CEDAR has established a unique Education and Psychology MPhil/PhD programme. The first PhD students began in 2014. We are interested in hearing from people who are thinking of pursuing a PhD in areas of CEDAR’s expertise:
- Intellectual disability, autism, developmental disabilities
- Children and/or adults with developmental disabilities and/or special educational needs
- Families or carers of people with intellectual disabilities, autism, developmental disabilities, special educational needs
- Early intervention
- Children at risk of adverse developmental outcomes because of behaviour problems or communication difficulties
- Service delivery and development for the above, e.g. reconfiguring services
- Ethical dilemmas of professionals
We have expertise in mixed methods; evaluation methods; secondary data analyses of big data.
If you are interested in doing a PhD with us, please contact CEDAR staff directly, or Kylie Gray, CEDAR's Director of Graduate Studies, for an informal chat.