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Hannah Rapaport is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Macquarie University School of Education.

Hannah completed a Bachelor of Psychology (H1), Master of Research and PhD in the Department of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University. Hannah’s PhD research involved using a non-invasive, child-friendly brain recording technique called MagnetoEncephaloGraphy (MEG) to investigate the neural basis of sensory perception in neurotypical and autistic children.

Hannah’s current work in the Autism@MQ research group focuses on bridging the gap between autism science and autistic everyday life experiences.

Hannah has worked with Autistic people for over a decade in various roles, including as a companion at summer holiday camps, a tutor, a support worker, and now as an autism researcher. Hannah is committed to the values of the neurodiversity movement and passionate about doing research that will be of benefit to the autism community.

Research interests

- Autism

- Cognitive neuroscience

- Child development

- Magnetoencephalography

- Predictive coding theory

Education/Academic qualification

Cognitive Science, Doctor of Philosophy, Macquarie University


Cognitive Science, Masters of Research, Macquarie University


Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), Macquarie University



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