Current affiliation: University of ReadingSubject: EducationPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2011-09-06
This is a collection of papers about ASD that I edited. The quality is variable. Some chapters are particularly worth reading however. My own edito...
Published in:BJPsych AdvancesPublication date:2015-05-01
This is a brief description of the types of clinical work and possible areas of advances in the treatment of OCD for young people.
Published in:Mind & LanguagePublication date:2013-10-31
The Words Autistic Children Do Not Learn
One influential theory of autism suggests that it may be caused by seeing "trees rather than the forest" - known as weak central coherence. This st...
Published in:Musicae ScientiaePublication date:2013-08-08
Published in:British Journal of Occupational TherapyPublication date:2013-08-01
This paper demonstrates that gardening may be a way to maintain the self esteem of people with young onset dementia in the face of failing skills i...
Published in:Journal of Child Psychology and PsychiatryPublication date:2011-06-03
RCT of CBT for paediatric OCD
Published in:Behavioural and Cognitive PsychotherapyPublication date:2010-11-23
The origins of OCD remain a mystery, although the International Cognitions Working Group suggested 7 routes to increased responsibility. This study...
Published in:Child and Adolescent Mental HealthPublication date:2011-01-17
Early identification of stimulant treatment responders
Do all children with ADHD respond to medication. The most commonly used medications are fast acting, therefore it is possible to assess medication ...
Published in:Impulse Control DisordersPublication date:Not available
This is short review of the published literature on nail biting. It reflects the changing understanding from nail biting as a component of neurosis...
Published in:British Journal of PsychologyPublication date:2010-11-01
Published in:European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryPublication date:2009-11-17
Published in:Brain ImpairmentPublication date:2009-05-01
Published in:Behaviour Research and TherapyPublication date:2007-05-01
Published in:Journal of Autism and Developmental DisordersPublication date:2007-02-21
Published in:Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative MedicinePublication date:2006-01-01
Published in:British Journal of Developmental PsychologyPublication date:2005-11-01
Can children with autism hear individual musical tones better than other children? If they could, this would provide some more support for the theo...
Published in:European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryPublication date:1999-10-15
Published in:Research in Developmental DisabilitiesPublication date:1999-03-01
Published in:Journal of Autism and Developmental DisordersPublication date:1993-03-01
Published in:Personality and Individual DifferencesPublication date:1992-05-01
Published in:Journal of AdolescencePublication date:1991-06-01
Published in:Journal of Autism and Developmental DisordersPublication date:1989-03-01
Published in:International Journal of Law and PsychiatryPublication date:1988-01-01
Published in:International Journal of Law and PsychiatryPublication date:1983-01-01
Published in:Psychomusicology Music Mind and BrainPublication date:2015-01-01
Earworms are repeating experiences of tunes or songs. Since our initial publication in 2010 (Beaman & Williams DOI:10.1348/000712609X479636) earwor...
Published in:Clinical Psychology & PsychotherapyPublication date:2015-11-05
Morphing Fear Questionnaire
This paper describes the development of a questionnaire to measure morphing fears. Morphing fears are worries that a person may gain undesirable ch...
Published in:Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual DisabilitiesPublication date:1999-12-01
This study compared two structured teaching methods with a population of children attending a school for children with special needs (largely intel...
Published in:British Journal of Clinical PsychologyPublication date:1998-02-01
We wanted to know if providing multi-sensory environments (also sometimes referred to as Snoezelen) would reduce the challenging behaviours of peop...
Published in:Child Care Health and DevelopmentPublication date:1992-03-01
Published in:The European Journal of PsychiatryPublication date:2010-09-01
Do people with Williams Syndrome agree with their parents about the strengths and difficulties? In general they do, but fail to recognise that they...
Published in:Journal of Child Psychology and PsychiatryPublication date:1995-09-01
Published in:Occupational Therapy InternationalPublication date:2017-01-01
We wanted to know if we could detect beneficial effects of an occupational therapy intervention known as deep pressure which applies a variety of s...
Published in:Cognitive and Behavioral PracticePublication date:2017-04-01
Morphing fear is a recently described problem that seems likely to be related to contamination types of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) People ...
Published in:Child and Adolescent Mental HealthPublication date:2017-04-04
There has been an abundance of studies that have employed quantitative methods to research
obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and its neurobiology...
Published in:Behavioural and Cognitive PsychotherapyPublication date:2002-01-01
Published in:Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related DisordersPublication date:2017-08-01
Mental contamination is type of thinking that can lead to mental health problems. It involves feelings of dirtiness or pollution that arise in the ...
Published in:Child Care Health and DevelopmentPublication date:1985-01-01
Published in:The Cognitive Behaviour TherapistPublication date:2017-01-01
This paper describes some methods for treating the severe fear of dogs shown by some populations with severe autism and intellectual disabilities. ...