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Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, University of
York. An affiliate member of the CCCP - the Centre for Connectionist modelling
of Cognitive Processes, which he founded with Richard Shillcock. His principal
interests are in developmental and acquired disorders in language and
attentional processing. He uses connectionist models to investigate
inter-hemispheric and intra-hemispheric functioning. For a list of projects he
is engaged in see his Research
He is also interested in language acquisition - how much information is out there in the world. This involves corpus analyses on child-directed speech, and artificial language learning experiments.
He also conducts research into reasoning and representation. His PhD investigated individual differences in problem solving and representational use.
Words in puddles of sound
as author at Workshop on Machine Learning and Cognitive Science of Language Acquisition, London 2007,