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Adam Parker

I joined UCL in 2021 as a Lecturer in Experimental Psychology. My research seeks to understand how humans process language.

Before joining UCL, I worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford. My postdoctoral role focused predominately on the consistency of brain lateralisation for language. Alongside my postdoctoral role, and during my PhD, I used eye-tracking technology to examine how properties of the text, such as line boundaries and sentential context, influence lexical processing in both adults and children.

My teaching responsibilities mainly focus on supporting the development of new ways of conducting undergraduate research projects. This includes designing processes for ensuring robust experimental design and group work, as well as encouraging open science practices.

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