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Dr Indu Dubey – University of Reading

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Dr Indu Dubey




Dr Indu Dubey is a postdoctoral Research Associate at the School of Psychology and Clinical Languages Sciences, University of Reading. She is currently working on a MRC-GCRF's project "START" with Prof. Chakrabarti. In this project she aims to develop a tablet based screening tool for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to be used by low skilled health workers.

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Before joining University of Reading, Indu completed one year postdoctoral research at Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences, UCL with Dr Hamilton exploring role of priming and anxiety on social approach behaviour of typical adults. Indu completed her PhD from the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Dr Ropar, exploring social motivation theory of social difficulties in ASD. She is also a trained Clinical Psychologist and has a more than three years' experience of working in specialised child developmental centres and psychiatric training institutes in India. Her main areas of research interest are: social difficulties in ASD and other developmental disorders, motivation and anxiety in ASD, developmental trajectory of socio-cognitive abilities in both typical and ASD groups.



1. Graduate School Travel Prize from University of Nottingham to present research at International Meeting for Autism Research (May 2015).

2. Study visit grant (£2100) from Experimental Psychological Society to visit University of Cologne (January 2015).

3. Research grant (£2000) from German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) to visit University of Cologne, Germany (May-July 2015).

4. Study visit grant from British Psychological Society (BPS) to visit University of Cologne, Germany (November 2014).

5. Research grant from BPS to present a paper at BPS Developmental Conference at Amsterdam, Netherlands (September 2014).

6. Study visit grant by Social Cognitive Neurosciences institute for presenting research and attending International Summer School SISSA, Trieste, Italy (August 2014).

7. Grindley Grant for presenting research at Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary (January 2014).

8. Research Grant for presenting research at 3rd European Workshop on Social Neuroscience, Gent, Belgium (June 2013).

9. Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship for Research Excellence (International) - fully funded PhD Scholarship, from University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (2012-2015).

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