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Particulars

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Dundee in 2015. I then pursued a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology at Queen's University Belfast, graduating in 2019. Since January 2019 I have been working as a Research Fellow in the School of Psychology at QUB. 

Research Interests

My doctoral project explores time and causality in cognitive development. My specific focus is how our perception of time is influenced and altered by our beliefs about cause and effect, and our own involvement, and how this changes over the lifecourse.

For a brief summary see https://theconversation.com/ever-noticed-time-seems-to-move-faster-when-youre-in-control-of-things-science-can-explain-why-61940

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Research Output

Causality Influences Children’s and Adults’ Experience of Temporal Order

Tecwyn, E. C., Bechlivanidis, C., Lagnado, D., Hoerl, C., Lorimer, S., Blakey, E., McCormack, T. & Buehner, M., 16 Jan 2020, In : Developmental Psychology.

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    When Causality Shapes the Experience of Time: Evidence for Temporal Binding in Young Children.

    Blakey, E., Tecwyn, E., McCormack, T., Lagnado, D., Hoerl, C., Lorimer, S. & Buehner, M. J., 10 Nov 2018, In : Developmental science. 8 p., e12769.

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  • Activities

    • 1 Oral presentation

    When Causality Shapes our Experience of Time: Temporal Binding Across Development

    Sara Lorimer (Contributor), Teresa McCormack (Contributor)
    23 Oct 201726 Oct 2017

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation