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In conversation with Ruth Collier-Large, a new PhD student in the School of Psychology & Counselling at The Open University

Photo credit: Upsplash Sue: Welcome to the Open Psychology Research Centre. You’ve recently started a PhD in the School of Psychology & Counselling at The Open University and you are researching the topic of non-speaking autism. Can you tell us a bit about your background and how you became interested in these questions? Ruth: I’ve… Continue reading In conversation with Ruth Collier-Large, a new PhD student in the School of Psychology & Counselling at The Open University

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Autism, school education and teachers’ beliefs

Dr Helen Kaye from the School introduces a new article about research conducted in Indonesia. In a recent article, together with Kieron Sheehy, a Psychologist and Professor of Education in WELS, and two research colleagues, Dr Budiyanto and Khofidotur Rofiaha from the State University of Surabaya (UNESA) in East Java, I published findings on teachers’ beliefs about the… Continue reading Autism, school education and teachers’ beliefs