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Sachiyo Ito-Jaeger

Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences



Sachiyo Ito-Jaeger is a Research Fellow on the AHRC-funded interdisciplinary project 'Animated Storytelling for Mental Health Literacy among Young People' (PI: Professor Paul Crawford), investigating the effect of newly developed digital animations on mental health literacy (knowledge and recognition of mental disorders, help-seeking efficacy, stigma related to mental disorders) among young people.

Prior to joining the University of Nottingham, Sachiyo worked as a post-doctoral researcher for the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development in the United States. She holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology specialising in Developmental Psychology and Social Psychology, as well as a BA in Psychology and a MA in Cognitive and Social Psychology.

Expertise Summary

Sachiyo's research interests include:

- wellbeing of children and young people

- social/digital interventions

- mental health

- attachment theory

- effects of physical contact

- mixed methods research

- behavioural and physiological measurements

Recent Publications

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