Dr Dermot LynottSenior Lecturer
My research falls broadly within the areas of cognitive science and embodied cognition. I am interested in how people's linguistic, bodily and environmental experience shapes their mental representations and how this affects the way they process the world around them. This research includes investigations of the grounded and situated nature of concepts, the ability of language, body and environment to shape representations and behaviour, and the interplay of linguistic and simulation systems in human cognition. You can see more about my research here.
If you are interested in these areas or in topics related to any of my publications and are interested in pursuing a PhD, please email me.
- If it looks like a duck: Emergent Categorical Structure in the Human Conceptual System? (2016) The Leverhulme Trust. Principal investigator with Louise Connell and Marc Brysbaert.
- Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth. (2013). Center for Open Science. Principal investigator with Louise Connell and Kerry O'Brien.
- Effects of alcohol advertising in TV sport on implicit/explicit attitudes. (2012). Australian Research Council, with support from Victoria Department of Health and the Australian Drug Foundation. Co-investigator, with Kerry O'Brien, Monash University.
- Alcohol Advertising and Sponsorship in Australian Sport : Associations with Implicit (unconscious) and Explicit Alcohol Attitudes and Drinking Behaviours.(2012). Australian National Preventative Health Agency. Co-investigator, with Kerry O'Brien, Monash University.
- Multi-modal conceptual representations of object size. (2010). British Academy. Co-principal investigator, with Louise Connell.
- Modality-specific processing in conceptual combination. (2009-2010). ESRC. Co-principal investigator, with Louise Connell.
BSc, MSc, PhD, FHEA
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in supervising students in the areas of embodied cognition and decision making. If you are interested in these areas or in topics related to any of my publications please email me.
Selected Publications Show all 36 publications
Registered Replication Report: Strack, Martin, & Stepper (1988)
Wagenmakers, E.J., Beek, T., Dijkhoff, L., Gronau, Q.F., Acosta, A., Adams, R.B., Albohn, D.N., Allard, E.S., Benning, S.D., Blouin-Hudon, E.M., Bulnes, L.C., Caldwell, T.L., Calin-Jageman, R.J., Capaldi, C.A., Carfagno, N.S., Chasten, K.T., Cleeremans, A., Connell, L., DeCicco, J.M., Dijkstra, K., Foroni, F., Hess, U., Holmes, K.J., Klein, O., Koch, C., Korb, S., Lewinski, P., Lund, S., Lupiáñez, J., Lynott, D., Oosterwijk, S., Özdoğru, A.A., Pacheco-Unguetti, A.P., Pearson, B., Powis, C., Riding, S., Rumiati, R.I., Senden, M., Shea-Shumsky, N.B., Sobocko, K., Soto, J.A., Steiner, T.G., Talarico, J.M., van Allen, Z.M., Vandekerckhove, M., Wainwright, B., Wayand, J.F., Zeelenberg, R., Zetzer, E.E., Zwaan, R.A. 11/2016 In: Perspectives on Psychological Science. 11, 6, p. 917-928. 12 p.
Do we know what we're simulating?: information loss on transferring unconscious perceptual simulation to conscious imagery
Connell, L., Lynott, D. 08/2016 In: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 42, 8, p. 1218-1232. 15 p.
I see/hear what you mean: semantic activation in visual word recognition depends on perceptual attention
Connell, L., Lynott, D. 04/2014 In: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 143, 2, p. 527-533. 7 p.
Strength of perceptual experience predicts word processing performance better than concreteness or imageability
Connell, L., Lynott, D. 12/2012 In: Cognition. 125, 3, p. 452-465. 14 p.
Modality exclusivity norms for 423 object properties
Lynott, D., Connell, L. 05/2009 In: Behavior Research Methods. 41, 2, p. 558-564. 7 p.
If it Looks Like a Duck: Emergent Categorical Structure in the Human Conceptual System
01/04/2016 → 31/08/2018
Replicating WIlliams and Bargh
01/07/2013 → …