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Henna Ahmed

Research Assistant


Henna joined the CNE to work as Research Assistant on the EEF/Wellcome Trust's GraphoGame Rime project. The research involves helping children learn to read using a specially designed computer game that develops their phonological awareness through rhyme analogy.

Henna is currently a Research Assistant working on the BabyRhythm project, a longitudinal study that uses EEG, eye-tracking, motion capture, and a range of language measures to study language development.

Henna received her BSc Psychology from Aston University. She worked at the University of Birmingham for one year on a study to investigate social cognition in children and adults with rare intellectual disabilities as well as ASD.