I completed my PhD at the University of Exeter where I investigated the neural correlates and academic outcomes of working memory training in childhood. I am currently interested in how structural and functional brain organisation develops in childhood, how this trajectory is altered in struggling learners, and how this is related to cognition and behaviour.
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JONES, J. S., Milton, F., Mostazir, M., Adlam, A.R. (2019) The academic outcomes of working memory and metacognitive strategy training in children: A double-blind randomized controlled trial, Developmental Science, e12870 [Open Access]
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