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Neurodevelopmental disorders

Neurodevelopmental disorders affect key psychological processes such as emotion, learning ability, self-control and memory that unfold as an individual grows.

In the School of Psychology, the neurodevelopmental disorders research group aims to address three key areas of these disorders; conceptualisation, diagnostics, and practice. By engaging in cutting-edge research into the causes, mechanisms, course, recognition and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders, the group aims to translate these research findings into clinical practice to improve recognition, diagnosis and treatment outcomes.

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