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Dr Emily Midouhas
312
26 Woburn Square
London
WC1H 00A
Appointment
  • Associate Professor
  • IOE - Psychology & Human Development
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

Emily is a developmental psychologist and associate professor who researches child behaviour and cognition in risky and promotive environments. Before becoming an academic, she worked in educational policy and assessment in the USA. 


Research Summary

Emily's research interests centre on the effects of social, economic and physical neighbourhood and school contexts on mental health, cognition and resilience across childhood. She examines these using advanced quantitative analyses of large-scale longitudinal cohort data. Emily is principal investigator for a British Academy grant exploring the association between outdoor air pollution, inflammation and psychological distress and a co-investigator for two ESRC grants (one exploring adverse life events, inflammation and child behaviour and the other joint trajectories of child behaviour and cognition). 


Emily is also an active member of Child Behaviour and Cognition (CuBiC) lab, http://cubiclab.weebly.com and SHINE Research lab, https://shineresearchlab.wixsite.com/home


Teaching Summary

Emily teaches primarily on the BSc/BA Psychology with Education. She is the year 3 leader for this programme. She also leads the module on Research Methods and Statistics for year 2 students and the Psychology Research Project module in year 3. 


Emily supervises master's, PhD and Doctorate of Educational Psychology students. 

Academic Background
2017 FHEA ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow – Teaching and Learning in Higher Education University College London
2012 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Developmental Psychology Institute of Education
2003 MSc Master of Science – Organisational and Social Psychology London School of Economics and Political Science
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