ICARUS Integrated Clinical-Computational Affective Research Unit 

I am a final year trainee clinical psychologist at UCL. I did my undergraduate at Robinson College, Cambridge followed by a masters in Child and Adolescent Mental Health at UCL. After that, I completed my PhD at King’s College London looking at affective and neurocognitive mechanisms associated with restricted, repetitive behaviours in autism. During my PhD, I developed an interest in computational modeling and used models to examine probabilistic reversal learning in relation to insistence on sameness behaviours across development. I am particularly interested in the use of these methods within clinical psychology research in order to better understand the nuances of learning and decision-making processes in relation to mental health symptomatology and neurodiversity. Currently, my project seeks to understand the mechanisms of change underpinning behavioural activation for depression.

See Daisy Crawley’s papers on the Research page