Projects per year
Membership secretary (2017-2020): Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP)
Executive Committee: UK Attachment Network: www.ukattachmentnetwork.co.uk
Psychological health and wellbeing in transition to university
Dr Judi Walsh gained her degree and PhD at the University of Birmingham, and joined UEA in 2004.
Judi's research and scholarship looks wellbeing and psychological health, particularly in times of transition, like becoming a parent or entering higher education. She is also interested in widening participation and inclusive education.
Level 4: Developmental Psychology; Qualitative analysis
Level 6: Family Life
Level 6: Research Project (Qual)
Master's Supervision Topics
- Experiences in identity during transition, like coming to university or becoming a parent.
- Experiences and inclusivity in education
Areas Of Expertise
RELATIONSHIPS||PARENTING||PREGNANCY||PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH||HIGHER EDUCATION
Key Research Interests and Expertise
I'm interested in identity and wellbeing, particularly in times of transition, like becoming a parent or entering higher education.
Current research students:
Carys Seeley: Children's understanding of death.
Recent research students:
Sophie Bagge (2019): A Journey from Science to Art: Valuing the voices of women in the exploration of traumatic childbirth and perinatal mental health.
Jessica Brennan (2017): The developmental trajectory of the caregiving behavioural system through pregnancy and the first year of motherhood
Ella Mickleburgh (2017): Adult attachment orientations and information processing (Primary supervisor Dr Andrew Bayliss)
Jinnie Ooi (2016): Anxiety-related cognitions in close relationships.
Gareth Edwards (2016): Social orienting in gaze-based interactions (Primary supervisor Dr Andrew Bayliss)
Teaching Co-Director (with Dr Victoria Scaife)
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Birmingham
Award Date: 1 Jan 2001
Bachelor of Science, University of Birmingham
Award Date: 1 Jan 1996
External Examiner, University of Southampton
2019 → 2022
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24/02/14 → 23/02/17
29/03/12 → 12/07/12
Acceptability and feasibility of collecting psychosocial data from fathers of very low birth weight infantsBagge, S., Westgate, B., Few, K., Clarke, P., Adlam, A., Walsh, J. & O'Brien, M., 1 Sep 2017, In: Journal of Child Health Care. 21, 3, p. 283-291 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)8 Downloads (Pure)
Darwin, Z. & Walsh, J., Aug 2017, Biopsychosocial Factors in Obstetrics and Gynaecology . Edozien, L. C. & O'Brien, P. M. S. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › ChapterOpen AccessFile10 Downloads (Pure)
Ooi, J., Dodd, H. F., Stuijfzand, B. G., Walsh, J. & Broeren, S., Dec 2016, In: Behaviour Research and Therapy. 87, p. 23-33 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)4 Downloads (Pure)
Ooi, J., Dodd, H. & Walsh, J., Nov 2015, In: Journal of Child and Family Studies. 24, 11, p. 3413-3422
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile7 Citations (Scopus)8 Downloads (Pure)
Brennan, J. & Walsh, J., 26 Nov 2015, Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology: Special Issue: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after Birth. 3 ed. Taylor & Francis, Vol. 33. p. e40 1 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution