Dr Simone Lira Calabrich
Simone is a lecturer in the School of Psychology and Sport Science, as well as the marketing and recruitment lead for the Department of Psychology.
- MSc: Clinical Linguistics
University of Groningen, 2017–2019
- MA: Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics
King's College London, 2013–2015
- Other: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
University of Nebraska at Omaha, 2012–2013
- Modern Foreign Languages
Universidade Federal da Bahia, 2002–2007
Simone is currently the module organiser on two year 1 modules: Research Methods I and Scientific Writing and Communication II. She is also the Psychology Oral Presentation Practice Skills (POPPS) and Sport, Health and Exercise Oral Presentation Practice Skills (SHE-OPPS) coordinator.
Simone currently supervises undergraduate research projects investigating the broad topics of dyslexia, reading development, and eyewitness memory.
- PublishedNavigating the shift to remote teaching: Lessons learned from delivering remote language and literacy instruction
Jones, M., Evans-Jones, G., Downing, C., Elliott, R. & Lira Calabrich, S., 31 Jan 2022, Impact.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
- PublishedAudiovisual Learning in Dyslexic and Typical Adults: Modulating Influences of Location and Context Consistency
Lira Calabrich, S., Oppenheim, G. & Jones, M., 28 Oct 2021, In: Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences. 12, 15 p., 754610.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
- PublishedEpisodic memory cues in the acquisition of novel visual-phonological associations: a webcam-based eyetracking study
Lira Calabrich, S., Oppenheim, G. & Jones, M., 2021, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society . Vol. 43. p. 2719-2725
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › peer-review
- Visual-Phonological Binding in Typical Readers and Adults with Developmental Dyslexia: An Online Webcam-Based Eye Tracking Study.
14 Jul 2021Activity: Oral presentation (Speaker)
- Building an Engaging Child-Friendly Task for Remote Administration: Example of a Gamified Mouse-Tracking Task on Paired Associate Learning
29 Jun 2021
- Audiovisual learning differences in typical and dyslexic readers
20 May 2021
Links:Activity: Oral presentation (Invited speaker)
- Using Webcam-Based Eyetracking and Gorilla Experiment Builder in Cross-Modal Binding Research
25 Mar 2021
Links:Activity: Invited talk (Invited speaker)