I joined the Centre for Family Research in November 2016 as a Research Assistant working on the follow-up study of gay father adoptive families, supervised by Professor Susan Golombok. This study seeks to explore psychological outcomes of adopted children in gay father, lesbian mother and heterosexual parent families.
I graduated with a First Class Honors (BA) from the University of Cambridge in 2015, having read Politics, Psychology and Sociology. I then went straight on to study my MSc at King's College London, in Mental Health Studies, where I graduated with a distinction. My MSc thesis explored the role of social capital in predicting transitions from At Risk Mental State to frank Psychosis and the impact such transitioning may have upon an individual's functioning.
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Ayed, N., Toner, S., Priebe, S. What does resilience mean in adult mental health research? A conceptual review with a systematic search. In Preparation. PROSPERO 2016: CRD42016047894 Available from http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.asp?ID=CRD42016047894
Kirkbride J,B , Laeber L, Ayed N, Reininghaus U, Jones P,B. The Social Environment Assessment Tool [SEAT]: Development and psychometric properties. In Preparation.