Who we are
2015 group photo
Front Row: Ed Donnellan, Danielle Matthews, Jane Herbert, Dan Carroll. Bottom Row: Lowri Thomas, Sophie Turnbull, Birsu Kandermirci, Michelle McGillion, Gemma Stephens. Absent from photo: Elena Hoicka, Simone Bijvoet- van den Berg, Andrea Diaz Barriga Barez, Kelly Lothbrook-Smith.
2012 Group Photo
Top row: Gemma Taylor, Danielle Matthews, Ciara Kelly. Middle Row: Gemma Stephens, Dan Carroll and Jane Herbert. Bottom row: Lily FitzGibbon, Michelle McGillion , Emma Blakey.
Absent from photo: Laura Robertson (and baby Ivy), Ed Donnellan
|Jane Herbert||The development of learning and memory during infancy and early childhood. Age-related changes in the retention of early memories and the transfer of knowledge to new situations. The effectiveness of books and television as sources of real-life information for young children.|
|Dan Carroll||Executive function and inhibitory control in preschool children; Children’s rule use and symbolic understanding; Conflict monitoring and conflict resolution.|
|Danielle Matthews||Language Development. Communication skills in preschoolers. Pointing gestures in infancy. Bilingual language learning. Statistical learning of grammar. Social Cognition and its relation to language.|
|Rod Nicolson||Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience including event related potential and modelling of developmental and its disorders. Cerebellum, cognition and skill.|
|Mark Blades||Assessment of police interviews with abused children, children’s eyewitness testimony and children's suggestibility during questioning. Children’s understanding of media, in particular their understanding of advertising and marketing.|
|Richard Rowe||The development of antisocial behaviour. Unintentional injury: Psychological risk factors for accidents in children and adolescents, driver behaviour.|
|Liz Milne||Developmental cognitive neuroscience. Visual perception in individuals with autistic spectrum disorders (using techniques such as psychophysical threshold measurement & EEG). The relationship between perceptual abnormalities in autism and atypical cognitive profiles.|