Georgia Lockwood Estrin

Georgia Lockwood-Estrin

Senior Lecturer

Global mental health, developmental psychology, child development, autism

, School of Psychology

Georgia is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology.

Qualifications

  • PhD
  • MSc
  • BSc

Areas Of Interest

Child development, autism, global mental health, developmental psychology

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OVERVIEW

Georgia's research interests lie in neurodevelopment, culture and autism, global mental health, women's mental health and neuro-ethics. Her current Wellcome Trust funded fellowship focuses on the interface between developmental neuroscience and public health, and specifically in the translation of neuroscientific methods into global mental health to improve identification of children with developmental disorders in low-resource settings. Her research interests extend to the impact and intersection between socio-economic factors, culture and autism, and barriers to diagnosis in low-resource settings. To read her papers and book chapters in these areas, please see her Google Scholar profile.  

External roles

  • Senior Management Committee for Child Development Group, Sangath 

MOST RECENT RESEARCH

  • S. Bhavnani* & G. Lockwood Estrin*, R. Haartsen, SKG. Jensen, T. Gliga, V. Patel, MH. Johnson. EEG signatures of cognitive and social development of preschool children - a systematic review. PLOS One (2021) PLOS ONE, 16  doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0247223; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33606804/ 

* Joint first authors, in alphabetical order

 

  • S. Bhavnani* & G. Lockwood Estrin*, R. Arora, D. Kumar, M. Kalra, M. Juneja, S. Gulati, V. Patel, G. Divan. "I was confused … and still am" Barriers impacting the help-seeking pathway for an autism diagnosis in urban North India - a mixed methods study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2021) 1-11.; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34014464/ 

* Joint first authors, in alphabetical order

  • G. Lockwood Estrin* & V. Milner*, D. Spain, Happé, E. Colvert. Barriers to Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis for Young Women and Girls: a Systematic Review. Rev J Autism Dev Disord. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40489-020-00225-8

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