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Publications

Gallagher, S. & Dunsmuir, S. (2014). Threats among the always-on generation: Cyberbullying identification in a secondary school in the UK. International Journal of School and Educational Psychology, 2(1), 1-10. DOI: 10.1080/21683603.2013.854188

Dunsmuir, S. & Frederickson, N. (2014). Problem Based Learning in Professional Training: Experiences of School Psychology Trainers in the UK. Training and Education in Professional Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/tep0000040

Ahmed-Husain, S. & Dunsmuir, S. (2014). An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Comic Strip Conversations in Promoting the Inclusion of Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Schools. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 60(2), 89-108. DOI: 10.1179/2047387713Y.0000000025

Ali, S. & Dunsmuir, S. (2014). Time to Move On. SEN Magazine (March/April 2014 issue, SEN69).

Iyadurai, S. Morris, J. & Dunsmuir, S. (2014). Mindfulness within Educational Psychology Practice: possibilities and constraints. DECP Debate, 150, 9-14.

Stringer, P., Dunsmuir, S. & MacKay, T. (2013). Guest Editorial. Perspectives on Sir Cyril Burt and 100 years of professional educational psychology. Educational and Child Psychology, 30(3), 6-12. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Dunsmuir, S. & Kratochwill, T. (2013). From Research to Policy and Practice: Perspectives from the UK and the USA on Psychologists as Agents of Change. Educational and Child Psychology, 30(3), 60-71.

Rodgers, A. & Dunsmuir, S. (2013). A controlled evaluation of the ‘FRIENDS for Life’ Emotional Resiliency Programme on Overall Anxiety Levels, Anxiety Subtype Levels and School Adjustment. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. DOI:10.1111/camh.12030

Fuggle, P., Dunsmuir, S. & Curry, V. (2013). CBT with Children, Young People and Families. London: Sage Publications.

Fuggle, P. & Dunsmuir, S. (2013). Working with schools and children's wider social environment. In P. Graham & S. Reynolds (Eds.) Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families: 3rd Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Robertson, C. & Dunsmuir, S. (2012). Teacher Stress and Pupil Behaviour Explored Through a Rational-Emotive Behaviour Therapy Framework. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, 32, 7, 1-18

Stringer, S. & Dunsmuir, S. (Eds.) (2012). Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory into Practice (Part One). Educational and Child Psychology, 29, 1. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Dunsmuir, S. & Stringer, P. (Eds.) (2012). Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory into Practice (Part Two). Educational and Child Psychology, 29, 3. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Lauchlan, F., Gibbs, S. & Dunsmuir, S. (Eds.) (2012). Teachers’ Well-being. Educational and Child Psychology, 29, 4 . Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Leadbetter, J. & Dunsmuir, S. (2011). Professional Supervision: The development of guidelines and competency frameworks. Assessment and Development Matters, 3 (3), 35-37.

de Sausmarez, E. & Dunsmuir, S. (2011). Factors associated with overweight and obese children's weight-related behaviours and cognitions: assessment and intervention. Educational and Child Psychology, 28, 4, 14-22

Robinson, M. & Dunsmuir, S. (2010). Multi-professional assessment and intervention of children with Special Educational Needs in their Early Years: the contribution of Educational Psychology. Educational and Child Psychology, 27 (4)

Roffey, S., Tew, M. & Dunsmuir, S. (Eds) (2010). In-school relationships and their outcomes. Educational and Child Psychology, 27, 1. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Squires, G. & Dunsmuir, S. (2010). Embedding Cognitive Behavioural Therapy training in Practice: facilitators and barriers for trainee educational psychologists (TEPs). Educational Psychology in Practice, 27 (2), 117-132.

Dunsmuir, S. & Leadbetter, J. (2010). Professional Supervision: Guidelines for Practice for Educational Psychology. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Dunsmuir, S., Brown, E., Iyadurai, S. & Monsen, J. (2009). Evidence-based Practice and Evaluation: from insight to impact. Educational Psychology in Practice, 25 (1), 53-70.

Frederickson, N. & Dunsmuir, S. (2009) (Eds.) Measures of Children's Mental Health & Psychological Wellbeing. Chiswick, London: GL Assessment

Dunsmuir, S. & Fuggle, P. (2009). Distress. In N. Frederickson, N. and S. Dunsmuir (2009) (Eds.) Measures of Children's Mental Health & Psychological Wellbeing. Chiswick, London: GL Assessment.

Baxter, J., Frederickson, N. & Dunsmuir, S. (2009). Measures for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Psychological Wellbeing: Introductory Booklet. In N. Frederickson, N. and S. Dunsmuir (2009) (Eds.) Measures of Children's Mental Health & Psychological Wellbeing. Chiswick, London: GL Assessment.

Adams, K. & Dunsmuir, S. (2009). Functional Behaviour Assessment: Addressing Severe, Complex and Enduring Needs. Educational and Child Psychology, 26 (4), 146-160.

Dunsmuir, S.,Thomas, C., May, R., Monroe, J., Roiter, T. & Wellman, S. (2008). Developing an intervention for pupils with writing difficulties: conceptualisation and analysis. Educational and Child Psychology, 25 (1), 146-160.

Dunsmuir, S. & Rowland, K. (2006). The Workings of Government and the Changing Context: Contributing to the Debate. DECP Debate, 120, 6-22.

Dunsmuir, S. & Iyadurai, S. (2006). Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Effectiveness, Expertise and Ethics? DECP Debate, 122, 15-20.

Dunsmuir, S., Clifford, V. & Took, S. (2006). Collaboration between Educational Psychologists and Speech and Language Therapists: Barriers and Opportunities. Educational Psychology in Practice , 22 (2), 125-140.

Dunsmuir, S., & Frederickson, N. (Eds.) (2005). Autistic Spectrum Disorders [e-learning CD]. London: Educational Psychology Publishing, University College London.

Dunsmuir, S. (2005). Cross-university collaboration and psychological testing in education. DECP Debate, 113, 5-6.

Thomas, C. & Dunsmuir, S. (2005). A survey of provision to meet the needs of pupils with dyslexia. DECP Debate, 114, 16-22.

Dunsmuir, S., Turner, M., Frederickson, N. and Turner, M.T. (2005, September). Psychological Testing in Education elearning module.

Frederickson, N., Dunsmuir, S., Lang, J. & Monsen, J. (2004). Mainstream-special school inclusion partnerships: pupil, parent and teacher perspectives. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8 (1), 37-57.

Dunsmuir, S. & Blatchford, P. (2004). Predictors of writing competence in four to seven year old children. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 74 (3), 461-483.

Dunsmuir, S, Frederickson, N. & Lang, J. (2004). Building home-school trust. Educational and Child Psychology, 21 (4), 110-128.

Dunsmuir, S. & Clifford, V. (2003). Children’s Writing and the use of ICT. Educational Psychology in Practice, 19 (3), 171-187.

Dunsmuir, S. & Turner, M. (1999). Memory and Listening Comprehension. In Frederickson, N. and Cameron, S. (Eds.) Psychology in Education Portfolio. NFER-Nelson

Frederickson, N., Cameron, R.J., Dunsmuir, S., Graham, B. & Monsen, J. (1998). Professional training in educational psychology: Then, now and in the new millennium. In Frederickson, N. & Lunt, I. (Eds.) Professional Training in Educational Psychology: The Next 50 Years. Leicester: British Psychological Society, (pp2-16).


Commissioned Consultancy Reports

Dunsmuir, S., Lang, J., & Frederickson, N. (2011). Harrow Targeted Mental Heath in Schools (TaMHS) Project: External Evaluation Report. 41pp. Unpublished report, Harrow Council.

Dunsmuir, S., Lang, J., & Frederickson, N. (2011). Bradford Targeted Mental Heath in Schools (TaMHS) Project: External Evaluation Report. 36pp. Unpublished report, Education Bradford.

Dunsmuir, S., Lang, J., & Frederickson, N. (2011). Milton Keynes Targeted Mental Heath in Schools (TaMHS) Project: External Evaluation Report. 35pp. Unpublished report, Milton Keynes Council.

Dunsmuir, S. (2007). Psychological Testing in Education VLE: An Evaluation. Report commissioned by the Higher Education Academy. www.psychology.heacademy.ac.uk/docs/pdf/p20070908_Ed_Psych_VLE_report_and_evaluation.pdf

Frederickson, N., Lang, J., & Dunsmuir, S. (2002). Kent Inclusion Project. External Evaluation Report. 25pp. Unpublished report, Kent County Council.

Frederickson, N., Reed, P., Osborne, L., & Dunsmuir, S. (2001). Buckingham Pilot Project for the Greater Inclusion of Pupils with Special Educational Needs. Year 2 Monitoring and Evaluation Report. 57pp. Unpublished report, Buckinghamshire County Council.


Conference Presentations

Supervision within educational psychology practice: the development of guidelines and their application in the UK and beyond. Presentation at the second International Conference on Education & Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY; Istanbul, 21st October 2011).

The road ahead: SEN Green paper. Invited Presentation to the South London Educational Psychology Services Day Conference (16th March 2011).

Professional supervision: Guidelines for practice for educational psychologists in a changing era. Seminar presented with Jane Leadbetter, University of Birmingham at the Division of Educational and Child Psychology Conference (Newcastle, 13th January 2011).

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and how children learn. Presentation to the UCL CBT conference (29th October 2010)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for children in schools. Presentation to the UCL Leading Edge Day (8th September 2010).

Multi-professional assessment and intervention of children with SEN in their Early Years: the contribution of Educational Psychology (with Mary Robinson, University of East London). Presentation at the International School Psychology Conference. Dublin, Ireland (22nd July 2010).

Evaluation of effective learning: making it routine. Presentation at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference (5th July 2010).

To boldly go: Evidence, Delivery and Evaluation. Invited Keynote address at the Annual Conference of the BPS Division of Educational and Child Psychology Conference (Bournemouth, 13th -15th January 2010).

CBT with children: the use of video to define and assess the therapeutic relationship (with Hilary Kennedy, (University of Dundee).Presentation at the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) and British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) conference (4th December 2009).

Educational Psychology Services: Measuring Outcomes. Invited presentation to Principal Educational Psychologists' Conference (18th November 2009).

Training child professionals in CBT: techniques or relationships, what matters most? (with Peter Fuggle, Clinical Director, Islington CAMHS). Presentation at the British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children and Young People Annual Conference (10th September 2009).

Evaluation of Outcomes for Children. Invited Presentation to the Slough Psychology Service Day Conference (23rd July 2008).

What is the value in training Educational Psychologists (EPs) in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)? (with Garry Squires, University of Manchester). Presentation at the International School Psychology Conference. Utrecht, Holland (11th Jul 2008).

New developments in the training of educational psychologists in England and Wales (with Cathy Atkinson and Margaret Smith, University of Manchester). Invited presentation at the International School Psychology Conference. Utrecht, Holland (11th Jul 2008).

Cross-university collaboration and resource development: an evaluation. Presentation at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2008 (16th April 2008).

Developments in the training of school psychologists around the world. Invited presentation at the International School Psychology Conference. Tampere, Finland (27th July 2007).

Restructured initial professional training for educational psychologists in the United Kingdom (with Kevin Woods, University of Manchester). Presentation at the International School Psychology Conference (Tampere, Finland (26th July 2007).

Cross-university collaboration and resource development. Presentation at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2006 (30th April 2006).

Target Monitoring and Evaluation. Leading training and service development session with Dorset, Poole and Bournemouth Educational Psychology Services (24th January 2006).

Panel member in capacity as Chair of the DECP. UEL Challenge and Change Conference (13th January 2006).

Children's Writing: A Systematic Approach to Intervention and Evaluation. Paper presented with Claire Thomas at the Division of Educational and Child Psychology Conference (Bournemouth, 4th January 2006).

Target Monitoring and Evaluation. Training and service development with Kent Educational Psychology Service Senior Management Team (6th December 2005).

Cross-university collaboration - ideas into action (with Mark Turner, University of East London). Invited presentation to the Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Training, Bristol (7th July 2005)

Research in Reading: Trust and Communication in schools. Invited presentation to the Reading Primary and Nursery Head and Deputies Conference (28th June 2005).

Psychological Testing in Education: An Overview. Presentation to the Higher Education Academy Conference on Psychological Testing in Education, Glasgow (10th June 2005).

Target Monitoring and Evaluation. Invited presentation to the South Central Regional Inclusion Partnership (SCRIP) Conference for LEA Support Service Managers. Evaluating Support Services Demonstrating the Difference (18th May 2005).

Development of a CPD resource for Educational Psychologists: Process and Product. Presentation to the UCL Leading Edge Day on Autism (18th April 2005).

Designing a Learning Environment and Assessment for Test Competencies: Virtual Possibilities and Potential. Presentation to the Higher Education Academy Day Conference on Psychological Testing in Education, British Psychological Society, London (10th March 2005).

Approaches to Assessment: Use of Quizzes within Virtual Learning Environments. Presentation to the Psychological Testing in Education Cross-University Project Group, UCL (19th October 2004).

Using New Media Innovations to Support Career-long Learning in Professional Practice (with Dr Norah Frederickson). Presentation at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2004 (31st March - 1st April 2004).

Parent-teacher trust: A transatlantic comparison. Paper presented at the Division of Educational and Child Psychology Conference (Paris, 7th - 9th January 2004).

Perspectives of Educational Psychologists and Speech and Language Therapists: How to develop effective collaborative practices. Presentation to the Berkshire Speech and Language Therapy SEN conference (5th March 2003).

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Educational Psychology Practice. Presentation to the UCL Leading Edge Day (8th September 2003).

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