Amanda Ludlow


Willingness to take PhD students


PhD projects

Dr Ludlow has several ongoing research projects including one on the effect of atypical language development on different cognitive processes such as reading styles and emotion processing (in collaboration with the ICMS, Marseille, France). Another of her collaborative research interests involves the processing of colour in both typical and atypical populations. She is also interested in the impact of sensory deficits (eg, blindness, deafness) on the emotional development of children. Another of her research interests is developmental psychopathology and she currently has projects related to both conduct and attachment disorders. She has co-authored a book on developmental psychopathology which addresses psychopathology across the lifespan including schizophrenia, emergent personality disorders, eating disorders and substance abuse.