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As well as publishing the work of established researchers and providing invited articles by 'experts in their field', PER also aims to encourage the work of early researchers, providing a forum in which to publish first or early pieces of work.
Are the kids alright? Examining the intersection between education and mental health
Response to Humphrey's 'Are the kids alright?'
The challenges of promoting mental health in schools and the importance of trial evidence in surmounting these: A response to Humphrey
A significant number of our children are really not alright: Commentary on Professor Neil Humphrey's Open Dialogue
Response to 'Are the kids alright? Examining the intersection between education and mental health' (Professor Neil Humphrey)
Response to: Professor Neil Humphrey's paper 'Are the kids alright? Examining the intersection between education and mental health
The promise of school-based mental health within multi-tiered systems of support: A response to Humphrey
Nathaniel von der Embse
The triangle of education - learning, teaching and assessment: Insights from the Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference
Gulsah Kutuk & Junlin Yu
What motivates A-level students to achieve? Exploring the role of expectations and task values
Series: Psychology of Education Review