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Professor Christopher Jarrold


I completed a degree in Cambridge in 1990, followed by a Ph.D. on pretend play in autism in Sheffield, and then a post-doctoral position in Cambridge working on executive control in autism. I came to Bristol in 1996. I was Honorary Secretary of the Experimental Psychology Society from 2007 to 2010, and am a core member of the Bristol Autism Research Group. In 2000 I received the British Psychological Society’s Neil O’Connor Award for research in developmental disabilities, and in 2015 I was elected as the winner of the Experimental Psychology Society's 14th Mid Career Award.