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  • 1.   Child psychology: Taking account of children at last?

    This article discusses the need to examine children in their whole personhood when addressing the area of developmental psychology,

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 8-15 2006
    Sheila Greene

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  • 2.   Child-centred research with ethnic minority populations: Methodological, ethical and practical challenges

    This article discusses child-centred research with ethnic minority populations

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 25-36 2006
    Angela Veale

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  • 3.   Depression in young people: description, assessment and evidence-based treatment

    This article reviewed a update of the literature on depression in children and adolescents to provide an update for clinicians

    Dev Neurorehabil, Vol: 11 Page: 3-15 2008 Jan-Mar
    A. Carr

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  • 4.   Editorial

    Editorial: Discusses the article "Research with children in psychology: The value of a child-centred approach".

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 2006
    Barbara Dooley; Eilis Hennessy

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  • 5.   EDITORIAL

    This article discusses various reports published, including one by Andrea Rigg and Jan Pryor on children's perspectives on family and another by Bernadine Brandy on the evaluation of an innovative Barnardos project in Ireland.

    Children & Society, 2007
    Martin Woodhead; Allison James; Nigel Thomas

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  • 6.   Evaluating Springboard: impact of a family support programme in Ireland

    The aim of the study was to undertake an evaluation of springboard, a family support programme introduced in Ireland

    Journal of Children's Services, Vol: 1 Page: 16-28 2006
    Kieran McKeown; Trutz Haase; Jonathan Pratschke

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  • 7.   Focus groups versus individual interviews with children: A comparison of data

    This study reports on the use of focus groups and interviews to collect qualitative data from 116 children in three age groups, with mean ages of 8.4,11.5 and 14.3 years

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 58-68 2006
    Caroline Heary; Eilis Hennessy

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  • 8.   Food allergy QoL questionnaire for children aged 0-12 years: content, construct, and cross-cultural validity

    This study developed a sensitive, multi-dimensional measure to assess parental perception of health-related QoL in children aged 0-12 years with food allergy

    Clin Exp Allergy, Vol: 38 Page: 977-86 June 2008
    A. DunnGalvin; B. M. de BlokFlokstra; A. W. Burks; A. E. Dubois; J. O. Hourihane

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  • 9.   Giving a voice to children with disabilities

    This article discusses the issues surrounding accessing the voices of children with disabilities.

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 16-24 2006
    Jean Whyte

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  • 10.   Mental health and poverty

    This article discusses mental health and poverty

    J R Soc Health, Vol: 128 Page: 108-9 May 2008
    K. W. Wan

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  • 11.   Participation in a clinical trial: views of children and young people with diabetes

    This study investigates whether involvement in research can have a positive effect on the education and management of disease of children and young people with diabetes

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 19 Page: 37-9 July 2007
    C. McGuinness; M. Cain

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  • 12.   Personality in Young Adults Who Are Born Preterm

    The aim of this study was to investigate very preterm birth individuals and term-born controls at ages 18 to 19 years with the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire-Revised, short form (EPQ-RS)

    Pediatrics, Vol: 117 Page: 309-316
    Matthew Allin; Maeve Rooney; Marion Cuddy; John Wyatt; Muriel Walshe; Larry Rifkin; Robin Murray

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  • 13.   Qualitative methods in the study of children's racial attitudes and identities

    This study explores children's racial attitudes and identities

    Infant & Child Development, Vol: 10 Page: 219-233
    Paul Connolly

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  • 14.   Reflections of a researcher on the use of a child-centred approach

    This article discusses the experience of undertaking child-centred research and debates the extent to which children can, in reality, be central to all elements of the research process.

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 97-104 2006
    Ruth Emond

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  • 15.   Research with children in psychology: The value of a child-centred approach

    This article discusses an over view of issues discussed in the journal. Research with children in psychology: The value of a child-centred approach

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 6-7 2006
    Caroline Heary; Suzanne Guerin

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  • 16.   Segregation--the perspectives of young patients and their parents

    The aim of this study was to examine patients and carers' views and to involve them in the process of introducing segregation in a paediatric cystic fibrosis centre

    J Cyst Fibros, Vol: 5 Page: 93-9 May 2006
    K. Russo; M. Donnelly; A. J. Reid

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  • 17.   Symptoms suffered by life-limited children that cause anxiety to UK children's hospice staff

    The aim of this study was to examine the symptoms which cause anxiety to staff working in children's hospices

    Int J Palliat Nurs, Vol: 12 Page: 254-8 June 2006
    H. L. McCluggage

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  • 18.   The physical activity of children: a study of 1,602 Irish schoolchildren aged 11-12 years

    The aim of this study was to examine physical activity of Irish school children

    Ir Med J, Vol: 95 Page: 78-81 March 2002
    S. O. Sullivan

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  • 19.   The relationship between gross motor function and participation restriction in children with cerebral palsy: an exploratory analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine gross motor function and participation restrictions experienced by children with cerebral palsy

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 33 Page: 22-27 2007
    C. Kerr; B. McDowell; S. McDonough

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  • 20.   The use of HoNOSCA in a child and adolescent mental health service

    The aim of this study was to examine health and social functioning of patients attending a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 20 Page: 52-55 2003
    Julie Manderson; Noel McCune

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  • 21.   Twenty-five years of developmental and child psychology in Ireland: An analysis of PsycLit and ERIC data bases

    This article discusses an overview of publications during the past 25 yrs in the area of child psychology and child and adult development by researchers based in Irish institutions or using an Irish sample

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 105-121 2000
    Ellis Hennessy; Diane Hogan

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  • 22.   Understanding young people's experiences of bullying: The contribution of the child-centred approach

    This article discusses the suitability of a child-centred approach to bullying

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 37-47 2006
    Suzanne Guerin

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