Professor Jeremy Goslin
Deputy Head of School
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)
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Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
BEng (Hons) Information Technology (telecommunications, computing and microelectronics), upper second class, Staffordshire University, 1994.
MSc Speech and Language Processing, Essex University, 1995.
PhD (Computer Science), University of Sheffield, 2003.
Research Associate, Laboratory of Experimental Psycholinguistics, University of Geneva, 1998-2003.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Neurocognition Lab, Tufts University, 2004-2005.
RCUK Academic Fellowship, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, 2005-2010.
Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, 2010-Present.
My multidisciplinary approach to research explores both behaviour and cognitive neuroscience related to topics in language, economics, and trust. Although linked by common research methodologies and underlying assumptions, my current research can be separated into four main areas of activity:
· Neurocognitive investigation of reinforcement learning
· Electrophysiological study of tool use in Virtual Reality
· Implicit cues to trust in humans and robots
· Lexical development in bilingual toddlers
2015-2019, Marie-Curie ITN-ETN Network « SECURE », Safety enables cooperation in uncertain robotic environments, €560,000, Co-investigator.
2013-2016, ESRC grant, Lexical Development in Bilingual Toddlers, Floccia, £870k, Goslin, White, & Cattani
2010-2013, ESRC/ANR Bilateral grant, Representations of consonants and vowels in French and English from infancy to adulthood, £621,158, Floccia & Goslin (UK), Nazzi& New (France).
2009-2010, Phonological representations in bidialectal listeners, ESRC, £79,578, Floccia & Goslin.
2008-2009, British Academy, An electrophysiological investigation of syllable frequency effects in English spoken word recognition, £6346, Goslin.
2008-2009, British Council Alliance Project, The processing of consonants and vowels in French- and English-speaking children and adults, £3,640, Goslin & Floccia.
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