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Helen Marwick is a developmental psychologist in the School of Education, who lectures on child development and on autism, and has researched extensively on social interactions, communicative development and interpersonal understanding. She is currently involved in research on intersubjectivity and social engagement, and on conceptual development within autism spectrum disorders, and has developed the Joint-Play Intersubjectivity Assessment Method (JPIAM), also known as ‘Playboxes’, which promotes and assesses active interpersonal engagement and communication, and which is being used in a number of school settings across Scotland and internationally. Helen is a member of international research groups investigating neurodevelopmental disorders and social communication, and is a regular invited addressee and keynote speaker at international conferences.
Expectations and emotions concerning infant transitions to ECEC: international dialogues with parents and teachersWhite, E. J., Rutanen, N., Marwick, H., Souza Amorim, K., Karagiannidou, E. & Herold, L. K. M., 3 May 2020, In: European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. 28, 3, p. 363-374 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Eliciting student teachers' views on educational research to support practice in the modern diverse classroom: a workshop approachMcCartney, E., Marwick, H., Hendry, G. & Ferguson, E. C., 13 Sep 2018, In: Higher Education Pedagogies. 3, 1, p. 342-372 31 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile15 Downloads (Pure)
7 Nov 2014
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Organiser of major conference