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9:15 AM

How do autistic adults conceptualise and recover from intimate violence and abuse


Metacognitive and system variables that influence the reliability of memory evidence provided by child witnesses

Chair: Natalie Butcher


Child Witness Expressions of Certainty Are Informative: A reanalysis and mock-crime study

Melissa Colloff

Confidence judgments and implicit measures are informative of children’s metacognitive monitoring markers of memory accuracy

Madeleine Ingham

Can children’s non-verbal behaviour be used as a reliable indicator of eyewitness identification accuracy?

Lesley Calderwood

The effect of fair lineup facial modifications on child and adult witness performance

Natalie Butcher

Preventing the school exclusion of adolescents with sight impairment: The development of a digital intervention based on adolescent and adult advisory groups

What is it about Camouflaging that is so Harmful to Autistic Adults?

Development of ReGoal, a serious mobile game-application for young people 11-16 years with conduct problems

Does the development of disgust in children depend on stomach rhythms?

Using Virtual Reality to Understand the Anxiogenic Impact of Sleep Deprivation

Teachers' Use of Humour in the Classroom

Co-producing an inclusive-care model for young people transitioning from adolescent eating disorder services to adult care: Transition for Eating Disorder Youth intervention (TEDYi)

10:35 AM


11:00 AM


Supporting students with neurodevelopmental and mental health conditions in higher education: applying knowledge from developmental and cognitive psychology


Changing the Scope of Qualitative Research to be Inclusive Across the Lifespan

Chair: Miranda Eodanable


Adolescents’ lived experiences and views of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A photovoice study

Miranda Eodanable

The impact of changing COVID restrictions on adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Carrie Ballantyne

Using Puppets to Support Children with Williams Syndrome to Be Research Participants

Fionnuala Tynan

Semantic Control influences mouse trajectories on a picture-matching task, and predicts oral coherence in the elicited speech of young adults.

Biases in face perception: Evidence from face matching tasks with own and other races, ages and species

Warning earwitnesses against misidentifications on serial and sequential voice parades

12:00 PM


12:45 PM

Early School-Age Outcomes of Children at Increased Likelihood of Communication Difficulties

Real-time planning of explorative and exploitative actions across development: An exploratory mouse-tracking study

The Development of Metacognition: Using Bayesian HMeta-d' to Assess the Confidence-Accuracy Relationship in Children and Adults

Phonological Encoding in children with Developmental Language Disorder

Motor cognition, executive function and academic and self-regulatory outcomes in the early years: The influence of educational environment. (Lightning Talk)

Experiences of not understanding how oneself and others feel in Japanese junior high school students

Long-term impact of the pandemic on children's language and socioemotional skills

The role of causal information for sequence discrimination learning in children (Lightning Talk)

"There is a silver lining to it although at the time you can't always see that" Understanding the conditions for a positive attitude towards loneliness in emerging adulthood"

Exploring language and cognitive skills in adults with developmental language disorder

Qualitative approaches to eye tracking

The winter of self: Exploring change in self-processing capacity throughout the lifespan

2:05 PM


2:30 PM

Lecture Theatre: Neil O'Conner Winner - Dr Jayne Spiller

3:00 PM

Lecture Theatre: Cognitive Keynote Talk - Professor Dagmar Divjak

3:50 PM

Lecture Theatre: Conference Close & Prizes