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Louise O'Regan

PhD Student, Faculty of Science

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Biography

I received my BSc Psychology from Maynooth University, graduating with First Class Honours in 2014. I also hold an MSc Clinical Neuropsychology from Bangor University (2015) where I graduated with a distinction. My PhD research will focus on typical and atypical patterns of lateralisation of various cognitive functions between the left and right cerebral hemispheres, and how cognitive processes vary between individuals of typical and atypical cerebral dominance patterns. My research is supervised by Dr. Deborah Serrien and Dr. Alastair Smith and is funded by the BIAL Foundation and the School of Psychology at UoN. Previous research projects include: - Can ERPs predict language lateralisation in individual people? - Training a synaesthetic effect in non-synaesthetes through reading in coloured text - The neural correlates of relational learning: an interdisciplinary study

Recent Publications

  • LOUISE M. O'REGAN, FRANCESCA R. FARINA, IAN HUSSEY and RICHARD A. P. ROCHE, 2015. Event-related brain potentials reveal correlates of the transformation of stimulus functions through derived relations in healthy humans. Brain Research. 1599, 168-177
  • LOUISE M. O'REGAN, FRANCESCA R. FARINA, IAN HUSSEY and RICHARD A. P. ROCHE, 2015. Event-related brain potentials reveal correlates of the transformation of stimulus functions through derived relations in healthy humans. Brain Research. 1599, 168-177

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