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Ms Amy Boyson 

Postgraduate research student

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Ms Amy Boyson is Postgraduate research student within Psychology at the University of Southampton.


MPsych (Hons) Advanced Psychology: Cognitive and Brain Sciences with Certificate of Professional/Industrial Experience. University of Plymouth, September 2014.

Funding body: Jubilee Scholarship, Psychology, University of Southampton

Research interests

Research interests: My broad interest lies within how the brain works and what happens when it is damaged, whether this is naturally occurring or due to trauma. I am currently investigating the neuroscience of ADHD, studying intrinsic brain oscillations with EEG with a specific focus on the process of entrainment. It is my hope that by understanding the neuroscience of naturally occurring disorders, we might one day be able to use a neurological marker for a more accurate diagnosis.

Research project (further details): Entrained neural oscillations and their relationship to ADHD

Research group

Developmental Brain-Behaviour Laboratory (DBBL)

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Publications: Boyson, A. (2013). The effect of age on interhemispheric transfer time: an event related potential study. The Plymouth Student Scientist, 6(2). Retrieved 2014-11-04, from

Bevins, A., & Boyson, A. (2012). Routine Depression Screening on a Stroke Rehabilitation Unit. NHS Improvement Stroke: Psychological care after stroke:!

Conference presentations: Boyson, A. (2014, March). The effect of age on interhemispheric transfer time: an event related potential study. Poster session presented at the BPS South West Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Exeter, UK.

Ms Amy Boyson
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 44/4057/M35

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