I am a research assistant in Professor Dorothy Bishop's lab, researching language lateralisation as part of the Consortium on Language Asymmetry (COLA).
Prior to joining Oxford, I studied at Bangor University with Manon Jones. My PhD research used combined ERPs and pupillometry to examine how stylistic elements of text modulate semantic and attentional processes in typical and poor readers.
The role of orthographic neighbourhood effects in lateralized lexical decision: A replication study and meta-analysis.
Parker AJ. et al, (2021), PeerJ, 9, e11266 - e11266
How alliteration enhances conceptual–attentional interactions in reading
Egan C. et al, (2020), Cortex, 124, 111 - 118
The Phonological Mapping Negativity: History, Inconsistency, and Future Direction.
Lewendon J. et al, (2020), Front Psychol, 11
Bilinguals apply language-specific grain sizes during sentence reading
Egan C. et al, (2019), Cognition, 193, 104018 - 104018