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Jeannie joined the School of Psychology at UCLan in 2004 after completing my PhD in developmental dyslexia. Her PhD focused on individual differences in dyslexia and the role that visual attention, eye movements and phonological processing played in adult dyslexia. Jeannie is interested in individual differences in visual selective attention and how this relates to other aspects of performance including reading and inhibitory control.
Jeannie’s research interests focus on cognitive and neuropsychological aspects of behaviour. These include issues related to laterality and hemispheric differences/interactions, along with interests in literacy skills, working memory and inhibitory control. Jeannie has been focusing on exploring individual differences in cognition through a series of studies examining visual selective attention and she has a particular interest in literacy skills and developmental dyslexia.
PhD Psychology, University of Liverpool, 2004
BSc (Hons) Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2000
Gallagher, Dennis T., Fisk, John, Montgomery, Catharine, Judge, Jeannie, Robinson, Sarita Jane and Taylor, Paul John (2012) Effects of ecstasy/polydrug use on memory for associative information. Psychopharmacology, 222 (4). pp. 579-591. ISSN 0033-3158
Gallagher, Denis Thomas, Hadjiefthyvoulou, Florentia, Fisk, John, Montgomery, Catharine, Robinson, Sarita Jane and Judge, Jeannie (2013) Prospective memory deficits in illicit polydrug users are associated with the average long term typical dose of ecstasy typically consumed in a single session. Neuropsychology . ISSN 0894-4105
Judge, Jeannie, Knox, Paul C and Caravolas, Marketa (2013) Spatial Orienting of Attention in Dyslexic Adults using Directional and Alphabetic Cues. Dyslexia, 19 (2). pp. 55-75. ISSN 1076-9242
Judge, Jeannie and Taylor, Paul John (2012) Gender differences on the semantic flanker task using transposed-letter target words. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65 (10). pp. 2008-2017. ISSN 1747-0218
Module leader for PS1200: Psychobiology & Cognition;
Module leader for PS4700: Advanced Methods in Psychology.
Jeannie teaches methods and statistics at Masters level and provides project supervision to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She also contributes to the cognitive/biological modules delivered to Year 1 and Year 2 students through lectures and workshops and lab supervision.
The British Psychological Society
The Experimental Psychology Society