Holly Warland is a writer and researcher from the Sunshine Coast. She’s currently completing her PhD in neuropsychology, teaching at the University of the Sunshine Coast, working as Youth Ambassador for Headspace, and volunteering with local youth mental health organisations.
She is in the process of publishing her thesis on Theory of Mind in the general and autistic population.
She has written for The Age, The ABC, The Australian Atheist Magazine, The Young Australian Skeptics, and guest featured on various blogs. She writes about religion, psychology, autism, skepticism, disability, feminism, literature, science, media, culture, biology and neuroscience. She collects books faster than she can read them, and suffers from Vitamin D deficiency due to being indoors all the time.