Dr Robin Green

Lecturer in Psychology

PhD (University of Birmingham)

Photograph of Robin Green Research group: Education and Learning Forum/ Vision and Language Group
Email: rjg29@le.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)116 229 7185
Fax: +44 (0)116 229 7196
George Davies Centre 1.14
School of Psychology
Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour
University of Leicester
Leicester,
LE1 9HN
UK.

Research Interests and Techniques

  • Cognitive neuropsychology of visual attention and its influences.
  • Neurostimulation of visual cognition using transcrainal magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial electrical stimulation (tES: tDCS, tACS, tRNS).
  • I investigate using patient case studies, clinical groups (such as children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder), TMS and behavioural techniques.
  • Additional interests involve the role of individual differences in perception,  memory, numerical cognition, attention and executive control in special populations such as bilinguals, those with dyslexia, Autistic Spectrum and dyscalculia or autistic/schizotypal traits of the above in neurotypical populations.
  • Coaching psychology
  • Pedagogical research in assessment and feedback, group work.
  • I am happy to supervise Masters and PhD projects on the above topics (and also collaborate on staff projects)

Current PhD Students

Emre Orun - Cognitive components of foraging (1st year - supervised with Dr Carlo De Lillo)

Yiwen Tan - Effects of Acculturation on Neuropsychological Assessment (Writing Up - supervised with Dr Gerald Burgess and Prof Noelle Robertson)

Research Group and Funding

Whilst I am a teaching focused lecturer here in UoL, I am a member of the Vision and Language Group and The Education and Learning Forum.

Publications

Apps, M.A.J., Green, R. & Ramnani, N. (2013). Reinforcement learning signals in the anterior cingulate cortex code for others’ false beliefs. NeuroImage, 64, 1-9.

Mevorach, C., Shalev, L., Green, R.J., Chechlacz, M., Riddoch, J., & Humphreys, G.W. (2014). Hierarchical processing in Balint’s syndrome: A failure of flexible top-down attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Teaching Activities

I teach on the a wide range of topics throughout the three years of the BSc Psychology course.

Professional Activities and Societies

  • Member of the British Psychological Society
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management
  • Reviewer and on editorial board of the Journal of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
  • Qualified coach and part of University of Leicester Coaching and Mentoring Academy

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