Andriy Myachykov


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PhD projects

Embodied and grouded theories of conceptual tepresentations
Psycholinguistics of sentence production and comprehension
Magnitude and Number processing
Manual Affordances
Cross-language interplay in bilinguals
Sleep, attention, and language

Willing to speak to media

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Personal profile


Dr Andriy Myachykov received his PhD in Psychology from University of Glasgow in 2007. His research covers aspects of language comprehension and production, bilingualism, number processing, and embodied approaches to how we acquire, store, and access knowledge representations. Andriy is the Module Leader for the course “Cognitive Science and Neuropsychology” (PY0661). He also acts as Deputy Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange. Before Northumbria, Andriy worked at University of Edinburgh, University of Dundee, and University of Glasgow.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, PhD, Integrating perceptual, semantic, and syntactic information in sentence production

29 Nov 2007

Award Date: 29 Nov 2007

Psychology, MSc, The role of visual attention in sentence production

12 Jun 2004

Award Date: 12 Jun 2004

Linguistics, MA, Diachronical Analysis of English Personal Pronouns

30 Jun 1998

Award Date: 30 Jun 1993


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