Dr Ursula Maden-Weinberger
Ursula is a corpus linguist and Associate Lecturer at the Department of English, History & Creative Writing Department of Edge Hill University. She is the research coordinator of the project. In her previous research, Ursula has applied corpus linguistics to study language change in the history of English as well as second-language learning.
Dr Costas Gabrielatos
Costas is a Senior Lecturer in English Language at the Department of English, History and Creative Writing. His research focuses on corpus linguistics methodology, theoretical and pedagogical lexicogrammar, and discourse studies. Costas has worked on research projects on the representation of Islam and Muslims, and refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants in the UK press.
Professor Geoff Beattie
Geoff is a Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University. Geoff is an expert in the fields of implicit attitudes, unconscious prejudice, behavioural change, as well as multi-modal communication and the psychology of climate change. Geoff is also a broadcaster and the author of 26 books.
Dr Themis Karaminis
Themis is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Edge Hill University and studies autism and human cognitive variation from developmental, neurocognitive, computational and educational perspectives. Themis’ research has examined the unique ways in which autistic children perceive the world and communicate using child-friendly computer games, eye tracking and computational methods.
The photos of the research team have been retouched with ‘neural style transfer’ (style_transfer app) using work of British neurodiverse artists.
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