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Dr Andrew Parton

Dr Andrew Parton
Assoc Dean QA (CHLS), Lecturer In Psychology


Having worked for 4-years as a programmer in a clinical chemistry research unit I returned to higher education. I gained a distinction in my ESRC-funded masters in Cognitive Science. My PhD at Surrey University examined the interaction of motion and binocular disparity information in the perception of depth. This was followed by post-doctoral work in projects at Imperial College, UCL, Southampton, Birkbeck College and Aston University. These posts developed my research interests to examine the cognitive effects of neurological conditions and basic neural mechanisms for encoding cognition. I joined Brunel in 2006 where I have further developed my research.


  • PhD Psychology (Surrey)
  • MSc Cognitive Science (Birmingham)
  • BSc Computing and business Studies (Liverpool)

Newest selected publications

Leff, LP., Li, KMS., Gorgoraptis, N., Cohen, DL., Dalmaijer, ES., Parton, A., et al. (Accepted) 'A randomised double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover study of single-dose guanfacine in unilateral neglect following stroke.'. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. ISSN: 0022-3050 Open Access Link

Journal article

Szameitat, AJ., Saylik, R. and Parton, A. (2016) 'Neuroticism related differences in the functional neuroanatomical correlates of multitasking. An fMRI study'. Neuroscience Letters, 635. pp. 51 - 55. ISSN: 0304-3940 Open Access Link

Journal article

Beigi, M., Wilkinson, L., Gobet, F., Parton, A. and Jahanshahi, M. (2016) 'Levodopa medication improves incidental sequence learning in Parkinson's disease.'. Neuropsychologia, 93. pp. 53 - 60. ISSN: 0028-3932 Open Access Link

Journal article

Wereszczynski, K., Usher, M. and Parton, A. (2015) 'Influence of alpha frequency photic driving on visual detection thresholds'. SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD. pp. 145 - 145. ISSN: 0301-0066

Conference paper

Sumner, RC., Nowicky, AV., Parton, A., Wylock, C., Cserjesi, R., Fischler, B., et al. (2013) 'Prospective Relationship between Hemispheric Lateralisation and CD4+ T Cells in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type I.'. Neuroimmunomodulation, 21. pp. 31 - 36.

Journal article
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