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Jun 2023 | Department of Psychology ͣ, Department of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering b University of Surrey, Guildford, UK | This research will involve following the motor development of children with WS (aged 0 to 60 months) for up to 24 months. The findings of this research will aid the creation of international guidance on motor development in WS.More info
Dec 2019 | School of Psychology in the University of Birmingham, UK | The Stay Calm project is being led by Justin Chung, under the supervision of Dr Kate Woodcock, at the School of Psychology in the University of Birmingham, UK. This project aims to develop and evaluate an informant-report questionnaire, which will be used to assess the characteristics of emotional outbursts in more detail compared to existing measures. This will be a valuable tool for researchers and clinicians in future.Find out more
Aug 2019 | University Amsterdam | The purpose of the questionnaire is to gather experiences and knowledge about pain from people directly involved in adults with Williams, Prader-Willi, and Fragile X syndromes (such as family and Personal Support Workers). Sharing this information provides valuable insight and practical tools for dealing with pain.View details...