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The role of schools in supporting the mental health of neurodiverse young people: a mixed method study

Children and young people who have a neurodevelopmental condition such as ADHD or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and those with additional learning needs (ALN) /special educational needs, are at greater risk of poor academic attainment, school exclusion and absence. Read more

PhD Studentship in Lifecourse Epidemiology & Public Mental Health

  Research Group: Mental Health and Addiction
The Department of Health Sciences, University of York, and the Bradford Institute for Health Research invite applications for a fully-funded full-time PhD studentship to start in September 2022. The project is on childhood mental health and early life experience funded by the Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration (YHARC). . Read more

Vocational dance training: An opportunity to thrive or a risk factor for young people’s mental health?

Vocational dance training. An opportunity to thrive or a risk factor for young people’s mental health?. Fulfilling one’s potential by becoming the best dancer one can become and joining a professional dance company is a dream of many young people, who enter vocational dance training. Read more

Deriving mental and emotional states from movement co-ordination patterns

A number of commercial software exists that allow deriving emotions of users based on their facial expressions (e.g. a smiley face is typically interpreted as a happy state, whereas a frowning face is often seen as representing angry or sad state). Read more

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