Donna Bryce completed her PhD in 2011. The research was on the development of and relationships between metacognitive skills and executive functions, and supervised jointly by Dr Denes Szucs (Dept. of Experimental Psychology) and Dr David Whitebread (Faculty of Education), University of Cambridge. As part of this, she conducted an EEG study focusing on the development of inhibitory control. Prior to studying in Cambridge, Donna completed a BSc in Psychology at the University of Durham. After finishing her PhD in Cambridge, Donna took up the post of Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Developmental Neuroscience Unit at Anna Freud Centre/UCL on an EEG study examining executive functions and emotion regulation in adolescent boys with conduct disorder.