Chloé Corcoran

 

Doctoral Researcher

School of Psychology

Chloé Corcoran

Contact details

School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

About

Title of PhD: Stuttering and Silent Reading

Supervisor: Dr Steven Frisson

Chloé Corcoran is interested in the underlying factors which cause stuttering, particularly cognitive/linguistic factors which arise before overt articulation. This work involves the use of eye-tracking methodology to examine the silent reading processes of people who stutter compared to people who do not.

Qualifications

  • B.Sc. Hons. Psychology
  • M.Res. Psychology

Biography

Chloé Corcoran has an Upper Second Class B.Sc. Hons in Psychology from the University of Birmingham. She won a partial Scholarship to complete a Masters of Research in Psychology also at the University of Birmingham, in which she obtained a Distinction. She won a complete Scholarship from the University of Birmingham for her Ph.D. entitled “Stuttering and Silent Reading” under the supervision of Dr. Steven Frisson.

Research

Stuttering; silent reading processes; eye movements during reading

Research group

Language and Cognition

Other activities

Member of the British Stammering Association.

Publications

Presentations

Corcoran, C.D & Frisson, S. “Stuttering and Silent Reading: Evidence from Eye-tracking Studies.” European Conferences on Eye Movements, 16th Edition (Conference). Marseille, France. 23 Jul. 2011.

Posters

Corcoran, C.D & Frisson, S. “Stuttering and Silent Reading: Evidence from Eye-tracking Studies.” Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing (Conference). Paris, France. 3 Sept. 2011.

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