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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 36 No 1 March 2019: New research in educational psychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 36 No 1 March 2019: New research in 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 educational psychologists influencing policy and practice.




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Editorial: New research in educational psychology

Domestic violence in teenage intimate relationships: Young people's views on awareness, prevention, intervention and regaining one's sense of wellbeing
Angela Griffiths

Dynamic testing of children with a developmental language disorder: Progression in series completion performance and need for instruction
Kirsten W.J. Touw, Bart Vogelaar, Floor Thissen & Wilma C.M. Resing

Care leavers' priorities and the corporate parent role: A self-determination theory perspective
Rebekah Hyde & Cathy Atkinson

Young people's considerations and attitudes towards the consequences of sexting
David Walsh

What can the lived experiences of gang members tell us about that what occupies the 'black box' that mediates gang membership and offending? A systematic review
Thomas Boden

Investigating the use of Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP) alongside the Engagement Profile and Scale in a school for children with complex needs
Liz Hampton, Lata Ramoutar, Rebecca Muntzer & Olivia Battistini

Literacy difficulties: What are learners' experiences?
Susan Pollock



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