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Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Bournemouth University

I came to Bournemouth University in November 2010. As a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology, my research interests fall within the fields of cognitive and developmental psychology, much of my work uses eye movement recording techniques to investigate a variety of aspects of visual and linguistic processing. The primary goal of my research is to increase our understanding of the causes and outcomes of neurodiverse conditions such as developmental dyslexia and Autism and I'm particularly interested in reading development.

My undergraduate and postgraduate teaching duties include lectures on developmental dyslexia, autism, language and cognitive development, as well as workshops on the use of eye movements to examine human cognition.


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    Senior lecturer, Bournemouth University