Senior Lecturer in psychology, Keele University

I joined Keele as a Lecturer in July 2010. Prior to this, I completed my BSc, MSc, and PhD at Bangor University in North Wales. I am an experimental cognitive psychologist, interested in cognitive control processes—that is, the mechanisms that enable the human mind to control itself.
Please visit my personal website to find out more about my research program, and email me if you are interested in getting involved; I am keen to hear from keen students wishing to pursue graduate studies (MSc, PhD) in my lab.

My research interests are centred on three main topics: (1) cognitive control during task switching; (2) application & development of cognitive models; and (3) issues surrounding replication in psychological science.


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    Senior Lecturer in psychology, Keele University