Meet the University of Plymouth at Global Education office in Harare
  • Global Education Harare Office, Sam Levy’s Village, Suite ZA, Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe.

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The University of Plymouth will be at the Global Education office in Harare and are looking forward to talking to students and their parents about studying with us. 

A representative for the University of Plymouth and Caroline Floccia, professor of Cognitive Psychology, will be available on 27 November from 15.30–18.00 to discuss our degree courses, our campus, accommodation facilities, life as a student in Plymouth and answer any of your questions about studying Psychology and our scholarship offers.

Please check the Global Education website for further details, or contact Anna Wuttke directly.

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Who is Caroline Floccia?

"Hi, my name is Caroline Floccia. I am the Associate Dean at the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences and also a Professor of Cognitive Psychology.

I am happy to talk about Health Professions, Nursing and Psychology with students and parents.

My research interests have been focused on speech perception in adults, children and infants within a psycholinguistic perspective. The common feature of these research topics has been the study of linguistic representations used in online information processing.

Recently, I have been particularly interested in accents and dialects processing and learning throughout development, as well as bilingual development."

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