Make or break it: Boundary conditions for integrating multiple elements in episodic memory

Binding across seperately encoded event elements is constrained by stimulus modality.

When the wabon flew to the intergalatic zoo: Accessing prior lexical knowledge in explicit and incidental word learning

Guest speaker at the *Language, Learning, & Cognition Lab* meeting, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Learn, Sleep, Recall, Repeat

Talk for Memrise's *MemTalks* series on the benefits of sleep for language learning.

Sleep-associated consolidation in app-based language learning

We test whether sleep-associated memory benefits are observable in naturalistic language learning.

Sleep-associated consolidation in app-based language learning

Virtual poster presentation at the upcoming Cognitive Science Society meeting.

A (half) marathon not a sprint: Preparing to conduct multi-session memory studies online

Talk at the BeOnline meeting for conducting behavioural studies online.

Understanding memory processes across development

2019: Postdoctoral research with Dr Aidan Horner

Sleep‐dependent consolidation in children with comprehension and vocabulary weaknesses: it’ll be alright on the night?

We present new evidence that poor comprehenders’ encoding difficulties extend beyond word meanings and into the phonological domain; but that consolidation mechanisms remain intact.

From ZZZs to AAAs: Why Sleep Is an Important Part of Your Study Schedule

Science for kids, edited by kids. Part of the collection *Everything you and your teachers need to know about the learning brain.*

Consolidating new words from repetitive versus multiple stories: Prior knowledge matters

For different stories, vocabulary enhanced consolidation of explicit knowledge. For repetitive stories, vocabulary had no positive impact on explicit learning.