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Experimental Psychology DPhil student Margaret Moore has won the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Humphreys and Riddoch Prize in recognition of outstanding work in neuropsychology. Margaret was congratulated on winning the early career prize by BNS President Professor Roz McCarthy at the BNS Autumn Meeting, where she presented her research on neglect dyslexia.

Margaret is in her second year of her DPhil in the Translational Neuropsychology Lab with Professor Nele Demeyere.

The BNS is a society which builds on a relationship between clinical investigations of patients with neuropsychological impairments and cognitive neuroscience.

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