Beth is a Professor of Psychology at the University of York, UK. Her research seeks to understand the neural basis of semantic cognition and language, and disorders affecting these aspects of cognition. She uses multiple neuroscientific methods, including neuropsychology, neuroimaging (MEG, fMRI) and brain stimulation to investigate how concepts are represented and flexibly retrieved.
Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology (2004)
Elizabeth Warrington Prize - British Neuropsychological Society (2008)
Cortex Prize - Federation of European Societies of Neuropsychology (2010)