Hannah started her PhD in October 2010 within the School of Social Work and Psychology as a part time student. She gained a 2:1 from the University of Kent in BSc Psychology in 2009. Since this time, Hannah was been working as an Assistant Psychologist at the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre. Her work involves undertaking qEEG and cognitive assessments with children with ADHD and other neurodevelopmental conditions.
Key Research Interests
Hannah’s research interest is understanding the effect of stimulant medication and neurofeedback and the impact this has on children with ADHD. The study proposes to use quantitative EEGs in addition to ADHD rating scales and computer concentration tests.
Professor Phillip Corr (Primary Supervisor)
Neil Rutterford (Secondary Supervisor), Director at the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre