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  • 1.   A longitudinal study of children's hopes, aspirations and fears for the future

    The aim of this study was to examine the development of children's temporal orientation (present/future) concept and the stability of hopes, aspirations, and fears for school and occupation over a 1-yr period.

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 227-236 2000
    Amanda McCallion; Karen Trew

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  • 2.   Anxious adults vs. cool children: Children's views on smoking and addiction

    The aim of this study was to examine the understanding children have of smoking and tobacco addiction

    Social Science & Medicine, Vol: 53 Page: 593-602 2001
    Jorun Rugkåsa; Barbara Knox; Julie Sittlington; Orla Kennedy; Margaret P. Treacy; Pilar Santos Abaunza

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  • 3.   Attitudes towards Down syndrome: A national comparative study in France, Ireland, Portugal and Spain

    The aim of this study was to describe attitudes towards Down syndrome

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 203-214 2000
    Hugh Gash; S. Guardia Gonzales; M. Pires; C. Rault

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  • 4.   Children's Concepts of Health and Illness: Understanding of Contagious Illnesses, Non-Contagious Illnesses and Injuries

    The aim of this study was to provide a more comprehensive picture of children's understanding of illness and injury

    Journal of Health Psychology, Vol: 10 Page: 805-819 2005
    Katherine A. Myant; Joanne M. Williams

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  • 5.   Children's perspectives on coping and support following parental separation

    This aim of the present study was to gain an understanding of children's strategies for coping with parental separation, and the sources of support that they find most helpful in order to adjust to these changes

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 311-325 2008
    Ann Marie Halpenny; Sheila Greene; Diane Hogan

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  • 6.   Children's understanding of psychological problems displayed by their peers: A review of the literature

    This article discusses children's understanding of the nature of common childhood psychological problems

    Child: Care, Health and Development, Vol: 34 Page: 4-9 2008
    E. Hennessy; L. Swords; C. Heary

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  • 7.   Children's views on children's right to work: Reflections from Belfast

    The aim of this study was to examine children's attitudes regarding the right to work

    Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, Vol: 11 Page: 45-61 2004
    Madeleine Leonard

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  • 8.   Childrens', parents', and teachers' perceptions of child wellbeing

    The aim of this study was to present an exploration of parents', teachers' and childrens' perspectives on children's understanding of wellbeing

    Health Education, Vol: 107 Page: 511-523 2007
    Jane Sixsmith; Saoirse Nic Gabhainn; Collette Fleming; Sioban O'Higgins

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  • 9.   Commentary on Coyne I (2006) Consultation with children in hospital: Children, parents' and nurses' perspectives. Journal of Clinical Nursing 15, 61-71: Response

    This article discusses a response to a commentary by Coyne on "Consultation with children in hospital: Children, parents' and nurses' perspectives"

    Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol: 15 Page: 794-794 2006
    Imelda Coyne

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  • 10.   Concepts of family among children and young people in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to understand "own ideas about family lives" from a cross-sectional study of 99 children and adolescents living in Ireland (age range 9 to 16 years)

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 79-87 2006
    Elizabeth Nixon; Sheila Greene; Diane Hogan

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  • 11.   Encouraging voices: Listening to young people who have been marginalised

    This study explores a group of young people from marginalised communities, including those with disabilities, from refugee families or from ethnic minorities examining their experiences on inclusion and exclusion from education facilities

    Support for Learning, Vol: 19 Page: 155-160 2004
    Richard Rose; Michael Shevlin

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  • 12.   Exploring children's concepts of intelligence through ethnographic methods

    This study aimed to explore children's concepts of intelligence through ethnographic methods

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 69-78 2006
    Anna Fiona Keogh; Jean Whyte

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  • 13.   Gaining young people's perspectives

    This article discusses a review of young people in the United Kingdom and Ireland who feel marginalised

    Support for Learning, Vol: 19 Page: 154-154 2004
    Peter Gray; Louca-Mai Wilson

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  • 14.   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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  • 15.   Pain and Piaget: Qualitative change with age in the content area of children's ideas about pain

    The aim of this study was to describe developmental patterns in children's ideas about some aspects of pain among 680 5-14 yr olds

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 194-202 2000
    Anne Gaffney

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  • 16.   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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  • 17.   Smoking and symbolism: Children, communication and cigarettes

    This study describes children's smoking behaviour in terms of aspects of childhood agency

    Health Education Research, Vol: 16 Page: 131-142 2001
    J. Rugkasa; O. Kennedy; M. Barton; P. S. Abaunza; M. P. Treacy; B. Knox

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  • 18.   The predictors of children's geographical knowledge of other countries

    The aim of this study was to examine the predictors of children's geographical knowledge of other countries

    Journal of Environmental Psychology, Vol: 22 Page: 78-94 2002
    Alison Bourchier; Martyn Barrett; Evanthia Lyons

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  • 19.   Toward Effective Evaluation of Environmental Education: Validity of the Children's Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge Scale Using Data From a Sample of Irish Adolescents

    This study aimed, within a quantitative paradigm, to examine the psychometric properties of the Children's Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge Scale with data from a sample of Irish adolescents participating in a repeated measures design

    Journal of Environmental Education, Vol: 37 Page: 13-23 2006
    Anne Walsh-Daneshmandi; Malcolm MacLachlan

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  • 20.   'What Do I Have to Come Here For, I'm Not Mad?' Children's Perceptions of a Child Guidance Clinic

    This study describes perceptions of children and young people attending a child and adolescent outpatient mental health service for the first time

    Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol: 9 Page: 107-115 2004
    Niamh Ross; Bridget Egan

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  • 21.   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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