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Chris is known for his work in the field of Déjà Vu which he conducts with the help of his PhD student Akira O’Connor. Both psychologists have appeared in BBC radio broadcasts and featured heavily in quality papers in Britain and the World, such as The Guardian, The New York Times Magazine , New Scientist  and Der Spiegel.
Chris Moulin completed his Ph.D ("Does a metacognitive deficit contribute to the episodic memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease?") at Bristol University in 1999 under the supervision of Tim Perfect and Alan Baddeley. He then held various Research Fellowships at the Universities of Bristol, Reading and at a Clinical Research Institute at Bath (RICE) before joining the Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds as a lecturer in March 2002.
Chris is a chartered psychologist. He is on the British Psychological Society's Research Board and is also a member of the Society’s Press Committee. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Research Institute for the Care of the Elderly (RICE), St. Martin's Hospital, Bath. In 2004 and 2005 Chris organised the BPS Cognitive Section Conference, held in Leeds. He is on the editorial board of the journal Memory.
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