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Dr Claire Barlow

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer
  • Department: School of Life Sciences and Education

Background

I graduated in 1998 from Staffordshire University with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology. I then secured a part-time lecturing post at Newcastle-Under-Lyme College, teaching A’ level and GCSE Psychology. I then returned to Staffordshire University in 1999 to begin my PhD in Developmental Psychology (focusing on cognitive development and children’s pictures) and completing my PhD in 2002. I have worked at Staffordshire University since 2003 as a lecturer/senior lecturer in Psychology.

Publications

  • Jolley, R.P., Barlow, C.M., Rotenberg, K. J. & Cox, M.V. (2017). Linear and U-shaped trends in the development of expressive drawing. Paper presented at the meeting the British Psychological Society (Developmental Section), Stratford-upon-Avon (13-15 September, 2017).

  • Jolley, R.P., Barlow, C.M., Krahenbuhl, S. & Capper, J. (2016). Children’s Event Memory Recall Using Drawings Within ‘Achieving Best Evidence’ Police Interview Guidelines. Paper Presented at the BPS Developmental Section Conference, Belfast, Sept 14-17 Sept.

  • Jolley, R. P., Barlow, C. M., Rotenberg, K. J., & Cox, M. V. (2016). Linear and U-shape trends in the development of expressive drawing from preschoolers to normative and artistic adults. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 10, 309–324.

  • Jolley, R.P., O’Kelly, R., Barlow, C.M. & Jarrold, C. (2013) Expressive drawing ability in children with autism. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 31, 143-149.

  • Barlow, C. M., Jolley, R. P. & Hallam, J. L. (2011). Drawings as memory aids: Optimising the drawing method to facilitate young children’s recall. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 480-487.

  • Barlow, C. M., Jolley, R. P., White, D. G. & Galbraith, D. (2003). Rigidity in children’s
    drawings and its relation with representational change. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 86, 124-152.