DPhil Seminar: Sean McCarron (Language & Cognitive Development); Gwenllian Williams (Brain & Cognition); Georgina Hobden (Translational Neuropsychology)
DPhil Seminar Series
Thursday, 08 June 2023, 12.15pm to 1.45pm
In the DPhil seminar series, PGR students present their research. It is a great opportunity to get to know other graduate students and to learn about the diversity of research topics in our department. Typically each session will be shared between 2-3 students at 20-30 minutes per talk.
This term, the seminars will be held weekly in person at the Seminar Room in New Radcliffe House from 12:15pm – 1:45pm.
The speakers on 8 June include:
Sean McCarron: A semantic fluency measure of L2 print exposure
Supervised by: Kate Nation/Victoria Murphy
Gwenllian Williams: Using temporal regularities to dynamically guide attention during visual search
Supervised by: Kia Nobre/Sage Boettcher
Georgie Hobden: Co-designing a cognitive care pathway for stroke
Supervised by: Nele Demeyere/Sarah Pendlebury/Sana Suri