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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.   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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  • 3.   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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  • 4.   Children's experience and adjustment to political conflict in Northern Ireland

    This case report discusses an interview with children, reporting self-reported experience of a number of negative life events

    Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol: 6 Page: 157-176 2000
    Orla T. Muldoon; Karen Trew

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  • 5.   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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  • 6.   Educational differences in self-perceptions of adolescents in Northern Ireland

    The aim of the study was to compare self-perceptions of children from the integrated school sector in Northern Ireland with those of children attending religiously segregated schools

    International Journal of Behavioral Development, Vol: 27 Page: 513-518 2003
    Carol McClenahan; Paul Irwing; Maurice Stringer; Melanie Giles; Ronnie Wilson

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  • 7.   Examining issues of child abuse in Irish foster children

    This article discusses issues of child abuse in Irish foster children

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 32-49 2000
    D. C. Browne; A. Moloney; M. Taylor

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  • 8.   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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  • 9.   Learning disability among referrals to a community child psychiatric service

    The aim of this study was to describe the frequency of learning disability (IQ < 70) among referrals over a period of six years to a community child psychiatric service in a socially disadvantaged area of Dublin

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 22 Page: 19-21 2005
    Ciaran S. Clarke; Brian Houlihan

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  • 10.   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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  • 11.   Social group membership and perceptions of the self in Northern Irish children

    The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between gender, ethnicity, SES, and age on self-competence and self-esteem in childhood.

    International Journal of Behavioral Development, Vol: 24 Page: 330-337 2000
    Orla T. Muldoon; Karen Trew

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  • 12.   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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  • 13.   The effect of social disadvantage on motor development in young children: A comparative study

    The aim of the study was to examine the impact of social disadvantage on motor development in young children.

    Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol: 48 Page: 1214-1222 2007
    Martin McPhillips; Julie-Anne Jordan-Black

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  • 14.   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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  • 15.   '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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  • 16.   What happens in court? The development of understanding of the legal system in a sample of Irish children and adults

    The aim of this study was to describe what children and adults know about the legal process and which legal terms and concepts are a part of the conceptual repertoire at different ages.

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 215-226 2000
    Catherine Maunsell; Howard V. Smith; Clifford Stevenson

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