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Eleanor Luckcock | PhD student, Psychology Graduate Research Technician

eleanor luckcockEleanor has a BSc in Neuroscience and an MSc in Neuropsychology, where she was involved in research to determine the feasibility of using eye tracking as a post-stroke assessment tool. Her research interests are now in the psychology of language development, in particular the influence of multilingual language experience on word learning. She is especially interested in applying behavioural and electrophysiological methodologies to understand word learning in multilingual children and adults.

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Speciality areas

Psychology of language
Neuropsychology

Highest qualification and awarding body

MSc in Neuropsychology (Maastricht University)

UoRM programmes taught/supervised

BSc (Hons) Psychology:
Demonstrator for PY1PR Psychological Research and PY2RM Research Methods & Data Analysis

Research interests

Multilingual language acquisition and development
Attentional and linguistic impairment post stroke

Current projects

How does multilingual language experience influence vocabulary acquisition in an additional unfamiliar language?

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