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Aine Ní Choisdealbha

Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher, Research Student

Aine Ní Choisdealbha

Fylde College

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YF

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 593138

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Research overview

I am undertaking a PhD project under the supervision of Dr Vincent Reid, exploring how infants' semantic knowledge of objects affects their ability to predict action outcomes.

Qualifications

M.Sc. in Neuroscience, Trinity College Dublin, 2011-2012, Distinction

Thesis title: An investigation of the effects of stimulus features on the temporal locus of selective attention in the cocktail party paradigm.

B.A. (Mod) in Psychology and English literature, Trinity College Dublin, 2007-2011, first class honour with gold medal

Final year project title: The effects of emotion on visual attention: An investigation of the role of perceptual load.

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