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  Dr Roland Baddeley
Post(s): Reader, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: My first degree was in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science from Sussex, and after various computer related jobs...
Keywords: animal communication | Bayesian modelling | computer models in psychology | statistics of natural images | eye movements | memory | forgetting | motor learning
 
  Dr Josie Briscoe
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: One line of research addresses the locus and range of memory-related deficits observed in children at risk of developmental...
Keywords: developmental disorders | language impairment | working memory | episodic memory | event memory | memory | children with communication deficits
 
  Professor Malcolm Brown
Post(s): Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience
Areas of expertise: My research focuses on the neural processes that lie behind memory and learning. I am particularly interested in the neural...
Keywords: neural processes | memory | learning | neural substrates | recognition memory | neuronal activity
 
  Professor Martin Hurcombe
Post(s): Professor of French Studies, Department of French
Areas of expertise: I am the author of 'Novelists in Conflict: Ideology and the Absurd in the French Combat Novel of the Great War' (Rodopi 2004)...
Keywords: French cultural representations of war | World War One | Spanish Civil War | totalitarianism | political commitment | memory | interwar fascism | interwar communism
 
  Dr Chris Kent
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: My general research interest is in perceptual cognition, with a special interest in the time course of cognition. More specifically,...
Keywords: mathematical modelling | categorisation | time course of cognition | memory | object recognition | absolute identification | inverse base-rate effect | encoding-retrieval interaction
 
  Professor Josie McLellan
Post(s): Professor of History, Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: I am currently completing a book entitled Love In The Time of Communism, which explores sexuality and everyday life in East...
Keywords: East Germany | GDR | memory | sexuality | everyday life | nudism | nude photography | erotica
 
  Professor Clea Warburton
Post(s): Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience
Areas of expertise: My research is currently focussed on the neural basis of recognition memory, our ability to recognise whether objects are...
Keywords: memory | recognition | recognition memory | episodic memory | objects | ability to learn | neurotransmitter systems