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Dr Charlotte Brownlow

Dr Charlotte Brownlow
Name Charlotte Brownlow
Position Senior Lecturer (Psychology)
Section School of Psychology and Counselling
Office W422C
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2982
Extension 2982
Email
Qualifications BSc(Hons) Aston , PhD Brighton

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Sociology not elsewhere classified ( 160899 )
  • Psychology not elsewhere classified ( 170199 )
  • Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified ( 111799 )

Research interests
My current research interests are related to the fields of developmental psychology, disability studies and autism. My work has primarily examined the construction of autism, drawing on politics of diversity and difference, and my most recent work has explored concepts of space and the challenges between ‘autistic’ and ‘neurodiverse’ spaces.

Professional memberships
Member of The British Psychological Society (MBPsS)
Member of The Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)

USQ Research affiliations

  • Institute for Resilient Regions (IRR)

Currently teaching courses/programs
PSY2030 Developmental Psychology

Administrative responsibilities
Program Coordinator, Psychology Honours
School Coordinator, Learning & Teaching

Research most recent
Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, H., Brownlow, C., & O’Dell, L. (in press). “What’s the point of having friends?”– reformulating notions of the meaning of friends and friendship among people with autism, Disability Studies Quarterly

Fiene, L. & Brownlow, C. (2015). Investigating Interoception and Body Awareness in Adults with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder, Autism Research.

Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, H., Brownlow, C., & O’Dell, L. (2015). “An association for all” - notions of the meaning of autistic self-advocacy politics within a parent-dominated autistic movement, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 25, 219-231.

Three Most Recent Book Chapters:

O’Dell, L. & Brownlow, C. (in press). Ethical issues for researching with children. In Jess Prior & Jo Van Herwegen (eds) Practical Research with Children, London: Routledge.

O’Dell, L. & Brownlow, C. (2015). Normative development and the autistic child. In Michelle O'Reilly & Jessica Lester (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Brownlow, C. & Lamont-Mills, A. (2015). The Production of the ‘normal child’ Exploring co-constructions of parents, children and therapists. In Michelle O'Reilly & Jessica Lester (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 233-251.



Publications in ePrints

O'Dell, Lindsay and Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, Hanna and Ortega, Francisco and Brownlow, Charlotte and Orsini, Michael (2016) Critical autism studies: exploring epistemic dialogues and intersections, challenging dominant understandings of autism. Disability and Society, 31 (2). pp. 166-179. ISSN 0968-7599

Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, Hanna and Brownlow, Charlotte and O'Dell, Lindsay (2015) An association for all: notions of the meaning of autistic self-advocacy politics within a parent-dominated autistic movement. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25 (3). pp. 219-231. ISSN 1052-9284

O'Dell, Lindsay and Brownlow, Charlotte and Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, Hanna and Orsini, Michael and Ortega, Francisco (2015) Critical autism studies: exploring epistemic dialogues and intersections, challenging dominant understandings of autism. In: 16th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology Conference, 26th-30th June 2015, Coventry, UK.

Brownlow, Charlotte and Rosqvist, Hanna Bertilsdotter and O'Dell, Lindsay (2015) Exploring the potential for social networking among people with autism: challenging dominant ideas of 'friendship'. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 17 (2). pp. 188-193. ISSN 1501-7419

Fiene, Lisa and Brownlow, Charlotte (2015) Investigating interoception and body awareness in adults with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Autism Research, 8 (6). pp. 709-716. ISSN 1939-3792

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