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Dr Tom Loucas

Name:
Dr Tom Loucas
Job Title:
Associate Professor
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Contact

Responsibilities

Departmental Director of Teaching and Learning; Programme Director for BSc Speech & Language Therapy

Teaching:

Disorders of communication in children

Qualifications:

BSc, MA, PhD, HCPC Registered Speech and Language Therapist

Areas of Interest

Language,communication and cognition in autism spectrum disorders (ASD); the relationship between the language impairments in ASD and specific language impairment (SLI); language and anxiety in ASD; communication interventions for individuals with ASD and SLI.

Research Specialism:

Relatively low-intensity early intervention which involves training parents of children with autism to more effectively support their child's communication development can lead to long-term reduction in autism symptoms. We plan to see if these techniques can be implemented using telemedicine.

Research groups / Centres

Publications

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Number of items: 26.

2016

2015

  • Loucas, T. (2015) Autism spectrum disorder. In: Kersner, M. and Wright, J. A. (eds.) Supporting young children with communication problems. 4th edition. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 104-118. ISBN 9781138779211

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Teaching:
Undergraduate: Disorders of communication in children; Postgraduate: Disorders of communication in children

Qualifications:
MA Philosophy and Psychology, London, PhD Psychology, London

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