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Georgia oversees the activities of the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (DCN) Laboratory. Her research interests are in emotion processing and Developmental Psychopathology (ADHD, ASD). In parallel to her academic activities, Georgia has experience in working clinically with children and young people.
Charlotte teaches across a wide range of psychology modules. She has particular research expertise in developmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In addition to her research expertise, Charlotte is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of our Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (DCN) research group.
Reyhan is currently a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Cognition. Reyhan works primarily on language development. The central focus of her research has been to discover how children’s understanding and use of bodily actions influence their language learning.
Nadiia is a Lecturer in Developmental Cognition. Nadiia’s work focuses on language development. This includes second language acquisition and bilingual language development and processing. Her research concentrates primarily on mechanisms of language learning and cognitive factors contributing to language acquisition.
Rohanna is a PhD student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the School. Rohanna’s PhD is investigating the effect of vocal emotion processing on visual spatial attention in adolescents with externalising behaviour problems.
Katie provides technical support for the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab. She acts as a liaison contact between the DCN Lab and Learning and Information Services here.