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Sophie Harte

BSc (Hons), MSc

Research Assistant

I am a research assistant with the Consortium on Language Asymmetry (COLA) research group lead by Professor Dorothy Bishop. I am currently working on a large-scale collaborative project aimed at investigating the causes and correlates of language lateralisation in the brain. I am based at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience in London.  

I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology in Education from the University of York. I have also completed a MSc in Language Sciences (with a specialisation in Sign Language and Deaf Studies) at University College London. I have previously been employed in education and inpatient mental health settings, working with both d/Deaf and hearing children.