertaken at Karolinska Insititute Sweden
Subject: Modelling the role of motivational vigour and dopamine in reinforcement learning

Colin Palmer, University of New South Wales
Study undertaken at University College London
Subject: Testing computational theories of autism spectrum disorder in the social domain

Martin Vasilev, Bournemouth University
Study undertaken at Chinese Academy of Sciences
Subject: Auditory distraction during reading in Mandarin Chinese: An eye-tracking study

Chloe Lane, University of Sheffield
Study undertaken at University of Amsterdam
Subject: Using network analysis to explore autistic traits in Sotos syndrome

Lian van Berkel-van Hoof, Radboud University
Study undertaken at University College London
Subject: Iconicity in language learning

Jianqiao Zhu, University of Warwick
Study undertaken at Harvard University
Subject: Mental sampling for Bayesian brains