Led by Dr Amanda Ludlow, author of acclaimed text Developmental Psychology, Macmillan 2014.
Applied research addressing living with a Neurodevelopmental disorder throughout the lifespan, and its impact on both the person and their family. This includes looking at symptoms specific to individual diagnoses such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, Tourette's, but also those shared by other comorbid diagnoses.
Current projects include:
- Eating Behaviours in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Sensory Difficulties in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- The lived experiences of families with children with Neurodevelopmental disorders
Psychology And NeuroDiversity Applied Unit for Research, PANDA
This new unit aims to bring a range of health care professionals, services and charities together to increase evidence-based research to improve the lives of individuals living with these diagnoses.