Assoc Prof Charlotte Brownlow
|Position||Associate Dean (Graduate Research School)|
|Section||Graduate Research School|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 2982|
|Qualifications||BSc(Hons) Aston , PhD Brighton|
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.
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
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
Beel, Nathan and Brownlow, Charlotte and Jeffries, Carla and du Preez, Jan (2019) Counseling men: treatment recommendations from Australian men’s therapists. The Journal of Men’s Studies. ISSN 1060-8265
Abel, Susan and Machin, Tanya and Brownlow, Charlotte (2019) Support, socialise and advocate: an exploration of the stated purpose of Facebook autism groups. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 61. pp. 10-21. ISSN 1750-9467
Machin, Tanya M and Brownlow, Charlotte and Jeffries, Carla H (2018) A case study of designing artificial Facebook pages: a new approach to online research [Online case study]. In: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2. Sage Publications, London, United Kingdom. ISBN 9781526435095
Brownlow, Charlotte and Werth, Shalene and Keefe, Kathleen (2018) Autism Spectrum Disorder: emotion work in the workplace. In: Work and identity: contemporary perspectives on workplace diversity. Palgrave Explorations in Workplace Stigma. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., United Kingdom, pp. 23-37. ISBN 978-3-319-73935-9
Bertilsdotter-Rosqvist, Hanna and Brownlow, Charlotte (2018) Becoming a popular girl: exploring constructions of friendships in teen magazines. In: Different childhoods: non/normative development and transgressive trajectories. Taylor & Francis (Routledge), London, United Kingdom, pp. 41-54. ISBN 978-1-138-65403-7