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Dharani Keyan

Research Assistant

Supervisor: Scientia Professor Richard Bryant

Co-supervisor: Scientia Professor Fred Westbrook

Research Area: Physical exercsie, emotional memory processes

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Aleksandra Klimova

Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Dr. Jessica Lee

Postdoctoral Fellow

My research seeks to explain human learning and behavior. I am particularly interested in whether learning is better explained by "low-level" associative processes or "higher-order" reasoning processes.

I am currently working on a project with Prof. Peter Lovibond and Prof. Brett Hayes investigating the role of inductive reasoning in explaining generalization of associative learning. We conduct experiments using hypothetical causal judgment scenarios and fear conditioning paradigms in humans.

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Sonny Li

Research Associate

Supervisor: Prof. Marcus Taft

Research Area: Cognition; Lexical processing and Episodic Memory

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Dr Sophie H Li

Post-doctoral research associate and clinical psychologist

My current research investigates the role of ovarian hormones in the development and maintenance of anxiety and fatigue disorders in women.

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Dr Belinda Liddell

Neurobiological mechanisms of traumatic stress; cultural differences in emotion, attention and memory neural processes; refugee mental health; postconflict population mental health; neuroimaging and cognitive neuroscience; social and public health policy; translational neuroscience; human rights psychology

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Nura Lingawi

Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Dr David Luque Ruiz

Postdoctoral Research Associate

I am mostly interested in human associative learning and cognitive neuroscience. My experiments usually focus on cue competition phenomena, as blocking or interference between cues. These phenomena have been shown crucial in order to know how human learning works. Recently I started to combine classical measures of learning with other techniques (ERPs, dot-probe task) for a better understanding of the role of attention during associative learning.

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Dr Fiona Maccallum

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Research Areas: Grief, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety - cognitive processes and treatment, autobiographical memory in clinical disorders

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