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Professor Jane Riddoch

Fellow by Resolution in Experimental Psychology

My research focuses on cognitive neuropsychology; in particular, visual problems such as agnosia, optic aphasia, disorders of attention (such as neglect, extinction, and simultanagnosia), and cognitive disorders of action such as apraxia and action disorganisation syndrome. Problems such as these can be hugely disruptive to everyday life. I aim to try to understand the underlying mechanisms of these disorders so that rehabilitation can be directed more effectively.

For more information about Professor Riddoch’s research and recent publications, please refer to her departmental webpage, here.

Position
Fellow by Resolution in Experimental Psychology
Department
Academic - Fellows & Lecturers