The University of Southampton
Psychology

Dr Julie Hadwin BA DPhil

Senior Lecturer, Developmental Psychology, Research Tutor for DEd Psych Programme

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Dr Julie Hadwin is a Senior Lecturer, Developmental Psychology within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

Previous positions

Previous positions include: Lecturer in Psychology, University of Southampton; University of Kent and Research Fellow, Institute of Psychiatry

Academic Qualifications

PhD; Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex and BA (Hons) University College of North Wales.

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Research interests

My research interests focus on understanding the emergence of anxious affect in children and adolescents Specifically I have worked to characterise attentional biases to threat in anxiety, to explore the origins of biases in parenting practices and to investigate via intervention and experimental methods the extent to which attentional control and state anxiety can moderate these threat biases.

Research group

Developmental Brain-Behaviour Laboratory (DBBL)

Research project(s)

Emotion recognition in preschool children with externalising problems

Emotion discrimination in anxiety and prosopagnosia

Eye movements in special populations

Configural processing

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I teach on (UG modules): 1005 Thinking Psychologically; 2007 Developmental Psychology; 3044 Eye movements and Visual Cognition; 3003 Literature Review; 3005 Empirical Paper; 3053 Current topics in Developmental Psychopathology

Dr Julie Hadwin
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