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Dr Lawrence Taylor

Senior Lecturer

Department: Psychology

Larry Taylor Staffprofile Northumbriauniversity255Larry Taylor is a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology.  He joined Northumbria in 2009 and completed a PhD at Erasmus University in Rotterdam.

Qualifications

  • Psychology PhD October 13 2009
  • Psychology MSc June 01 2004
  • Psychology BSc August 01 2001

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Dissociation between Semantic Representations for Motion and Action Verbs: Evidence from Patients with Left Hemisphere Lesions, Taylor, L., Evans, C., Greer, J., Senior, C., Coventry, K., Ietswaart, M. 14 Feb 2017, In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
  • Impaired Communication Between the Dorsal and Ventral Stream: Indications from Apraxia, Evans, C., Edwards, M., Taylor, L., Ietswaart, M. 1 Feb 2016, In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
  • Perceptual decisions regarding object manipulation are selectively impaired in apraxia or when tDCS is applied over the left IPL, Evans, C., Edwards, M., Taylor, L., Ietswaart, M. 1 Jun 2016, In: Neuropsychologia
  • Embodied & Situated Language Processing, Coventry, K., Taylor, L., Engelhardt, P. Aug 2012
  • Fault-tolerant comprehension, Taylor, L., Zwaan, R. Jul 2012, Language and Action in Cognitive Neuroscience, London, Psychology Press
  • Grasping spheres, not planets, Taylor, L., Zwaan, R. 11 Mar 2011, In: Cognition
  • Motor resonance as a function of narrative time: Further tests of the linguistic focus hypothesis, Zwaan, R., Taylor, L., de Boer, M. 2010, In: Brain and Language
  • Action in cognition: the case of language, Taylor, L., Zwaan, R. 2009, In: Language and Cognition
  • Inferences about action engage action systems, Taylor, L., Lev Ari, S., Zwaan, R. Oct 2008, In: Brain and Language
  • Motor resonance and linguistic focus, Taylor, L., Zwaan, R. Jun 2008, In: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

PGR Supervision

Dimana Kardzhieva Embodied emotion: The role of bodily feedback in emotion comprehension as evidenced in language Start: 01/10/2016


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