Kate Mooney

Inequalities in Children’s Working Memory: Variation by Socioeconomic Disadvantage and Ethnicity

Kate is now a Research Associate working with the Better Start Bradford Innovation Hub, where she is working on the effectiveness evaluations of the Baby Steps and the Incredible Years programmes. Kate is a quantitative researcher, and is interested in investigating and reducing social inequalities in children’s early development and educational outcomes. She has a particular interest in children’s cognitive development and children’s social and emotional development.

Kate Mooney's latest projects

Exploring the psychometric properties of parent and child measures

We are working on several projects that will evaluate the psychometric properties and potential utility of measures administered during the early years to both parents and children. We are looking...

Other Team members

Kate Morton

Research Fellow

Sarah Blower

Principal Research Fellow

Mallory Morehead

Research Fellow