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Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers

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  • 1.   A study of central fatness using waist-to-height ratios in UK children and adolescents over two decades supports the simple message - 'keep your waist circumference to less than half your height.'

    The aim of this study was to examine the influence of age and gender on the waist:height ratio in children and to compare changes over time in WHTR, a measure of central fatness in British children

    International Journal of Obesity, Vol: 30 Page: 988-992 2006
    H. D. McCarthy; M. Ashwell

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  • 2.   Current Literature

    Commentary: Food Allergic reactions in children in United Kingdom and Ireland

    Child: Care, Health and Development, Vol: 31 Page: 741-745 2005
    Richard Reading

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  • 3.   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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  • 4.   Neuropsychological outcome at adolescence of very preterm birth and its relation to brain structure

    The aim of this study was to examine the neuropsychological consequences of damage to the very preterm brain

    Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, Vol: 43 Page: 226-233 2001
    T. M. Rushe; L. Rifkin; A. L. Stewart; J. P. Townsend; S. C. Roth; J. S. Wyatt; R. M. Murray

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  • 5.   Peer and parent-related loneliness in Irish adolescents

    The aim of this study was to examine peer and parent-related loneliness in Irish adolescents

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 237-246 2000
    Áine De Roiste

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  • 6.   Perspective-Taking as Relational Responding: A Developmental Profile

    The aim of this study was to describe the development of perspective-taking in terms of relational frame theories

    Psychological Record, Vol: 54 Page: 115-144 2004
    Louise McHugh; Yvonne Barnes-Holmes; Dermot Barnes-Holmes

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  • 7.   Review of a community-based youth counselling service in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine a community-based youth counselling services in Ireland

    Children and Youth Services Review, Vol: 28 Page: 325-345 2006
    Kevin Lalor; Sinead O'Dwyer; Denis McCrann

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  • 8.   Teenagers' difficulties with key words regarding the criminal court process

    The aim of this study was to examine the understanding/misunderstanding of key legal words by older children

    Psychology, Crime & Law, Vol: 12 Page: 653-667 2006
    Emma Crawford; Ray Bull

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  • 9.   The Effects of Maltreatment on Children's Health and Well-Being

    This article provides an overview of all the different types of child maltreatment in terms of characteristics of victims, the range of consequences, mediating factors and types of interventions that may be offered

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 236-250 2003
    Helga Sneddon

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  • 10.   The Northern Ireland Early Onset Psychosis Study: Phenomenology and co-morbidity in the first 25 cases

    This study examined psychotic disorders in children and adolescents using the Kiddie-Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia using the Northern Ireland Early Onset Psychosis Study data

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 207-216 2008
    Karen Fulton; Mary Short; Diane Harvey-Smith; Teresa M. Rushe; Ciaran Mulholland

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  • 11.   Update on bullying at school: Science forgotten?

    This article discusses past findings on school bullying

    Developmental Review, Vol: 27 Page: 90-126 2007
    Kathleen Stassen Berger

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  • 12.   YouthinMind

    This article discusses a website designed for children with mental health difficulties, their parents, teacher and professionals who work with them

    Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol: 12 Page: 50-51 2007
    Beth Whelan

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