The Cognitive Psychology Research Group in the Department of Psychology at Middlesex University researches lower- and higher-level cognition, as well as basic and applied topics. For example, we study attention, explicit and implicit memory, mental imagery, learning, language, emotional influences on cognition, and human decision-making.
Our research employs a range of methods, such as cognitive neuroscience, psychophysics, psychometrics and modelling. We have used some of our work to solve problems in the clinical domain and criminal justice system.
The Cognitive Psychology Research Group meets regularly to:
Cognitive Psychology researchers at Middlesex have considerable resources available to them, including:
If you are interested in conducting a PhD or gain research experience in Cognitive Psychology at Middlesex, then please contact a member whose work interests you, or contact via Prof Dhami.
If you wish to participate in any of our ongoing or upcoming research then please contact Prof Dhami or a member of staff directly.