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Alexander Irvine
Graduate Student

Alexander.Irvine@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
01223 769902
I'm a Cognitive Neuroscientist, with an interest in attention, child development, and data science. I am undertaking a PhD in Biological Science (Cognitive Neuroscience) at St Catharine's College, University of Cambridge, with a studentship from the Templeton World Charity Foundation and the Medical Research Council.

I am a Developer for Cauldron.sc, a technical consultancy for behavioural web research. I primarily work on their Gorilla platform - which provides cloud-based behavioural research experiment design and hosting.

My current projects include: development of web-based and device-based cognitive tasks and apps for large-scale data collection, Eye tracking and Virtual Reality as an experimental tool.

My personal website is available here: irvine.science

 

CBSU publications
ANWYL-IRVINE, A. , DALMAIJER, E.S., Quinn, A., Johnson, A. and ASTLE, D.E. (In Press) Subjective SES is associated with children’s neurophysiological response to auditory oddballs, Cerebral Cortex Communications [Read More]

BIGNARDI, G., DALMAIJER, E., ANWYL-IRVINE, A. , SMITH, T., SIUGZDAITE, R., UH, S., ASTLE, D. (In Press) Longitudinal increases in childhood depression symptoms during the COVID-19 lockdown, Archives of Disease in Childhood [Read More]

ANWYL-IRVINE, A. , DALMAIJER, E.S., Hodges, N., Evershed, J.K. (In Press) Realistic precision & accuracy of online experiment platforms, web-browsers, and devices, Behaviour Research Methods [Read More]

BIGNARDI, G., DALMAIJER, E.S., ANWYL-IRVINE, A. , and ASTLE, D.E. (In Press) Collecting Big Data with Small Screens: Group-Tests of Children’s Cognition with Touchscreen Tablets are Reliable and Valid, Behaviour Research Methods [Read More]

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