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Adam Parker

Postdoctoral Research Associate

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Professor Dorothy Bishop's lab and part of the OSCCI team. 

My postdoctoral research covers a diverse range of topics. These include language learning and comprehension in children, statistical reasoning in adults, and language lateralisation. 

Prior to joining Oxford in 2019, I studied at Bournemouth University with Tim Slattery and Julie Kirkby. My doctoral studies used eye-tracking technology as a tool to examine oculomotor control and language processing during reading in both adults and children.

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