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Dr Ian Cunnings – University of Reading

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Dr Ian Cunnings

Name:
Dr Ian Cunnings
Job Title:
Lecturer in Psycholinguistics
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Responsibilities

 Teaching:

Grammar and Meaning 2, Language Processing (for SLT), Research Methods and Transferrable Skills

Qualifications:

PhD in Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics, University of Essex

MA in Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics, University of Essex

BA (Hons) in English Language, University of Sussex

 

Areas of Interest

Psycholinguistics, in particular sentence and discourse comprehension and morphological processing; Memory retrieval during language comprehension; First and second language acquisition; Multilingualism

Research Specialism:

My main research focus at the moment investigates the working memory operations that subserve successful language comprehension. Recent advances in our understanding of the memory encoding and retrieval mechanisms that support language processing have greatly increased our understanding of the difficulties that may be observed during language comprehension in different populations of speakers. Much of my work investigates these issues from the perspective of monolingual and bilingual language comprehension

Research groups / Centres

Language and Cognition

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Qualifications:
BA (Hons) in English Language, University of Sussex; MA in Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguisics, University of Essex; PhD in Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics, University of Essex.

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