Dr Jason Crabtree

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Name: Jason Crabtree Email: j.crabtree@ucl.ac.uk
Title: Dr Tel: 0207 679 8307
Department: Clinical, Educational & Hlth Psychology Fax:
Position: Clinical Tutor Address: Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, 1-19 Torrington Place, London , WC1E 6BT
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My research interests include self-perceptions and self-esteem in people with learning disabilities, this is linked with ideas of stigma, group identification and the impact that perceived stigma has on psychological well-being. My other key research interests include autism spectrum conditions and interventions for complex and challenging behaviour in individuals with learning disabilities .


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    2011

    • Crabtree JW, Strydom A, Kirkpatrick D (2011). Community mental health professionals' knowledge and understanding of Asperger Syndrome and the needs of this client group.. Good Autism Practice, 12(2), 56 - 61.

    2010

    • Crabtree JW, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2010). Mental Health Support Groups, Stigma, and Self-Esteem: Positive and Negative Implications of Group Identification. Journal of Social Issues, 66(3), 553 - 569. doi:10.1111/j.1540-4560.2010.01662.x

    2008

    • Alvarez J, Crabtree JW (2008). The effects of residential setting on the quality of life of adults with autism spectrum conditions.. Good Autism Practice, 9(2), 2 - 8.

    2003

    • Crabtree JW (2003). Miantaining Positive Self-Concept - Social Comparisons in Secondary School Students with Mild Learning Disabilities Attending Mainstream and Special Schools. In Marsh HW, Craven R, McInerney DM (Ed.), International advances in self research (pp. 261 - 287). : Information Age Publishing.

    2001

    • Crabtree JW, Rutland A (2001). Self-evaluation and social comparison amongst adolescents with learning difficulties.. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 11(5), 347 - 359.