Email me if you are interested in studying for a PhD. Follow the links below to find out more about my current and former students.
Current Ph.D students
- Ahmad Abu-Akelís Ph.D. concerns the cognitive and neural basis of theory of mind, and its relation to traits for autism and psychosis in the typical population.
- Katherine Ellisí Ph.D. concerns the application of an early theory-of-mind scale to populations with rare neurodevelopmental disorders .
- Sophie Milwardís Ph.D. concerns the development of co-representation in children.
- Laurie Powis' Ph.D. concerns behavioural evidence of theory of mind abilities in children and adults with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome.
- Eva Reindlís Ph.D. Concerns the comparison of childrenís tool-innovation capacities with those of other great ape species.
- Clare Williamsí Ph.D. concerns individual differences in childrenís tool innovation.
- Zahrieh Yousefiís Ph.D. concerns agent-based modelling of simple theory of mind abilities.
- Zhao Linís Ph.D., concerns the effect of social context on memory.
Former PhD students
- Charlotte Hartwright's Ph.D. concerned the neural basis of theory of mind processes.
- Nicola Cutting's Ph.D. concerned the role of innovation and executive control in children's tool creation.
- Andrew Surtees' Ph.D. concerned psychological and spatial perspective-taking in children and adults
- Jessica Wang's Ph.D. concerned automatic perspective-taking in typical adults
- Claudia Chiavarino's Ph.D. concerned the role of reasoning about intentions in low- and high-level cognitive processes.
- Dan Carroll's Ph.D. concerned the relationship between reasoning and executive function
- Cathy Grant's Clin.Psy.D. concerned theory of mind and executive function in children with Fragile X Syndrome
- Adam Qureshi's Ph.D. concerned individual differences in basic theory of mind in typical adults.