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Kiera Adams


DPhil Candidate

  • Clinical Social Cognition (Bird Lab)

My research explores interoception as a causal mechanism underlying the associations between various developmental conditions and mental disorders, including eating disorders, anxiety, autism and alexithymia.  

My research is funded by a Clarendon Scholarship and a Medical Sciences Division Studentship. 

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