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- Oxford BabyLab Research Group
Oxford BabyLab (Plunkett Lab)
My research focuses on categorisation as a main mechanism of semantic organization. I am particularly interested in the relationship between categorisation and fundamental cognitive processes such as learning and memory. I am conducting my research under the supervision of Professor Kim Plunkett and Dr Nadja Althaus.
In my research I will be using eye tracking and ERP techniques in order to compare infant and adult categorisation. I aim to address the question of whether the ability to categorize changes qualitatively during development or if one mechanism can account for the observed differences.
Balloons and bavoons versus spikes and shikes: ERPs reveal shared neural processes for shape-sound-meaning congruence in words, and shape-sound congruence in pseudowords.
Sučević J. et al, (2015), Brain Lang, 145-146, 11 - 22