Research Publications

Allen, K., Marlow, R., Edwards, V., Parker, C., Rodgers, L., Ukoumunne, O, C., Chan- Seem, E., Hayes, R., Price, A., Ford, T. (2017) ​‘How I feel About My School’: The construction and validation of a measure of wellbeing at school for primary school children" In Press to be published in Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry

 

Marlow, R., Turner, A. & Coates, J. (2017). The use of Social media in an adult autism and ADHD service. In press Clinical Psychology Forum.

 

Parker C, Marlow, R, May, F., Mitrofan, O, Henley, W., Ford, T. (2016). The “Supporting Kids, Avoiding Problems” (SKIP) study: relationships between school exclusion, psychopathology, development and attainment – a case control study. Journal of childrens services. vol 11 issue 2. 91-110.

 

Marlow, R., Hansford, L., Edwards, V., Ukoumunne, O, C., Norman, S., Ingerfield, S, Sharkey, S., Ford, T. (2015) Teaching classroom management – a potential public health intervention?. Health Education, Vol. 115 Iss 3/4 pp. 230 - 248

 

Marlow, R., Norwich, B., Ukoummune, O., Hansford, L., Sharkey, S & Ford, T. (2014). A comparison of teacher assessment (APP) with standardised tests in primary literacy and numeracy (WIAT-II). Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice. 21 (4), 42-426

 

Whear, R., Marlow, R., Boddy,K., Ukoumunee, O., Parker, C., Ford, T., Thompson-Coon, J.,  Stein, K., (2014). Psychiatric disorder or impairing psychology in children who have been excluded from school: A systematic review. School psychology international. Vol 35 (5)

 

Marlow, R., Hunt, W, T., Reville, M-C, Lynes, A., Lowe, J., Ford, T. (2013). The impact of participation in research on practitioners: a qualitative study among practitioners who delivered interventions in the Helping children Achieve study. Journal of Children's Services, Vol. 8 (3), pp.183 - 193

 

Lang, I, A., Marlow, R.,*Goodman, R., Meltzer, H., Ford, T., (2013). Influence of problematic child-teacher relationships on future psychiatric disorder: population survey with 3-year follow-up. The British Journal of Psychiatry.  May 2013, 202 (5) 336- 341. *joint first author