Katrina McLaughlin


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    United Kingdom

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PhD projects

Parenting, Childhood Adversity and the Evaluation of Psychosocial Interventions.


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My research interests centre around parent child interactions and the evaluation of psychosocial interventions aimed at improving outcomes for children and young people. Of particular interest is how adversity affects family processes and the impact on familial and child outcomes. I am experienced in both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and have worked on a range of evaluations of interventions, aimed at improving the psychological, social, cognitive and educational outcomes for both parents and children.



PSY1010 - Using Psychology in Everyday Life

PSY7092 - Application of Psychology in the Real World


MSc in the Psychology of Childhood Adversity

PSY7080 - Improving Outcomes using Evidence Based Interventions (Module coordinator)

PSY7036 - Childhood Adversity in Applied Contexts (Module coordinator)


I also supervise a number of masters students. 


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