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Dr Helen Marwick

Senior Lecturer

Education

Personal statement

Helen Marwick is a developmental psychologist in the School of Education, who lectures on child development and on autism, and has researched extensively on social interactions, communicative development and interpersonal understanding. She is currently involved in research on intersubjectivity and social engagement, and on conceptual development within autism spectrum disorders, and has developed the Joint-Play Intersubjectivity Assessment Method (JPIAM), also known as  ‘Playboxes’, which promotes and assesses active interpersonal engagement and communication, and which is being used in a number of school settings across Scotland and internationally. Helen is a member of international research groups investigating neurodevelopmental disorders and social communication, and is a regular invited addressee and keynote speaker at international conferences.

Publications

Intersubjective philosophical connection in young school age children on the autism spectrum
Marwick Helen, Cassidy Claire
British Psychological Society Developmental Section Annual Conference, (2017)
Intersubjective connection and co-creation in symbolic play and emotional interaction in young school age children
Marwick Helen, White E. Jayne
British Psychological Society, Developmental Section Conference. Stratford-upon-Avon., (2017)
Intersubjective experience in very young infants in group based nursery settings : an international study
Marwick Helen, White E. Jayne
British Psychological Society, Developmental Section Conference. Stratford-upon-Avon., (2017)
Children's places in transitions to ECEC : a Finnish case
Rutanen Niina, White Jayne, Marwick Helen
27th European Early Childhood Educational Research Association Conference, (2017)
Philosophy with Children, self-regulation and engaged participation for children with emotional-behavioural and social communication needs
Cassidy Claire, Marwick Helen, Deeney Lynn, McLean Gillian
Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, pp. 1-38, (2017)
Fostering citizenship in marginalised children through participation in Community of Philosophical Inquiry
Cassidy Claire, Marwick Helen, Deeney Lynn, McLean Gillian, Rogers Kirsten
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, (2017)

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Professional activities

Marwick, H (2014) Developments in symbolic play and expressive language of children with autism through the use of ‘Playboxes’: The Joint-Play Intervention Method. Autism Network Scotland Learning Event.February, 2014
Invited speaker
2014
The Royal Society of New Zealand. Indigenous Research Conference, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand, April 2014
Invited speaker
2014
Internarnational Seminar Series, Action on Autism Research
Invited speaker
2013

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Projects

Action on Autism Research seminar series
Robinson, Anna (Co-investigator) Dunlop, Aline-Wendy (Principal Investigator) Marwick, Helen (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Apr-2013 - 16-Jun-2014
Developing workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion
Marwick, Helen (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Jan-2014 - 31-Dec-2014
Action on Autism Research seminar series
Dunlop, Aline-Wendy (Principal Investigator) Marwick, Helen (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Apr-2013 - 31-Oct-2015
Support for Learning Programme - Autism Toolkit
Dunlop, Aline-Wendy (Principal Investigator) Marwick, Helen (Co-investigator)
Period 26-Mar-2008 - 30-Sep-2008

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