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latest news within the Division of Psychology and
Read more about the PALS Swan Silver Award
Divisional Subject Pool
The Division has won the Silver Award for the UCL Green Impact scheme
The Division runs Continuing Professional Development courses.
The Developmental Science Department is a unique interdisciplinary group, made up of developmental scientists and clinicians in: developmental experimental psychology, neuropsychology, psycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, developmental disorders and speech and language pathology, which aims to advance fundamental understanding of human development and translate these advances into clinical and educational domains.
Members of the DSD have collaborative links with researchers in other UCL departments and faculties, and with the University College Hospital, Institute of Child Health and Institute of Ophthalmology.
- Normal and Abnormal Visual Brain Development:
- Development of Language and Mathematical Skills
- Psycholinguistic Assessment and Intervention for Deaf Children
- Development of the child's understanding of causality
- Assessment and Intervention for children with speech production difficulties
- Development of social communication skills, perception and attentional abilities in children with autism spectrum disorder
- Perception, language and communication in Deaf Children
- Auditory Processing and Language in children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss
- Lexical Retrival Difficulties in Children: A new approach combining modelling of impairment and intervention to help wordfinding
- Development of social cognition in non-speaking children with complex motor impairments
- Outcomes of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interventions.
|Head of Research Department||John Wattam-Bellemail@example.com|
|Executive Officer||Antonietta Espositofirstname.lastname@example.org|