Dr Sinead Rhodes is a Senior Research Fellow and Associate Principal Investigator. She is interested in the cognitive factors underlying behaviour and learning.
Sinéad is a developmental psychologist who is interested in the cognitive factors underlying behaviour and learning. Her research has principally focused on cognition, especially memory and associated executive functions, in children with neurodevelopmental disorders, including ADHD, ASD and Williams syndrome.
She also examines cognitive factors underlying mental health especially depression and anxiety, and is particularly interested in cognition and depression within the context of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Sinéad is extensively involved in public engagement activities: she is the founder of the Research the Headlines project and was awarded the 2017 Royal Society of Edinburgh Innovators Public Engagement Prize.
Sinead is an Emeritus member of the Young Academy of Scotland.
Margarita Kanevski – PhD student