Prof Neil Humphrey will be answering your questions in our live online Q&A, Thursday 15 May 2014, 12.30pm (GMT).
Neil Humphrey is Research Co-ordinator and Professor of Psychology of Education at University of Manchester, and we are very pleased to announce that he will be answering your questions on bullying on Thursday 15 May.
Neil studied Psychology at the University of Liverpool from 1995-1998. He then went on to study for a PG Cert in Learning and Teaching and a PhD in Education at Liverpool John Moores University from 1998-2001. He worked for a year at the University of Bolton from 2001-2002, before taking up a lectureship in psychology of education at the University of Manchester in 2002. He became a senior lecturer in 2007, and was promoted to Professor of Psychology of Education in 2010.
Neil spoke at our conference 'Disorder or Difference' in November 2012. We are delighted that Neil will also be taking part in The Autism Matters Theatre at The Autism Show Manchester on Friday 27 June 2014, where Neil will also be discussing the topic of bullying.
If you have a question for Neil, join us live on Thursday 15 May. You can also email us in advance with your question: Anoushka Pattenden at email@example.com
Simply visit this page again on Thursday 15 May 2014, 12.30-1.30pm GMT. You will see the Q&A taking place in the window below. You can choose to follow the conversation without interacting, or submit a question to Neil using the comments box (which you will see below once the event is live).
Please note your question will not immediately appear in the conversation. We will monitor questions as they come in and publish as appropriate. There may not be time to answer them all but we will try our best.
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Please note: the views expressed by Neil Humphrey are personal views and do not necessarily represent the views of Research Autism.