Dr Christopher Berry
Lecturer in Psychology
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)
Teaching Fellow, University College London
ESRC Research Fellow, University College London
PhD Psychology, University College London
BSc (Hons) Psychology, University College London
Member of the Experimental Psychology Society (EPS)
Main areas: memory, research methods, and statistics.
- Learning (PSYC411)
- Current topics in Psychology B: Memory and Awareness (PSYC404)
- Personal and Professional Development (PSYC750) (Module Leader)
- Data Fluency (PSYC753)
- Advanced Psychology Research Project (PSYC781) (Module Leader)
2016 Nominated for the award of Outstanding Personal Tutor, SSTAR Awards, University of Plymouth.
2014 Nominated for the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice Award of Excellence, University of Plymouth.
Implicit memory; attention and memory; signal detection models of memory; the relation between repetition priming, recognition memory, and source memory; deception; computational modelling.
Grants & contracts
ESRC Research Grant (2016 - 2020). Modelling explicit and implicit memory: linking priming, recognition, and source memory. Principal Investigator, fEC £337,292.
ESRC Research Fellowship (Dec 2007 - Jan 2011). Testing formal single- and dual-system models of recognition, priming and fluency. Principal Investigator, £226,607. (Fellowship mentor: Prof. D. Shanks; Collaborator: Prof R. Henson.)
Wellcome Trust Value in People Award (Jan 2011 - April 2011). £5,106.
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