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UK Fellow, Psychology, elected in 1996

Professor Judith Dunn FBA


Current post

  • Emeritus Professor of Developmental Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London

Past Appointments

  • Medical Research Council Senior Scientific Officer, University of Cambridge, 1974 - 1986
  • Distinguished Professor of Human Development, Penn State University, 1986 - 1994
  • Medical Research Council Research Professor, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience University of London, 1994


Young children's close relationships (1993)

Separate lives: why siblings are so different (1990)

The beginning of social understanding (1988)

Other Psychology Fellows

Professor Ann Phoenix

Social identities; psychosocial processes; parenting practices and everyday family lives; intersectionality; young people; racialisation, ethnicity and gender; narrative research and mixed methods

Professor Francesca Happé

Typical and atypical socio-cognitive development, with particular focus on impairments and assets in autism spectrum disorder

Professor Oliver Braddick

Visual perception and its development in early childhood; in particular, spatial, motion, binocular vision, and vision for action, and their underlying brain mechanisms in typical development and developmental disorders

Professor Chris Brewin

Clinical psychology; phenomenology, diagnosis, neural basis, & treatment of depression & post-traumatic stress disorder; psychological care following major incidents

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