Sleep, dreaming and memory consolidation
Although my role here in York is presently teaching focussed my previous research broadly relates to how sleep can influence the mind. This includes the role sleep has in consolidating memories, such as the integration of new information with pre-existing memory, children’s vocabulary acquisition, and the promotion of emotional memories. I have also recently been part of a research team investigating the so-called ‘dream-lag’ effect, a phenomenon where daily events re-emerge in dream reports 5-7 days after they have occurred.
- Sleep Language and Memory Lab (York),
- Swansea University Sleep Lab (SUSL).
- The John Lennon Memorial Scholarship (The University of Liverpool)
- The George Butterworth Prize for Academic Attainment (The University of Stirling)
- Prof. Gareth Gaskell (The University of York).
- Prof. Mark Blagrove (Swansea University).
- Dr. Faye Smith (Newcastle University).
- Dr. Lisa Henderson (The University of York).
- Dr. Elaine van Rijn (Duke-NUS).
- Dr. Josie Malinowski (University of East London).
- Dr. Meesha Warmington (University of Sheffield).
- Dr. Anna Weighall (University of Leeds).
- Dr. Chris Edwards (Swansea University).