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Congratulations to our Head of Department, Professor Kia Nobre, who has today been announced as the recipient of the ESCoP Broadbent Prize 2019.

The Broadbent Prize is awarded by the European Society for Cognitive Psychology every two years to a key figure in the cognitive psychology field. 

Professor Nobre will give the Broadbent lecture at the ESCoP 2019 Conference.

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