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Aunnika Short

DPhil Candidate

My research focuses on intervention development for neurodivergent children experiencing motor delays. I am exploring the underlying mechanisms of effective interventions, such as audiovisual reward systems and social interaction. Current research also involves incorporating the public opinion of individuals with disabilities to ensure their interests are represented in future research. 

I am supervised by Gaia Scerif and Alexandra Hendry. Prior to my DPhil, I completed a Master of Education degree in Child Studies (Vanderbilt University) and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Social Behavior (University of California, Irvine).