Thomas North

About me:

I hold an MA in Psychology from the University of Glasgow and have recently completed a MSc at the University of Edinburgh in the Psychology of Individual Differences. My research was largely neuropsychological in nature, focusing on theories behind particular outcomes of brain damage. However, my undergraduate project concerned the effectiveness of music therapy in treating individuals with autism, and I have researched a number of other areas including sociology, psychometrics, criminology, alcohol information processing, cognitive ageing, and personality. Statistical report writing also played an integral role throughout my studies and I have experience using SPSS, MATLAB, R and Excel, as well as a number of other data collecting programmes.


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Are optic ataxia and visual form agnosia complementary parts of a double dissociation, or just two different neuropsychological disorders?

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