If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in our lab, feel free to email at c.pliatsikas[at]reading.ac.uk, or use the contact form.
Vincent Deluca. 2015-present. Project: “Bilingualism Effects in Brain Structure and Language Processing: An (f)MRI methodology”
Toms Voits: 2017-present. Project: “The cognitive and neurological effects of bilingualism on healthy ageing and dementia”. Funded by a University of Reading Anniversary PhD studentship
Deena Husain Saleh Marshad Falah Alomari. Dissertation title: “Bilingualism advantage on inhibitory control in Arabic/English bilinguals as compared to English monolinguals in the Global-Local task”
Nanette Naude: “Bi-/Multilingualism and neurodegeneration: a comprehensive review”
Bethan Taylor & Rachel Willis: “The Cognitive Advantage of Bilingualism on Inhibition in the Global-Local Executive Function Task for Welsh-English and English Individuals.”
Abigail Morley: “The effects of bilingualism and socioeconomic status on perspective-taking abilities”.
Amy Clarke: “Using the NIH Toolbox to investigate cognition in Epilepsy: a case-control design”
Cheryl Shu Wern Gan: “An experiment on grammatical processing by native speakers of English”
Wafa Islam: “A longitudinal study on second language usage in immersed bilinguals”
Eleni Konstantopoulou. “Bilingualism: Its effects on brain structure and cognition”. Project funded by a Franklin Grant from the American Philosophical Society.
Candice Harry. “Comparing native English processing of inflection and derivation”
Jennifer Lau. “Investigating the differences between abstract, emotion, and action-related verbs: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study”
Elisavet Moschopoulou. “The effects of naturalistic exposure to a second language on the structure of the brain”