104 - Basic Psychological Processes
- Influence of socio-cultural systems (such as family, school, and peers) on social-cognitive functioning and externalizing problems during middle childhood and early adolescence. How family socialization practices and peer relationships affect social-cognitive development (e.g. interpersonal understanding), academic skills, and externalizing problems (e.g., aggression) during middle childhood and early adolescence.
- Queen Elizabeth II Master's Award 2009/2010