Staff Profile:Dr. Holly Joseph

Name:
Dr Holly Joseph
Job Title:
Associate Professor
Responsibilities:

Institute of Education Responsibilities:

Teaching:

  • Child Development in Education (MA in Education).
  • MA and PhD dissertation supervision.
Areas of Interest:

Expertise and Research Interest:

  • Reading development and difficulties.
  • Eye movements during reading.
  • Incidental word learning during reading in children and adults.
  • Reading comprehension in children speak English as an Additional Language.
  • Psycholinguistics.
  • Cognitive psychology.
  • Developmental disorders (SLI, ASD, dyslexia, reading comprehension difficulties).

Masters Level Supervision offered in these areas:

  • Incidental word learning during reading.
  • Reading comprehension in typically developing children.

PhD and EdD Supervision offered in these areas:

  • Incidental word learning during reading.
  • Reading comprehension in typically developing children.
  • Eye movements during reading.

Current and Recent PhD Students, with Topics/Titles of their Research:

  • Maria Friedmannova (University of Oxford): Online inference-making during reading (completed).

Current and Recent Research Projects:

  • The role of context in incidental word learning during reading in children.
  • Discourse level processing in children with poor reading comprehension (with Kate Nation).
  • Online inference-making during reading in adolescents with ASD (with David Saldaña and Martina Micai).
  • Good enough processing in children (with Liz Wonnacott and Kate Nation).
Research groups / Centres:
  • Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism.
  • Language and Literacy in Education research group.
Publications:
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Conference Presentations:

  • Society of Scientific Studies of Reading, Hawaii, July, 2015:The role of contextual diversity in incidental word learning during reading: An eye movement study (Joseph, H. & Nation, K.).
  • Society of Scientific Studies of Reading, Santa Fe, July, 2014: Can children use context to override thematic implausibilities during reading? Evidence from eye movements (Joseph, H. & Nation, K.).
  • Developmental eye‐tracking research in reading, Hannover, October 2013 (Invited symposium): Is comprehension ability associated with online inference-making and strategy use in children? (Joseph, H., Wonnacott, E. & Nation, K.).
  • Joint Annual Conference of the BPS Developmental and Cognitive Sections, Reading, September 2013 (Invited symposium): Does comprehension ability predict online inference-making and strategy use in children? Evidence from eye movements (Joseph, H., Wonnacott, E. & Nation, K.).
  • Society of Scientific Studies of Reading, Hong Kong, July, 2013 (Invited symposium): Online inference-making in children with and without comprehension difficulties (Joseph, H., Wonnacott, E. & Nation, K.).
  • Society of Scientific Studies of Reading, Montreal, July, 2012: Children's resolution of anaphora during reading: Semantic typicality and distance effects (Joseph, H., Nation, K., Liversedge, S. & Wonnacott, E.).
  • 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, New York, March 2012: Is children's reading "good-enough"? Linking real-time processing and comprehension in children's reading (Wonnacott, E., Nation, K., & Joseph, H.).
  • Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Paris, September, 2011: Order of Acquisition in learning novel nonwords: A laboratory analogue of the AoA effect using eye-movements (Joseph, H., Forbes, P., Nation, K. & Wonnacott, E.).
  • European Conference for Eye Movements, Marseille, August, 2011: Differential effects of word frequency in adults and children during reading (Joseph, H., & Liversedge, S.).
  • European Conference for Eye Movements, Southampton, August, 2009: Landing position effects in children and adults during reading (Joseph, H.S.S.L., Blythe, H.I., White, S.J., Liversedge, S.P. & Rayner, K.).

Any Further Information:

Enterprise Activity, External Roles and Consultancy:

  • Review Editor: Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition).
  • Member: Experimental Psychology Society.
  • Voting member: Society for the Scientific Study of Reading.
  • Member: Forum for Research in Literacy and Language.
  • Member of ESRC Peer Review College.

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