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Brad Hudson

Research Assistant

I am a research assistant in Professor Dorothy Bishop's research group, working as part of the Consortium on Language Asymmetry (COLA). I am currently involved in a large-scale collaborative project investigating the brain basis of inconsistent language lateralisation.

Prior to joining Oxford in 2020, I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at Lancaster University. For my final year thesis, I worked with Dr Margriet Groen to investigate the relationship between text difficulty, topic interest, and mind wandering during reading. This work formed part of the Collaborative Replications and Education Project -- an initiative to support students' attempts to replicate highly-cited studies in the field.