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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 33 No 2 June 2016: Neuroscience and Educational Psychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 33 No 2 June 2016: Neuroscience and Educational Psychology

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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 Neuroscience and Educational Psychology




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Guest Editorial: The Changing Context for Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools
Anne Greig, Tommy MacKay, Sue Roffey & Antony Williams

Educational psychologists' perspectives on the medicalisation of childhood behaviour: A focus on Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Vivian Hill & Horatio Turner

Building a case for whole child, whole school wellbeing in challenging contexts
Sue Roffey

Towards a nurturing city: Promoting positive relations across agencies
Maura Kearney, Fiona Williams & Fergal Doherty

The Team of Life: A narrative approach to building resilience in UK school children
Vicky Eames, Catherine Shippen & Helen Sharp

A randomised controlled trial of the FRIENDS for Life emotional resilience programme delivered by teachers in Irish primary schools
Richard Ruttledge, Eileen Devitt, Gabrielle Greene, Mary Mullany, Elizabeth Charles, Joanne Frehill & Maura Moriarty

How to make teachers happy: An exploration of teacher wellbeing in the primary school context
Annie Paterson & Robyn Grantham

Self-harm training in secondary schools: An educational psychology intervention using interpretative phenomenological analysis
Frances Lee

Establishing the effectiveness of a gratitude diary intervention on children's sense of school belonging
Tara Diebel, Colin Woodcock, Claire Cooper & Catherine Brignell


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