Dr Joe Bathelt

Joe Bathelt

University position

Research Associate

Departments

Clinical School and Department of Architecture

Institutes

MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit

Home page

https://cambridge.academia.edu/JoeBathelt

Research Theme

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience

Interests

My main research interest is in the determinants of children's cognitive development with particular focus on neural constraints. I'm investigating this topic with different participant groups including children with genetic, psychiatric, sensory, or learning disorders. I employ neuropsychological and cognitive tools for behavioural assessment and use a variety of imaging techniques to address questions about neural mechanisms, including structural neuroimaging (surface-based measures, diffusion-weighted imaging) and EEG (event-related potentials, source reconstruction).

Research Focus

Keywords

cognitive development

executive function

neuroimaging

connectivity

Clinical conditions

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Childhood disorders

Cognitive impairment

Learning disabilities

Equipment

Behavioural analysis

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Neuropsychological testing

Collaborators

Cambridge

Kate Baker

United Kingdom

Chris Clark Web: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/br...

Naomi Dale Web: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/br...

Michelle de Haan Web: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/br...

Karin Petrini Web: http://www.bath.ac.uk/psychol...

Associated News Items


    Key publications

    Bathelt, J., Holmes, J., Astle, D. E. (in press), “Data-Driven Subtyping of Executive-Function-Related Behavioral Problems in Children” Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

    Bathelt, J., Barnes, J., Raymond, F. L., Baker, K., & Astle, D. (2017), “Global and local connectivity differences converge with gene expression in a neurodevelopmental disorder of known genetic origin.” Cerebral Cortex 27(7): 3806-3817

    Publications

    2017

    Bathelt, J., Dale, N., de Haan, M. (2017), “Event-related potential response to auditory social stimuli, parent-reported social communicative deficits and autism risk in school-aged children with congenital visual impairment” Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 27: 10-18

    Bathelt, J., Downes, M., de Haan, M. (2017), “Event‐related potential measures of executive functioning from preschool to adolescence” Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 59(6): 581-590

    Bathelt, J., Gathercole, S., Johnson, A., Astle, D. (2017), “Differences in brain morphology and working memory capacity across childhood” Developmental Science

    O’Reilly, M., Bathelt, J., Salt, A., de Haan, M., Dale, N. (2017), “Frontal EEG asymmetry and later behavior vulnerability in infants with congenital visual impairment.” Clinical Neurophysiology 128(11): 2191-2199

    2016

    Bathelt, J., Astle, D., Barnes, J., Raymond, F. L., Baker, K. (2016), “Structural brain abnormalities in a single gene disorder associated with epilepsy, language impairment and intellectual disability” Neuroimage: Clinical 12: 655-665

    Bathelt, J., de Haan, M., Salt, A., Dale, N. J. (2016), “Executive abilities in children with congenital visual impairment in mid-childhood” Child Neuropsychology 24(2):184-202

    2014

    Bathelt J, O'Reilly H, de Haan M (2014), “Cortical source analysis of high-density EEG recordings in children.” J Vis Exp (88):e51705 Details

    2013

    Bathelt J, O'Reilly H, Clayden JD, Cross JH, de Haan M (2013), “Functional brain network organisation of children between 2 and 5 years derived from reconstructed activity of cortical sources of high-density EEG recordings.” Neuroimage 82:595-604 Details