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Miss Nora Andermane

Post:Research student (Psychology)
Email:na350@sussex.ac.uk
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Biography

In 2012 I graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc In Experimental Psychology.

After graduating I started working as a research assistant. I was a part of the Language Group at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol. I worked with Professor Jeffrey Bowers on a project exploring the nature of speech perception and phoneme representations.

I stayed in this role for more than two years and had the opportunity to work on a range of interesting projects exploring visual memory, visual word recognition (with Professor Colin Davis), and the relationship between olfaction and mood (with Dr Kit Pleydell-Pearce). 

In 2015 I started my PhD at the University of Sussex.

Role

I am a PhD student investigating the neural basis of individual differences in visual awareness. I am supervised by Professor Jamie Ward, Dr Jenny Bosten, and Professor Anil Seth.

Qualifications

2009 - 2012 BSc (Hons) in Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol, UK (1st)

Activities

Publications

Andermane, N., Bosten, J. M., Seth, A. K., Ward, J. (in prep). Individual Differences in the Tendency To See the Expected.

Andermane, N., Bosten, J. M., Seth, A. K., Ward, J. (submitted). Individual Differences in Change Blindness Are Predicted By the Strength and Stability of Visual Representations. Neuroscience of Consciousness.

Bowers, J. S., Kazanina, N., & Andermane, N. (2016). Spoken word identification involves accessing position invariant phoneme representations. Journal of Memory and Language87, 71-83.

Andermane, N., & Bowers, J. S. (2015). Detailed and gist-like visual memories are forgotten at similar rates over the course of a week. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-6.

Conferences

Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) 22nd Annual Meeting. Krakow, Poland. Andermane, N., Bosten, J.M., Seth, A.K., Ward, J. (2018, June). Individual Differences in the Tendency To See the Expected (Poster).

Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) 21st Annual Meeting. Beijing, China. Andermane, N., Bosten, J.M., Seth, A.K., Ward, J. (2017, June). Individual Differences in Change Blindness Are Predicted by Top-Down Visual Stability Not Bottom-Up Visual Ability (Talk).

European Conference on Visual Perception. Barcelona, Spain.
Andermane, N., Bosten, J.M., Seth, A.K., Ward, J. (2016, August). Individual Differences in Change Blindness (Poster)

35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Berlin, Germany.
Andermane, N. & Bowers, J.S. (2013, August). How good is visual memory? (Poster)