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Marlene Spangenberg

BSc, MSc

Oxford BabyLab (Plunkett Lab)

Research Summary

Research Summary

My research focuses on spoken-word recognition in infants and adults.

I aim to investigate how hearing a word may draw listeners' attention to images of phonologically related objects.

For this purpose, I will be using eye tracking and ERP techniques.



2011-2014 Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Cognitive Neurosciene, University of Leicester, UK

2014-2015 Master of Science in Psychology (Specialisation: Cognitive Neurosciene), Maastricht University, Netherlands

since 2015 Doctoral Student at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Supervisor: Kim Plunkett

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