As a senior lecturer, Harry’s time is divided between research and teaching students how to think more clearly about theory and methods in psychology.
MA (cantab) Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge: 2002
PhD, Developmental Psychology, University of Bristol: 2007
Fast Stream Statistician, UK civil service: 2005-2007
Postdoctoral Fellow, Birkbeck College, University of London: 2007-2010
Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Education, UCL, University of London: 2010-2012
Lecturer, Kingston University: 2012-2014
Lecturer, University of Nottingham: 2014-2016
Harry’s research interests include cognitive development, developmental disorders, cognitive structure, language, lexico-semantics, metaphor, short-term memory, working memory, attention, route learning, computational modelling, methodology, neuropsychology, and philosophy of mind.
Examples of his current projects include:
- the role of semantic representation in verbal short-term memory
- contextual effects of humour comprehension in developmental disorders.
Sponsors and collaborators
Current grant: Building a foundation to develop an intervention to remediate humour comprehension deficits in autism and Down syndrome (BA / Leverhulme)