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    • United Kingdom

    20192019

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    General

    I am a Research Fellow in Psychology investigating the relationship between reading and vocabulary learning. I joined Aston University in 2018, prior to this I completed my PhD in Experimental Psychology at University College London (2014-2018) under the supervision of Dr Jenni Rodd. I previously completed my MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of York (2013-2014), and my MA in Psychology and French at the University of Glasgow (2007-2012).

    Research Interests

    I am interested in how we learn new vocabulary through reading, and the different factors that can affect this process.

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD, University College London

    20142018

    Award Date: 28 Nov 2018

    MSc, University of York

    20132014

    Award Date: 30 Aug 2014

    MA, University of Glasgow

    20072012

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2012

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    Research Output

    Incidental Learning and Long‐Term Retention of New Word Meanings From Stories: The Effect of Number of Exposures

    Hulme, R., Barsky, D. & Rodd, J., 1 Mar 2019, In : Language Learning. 69, 1, p. 18-43 26 p.

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