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Charlotte Huggins is a post-doctoral Research Fellow in the Generation Scotland team, who also works on the National Core Studies in collaboration with other UK research cohorts. Previously, they completed their PhD at Univerity of Aberdeen, examining the role of emotional self-awareness in autism, and its impact on mental health. 

Their current research focuses on the impact of the pandemic on health and well-being, particularly in adolescents.

Research Interests

  • Well-being and mental health in autism
  • Predictors of health and well-being in adolescence
  • The role of emotional awareness in mental health
  • Cross-cultural differences in emotional communication


Education/Academic qualification

Mental Health, Doctor in Philosophy, University of Aberdeen


Award Date: 6 Apr 2021

Clinical & Forensic Psychology, Master in Science, Newcastle University



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