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  • 1.   Child wellbeing and income inequality in rich societies: Ecological cross sectional study

    The aim of this study was to examine associations between child wellbeing and material living standards, the scale of differentiation in social status (income inequality), and social exclusion (children in relative poverty) in rich developed societies

    BMJ: British Medical Journal, Vol: 335 Page: 1080-1080 2007
    Kate E. Pickett; Richard G. Wilkinson

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  • 2.   Children's reported communication with their parents about war

    The aim of the study was to assess, within their respective ecological contexts, American and Northern Irish children's (n = 97) reported communication with their parents about war

    Journal of Family Issues, Vol: 28 Page: 1639-1662 2007
    Colleen J. O'Malley; Maureen Blankemeyer; Kathleen K. Walker; Mary Dellmann-Jenkins

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  • 3.   Cross-national comparison of attitudes toward fathers' and mothers' participation in household tasks and childcare

    The aim of the study was to compare attitudes toward the division of fathers' and mothers' participation in childcare/household tasks through a multilevel modeling approach

    Sex Roles, Vol: 48 Page: 189-203 2003
    Malathi L. Apparala; Alan Reifman; Joyce Munsch

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  • 4.   Developmental significance of part-time employment for Irish adolescents

    This article discusses the implications of employment experiences for adolescent development and draw particular attention to the role of psychology in the process

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 22 Page: 39-54 2001
    Niamh Stack; Jim McKecknie; Sandy Hobbs

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  • 5.   Erratum

    Erratum: Friendship and Loneliness Among Bullies and Victims: Data From Seven Countries

    Aggressive Behavior, Vol: 30 Page: 272-272 2004
    Mike Eslea; Ersilia Menesini; Yohji Morita; Mona O'Moore; Joaquin A. Mora-Merchan; Beatriz Pereira; Peter K. Smith

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  • 6.   Field-independence and problem solving: A cross-cultural study

    The aim of the study was to compare field-independence and problem solving across different cultural groups

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 24 Page: 70-78 2003
    Aidan Moran; Paul O'Callaghan

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  • 7.   Friendship and Loneliness Among Bullies and Victims: Data From Seven Countries

    The aim of this study was to describe friendship and loneliness among bullies and victims

    Aggressive Behavior, Vol: 30 Page: 71-83 2004
    Mike Eslea; Ersilia Menesini; Yohji Morita; Mona O'Moore; Joaquin A. Mora-Merchán; Beatriz Pereira; Peter K. Smith

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  • 8.   Impact of political violence on images of war and peace in the drawings of primary school children

    The aim of the study was to examine three hypotheses on the impact of political violence in images of war and peace drawings by primary school children in two different regions

    Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol: 7 Page: 45-57 2001
    Frances McLernon; Ed Cairns

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  • 9.   International Child Care Practices Study: Infant sleep position and parental smoking

    The aim of this study was to examine International Child Care Practices Study on the key sudden infant death syndrome risk factors of infant sleep position and parental smoking

    Early Human Development, Vol: 64 Page: 7-20 2001
    E. A. S. Nelson; B. J. Taylor

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  • 10.   International Education and Conflict: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies, and Making Waves--An Interview with Jane Benbow from CARE

    This article discusses an interview with Jane Benbow from CARE International

    Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol: 21 Page: 483-490 2004
    Susan S. Raines

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  • 11.   Living and coping with ongoing violence: A cross-national analysis of children's drawings using structured rating indices

    The aim of the study was to examine the drawings of children aged 8-12 yrs as a method of understanding the effects of living and coping with ongoing civic unrest

    Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, Vol: 8 Page: 31-55 2001
    Stephanie Linda Rudenberg; Patricia Jansen; Peter Fridjhon

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  • 12.   Moral reasoning among Nigerian and northern Irish children: A cross-cultural comparison using the Sociomoral Reflection Measure--Short Form

    The aim of the study was to examine the moral reasoning of 37 10-11 yr old Nigerian children was compared to 48 children of the same age from Northern Ireland

    IFE Psychologia: An International Journal, Vol: 9 Page: 1-6 2001
    Neil Ferguson; Catherine S. Willis; Alice Tilley

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  • 13.   Review of War, conflict, play

    Book Review: War, conflict, play by T. Hyder (2005). Working with war-affected refugee and asylum seeker children poses special challenges to early education practitioners as a result of the cultural differences, upheaval and trauma that children and

    International Journal of Early Years Education, Vol: 13 Page: 305-307 2005
    Angela Veale

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  • 14.   Supporting families with a mentally ill parent: European perspectives on interagency cooperation

    This article discusses policies and practices in several European countries concerning interactions between child welfare and community mental health services in meeting the needs of children with mentally ill parents

    Child Abuse Review, Vol: 10 Page: 351-365 2001
    Rachael Hetherington; Karen Baistow

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  • 15.   The impact on mothers of bringing up a child with intellectual disabilities: A cross-cultural study

    The aim of this study was to describe across three different cultures - Irish,Taiwanese and Jordanian -the inter-relationships among three indicators of maternal well-being.

    International Journal of Nursing Studies, Vol: 45 Page: 65-74 2008
    Roy McConkey; Maria Truesdale-Kennedy; Mei-Ying Chang; Samiha Jarrah; Raghda Shukri

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  • 16.   Young people's heroes in Ireland and Slovenia

    The aim of this study was to examine who young people in Ireland and Slovenia regard as heroes

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 26 Page: 137-148 2005
    Hugh Gash; Barbara Bajd

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