Professor Linda Gilmore

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PhD (University of Queensland), Master of Educational Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (University of Queensland), Bachelor of Educational Studies (University of Queensland)

Background  Dr Linda Gilmore lectures in educational and developmental psychology in the School of Cultural and Professional Learning. She has a Masters degree in educational psychology and a PhD in the field of special education from the University of Queensland. As a psychologist with expertise in developmental and educational assessment and family support, she has a particular interest in the development of children with rare chromosome disorders. Her research interests include

  • areas of developmental and educational psychology (such as motivation, self-regulation, and parenting self-efficacy)
  • disability (particularly intellectual disability and rare chromosome disorders).

Additional information

Clinical practice and consultancy

  • Registered Psychologist with endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology. Areas of specialisation: Developmental and intellectual assessment, psycho-educational assessment, family support and parent education.
  • Board and CEDP accredited psychology supervisor
  • Consultancy: workshops for professionals and parents of children with disabilities.
Title
Sibling Influence on Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
DP190101427
Start year
2019
Keywords
Title
Investigating and Promoting Resilience in Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
DP0879793
Start year
2008
Keywords
Resilience;Intervention;Children;Disabilities;Intellectual Impairment