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Researcher of the Month

Dr Éadaoin Slattery, Post-doctoral Researcher in the Centre for Assessment Research, Policy and Practice in Education, Dublin City University

Do sustained attention training interventions actually work?

Tom King, PhD Student, Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health at University College London

Do school-based, peer-led wellbeing interventions actually work?

Dr Larisa McLoughlin, Research Fellow, University of South Australia

Cyberbullying and social connectedness

Mishika Mehrotra, PhD student, University of Cambridge

How important is dinnertime conversation?

Dr Ola Demkowicz, Lecturer in Psychology of Education, University of Manchester

Girls’ mental health: risks and resilience

Emre Deniz, PhD student at the Psychology in Education Research Centre, University of York

The impact of sibling bullying

Dr Miriam Rahali, Visiting Fellow in the Department of Media and Communications and Professor Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, both at LSE.

#SponsoredAds: the impact of influencers on children

Dr Mimi Tatlow-Golden, Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology and Childhood at The Open University (UK)

Is fun just a frivolity?

Dr Rachel Nesbit, Postdoctoral Research Fellow based in the Children and Young People’s Mental Health (ChYMe) Research Collaboration at the University of Exeter

Facilitating adventurous play in schools

Professor Charlotte Markey, Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University

Boys’ body image

Dr Jo Van Herwegen, Associate Professor in Developmental Psychology at the UCL Institute of Education

Busting neuromyths

Nora Trompeter, PhD student at Macquarie University, Australia

Eating disorder symptoms and the need to increase mental health literacy

Dr Hope Christie, University of Edinburgh and Dr Lucy Hiscox,  University of Bath.

The impact of the pandemic on parents and carers

Stepheni Uh, PhD student and Gates Cambridge Scholar at the University of Cambridge’s MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit

Identifying warning signs of teenage self-harm in early childhood

Dr Serena Bauducco, Post-doctoral researcher in the department of psychology at Örebro University in Sweden

The impact of school-based sleep interventions

Professor Helen Dodd, Professor of Child Psychology at the University of Reading

How adventurous play could reduce the risk of childhood anxiety

Dr Jerica Radez, Trainee Clinical Psychologist at The Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research

Encouraging help-seeking for teens with anxiety or depression

Dr Jesus Alfonso D. Datu, wellbeing scientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling

The power of kindness and its impact on media literacy

Simon Brett, PhD candidate and child and young person psychological wellbeing practitioner

Treating teen depression in schools