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Dr Sarah Gray

Dr Sarah Gray

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Role Senior Research Officer

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Available for student supervision
Dr Sarah Gray is a Postdoctoral Research Officer within the Policy and Equity Group and the Centre for Community Child Health. In her current role as Project Manager of the Changing Children's Chances project, Sarah works in collaboration with policy makers to identify potential policy-sensitive pathways in early childhood to reduce inequities in children’s health development and wellbeing. This project applies robust causal analytic methods to powerful nationally-representative existing data sources (e.g. LSAC, AEDC, and PLIDA). Sarah is interested in building the capacity for large-scale administrative and cohort data to improve our understanding of policy impact and drive more precise policy decision making to reduce inequities for Australia's children.
Dr Sarah Gray is a Postdoctoral Research Officer within the Policy and Equity Group and the Centre for Community Child Health. In her current role as Project Manager of the Changing Children's Chances project, Sarah works in collaboration with policy...
Dr Sarah Gray is a Postdoctoral Research Officer within the Policy and Equity Group and the Centre for Community Child Health. In her current role as Project Manager of the Changing Children's Chances project, Sarah works in collaboration with policy makers to identify potential policy-sensitive pathways in early childhood to reduce inequities in children’s health development and wellbeing. This project applies robust causal analytic methods to powerful nationally-representative existing data sources (e.g. LSAC, AEDC, and PLIDA). Sarah is interested in building the capacity for large-scale administrative and cohort data to improve our understanding of policy impact and drive more precise policy decision making to reduce inequities for Australia's children.

Top Publications

  • Gray, SA, Reeve, RA. Preschoolers' Dot Enumeration Abilities Are Markers of Their Arithmetic Competence. PLOS ONE 9(4) : e94428 2024
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  • Paul, JM, Gray, SA, Butterworth, BL, Reeve, RA. Reading and Math Tests Differentially Predict Number Transcoding and Number Fact Speed Longitudinally: A Random Intercept Cross-Lagged Panel Approach. Journal of Educational Psychology 111(2) : 299 -313 2024
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  • Reeve, RA, Gray, SA, Butterworth, BL, Paul, JM. Variability in Single Digit Addition Problem-Solving Speed Over Time Identifies Typical, Delay and Deficit Math Pathways. Frontiers in Psychology 9: 1498 2024
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  • Goldfeld, S, Downes, M, Gray, S, Pham, C, Guo, S, O'Connor, E, Redmond, G, Azpitarte, F, Badland, H, Woolfenden, S, et al. Household income supplements in early childhood to reduce inequities in children's development. Social Science & Medicine 340: 116430 2024
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  • Gray, S, Guo, S, Downes, M, O'Connor, M, Moreno-Betancur, M, Goldfeld, S. Data Management and Research Workflow Framework. 2024
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