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  Using child maintenance as a tool to enhance the circumstances, outcomes and wellbeing of lone mothers and children.
  Research Group: Institute for Social Policy, Housing and Equalities Research
  Prof G Bramley
Application Deadline: 29 April 2019
When lone-mothers receive child maintenance the risk of poverty reduces and the poverty gap closes by 30% in the UK. Child maintenance is where a non-resident parent regularly gives money to the parent with whom the child lives most of the time as a contribution towards the costs of raising a child.
  (Structured PhD) Child and Youth Research
 The PhD in Child and Youth Research is a four year full-time or six year part-time structured PhD programme delivered as part of a collaboration between the School of Psychology and the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre (CFRC) at the School of Political Science and Sociology.
  Promoting positive parenting: Evaluating the impact of ‘kitbag’ tools and strategies to promote maternal and child mental health in diverse settings.
  Dr M Clark
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for a 3-year full time or 5 year part time /self-funded PhD Studentship starting February 2019. Maternal and child mental health is a global public health priority (WHO 2013, WHO 2018).
  Exploring ‘child’ to parent violence
  Research Group: Criminology and Sociology
  Prof C Rogers
Applications accepted all year round
To what extent is child to parent violence recognised within the legal system, as adults with challenging behaviours commit acts of violence against their parents and how is this experienced as an everyday occurrence?.
  Comparing the utility of different reporters in understanding child psychopathology
  Dr R Rowe, Dr CB Stride
Applications accepted all year round
Clinicians often receive information from multiple informants (e.g., parents, teachers, and children) when assessing psychopathology in children and adolescents.
  The Epigenetics of Child Language - exploring the involvement of DNA methylation in the development of languageskills in children.
  Dr G Sharp
Applications accepted all year round
Oral Language skills are essential to everyday life. Most children acquire them effortlessly but. some are “language impaired”. It is currently unclear what causes this variability between.
  Putting the ‘C’ into CBT: using translational cognitive neuroscience to understand treatment response in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  Dr O Robinson, Prof R Shafran, Prof G Lewis
Application Deadline: 22 April 2019
The new Institute of Mental Health at UCL is seeking a PhD student to work on an interdisciplinary project exploring the cognitive factors underlying CBT.
  PhD programmes in Education
 . Mary Immaculate College (MIC) offers a diverse suite of postgraduate programmes in Education to masters and doctoral level.
  Online analysis of brain oscillations during infants’ social interactions
  Dr S Hunnius, Dr Robert Oostenveld
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
For infants, observing and interacting with others is a crucial aspect of social development. This research project will increase our understanding of infants’ neural processing during social interactions.
  Assessing and improving the reliability of memory evidence from children
  Dr M. Colloff, Dr H Flowe
Applications accepted all year round
Last year, 1 in 10 children were victims of crime (ONS, 2018). The number of children contributing memory evidence by providing police statements and courtroom testimony has increased by 60% according to the most recently available data (2006-2009; Plotnikoff & Woolfson, 2011).
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