Eye‐tracking for longitudinal assessment of social cognition in children born preterm – video abstract

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Video abstract from Bethan Dean on the paper ‘Eye‐tracking for longitudinal assessment of social cognition in children born preterm’, in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.

Authors; Bethan Dean, Lorna Ginnell, Victoria Ledsham, Athanasios Tsanas, Emma Telford, Sarah Sparrow, Sue Fletcher‐Watson, James P. Boardman

First published: 29 July 2020

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Dr. Bethan Dean
Dr. Bethan Dean

Bethan Dean is a paediatric registrar training to become a neonatologist. She was awarded a bachelors degree in natural sciences, specialising in experimental psychology, from Cambridge University prior to obtaining her medical degree from Oxford University. During her paediatric training, Bethan undertook a clinical research fellowship in the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health at the University of Edinburgh. She worked within the Theirworld Edinburgh Birth Cohort, a longitudinal cohort study of preterm and term-born children. Her research was focussed on the social cognitive skills of children born preterm in the preschool years and she has just submitted her PhD. She has now returned to clinical medicine to complete her sub-speciality training in neonatal medicine.

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