Keri K. Wong

Betty Behrens Research Fellow in Psychology at the University of Cambridge.

I am a junior research fellow (JRF) in Psychology, an affiliated lecturer and examiner at the Department of Psychology and Education at the University of Cambridge. More recently, I have been an ad-hoc admissions interviewer for Newnham College (2017).

My research interests include the: early assessments of childhood paranoia/suspiciousness, antisocial and aggressive behaviours, schizophrenia-spectrum disorders (schizotypal personalty disorder), and cross-cultural comparative research.

My research has been published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Psychological Assessments, and The Scientific World Journal. I currently hold the Betty Behrens Research Fellowship at Clare Hall Cambridge, an independent researcher development grant to examine the long-term effects of social mistrust on children’s wellbeing and mental health.

Please contact me if you are interested in collaborating!

 

Author: Dr Keri Wong

Keri is an Assistant Professor at the University College London, Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), Associate Fellow (AFBPsS) of the British Psychological Society and Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA). Prior to UCL, she was the former Betty Behrens Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge (Clare Hall) and received her PhD in Psychology from the University of Cambridge, and both her BA (Hons.) in Psychology and MA in Criminology from the University of Pennsylvania. She is passionate in understanding how children develop trust in others and how this relates to mental health. Currently she leads the UCL-Penn Global COVID study (www.globalcovidstudy.com/) and co-hosts the UCL podcast 'Research for the Real World'. She is also the co-director of the UCL Centre for Education in the Criminal Justice System (CJS).