Dr Chiara Horlin
- Lecturer (Psychology)
usually Thursdays 12-2pm but subject to change
BSc (Hons) - University of Western Australia PhD - University of Western Australia My research interests predominantly involve understanding the experience of individuals living with a diagnosis of autism and their families. Additionally I have previously, or am currently, researching; - experiences of neurodiversity, particularly the experience of women identifying as autistic or ADHD - Eustress, and the positive mental health benefits of risk-taking - sex differences in intelligence and cognitive abilities, - empathy and its atypical development, - gender identity and gender expression, - sexism and attitudes women and victims of sexual violence. I am currently actively involved in establishing a research team here at the University of Glasgow, and partnering in projects taking place in Sweden, the United States, and Australia.
- Margaret S. Martin