Received Sylff fellowship in 2014-15 (The University of Auckland)
Current affiliation: Department of Corrections
Amy received the SYLFF scholarship for her Masters research in Health Psychology, exploring the effects of a companion robot for people with dementia and their caregivers. Her research has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Directors Association and presented at the 11th Human Robot Interaction conference in 2016. Amy is currently employed with the Department of Corrections and is aspiring towards a career in clinical psychology.
Amy is part of the organising committee for the NZ SYLFF Local Association Networking Support program to be held in September 2018.
To contact this fellow, email the Sylff Association at sylff[a]tkfd.or.jp (replace [a] with @).