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Dr Andrew Rutherford

Psychology

Tel: 01782 733382

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/andrewrutherford/

Specialist Areas: Psychology of memory, especially models of recall and recognition; neuropsychological consequences of football participation; Data analysis using general linear models.

Dr Jim Grange

Psychology

Tel: 01782 733389

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/jimgrange/

Specialist Areas: Attention; Executive Functioning; Memory; Computational Modelling; Scientific Reproducibility, Cognitive control during task switching.

Professor John Wearden

Psychology

Tel: 01782 733391

Mobile: 0772 535 2364

Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/otherstaff/johnwearden/

Specialist Areas: The perception of time; internal clocks; timing in animals, children, and the elderly; effects of arousal on time perception; time and memory; attention and timing

Dr Nicky Edelstyn

Psychology

Tel: 01782 734318

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/nicolaedelstyn/

Specialist Areas: Effects of thalamic lesions on cognitive function; pathologies of belief including the Capgras delusion and Cotard\'s delusion; nonmotor impairments in Parkinson\'s Disease (memory and executive dysfunction, cognitive underpinnings of visual hallucinations).

Dr Sue Sherman

Psychology

Tel: 01782 733384

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/suesherman/

Specialist Areas: False memory for words and brand names; how false memories can be distinguished from true memories. Visual word recognition. Patient-clinician communication in cervical cancer. Public understanding of HPV.

Dr Helen Williams

Psychology

Tel: 01782 733664

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/psychology/people/helenwilliams/

Specialist Areas: Recognition memory, memory, ageing, dementia, Alzheimer’s, healthy ageing, memory strength.