We really liked this balanced, evidence-based blog post which provides an accessible overview of the relations between so-called ‘screen time’ and mental health in young people. …and not just because it quotes our 2016 blog on the topic.
Knowledge exchange is a buzz-phrase in psychology, but remains elusive and difficult to achieve. Amid widespread distrust of ‘experts’ and systematic attempts to undermine the very concept of truth, ensuring effective communication between professionals and the communities they serve is more important than ever. read more in this piece by Sue, in The Psychologist magazine…
DART researchers are closely affiliated with the Theirworld Edinburgh Birth Cohort which is a large longitudinal follow-up study of babies born early. Here’s a bit of press coverage of our work, published in November 2017 for World Prematurity Day.
In July 2017 Sue gave a keynote talk at the 3rd Innovative Technologies and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ITASD) conference in Valencia, Spain. Here’s the video of that talk, which focused on building an evidence base for the use of technology as a support for autistic people.
As a result of our first study exploring bilingualism and autism, we produced this simple fact sheet to help parents and practitioners make decisions about autistic children and language use in the home. You can download the fact sheet here: bilingualism-autism-fact-sheet-2016