Presenting my Laidlaw research

On Tuesday the 17th of November I will be presenting my Laidlaw research at the York Science Conference Student Speakers Event, alongside some fellow Laidlaw Scholars! It would be great to see some of you there to share my research and hear your questions and feedback.

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I am presenting my Laidlaw research about "Autistic females' experience of diagnosis and identification: a blog analysis." This event is being held over airmeet and the link can be found on the event's Facebook page: 

Even if you are not a scientist/science student, these projects cover a variety of topics and should be interesting and accessible for all. 

Miriam Harmens

Student, University of York

Hello, I am Miriam. I am an undergraduate Laidlaw Scholar studying at the University of York. I am interested in developmental psychology and especially Autism Spectrum Disorders. Most of my work experience is based around children with developmental disorders, but also adults with acquired brain injuries. I hope to be able to progress in my studies to complete a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and my Laidlaw research project is in this field.