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The department's very own Professor Gaia Scerif will give the Twenty third EPS Prize Lecture at this summer's meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society held at St. Anne's college in Oxford. The meeting is held jointly with the Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology (SEPEX).

Gaia's lecture is entitled "Beyond the attentional homunculus: Attention and memory over developmental time".  She joins a disinguished list of Psychologists who have given lectures in the past, including EP's Kate Nation and Charles Spence.  Congraulations Gaia!