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Research groups

Ning Ding

MPhil, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Co-SPACE team which focuses on mental health in family context during the COVID-19 pandemic. I am broadly interested in how specific individual factors (e.g., mental health, socioeconomic characteristics) and wider societal influences (e.g., culture, nation, lockdown policy) affect parents’ and children’s perception and management during the difficult times.

I recently completed my PhD at University of Cambridge and my research investigated the cognitive correlates and cultural contrast of pre-schoolers’ future-oriented cognition. Trained as a developmental psychologist, I am familiar with a range of behavioural tasks that assess children’s social and cognitive development.