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Prof Pasco Fearon
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Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology
1-19 Torrington Place
London
WC1E 7HB.
Tel:  +44 (0) 20 7679 1244 (x41244)
Fax: 00+44-207-679-1989
Appointment
  • Chair in Developmental Psychopathology
  • Clinical, Educational & Hlth Psychology
  • Div of Psychology & Language Sciences
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Research Summary

My research focuses on the mechanisms of socio-emotional development and the processes involved in risk for psychopathology. I am particularly interested in the intersection between social and biological processes in children's development, and accordingly I use a range of diverse methods, including observational techniques for measuring family processes (attachment, parenting), quantitative and molecular genetics for examining genes and gene-environment interactions, and biological measurements for capturing peripheral physiology (e.g. cortisol, heart rate) and brain function (EEG, fMRI). As my primary interest is in development, much of my work involves longitudinal cohort studies, and multivariate longitudinal data analysis.

Teaching Summary

Taught Courses

  • Joint Course Director for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Academic Background
2004 DClinPsy Doctorate in Clinical Psychology University of Wales, Bangor
1999 PhD Doctor of Philosophy University College London
1996 MA Master of Arts University of Cambridge
1993 BA Bachelor of Arts University of Cambridge
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