Professor of Psychology, Cardiff University

Meredith's research interests are in cognition and development, and she conducts her research with infants, children, and adults. Her research with Development@Cardiff seeks to move our understanding of cognition beyond the nature/nurture divide, asking detailed questions about how nature and nurture interact to produce thinking and reasoning. To answer these questions, human behaviour is compared across different environmental factors. Those environmental factors include parenting practices as well as the broader influence of culture and language.

Experience

  • 2014–2017
    Professsor, Cardiff University School of Psychology

Publications

  • 2013
    The dimensional arrow: Agreement in directional mapping of dimensions among Mandarin Chinese- and English-speakers., The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

Honours

Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales