About Down's Syndrome : Exploring the types and causes of non-compliant behaviour in children aged 5-11

Logo of the School of Psychology, Queen's University BelfastOur research aims to understand the different factors that can influence the behaviours that children show, which can be difficult for children and their families. We aim to use this information to develop helping strategies for children and their families. 

Awaiting summary of findings

Dr. Kate Woodcock – 028 9097 4886 – k.woodcock@qub.ac.uk

Luke McCann – lmccann32@qub.ac.uk

Katherine Grady – Kgrady01@qub.ac.uk

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