Two of the Word Lab PhD students presented their research at this year’s UCL PPG Cumberland Lodge Conference, which took place 18-19th April.
Eva Poort gave a talk entitled ‘Does the cognate facilitation effect depend on stimulus list composition?’.
Rachael Hulme presented a poster entitled ‘How easily can we learn new meanings for known words from stories?’ – A pdf of the poster can be downloaded HERE.
We are pleased to announce that Rachael was named the runner up in the poster competition and was awarded the Cecily de Monchaux Research Prize. Congratulations, Rachael!