William Bowditch



College: College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Discipline: Psychology
Department: Cognition
Research Centre/Unit: Cognitive Control and Associative Learning (CCAL)

My research interests centre around cognitive control and associative learning.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Exeter in 2012, where I first became interested in cognitive control and associative learning. My undergraduate study focused on contextual renewal and awareness in both implicit and explicit measures.  Graduating with a first class degree, I was fortunate enough to be awarded a Doctoral Training Centre scholarship from the ESRC, to investigate the mechanisms of associatively mediated inhibition. I have recently completed an MSc in psychological research methods and am continuing the project as a PhD.