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Emily Meachon


MSc Student

Emily Meachon is a postgraduate student in the Brain & Cognition Lab. Presently, her research is focused on the role of attentional cues in the weighting of rhythmic perceptual evidence.

Shortly before arriving at Oxford, Emily completed her Bachelor of Arts degrees in psychology and modern languages from the University of Hartford. As an undergraduate, her research spanned across many topics in psychology, including the metacognitive processes of stress and anxiety reduction, and the roles of mindfulness and self-compassion on the multiple-role balance of university students.

Emily is a member of St. Anne’s College.