Connor Keating



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Experimental Psychology, Emotion, Social Cognition, Facial Expressions, Autism


Connor graduated from his undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Birmingham in 2019. Whilst completing his degree, Connor worked as a Research Assistant in the Cook Lab and assisted with our research investigating facial movement kinematics. Connor is now completing a PhD supported by the Medical Research Council doctoral development programme. His PhD aims to explore the experience, visualization and recognition of emotion in autistic and non-autistic individuals. 


BSc Psychology - University of Birmingham

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