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Ashworth, E, Demkowicz, O, Lendrum, A and Frearson, K (2018) Coaching Models of School-Based Prevention and Promotion Programmes: A Qualitative Exploration of UK Teachers' Perceptions. School Mental Health, 10 (3). pp. 287-300. ISSN 1866-2625

Ashworth, E and Humphrey, N (2018) More than the sum of its parts: Cumulative risk effects on school functioning in middle childhood. British Journal of Educational Psychology. ISSN 2044-8279

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Brooks, SJ (2018) Targeting cytokines in the 5-Lox pro-inflammatory pathway for treatment-resistant anorexia nervosa. Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine: an international journal of biomedical research, 12 (4). ISSN 1747-0862

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Centifanti, LCM and Negen, J (2018) Strong evidence that callous-unemotional traits are not related to risk-taking task performance. F1000Research, 7. ISSN 2046-1402

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Kewley, S, Larkin, M, Harkins, L and Beech, A (2018) Incarcerated Child Sexual Offenders and the Reinvention of Self through Religious and Spiritual Affiliation. In: Kerley, KR, (ed.) Finding freedom in confinement: The role of religion in prison life. Praeger, pp. 366-394. ISBN 9781440850325

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MacDonald, R and Tatler, B (2018) Gaze in a real-world social interaction: A dual eye-tracking study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71 (10). pp. 2162-2173. ISSN 1747-0218

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Negen, J, Roome, HE, Keenaghan, S and Nardini, M (2018) Effects of two-dimensional versus three-dimensional landmark geometry and layout on young children's recall of locations from new viewpoints. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 170. pp. 1-29. ISSN 1096-0457

Negen, J, Wen, L, Thaler, L and Nardini, M (2018) Bayes-Like Integration of a New Sensory Skill with Vision. Scientific Reports, 8. ISSN 2045-2322

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Sliwinska, M and Pitcher, D (2018) TMS demonstrates that both right and left superior temporal sulci are important for facial expression recognition. NeuroImage, 183. pp. 394-400. ISSN 1053-8119

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