As part of the Co-SPACE study (COVID-19: Supporting Parents, Adolescents and Children During Pandemics), my current research is focused on understanding how children, adolescents and parents are coping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Generally, my research interests include atypical development, social attention, and autistic perception. My previous methodological experiences involve working with survey and interview data, various eye-tracking technology, and longitudinal or experimental data modelling.
EXPRESS: Attentional Bias towards Social Interactions during Viewing of Naturalistic Scenes
Skripkauskaite S. et al, (2022), Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 174702182211408 - 174702182211408
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, (2022)
Profiles of Adolescent English Gamers: exploring the interplay between time spent gaming, device type, addiction scores, and well-being (Preprint)
Skripkauskaite S. and Fazel M., (2022)
Time Spent Gaming, Device Type, Addiction Scores, and Well-being in Adolescent English Gamers: Latent Profile Analysis of the 2021 OxWell Survey Data
Skripkauskaite S. and Fazel M., (2022), JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting
Changes in UK Parental Mental Health Symptoms over 10 months of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Skripkauskaite S. et al, (2022)