Browse by Supervisors
Number of items: 10.
Perry, Elaine (2011) A study investigating the impact of peer mentoring on pupils transitioning into secondary school who may be at risk of behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
James, Rebecca (2011) An evaluation of the 'Circle of Friends' intervention used to support pupils with autism in their mainstream classrooms. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Slack, Gemma (2013) An evaluation of the FRIENDS for Life intervention with an autistic spectrum population: evaluating the impact on children's anxiety. DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
Williams, Emily Louise (2011) An investigation into the effectiveness of social stories with photograph or symbol illustrations for addressing the specific target behaviours of children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
Shirley, Melanie (2013) Engaging with parents in decision making processes: a three phase study illuminating teachers’ viewpoints and parents’ perceptions to explore a school’s approach. DAppPsych thesis, University of Nottingham.
Paul, Julie (2011) Evaluating the impact of a universal FRIENDS for Life Programme on emotional distress and academic self-perceptions. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Donnelly, Orlaith (2013) Evaluating the impact of an outdoor adventure education intervention for primary school children perceived to be vulnerable. DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
Moss, Claudia (2010) How effective is a group based motivational interviewing intervention in promoting pupil resilience and self-esteem? DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
Whyard, Claire (2010) The ‘Staying Calm’ programme : an evaluation of the impact of group work on children’s emotional resiliency, behaviour, anger control and social problem solving skills. DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.
Woodward, Sophie (2010) To what extent can a guided imagery intervention designed to enhance self-esteem help to reduce social exclusion in key stage 2? DAppEdPsy thesis, University of Nottingham.