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Biography

I completed my BSc (Hons) in Psychology at UWA in 2017 with a focus on face processing. Currently, I am completing the Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Clinical Psychology at UWA. My research interests lie in early interventions for autism in infants and uncovering the factors that may affect the outcomes of such interventions. 

Teaching overview

  • Casual Tutor for PSYC3301 Intermediate Quantitative Methods in Psychology (Sem 1 of 2019)
     
  • Casual Tutor for PSYC2208 Atypical Development (Sem 2 of 2018)

Current projects

  • A pilot study of a group-based intervention for infants with social communication delays (Telethon Kids Institute, Child and Adolescent Community Health)
  • A randomised-controlled trial of group-based very early intervention for infants with autism risk behaviours (Telethon Kids Institute, Child and Adolescent Community Health)

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Psychology, The University of Western Australia

20162017

Award Date: 17 Mar 2018

Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Clinical Psychology, The University of Western Australia

26 Feb 2018 → …

Research expertise keywords

  • Autism
  • Autism and autistic traits
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Intervention evaluation
  • Early identification and intervention for developmental problems

Industry keywords

  • Children and Young People
  • Disability

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