Juliet Holdstock's CV
Name: Juliet S. Holdstock
PhD “The Orienting of Auditory Attention: Event-Related Potential Investigations”,
University of St Andrews, UK, awarded June 1993.
Supervisor: Mick Rugg; Funding: Medical Research Council studentship.
BSc (Hons) in Psychology, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, UK, 1989.
Position: Associate Lecturer
Institution: The Open University in the South East
Dates: January 2010-November 2011
Institution: School of Psychology, University of Liverpool, UK
Dates: December 1999-December 2005
Position: Research Associate working with Prof. Andrew Mayes
Institution: Section of Clinical Neurology, University of Sheffield, UK
Dates: January 1996-November 1999
Position: Visiting Lecturer
Institution: University of Sunderland, UK
Dates: October 1995-December 1995
Position: Senior Research Assistant working with Prof. John Aggleton
Institution: Department of Psychology, University of Durham, UK
Dates: September 1993-September 1995
Position: Senior Research Assistant working with Prof. Mick Rugg
Institution: Department of Psychology, University of St Andrews, UK
Dates: October 1992-August 1993
Membership of Professional Associations
- member Experimental Psychology Society
- member British Neuropsychological Society
Cognitive Neuroscience, episodic memory, object perception,
medial temporal lobe, studies of patients with brain lesions, functional imaging.