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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 32 No 1 March 2015: Universal psychology and systemic approaches to practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 32 No 1 March 2015: Universal psychology and systemic approaches to practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Universal psychology and systemic approaches to practice


 

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Guest Editorial: Universal psychology and systemic approaches to practice
Tommy MacKay & Geoff Lindsay

All that glitters is not gold: Why randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are of limited value in judging the effectiveness of literacy interventions
Robert Burden

Becoming an agent of change for school and student well-being
Sue Roffey

Emotion Coaching: A universal strategy for supporting and promoting sustainable emotional and behavioural well-being
Licette Gus, Janet Rose & Louise Gilbert

An evaluation of the initial impact of using educational psychologists to deliver NHS Scotland's 'Scottish Mental Health First Aid: Young People' training programme
Roz Currie & Kathryn Davidson

Introducing and piloting the KiVa bullying prevention programme in the UK
Judy Hutchings & Susan Clarkson

Online training to promote inclusion: A systems level intervention
Hugh Clench & Brian Smyth King

Compassion-based initiatives in educational settings
Mary Welford & Kasim Langmead

Using action research to develop quality 16+ further education provision for young people with complex needs
Sarah Geiger, Rosie Freedman & Lexi Johnston

Position paper: Universal psychology under threat? A reflection on how systems changes are impacting on communities, services and applied psychology
Khadj Rouf

 

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