My research interests revolve around the field of Cognitive Neuroscience with focus on decision-making. My current work within the field focuses on the use of brain imaging methods (EEG/fMRI) for investigating the temporal and spatial correlates of adult dyslexics’ legal lexical decision-making related to every day purchase situations. Throughout my undergraduate studies I have focused on the decision-making of adults with dyslexia in the context of grocery shopping, before acquiring deeper knowledge about the specific temporal basis of this group’s visual legal lexical decision-making related to different font styles during my master studies.
Office: 519 Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Tel: 0141 330 7595
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