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Summary: Richard Allen researches memory in healthy populations and patient groups, examining how information is bound, maintained and utilized for further action, in working memory and long-term memory.
Location: Room G.07b, Psychology Building
I gained my Psychology BSc from the University of York, where I also studied for my PhD under Professor Charles Hulme. I then worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Bristol and York, with Professors Alan Baddeley and Graham Hitch. I moved to Leeds as a lecturer in 2008, and became Associate Professor in 2015.
My research interests lie in human memory, with a particular focus on working memory, and cover three of the Grand challenge areas in the School of Psychology (Successful ageing, Successful childhood development, The nervous system and its disorders).