Emily Farran is a Professor in Developmental Psychology at the University of Surrey. Her research interests include navigation, motor performance, mental imagery, spatial language, perceptual integration, visuo-spatial memory and orientation coding, and she is the Director of the Cognition, Genes and Developmental Variability lab. Her most recent research focuses upon the relationship between spatial thinking and Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) in primary school age children. You can learn more about Emily’s background and research interests here.
Emily’s main areas of interest for presenting are open research, reproducibility, and advocating for/setting up an open research culture at your institution.