Emma Chatwin

Emma is interested in cognitive, visual and motor development across the lifespan, with a special focus on neurodevelopmental conditions such as Developmental Coordination Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Before joining Birmingham City University, Emma obtained funding from the Economic and Social Research Council to complete PhD studies at University College London and is currently writing up her thesis entitled “Measuring visual (oculomotor) differences in children diagnosed with Developmental Coordination Disorder, and the impact they might have on motor skills needs in everyday tasks (recreational, educational and self-care). Emma has a wealth of experience in both research and teaching, having taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate level at several HEIs across the UK.

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