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Congratulations to Kia Nobre from Experimental Psychology who has been elected a fellow of the British Academy for the humanities and Social Sciences. The Academy has elected 42 highly distinguished UK academics from 18 universities as new Fellows, in recognition of their outstanding research, taking the total number of living Fellows to over one thousand for the first time. At its AGM the Academy welcomed the new Fellows whose research areas span the full range of the subject areas across the humanities and social sciences, from history to psychology, economics to law, literature to philosophy and languages to archaeology. Kia is director of The Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity and Professor of Translational Cognitive Neuroscience.

A full list of newly elected fellows is available here.