A podcast series celebrating the work of IOE’s Department of Psychology and Human Development.
This podcast series celebrates the academic excellence of the work carried out in IOE’s Department of Psychology and Human Development, and the impact this work has on policy and practice. In other words, how does Psychology make a difference?
This series of podcasts, ‘Psyched about Education’, celebrates the 120th anniversary of IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society by showcasing key aspects of the work carried out within its Department of Psychology and Human Development (PHD) and some of its constituent research centres. A further podcast looks at the history of PHD and the emergence of its unique focus.
These podcasts will be released daily from 21 February 2022.
About the Department of Psychology and Human Development
The Department of Psychology and Human Development (PHD) brings together staff with research interests encompassing psychological approaches to mainstream and atypical learning, development and teaching from early childhood to adulthood. It is the only university department in the UK devoted to developmental psychology, particularly as regards its application to education and other real-world settings.
- A brief history of IOE’s Department of Psychology and Human Development
- Educational neuroscience and its application to teaching practice
- Supporting inclusive education through knowledge exchange
- Collaboration and co-production in psychological research
- The Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on mental health
- Researching the causes of eating disorders: the case of decision-making skills
- Psychological research informing ed tech
- Embedding research into language literacy and numeracy practice
- Supporting professional practice in habilitation
- Emeritus Professor Peter Blatchford
- Gill Brackenbury
- Dr Laura Crane
- Professor Julie Dockrell
- Dr Marta Francesconi
- Dr Rebecca Gordon
- Dr Amy Harrison
- Dr Spencer Hayes
- Dr Jessica Hayton
- Elisabeth Herbert
- Dr Maria Kambouri
- Dr Leda Kamenopoulou
- Professor Chloe Marshall
- Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou
- Dr Bonamy Oliver
- Dr Laura Outhwaite
- Dr Amelia Roberts
- Dr Emma Sumner
- Professor Andrew Tolmie
- Dr Jo Van Herwegen
- Dr Zachary Walker
- Dr Rob Webster
- Dr Keri Wong