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Involving young people as co-researchers: some methodological issues
The purpose of this article is to introduce and consider some of the issues which may arise in research projects seeking to engage young people as co-researchers. The article will focus on the methodological challenges ...
How Do Non-Clinical Paranoid and Socially Anxious Individuals React to Failure? The Role of Hostility and State Anxiety
Background: Theoretical models of persecutory delusions have emphasized the impact of negative emotion namely anxiety at the early stages of symptom formation. Also, studies on persecutory delusions have discovered that ...
Information Exchange, Monitoring and Management- A Fieldwork Study of Current Responses by Member States.
(SOMEC European Union, 2015-11)
SOMEC is a two-year project running from January 2013 to January 2015 investigating current processes for information exchange and procedures to manage the harm posed by serious violent or sexual offenders travelling across ...
Music and Maps
Maps help us make sense of people and landscapes around us. Music can do the same. Here Ross Purves (DMU) explores fascinating links between cartography and music. He will consider the map as a creative stimulus for ...
The influence of non-clinical eating-related psychopathology on the recognition of emotion from static faces and realistic social interactions
Emotion recognition deficits have consistently been reported in clinical and sub-clinical disordered eating. However, most studies have used static faces, despite the dynamic nature of everyday social interactions. The ...
Plan de servicii comunitare în domeniul adicţiilor la nivelul Municipiului Bucureşti
(Fundaţia pentru Îngrijiri Comunitare, 2007)
Emotion memory and music: A critical review and recommendations for future research.
In this chapter we briefly but critically review current research on music-induced emotions, and the emotional response to music evoked memories. Current research struggles with finding appropriate approaches to investigate ...
Using exploratory factor analysis and Bourdieu’s concept of the illusio to examine inequality in an English school
This article examines how exploratory factor analysis and Bourdieu’s concept of the illusio were applied to a study of an English secondary school in a disadvantaged area of the West Midlands. It examined the attitudes of ...
Performative embodiment and unravelling grandparent-grandchild relationships
This paper seeks to intertwine women’s embodied experiences of wartime, dancing and chronic illness. The author introduces “Granny” through the unravelling rhythms of grandparent-grandchild relationships. Through narrative ...
What works’ in work with sexual offenders.
(European Union and Confederation of European Probation, 2015)
This review provides a summary of ‘what works’ with sexual offenders and seeks to highlight key research on sexual offenders, their assessment, interventions, and broader management responses. The review identifies the ...