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Work with King's
We have particular interest in the development of methodology that illuminates and explains the complexity of developmental change and continuity, especially in the early years of life. We provide active collaboration with a number of cohorts that each give unique insight into particular aspects of development (see projects page).
We are particularly interested in methodology for formulating efficient contrasts from multivariate response profiles, for example differences in persistence or divergence; latent decomposition of response profiles that map onto development theory and details of experimental settings; combining information obtained from studies with different measures e.g. spanning extended periods of development or multiple studies; and analyzing studies with a multiphase design.
Professor of Biostatistics and Psychological Methods
Wirral Child Health and Development Study (WCHADS)
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British Autism Sibling Infant Study (BASIS and i-BASIS)
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Additional projects in which we work closely are collaborative with the Dept. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, notably the (Special Needs in Autism) SNAP and QUEST autism clinical cohorts.
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