Professor of Developmental Psychopathology
- Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
My research focuses on the impact of early life stress on psychological and behavioral development. In particular, my research examines the effects of bullying and maltreatment on young people’s mental health and wellbeing. My research integrates methods from social epidemiology, developmental psychology and behavioral genetics in order to understand the complex genetic and environmental influences that promote resilience to victimization and early life stress. The aim of this research is to guide intervention work by identifying protective factors that promote lifelong resilience.
Children's resilience to sibling victimization: The role of family, peer, school, and neighborhood factors.
Sellars E. et al, (2023), Dev Psychopathol, 1 - 15
Social Norms Predict Bullying: Evidence from an Anti-Bullying Intervention Trial in Indonesia
Zaneva M. et al, (2023), International Journal of Bullying Prevention
What Happens to Children’s Mental Health and Peer Relationships During Periods of Restricted and Unrestricted Social Interactions? Results From the Co-SPACE Study in Primary School-Aged Children
Guzman Holst C. et al, (2023), JAACAP Open
Heterogeneity in children's reading comprehension difficulties: A latent class approach
James E. et al, (2023), JCPP Advances
Examining Children and Adolescent Mental Health Trajectories during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from a year of the Co-SPACE Study
Guzman Holst C. et al, (2023)