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Natasha Baxter
PhD student

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Biography

Studied my undergraduate degree in Psychology at Brunel University London and my master’s degree in Development, Disorders, and Clinical Practise at the University of York.

Career

  • Undergraduate, Psychology, Brunel University, England, 2019
  • Masters, ‘Development, Disorders, and Clinical Practise’, University of York, England, 2020

Research

Overview

The role of alexithymia and mood problems in emotion recognition and eye contact abnormalities in autism

Projects

Investigating emotion recognition abilities in autistic individuals in comparison to typically developed individuals to ascertain whether alexithymia or mood problems such as depression and anxiety predict abnormal emotion recognition and eye contact in autistic individuals. 

Research group(s)

EMERALD lab

Grants

Psychology department studentship

Collaborators

Dr Hannah Hobson

Teaching

Publications

 

Contact details

Natasha Baxter
PhD student
Department of Psychology
University of York