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The department is pleased to report some new grant success and fellowship awards...

Kim Plunkett, in conjunction with colleagues at Plymouth University, has won an ESRC grant on “Lexicon development in bilingual toddlers". The total award is £660,000 with £72,043 coming to Oxford.

Chris Summerfield has been awarded an NIH grant in collaboration with colleagues at Duke University. This is on "Expectation and Attention in Visual Cognition".  The total award is for $1,028,884 over 4 years, and the Oxford portion is $400K.

Magda Chechlacz has been awarded a British Academy Fellowship for 3 years from 1 October 2013 on ‘Individual differences in human visuospatial attention: From structure to function and clinical consequence’.