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Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
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Georgia Spiliotopoulou

Brunel University, United Kingdom


Prior to joining the Brunel School of Health Sciences and Social Care, Georgia worked in physical, learning disabilities and children’s settings both in Greece and in the UK. Her doctoral research explored the impact of cognitive skills on school-aged children’s reading ability. As part of her research, she pilot-tested assessment tools for children’s working memory and metamemory. She is interested in quantitative research focusing on outcome measures, assistive technology, quality of life of people with long-term conditions and effectiveness of provision of occupational therapy services.

Research Interest

Evidence-based practice using mostly quantitative approaches, Development of assessment tools, Evaluation of reliability and validity of assessment tools, Assistive technology, Quality of life of people with long-term conditions, Effectiveness of provision of occupational therapy services, Practice guidelines development