CEDAR Seminar Series

Understanding atypical patterns of autism in individuals with genetic syndromes associated with intellectual disability

Caitlin Murray Dr Jo Moss, Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Surrey, opened the February CEDAR seminar by sharing ...
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Back to Basics: Parent Child Relationships in Families with Children who have Typical and Atypical Development

Professor Carlo Schuengel opened his CEDAR seminar series talk by reflecting on the pandemic and what a special time it ...
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“My cheeks get red and my brain gets scared” – learning about anxiety in children with autism

Associate Professor, Dawn Adams, began her CEDAR Seminar Series talk by highlighting her research focus on autism and anxiety and ...
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The Hidden Face of Autism

Wenyuan Liu Professor Mandy opened the seminar with some general thoughts about autism, particularly the history and changes in how ...
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A History of Controversies over the treatment of autism with behavioural therapies

Nikita Hayden Milana Aronov opened her CEDAR Seminar Series talk by highlighting how relatively under-explored autism is in the humanities. ...
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