Children's cognitive development
Examining how soci-economic factors and cognitive skills interact in early life to predict foundational skills at school entry. 
Contact | Dr Liam Hill | l.j.hill@leeds.ac.uk | 0113 343 5726

Professor Mark Mon-Williams (MMW) holds a Chair in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Leeds, and is Professor of Psychology at the Bradford Institute of Health Research and Professor of Paediatric Vision at The Norwegian Centre for Vision. Professor Mon-Williams leads a  number of projects within the Healthy children, healthy families theme. 

Ambiguity and it's implications for models of word comprehension
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

An investigation in to the association between genotype and cognitive, motor and behavioural phenotype
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Classroom handwriting intervention 
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Developing low cost assessments of neurological status of children
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Faster kids intervention 
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Language and memory function in typically and atypically developing children
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Motor assessment in children with developmental disorder
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Physical activity as a state that may boost memory consolidation and learning
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Postural measurement of children in the classroom setting
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Surveillance of motor skills and co-ordination disorders in primary school children
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk

Systematic review of motor interventions
Contact | Professor Mark Mon-Williams | M.Mon-Williams@leeds.ac.uk