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I have completed both my BSc in Psychology (2010-2013) and MSc in Applied Neuropsychology (2014-2015) at the University of Bristol. Working with the North Bristol NHS Trust for my Masters Project I was awarded the Cheyne McCallum North Bristol NHS Trust Prize for Best Clinical Neuropsychology Project. The project was the starting point for my PhD research, outlined below. I started my PhD in 2016 funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) working within the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG).

PhD research summary:

Facial expressions are an important source of information about other people’s state of mind/emotions (Neumann et al., 2014), however brain injury patients have been shown to suffer from deficits in facial affect recognition (Babbage et al., 2011). Furthermore, anxiety has been associated with facial affect recognition difficulties (Demenescu et al., 2010). Using the Bristol Emotion Recognition Task (BERT; http://www.cambridgecognition.com/tests/emotion-recognition-task-ert) my PhD investigates facial affect recognition following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and consider the impact other factors, e.g. anxiety, may be having on task performance. The aim is to further understanding about underlying causes of facial affect recognition difficulties after TBI.


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