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Centre for Neuroscience in Education


Annabel Macfarlane has been a Research Assistant with the Centre for Neuroscience in Education since 2019. She is currently working for the Botnar project.



Annabel earned her BSc in Psychology at the University of Plymouth, where she specialised in Neuroscience. Her final research project (supervised by Professor Stephen Hall, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth) investigated changes to brain rhythms and visuomotor control as the result of atmospheric pressure, and was done in collaboration with the healthcare company DDRC Plymouth. 


Key publications: 

Macfarlane, A., & Hall, S. (2019). Rhythms in the Deep [Presentation]. South West of England Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Plymouth, UK.

Other Professional Activities

Towards the end of her BSc, Annabel gave a presentation on her research titled "Rhythms in the Deep" at the South West of England Undergraduate Psychology Conference.  

Research Assistant

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