Dr Anna Adlam
Senior Lecturer, Deputy Director of Research for Professional Doctorates

Supervision/Group

Postdoctoral researchers

  • Dr Darren Dunning Working memory training in children with brain injury
  • Beverley Garrigan UEA, Moral reasoning in young people who have survived a brain injury (with Dr Peter Langdon, University of Kent)
  • Dr Het Roberts Does working memory training reduce rumination in young people?

Postgraduate researchers

  • Sian Hocking Siblings experiences of paediatric acquired brain injury (with Dr Phil Yates, University of Exeter)
  • Jonathan Jones How Does Working Memory Training Work? Investigating the Neural Correlates of Cognitive Training in Children with ADHD. (with Dr Fraser Milton, University of Exeter)
  • Kate Littler Cognitive and affective correlates of moral development (with Dr Peter Langdon, University of Kent)
  • Steven Mahen Prospective memory intervention for children with acquired brain injury (with Dr Ingram Wright, University of Bristol)
  • Emma Matthews Working memory and attentional control in children born prematurely (with Dr Gaia Scerif, University of Oxford)

Alumni

  • Dr Amy Carroll The role of theory of mind and empathy in childen's understanding of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Now a qualified Clinical Psychologist.
  • Dr Josie Galpin Posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth in parents of infants born prematurely. Now a qualified Clinical Psychologist
  • Jonathan Jones The role of theory of mind and metacognition in children's understanding of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Completed MSc.
  • Dr Rebecca Rous Prospective memory training in children with acquired brain injury. Now a qualified clinical psychologist working with Cambridge Cognition
  • Dr Evi Stefanopoulou Working memory and Generalised Anxiety Disorder. Now clinical psychologist/researcher at Kings College London
  • Briony Westgate Placement student (2012-2013): Developing and validating a parent measure of children's working memory ability. Now completing final year of undergraduate Psychology, University of Loughborough
  • Dr Lucy Wigg Moral reasoning in young adults with acquired brain injury. Now a Clinical Psychologist

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