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Miss Athina Manoli MSc BSc

Postgraduate research student

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Miss Athina Manoli is Postgraduate research student within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

BSc Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Leicester (June 2013)

MSc Foundations of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Southampton (September 2014)

Research interests

Recent studies have reported that up to half of children and young people diagnosed with ADHD show internalising symptoms, including anxiety. Working with families whose child has been diagnosed with ADHD, the aim of this project is to explore the nature of comorbid anxiety symptoms in ADHD. It will consider attentional processes and emotional regulation in children diagnosed with ADHD, anxiety and comorbid ADHD/anxiety. Its objective is to start to develop a theoretical framework to understand causal links between anxiety and ADHD and their co-occurrence over time

Supervisors: Dr Julie Hadwin, Professor Simon Liversedge, Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Dr Margaret Thompson and Dr Andrew Sibley

Funding Body: Solent NHS Trust and VC Scholarship, Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Southampton

Research group

Developmental Brain-Behaviour Laboratory (DBBL)

Affiliate research group

Miss Athina Manoli
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