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Professor Richard Kemp

Professor & Director of Master of Psychology (Forensic) Program

Research Areas: Forensic and legal psychology. Eyewitness evidence, especially identification evidence. Policing and Police interviewing. Applied cognitive psychology and applied perception. Face perception.

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Professor Simon Killcross

Professor & Head of School

Research Areas: My main areas of interest concern brain mechanisms underlying learning and cognition. One focus of research is the neural substrates underlying executive function, particularly with reference to animal models of schizophrenia.

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Professor Eva R Kimonis


Research Areas: Developmental psychopathology; child clinical psychology; externalising and conduct problems; aggression and antisocial behaviour; violent offending; development, assessment and treatment of callous-unemotional traits and psychopathy.

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Dr Vincent Laurent

Senior Lecturer

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Decision Neuroscience Laboratory

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Professor Mike Le Pelley


Research Areas: Topics in cognitive psychology. In particular, I'm interested in interactions between associative learning and attention in healthy humans, and how these processes may be implicated in addiction and psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia.

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Professor Peter Lovibond


Research Areas: Topics in learning and experimental psychopathology, eg reasoning in associative learning, cognitive processes in anxiety, relationships between anxiety, depression and stress.

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Dr Damien J. Mannion

Senior Lecturer

Research areas: Visual perception; neuroimaging; visual cortex; psychophysics

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Associate Professor Kristy Martire

Associate Professor & Director Master of Psychology (Forensic) Program

Research Areas: Expert evidence in the criminal justice system; validation of forensic science techniques; effects of evidence expression format on decision-making and belief updating; understanding lay interpretations of legal concepts.

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Professor Skye McDonald


Research Areas: The nature of neuropsychological disorders following adult brain injury including acquired impairments of emotion, behaviour, language, memory and learning and executive functions. Issues related to clinical assessment and rehabilitation. Evidence based practice. Theoretical accounts of social cognition, emotion and communication processes in normal and brain-injured adults.

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Professor Gavan P. McNally


Our research is concerned with the fundamental psychological and brain mechanisms for learning and motivation, and how these apply to clinical conditions such as addictions, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. We are interested in identiyfing these mechanisms, at the cellular, circuit, and systems level. We are also interested in translating this fundamental information into next generation treatments of psychological conditions.

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