Dr Amy Bird
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
Qualifications: PhD, PGDipClinPsyc
Anxiety; Child Behaviour; Human Behaviour; Human Development and Education; Psychology; Social Science Research; Youth
Dr Bird is a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and a Registered Clinical Psychologist. Dr Bird has practiced clinically for over ten years in New Zealand and Australia.
Dr Bird's has research interests in developmental and clinical psychology. She has a particular focus on parent-child relationships and interactions, and the association with children's social and emotional development. Dr Bird also has expertise in longitudinal research and has continuing involvement with Growing Up in New Zealand where she is co-Domain Leader of the Family and Whānau Research Theme.
Thornley, S., Bach, K., Bird, A., Farrar, R., Bronte, S., Turton, B., . . . Grant, C. (2020). What factors are associated with early childhood dental caries? A longitudinal study of the Growing Up in New Zealand cohort. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. doi:10.1111/ipd.12686
Kim, Y., Bird, A., Peterson, E., Underwood, L., Morton, S. M. B., & Grant, C. C. (2020). Maternal Antenatal Depression and Early Childhood Sleep: Potential Pathways Through Infant Temperament. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsaa001
Atatoa Carr, P., Reese, E., Bird, A. L., Bandara, D. K., Grant, C. C., & Morton, S. M. B. (2019). Caring for our infants: parents’ antenatal childcare intentions and nine-month reality. Early Years, 39(1), 17-35. doi:10.1080/09575146.2017.1323186
McDaid, F., Underwood, L., Fa'Alili-Fidow, J., Waldie, K. E., Peterson, E. R., Bird, A., . . . Morton, S. (2019). Antenatal depression symptoms in Pacific women: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care, 11(2), 96-108. doi:10.1071/HC18102
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