People

georgia-chronaki   Georgia Chronaki

Georgia directs and coordinates the activities of the DCN Lab. Georgia’s research interests are in the area of Developmental Neuroscience and Developmental Psychopathology.  More information on Georgia’s research can be found in Georgia’s staff profile  and Homepage.

pamela_qualter  Pamela Qualter

Pamela co-directed the DCN Lab during the years 2015-2017. Pamela is currently a collaborator and Professor of Psychology for Education at The University of Manchester. Pamela is a world expert in childhood and adolescence loneliness. She can be contacted at pamela.qualter@manchester.ac.uk. More information on Pamela’s research can be found in Pamela’s staff profile.

kathryn_gardner  Kathryn Gardner

Kathryn is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology and an expert in emotional intelligence (EI). More information on Kathryn’s research can be found in Kathryn’s staff profile.

reyhan-furman  Reyhan Furman

Reyhan is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Cognition and the goal of her research is to understand how speech and gesture interact with and shape each other. More information on Reyhan’s research can be found in Reyhan’s staff profile.

nadiia-denhovska  Nadiia Denhovska

Nadiia is a Lecturer in Developmental Cognition and her research interests are in the area of language acquisition, bilingualism and implicit learning. More information on Nadiia’s research can be found in Nadiia’s staff profile.

charlotte_field  Charlotte Field

Charlotte is a Lecturer in Developmental Disorders with a particular focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). More information on Charlotte’s research can be found in Charlotte’s staff profile.

lea_pilgrim  Lea Pilgrim

Lea is a Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience and the Academic Lead of the Brain Imaging Laboratory housing state-of the-art EEG facilities at the School of Psychology. More information on Lea’s research can be found in Lea’s staff profile.

 

Technical Support

belinda fay-hornby.JPG  Belinda Fay Hornby

Belinda has a first degree in Biochemistry from Newcastle University, a PhD in Psychology and graduate diploma in Psychology from UCLan. Belinda’s interests are in psychophysiology, psychopharmacology, behavioural neuroscience and research methods. Belinda has expertise in the operation of psychobiological and neuroscience equipment. She has provided technical support for the DCN Lab during the period 2015-2017. Current technical support is provided by Learning and Information Services.

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