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Professor Philip Beaman – University of Reading

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Professor Philip Beaman

Name:
Professor Philip Beaman
Job Title:
Professor
Philip Beaman

Contact

Responsibilities

School Exams Officer

Areas of Interest

I am interested in short-term and working memory and the role of memory in decision-making and higher-level cognition, studied using a combination of experimental and cognitive modelling techniques. Other interests include the cognitive neuroscience of auditory distraction and both theoretical and applied issues concerning how automatic - often non-conscious - processes interact with conscious, intentional cognition and meta-cognition to produce behaviour. Recent theoretical work has been funded by the ESRC and Leverhulme Trust, and recent applied work by EPSRC and industry. I am also known for my work on musical imagery and earworms: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05stkrt

Research groups / Centres

Perception, Cognition & Nutrition

Teaching

Undergraduate: Memory, Problem-Solving; Postgraduate: Behavioural Finance, Cognitive Modelling

Qualifications

BA Psychology, MSc Cognitive Science, PhD Psychology, Wales

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