Papers:

Long M, Horton WS, Rohde H, Sorace A., 2018. Individual Differences in Switching and Inhibition Predict Perspective-Taking Across the Lifespan. Cognition 170, 25-30. (Link) (Coverage: BBC, The Scotsman)

Bak T, Long M, Vega-Mendoza M, Sorace A., 2016. Novelty, Challenge, and Practice: The Impact of Intensive Language Learning on Attentional Functions. PLoS ONE 11(4):e0153485. (Link)

(Raw data is provided in the appendices of these papers.)

Refereed presentations:

Long M, Horton WS, Rohde H, Sorace A., 2017. Individual Differences in Perspective Taking: Inhibition and Switching Across the Lifespan. Poster presented at the 30th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Boston, MA. (Abstract)

Long M, Vega-Mendoza M, Sorace A, Bak T., 2016. The Effects of Later-Life Language Learning on Cognitive Aging. Paper presented at the Aging and Society 6th Interdisciplinary Conference, Norrköping, Sweden. (Abstract)

Long M, Vega-Mendoza M, Sorace A, Bak T., 2015. In Praise of Novelty and Practice: Language Learning Improves and Maintains Attention. Poster presented at the 40th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA. (Abstract)

Long M, Vega-Mendoza M, Sorace, A, Bak T., 2015. Language Learning as Cognitive Training: Attentional Improvement After a One-Week Intensive Gaelic Course. Poster presented at the 21st Annual Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing conference, Valetta, Malta. (Abstract)

Previous research assistantships:

Universal Health Visiting Pathway: Promoting Knowledge of Language Development
(PI: Vicky Chondrogianni)

Cognitive, Motivational, and Demographic Correlates of Progress Test Proficiency Scores
(PIs: Antonella Sorace and Thomas Bak)

Internal presentations:

Human Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar, Cognitive Ageing Journal Club, Edinburgh Neuroscience Day, Psycholinguistics Coffee, Developmental Linguistics Group, Language at Edinburgh Lunch