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Additional Journal Articles

2007-2009

Allen, J. L., Rapee, R. M., & Sandberg, S. ‘Adverse life events and chronic adversities as antecedents to anxiety in children: A matched control study’ Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36 (2008): 1047-1056.

Allen, J. L., & Rapee, R. M. ‘Are reported differences in life events experienced by anxious and control children due to comorbid disorders?’ Journal of Anxiety Disorders 23(4) (2009): 511-518.

Atkinson, E. & Dadds, M.R., ‘Threat is a multidimensional construct: Exploring the role of children’s threat appraisals in the relationship between interparental conflict and child adjustment’ Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 37 (2009): 281–292.

Beckett, C., Castle, C., Groothues, C., Hawkins, A., O’Connor, T., Sonuga-Barke, E., Colvert, E., Kreppner, J., Rutter, M., & Stevens, S. (2007). The experience of adoption. I. The association between communicative openness and self-esteem in adoption. Adoption & Fostering 31 (4).

Cotton, Daphne; Reynolds, Jenny and Apps, Joanna. Training for parenting support: Qualitative research with employers, managers, providers and practitioners in ten local authorities in England. London: Family and Parenting Institute, 2009.

Dadds, M.R. & Rhodes, T. ‘Aggression in young children with concurrent callous-unemotional traits: Can the neurosciences inform progress and innovation in treatment approaches?’ Persistent violent offenders: Neuroscience and rehabilitation. Eds. S.Hodgins, E.Viding, & A. Plodowski. Oxford: Oxford UP (2009). 85-100.

Dadds, M.R., Hunter, K., Hawes, D., Frost, A.J., Vassallo, S., Bunn, P., Merz, S. ‘Learning to “talk the talk”: the relationship of psychopathic traits to deficits in empathy across childhood.’ Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50.5 (2009): 599-606.

Day, C. ‘Children’s and Young People’s Involvement and Participation in Mental Health Care’ Commissioned Review for Child and Adolescent Mental Health 13.1 (2008): 2-8

Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Moul, C., Oliver, B., Allen, J. L., & Dadds, M. An innovative approach to the study of callous-unemotional traits in young children. 4th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Roehampton University, London, United Kingdom, July 2009

Futh, A. O’Connor, TG, Matias, C, Green J, Scott, S. (2008). Attachment Narratives and Behavioural and Emotional Symptoms in an Ethnically Diverse, At-Risk Sample. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 47, 709-718

Guastella, A.J. & Dadds, M.R. ‘Sequential Growth in Emotion-Processing in Therapy: A Laboratory Study’ Cognitive Research and Therapy 33.4 (2009): 368-374.

Harnett, P. & Day, C.’Developing pathways to assist parents to exit the child protection system in Australia’ Clinical Psychologist12.3 (2008): 75-83.

Hawes, D.J., Brennan, J. & Dadds, M.R., ‘Do environmental adversity and callous-unemotional traits moderate the relationship between cortisol and antisocial behavior in children?’ Current Opinion in Psychiatry 22 (2009): 357–362.

Hawkins, A., Beckett, C., Groothues, C., Castle, J., Sonuga-Barke, E. J. S., Colvert, E., Kreppner, J., Stevens, S., Rutter, M., O’Connor, T.(2008) The experience of adoption. II. A study of intercountry and domestic adoption from the child’s point of view.Adoption & Fostering 32 (1)

Hawkins, A., Beckett, C., Rutter, M., Castle, J., Colvert, E., Groothues, C., Kreppner, J., Stevens, S., & Sonuga-Barke, E.(2008) Communicative openness about adoption in a sample of domestic and intercountry adolescent adoptees. Adoption Quarterly 10 (3) 131-156

Humphrey, N., Fonagy, P., Fredrickson, N., Day, C., Rutter, M., et al. Review of Recommendations for National Policy for England for the Use of Measures of Social and Emotional with Children and Young People. Department for Children, Schools and Families/Department of Health. 2008.

Leist, T. & Dadds, M.R. ‘Adolescents’ Ability to Read Different Emotional Faces Relates to their History of Maltreatment and Type of Psychopathology’ Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 14.2 (2009): 237-250

Moran P, Rowe R, Flach C, Briskman J, Ford T, Maughan B, Scott S and Goodman R. ‘The predictive value of callous-unemotional traits in a large community sample’ Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 48.11 (2009): 1079-1084.

Potier, J., Day, C. & Pistrang, N. ‘Childhood onset conduct problems: the role of mothers’ interpersonal schemas and their relationship to parental behaviour’ Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 35.4 (2007): 457-472

Rubia K, Halari R, Smith A, Mohammed M, Scott S, Giampietro V, Taylor E, and Brammer M (2008) Dissociated Functional Brain Abnormalities of Inhibition in Boys with Pure Conduct Disorder and in Boys with Pure Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. American Journal of  Psychiatry 165, 889-897

Rubia K, Halari R, Smith A, Mohammad M, Scott S and Brammer M (2009). Shared and disorder-specific prefrontal abnormalities in boys with pure Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder compared to boys with pure CD during interference inhibition and attention allocation Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50, 669-678

Salmon, K., Dadds, M.R., Allen, J., & Hawes, D.M. ‘Can emotional language skills be taught during parent training for conduct problem children?’ Child Psychiatry and Human Development 40.4 (2009): 485-498.

Scott S (2008) An update on interventions for conduct disorder. Advances in psychiatric treatment 14, 61-70

Scott S (2008) Parenting programmes for attachment and conduct problems. Psychiatry, 7, 367-370

Scott S (2007) 'Parent training for conduct disorders?: parent programmes are effective but training and provision are inadequate BMJ 334, 646-647.

Scott, S & Dadds, M.R. ‘When parent training doesn’t work: Theory-driven clinical strategies.’ Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 50.12 (2009): 1441-1450.

Scott S. (2009). Briefing Note for NICE Clinical Guideline on Recognition, Identification and management of Conduct Disorder in Children and Young People. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Scott S. (2009). Conduct disorders in childhood and adolescence. Chapter in MG Gelder, JJ Lopez-Ibor NC Andreason and J Geddes (editors) New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry (second edition) Oxford: Oxford UP (2009).

Scott S. ‘Developmental psychopathology and classification in childhood and adolescence.’ New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry(2nd edition) Eds. MG Gelder, JJ Lopez-Ibor & NC Andreason and J Geddes. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2009).

Sylva K, Scott S, Totsika V, Ereky-Stevens K and Crook C (2008) Training parents to help their children read: a randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Educational Psychology 78, 435–455

Van Bergen, P., Salmon, K., Dadds, M. R., & Allen, J. L. ‘Training mothers in emotion-rich reminiscing.’ Journal of Cognition and Development, 10.3 (2009): 162-187.

Wolpert, M., Fonagy, P., Fredrickson, N., Day, C., Rutter, M., et al. Review of Recommendations for National Policy for England for the Use of Measures of Social and Emotional with Children and Young People. Department for Children, Schools and Families/Department of Health. 2008.


2010-2011

Allen, J. L., Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Moul, C., Oliver, B., Chivers, C., Wormald, C., & Dadds, M. Love, eye contact and the origins of empathy versus psychopathy. World Congress for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy, Boston, United States, June, 2010.

Allen, J. L., Blatter-Meunier, J., Ursprung, A., & Schneider, S. ’Maternal daily diary report in the assessment of childhood separation anxiety disorder’ Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 39.2 (2010): 1-8.

Allen, J. L., Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Chivers, C., Wormald, C., Oliver, B., & Dadds, M. Talking and Listening with your Child (TLC): An Innovative Parent-Child Emotion Conversation-Based Adjunct to Parent Training. Paper in symposium titled: “National Academy for Parenting Research: A Collection of Papers presenting Parent-Focused Resources and Programmes.” British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Manchester, United Kingdom, July, 2010.

Castle, J, Beckett, C., Rutter, M & Sonuga-Barke, E. ( 2010) Post-Adoption Environmental Features In Deprivation-Specific Psychological Patterns: Effects of Institutional Deprivation Edited by M. Rutter & E. J. Sonuga-Barke Child Development

Herlitz, L. & Humayun, S. (2010). Youth offending: A Family Affair? The Magistrate (March/April 2010) pp. 2-3

Day C, Kowalenko S, Ellis M, Dawe S, Harnett P & Scott, S. (2011) The Helping Families Programme: A New Parenting Intervention for Children with Severe and Persistent Conduct Problems. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 16, 167-171

Hobson C, Scott S, & Rubia K.(2011) Investigation of cool and hot executive function in ODD/CD independently of ADHD. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52, 1035-1043

Rubia K, Halari R, Cubillo A, Mohammad M, Scott S and Brammer M (2010) Disorder-specific inferior frontal dysfunction in boys with pure Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder compared to boys with pure CD during cognitive flexibility Human Brain Mapping, 31 (12), 1823-33

Scott S, Briskman, J, Woolgar  M, Humayun S, & O’Connor T (2011) Attachment in Adolescence: Overlap with Parenting and Unique Prediction of Behavioural Adjustment Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52, 1052-1062

Scott S. ‘National dissemination of effective parenting programmes to improve child outcomes.’ British Journal of Psychiatry 196 (2010): 1-3.

Scott, S. ‘Nationwide Dissemination of Effective Parenting Interventions: Building a Parenting Academy for England’ Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Children and Adolescents (second edition). Eds. John Weisz and Alan Kazdin. New York; Guilford (2010).

Scott, S, Sylva,K, Doolan, M, Price, J, Jacobs,B, Crook, C and Landau, S. (2010) Randomized controlled trial of parent groups for child antisocial behaviour targeting multiple risk factors: the SPOKES project.Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 51, 48-57

Scott, S, O’Connor T, Futh A, Price J, Matias C & Doolan M. (2010) Impact of a parenting program in a high-risk, multi-ethnic community: The PALS trial Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 51 (12), 1331-41

Scott S, Briskman, J & Dadds, M (2011) Measuring parenting in community and public health research using brief child and parent reports. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 20 (3), 343-352. 

Vostanis, P., Taylor, H., Day, C. et al. ‘Child mental health practitioners’ knowledge and experiences of children’s educational needs and services’ Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2010)

Vostanis, P., Taylor, H., Day, C., Street, C., Weare, K., Wolpert, M., Edwards, R. & Hassan, S. ‘What can schools teach CAMHS?’ Development and evaluation of a professional development and service improvement intervention for CAMHS staff to increase joint working with education services. Department of Health Service Development & Organisation section (2010).

Weare, K., Vostanis, P., Day, C., Street, C., Wolpert, M., Taylor, H & Edwards, R. ‘Helping Children to Achieve: A professional development and service improvement intervention for CAMHS staff to increase joint working with education services’ Putting the NSF into Practice University of Leicester/Department of Health Service Development & Organisation section (2010)

2012-2013

Allen J, Dadds M, Briskman J, Humayun S & Scott S. (2013) Heartless and cunning? Verbal ability in adolescents with antisocial behavior and psychopathic traits. Psychiatry Research published on line 12/09/2013

Baker-Henningham H,  Scott S, Jones K  & Walker, S. (2012) Reducing child conduct problems and promoting social skills in a middle-income country: cluster-randomised controlled trial British Journal of Psychiatry 201, 101-108

Dadds MR, Allen JL, Oliver BR, Faulkner N, Legge K, Moul C, Woolgar  M & Scott S. (2012)  Love, eye contact, and the developmental origins of empathy versus psychopathy. British Journal of Psychiatry 200, 191-196

O'Connor T, Matias C, FuthA, Tantam G & Scott S. (2013) Social Learning Theory-based Parenting Intervention Promotes Attachment-based Caregiving: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 42, 358-420

Pilling S, Gould N, Whittington C Taylor C & Scott S (2013) Recognition, intervention and management of antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people: summary of NICE-SCIE Guidance BMJ 346:f1298

Scott S, Bailey C (2013). Managing Disruptive Behaviour Disorders in Children. The Practitioner  257:19-21

Scott S & O'Connor T (2012) An experimental test of differential susceptibility to parenting among emotionally dysregulated children in a Randomized Controlled Trial for Oppositional Behavior Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53, 1184-1193

Scott S (2012) Parenting quality and children’s mental health: biological mechanisms and psychological interventions. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 25:301–306

Scott S, Sylva S, Beckett C, Kallitsoglou A, Doolan M & Ford, T. (2012) Should parenting programmes to improve children’s life chances address child behaviour, reading skills, or both? Rationale for the Helping Children Achieve trial. European Journal for Developmental Psychology, 9, 47-60

Stateva M, Minton J, Beckett, C Doolan M, Ford T, Kallitsoglou A & Scott S. (2012) Challenges recruiting families with children at risk of anti-social behaviour into intervention trials: lessons from the Helping Children Achieve (HCA) Study. Journal for Children’s Services ,7, 285-302

Taylor C, Pilling S & Scott S (2013) Prompt interventions improve outcomes in conduct disorders. Guidelines in Practice, 16, 15-22

Woolgar M, Bengo C & Scott S (2013) Social learning theory-based parenting programs to treat attachment difficulties: a case-study of an older child placed late for adoption. Adoption Quarterly 16,  201-217

2014-2015

Ahmed K, Windsor L & Scott S (2015) In their own words: abused children’s perceptions of care provided by their birth parents and foster carers. Adoption & Fostering, 39: 21–37

Barrow, F., Heyman, I., Scott, S. & Krebs, G. (2014) Rituals or rivalry? The phenomenology and treatment of sibling specific obsessions in paediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders. 3, 3: 209-214

Bonell C, Fletcher A, Fitzgerald-Yau N, Hale D, Allen E, Elbourne D, Jones R, Bond L, Wiggins M, Miners A, Legood R, Scott S, Christie D & Viner R (2015) Initiating change locally in bullying and aggression through the school environment (INCLUSIVE): a pilot randomized controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment 19, no. 53

Dadds M, Allen J, McGregor K, Woolgar M, Viding E, Scott S (2014)  Callous-unemotional traits in children and mechanisms of impaired eye contact during expressions of love: a treatment target? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry   55:771–780

Dozier, M., Kaufman, J., Kobak, R., O'Connor, T. G., Sagi-Schwartz, A., Scott, S., Shauffer, C., Smetana, J., van IJzendoorn, M. H. & Zeanah, C. H. (2014) Consensus statement on group care for children and adolescents: A statement of policy of the American Orthopsychiatric Association The American journal of Orthopsychiatry. 8: 219-225

Green J, Biehal N, Roberts C, Dixon J, Kay C, Parry E, Rothwell J, Roby A, Kapadia D, Scott, S & Sinclair I. (2014) Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care for Adolescents in English Care: randomized trial and observational cohort evaluation. British Journal of Psychiatry: 204:214-221

JosephM, O'ConnorT, BriskmanJ, MaughanB & Scott S (2014) The formation of secure new attachments by children who were maltreated: an observational study of adolescents in foster care. Development and Psychopathology 26: 67-80

Matias C, O'Connor T, FuthA & Scott S (2014) Observational Attachment Theory-based Parenting Measures Predict Children's Attachment Narratives Independently from Social Learning Theory-based Measures Attachment and Human Development 16, 77-92

Scott S, Briskman J and O’Connor T (2014) Early prevention of Antisocial Personality: Long-term follow-up of two randomized controlled trials comparing indicated and selective approaches American Journal of Psychiatry 171, 649-657

Scott S. (2014). Something old, something new: reflections on behavioural heterogeneity in conduct disorders and Klahr & Burt (2014). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55:1311-1314

Woolgar M & Scott S (2014) The negative consequences of over-diagnosing attachment disorders in adopted children: the importance of comprehensive formulations Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 19, 355-366

2016-2017

Bonell C, Mathiot A, Allen E, Bevilacqua L, Christie D, Elnourne D, Fletcher A, Grieve R, Legood R, Scott S, Warren E, Wiggins M and Viner R (2017)

Initiating change locally in bullying and aggression through the school environment (INCLUSIVE) trial: update to cluster randomised controlled trial protocol. Bio Med Central. Online

 

Gardner F, Leijten P, Mann J, Landau S, Harris V, Beecham J, Bonin E-M, Hutchings J & Scott S (2017) Could scale-up of parenting programmes improve child disruptive behaviour and reduce social inequalities? Using individual participant data meta-analysis to establish for whom programmes are effective and cost-effective. Public Health Research

 

Humayun S, Herlitz L, Chesnokov M., Doolan M, Landau S, & Scott, S. (2017). Randomized controlled trial of functional family therapy for offending and antisocial behaviour in UK youth. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58(9): 1023–1032

 

Leijten P, Gardner F, Landau S. & Harris V, Mann J, Hutchings J, Beecham J. & Bonin E-M, Scott S (2017) Harnessing the Power of Individual Participant Data in a Meta-Analysis of the Benefits and Harms of the Incredible Years Parenting Program. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Online

 

O’Connor T, Humayun S, Briskman J & Scott S (2016) Sensitivity to Parenting in Adolescents With Callous/Unemotional Traits: Observational and Experimental Findings. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 125:502-513

 

Sarkar S, Dellacqua F, Froudis F, Catani M, Craig M, Blackwood N, Scott S, Deeley Q & Murphy D (2016) A whole-brain investigation of white matter microstructure in adolescents with conduct disorder. PLOS One

 

Scott, S (2016) Finding out the best way to tailor psychological interventions for children and families. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 57:237-240

 

Sinclair I, Parry E, Biehal N, Fresen J, Kay C, Scott S & Green J (2016) Multi-dimensional Treatment Foster Care in England: Differential Effects by Level of Initial Antisocial Behaviour. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, in press

Children and Youth with Callous-Unemotional Traits

Allen, J. L., Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Moul, C., Oliver, B., Chivers, C., Wormald, C., & Dadds, M. Love, eye contact and the origins of empathy versus psychopathy. World Congress for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy, Boston, United States, June, 2010.

Dadds M, Allen J, McGregor K, Woolgar M, Viding E, Scott S (2014)  Callous-unemotional traits in children and mechanisms of impaired eye contact during expressions of love: a treatment target? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry   55:771–780

Dadds, M.R. & Rhodes, T. ‘Aggression in young children with concurrent callous-unemotional traits: Can the neurosciences inform progress and innovation in treatment approaches?’ Persistent violent offenders: Neuroscience and rehabilitation. Eds. S.Hodgins, E.Viding, & A. Plodowski. Oxford: Oxford UP (2009). 85-100.

Dadds, M.R., Hunter, K., Hawes, D., Frost, A.J., Vassallo, S., Bunn, P., Merz, S. ‘Learning to “talk the talk”: the relationship of psychopathic traits to deficits in empathy across childhood.’ Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50.5 (2009): 599-606.

Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Moul, C., Oliver, B., Allen, J. L., & Dadds, M. An innovative approach to the study of callous-unemotional traits in young children. 4th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Roehampton University, London, United Kingdom, July 2009

Hawes, D.J., Brennan, J. & Dadds, M.R., ‘Do environmental adversity and callous-unemotional traits moderate the relationship between cortisol and antisocial behavior in children?’ Current Opinion in Psychiatry 22 (2009): 357–362.

Leist, T. & Dadds, M.R. ‘Adolescents’ Ability to Read Different Emotional Faces Relates to their History of Maltreatment and Type of Psychopathology’ Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 14.2 (2009): 237-250

Moran P, Rowe R, Flach C, Briskman J, Ford T, Maughan B, Scott S and Goodman R. ‘The predictive value of callous-unemotional traits in a large community sample’ Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 48.11 (2009): 1079-1084.

O’Connor T, Humayun S, Briskman J & Scott S (2016) Sensitivity to Parenting in Adolescents With Callous/Unemotional Traits: Observational and Experimental Findings. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 125:502-513

Trials of Parenting Programmes for Disruptive Child Behaviour

Allen, J. L., Faulkner, N., Legge, K., Chivers, C., Wormald, C., Oliver, B., & Dadds, M. Talking and Listening with your Child (TLC): An Innovative Parent-Child Emotion Conversation-Based Adjunct to Parent Training. Paper in symposium titled: “National Academy for Parenting Research: A Collection of Papers presenting Parent-Focused Resources and Programmes.” British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Manchester, United Kingdom, July, 2010.

Day C, Kowalenko S, Ellis M, Dawe S, Harnett P & Scott, S. (2011) The Helping Families Programme: A New Parenting Intervention for Children with Severe and Persistent Conduct ProblemsChild and Adolescent Mental Health 16, 167-171

Gardner F, Leijten P, Mann J, Landau S, Harris V, Beecham J, Bonin E-M, Hutchings J & Scott S (2017) Could scale-up of parenting programmes improve child disruptive behaviour and reduce social inequalities? Using individual participant data meta-analysis to establish for whom programmes are effective and cost-effective. Public Health Research

Leijten P, Gardner F, Landau S. & Harris V, Mann J, Hutchings J, Beecham J. & Bonin E-M, Scott S (2017) Harnessing the Power of Individual Participant Data in a Meta-Analysis of the Benefits and Harms of the Incredible Years Parenting Program. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Online

O'Connor T, Matias C, FuthA, Tantam G & Scott S. (2013) Social Learning Theory-based Parenting Intervention Promotes Attachment-based Caregiving: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 42, 358-420

 

Scott S, Briskman, J & Dadds, M (2011) Measuring parenting in community and public health research using brief child and parent reports. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 20 (3), 343-352

 

Scott, S & Dadds, M.R. ‘When parent training doesn’t work: Theory-driven clinical strategies.’ Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 50.12 (2009): 1441-1450

 

Scott S. ‘National dissemination of effective parenting programmes to improve child outcomes.’ British Journal of Psychiatry 196 (2010): 1-3.

 

Scott, S. ‘Nationwide Dissemination of Effective Parenting Interventions: Building a Parenting Academy for England’ Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Children and Adolescents (second edition). Eds. John Weisz and Alan Kazdin. New York; Guilford (2010)

 

Scott, S, Sylva,K, Doolan, M, Price, J, Jacobs,B, Crook, C and Landau, S. (2010) Randomized controlled trial of parent groups for child antisocial behaviour targeting multiple risk factors: the SPOKES project.Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 51, 48-57

 

Scott, S, O’Connor T, Futh A, Price J, Matias C & Doolan M. (2010) Impact of a parenting program in a high-risk, multi-ethnic community: The PALS trial Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 51 (12), 1331-41

 

Scott S & O'Connor T (2012) An experimental test of differential susceptibility to parenting among emotionally dysregulated children in a Randomized Controlled Trial for Oppositional Behavior Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53, 1184-1193

 

Scott S (2012) Parenting quality and children’s mental health: biological mechanisms and psychological interventions. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 25:301–306

 

Scott S, Sylva S, Beckett C, Kallitsoglou A, Doolan M & Ford, T. (2012) Should parenting programmes to improve children’s life chances address child behaviour, reading skills, or both? Rationale for the Helping Children Achieve trial. European Journal for Developmental Psychology, 9, 47-60

 

Sylva K, Scott S, Totsika V, Ereky-Stevens K and Crook C (2008) Training parents to help their children read: a randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Educational Psychology 78, 435–455

 

Van Bergen, P., Salmon, K., Dadds, M. R., & Allen, J. L. ‘Training mothers in emotion-rich reminiscing.’ Journal of Cognition and Development, 10.3 (2009): 162-187.

Attachment Security

Allen, J. L., Blatter-Meunier, J., Ursprung, A., & Schneider, S. ’Maternal daily diary report in the assessment of childhood separation anxiety disorder’ Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 39.2 (2010): 1-8.

Futh, A. O’Connor, TG, Matias, C, Green J, Scott, S. (2008). Attachment Narratives and Behavioural and Emotional Symptoms in an Ethnically Diverse, At-Risk Sample. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry47, 709-718

JosephM, O'ConnorT, BriskmanJ, MaughanB & Scott S (2014) The formation of secure new attachments by children who were maltreated: an observational study of adolescents in foster care. Development and Psychopathology 26: 67-80

Matias C, O'Connor T, FuthA & Scott S (2014) Observational Attachment Theory-based Parenting Measures Predict Children's Attachment Narratives Independently from Social Learning Theory-based Measures Attachment and Human Development 16, 77-92

Scott S, Briskman J, Woolgar  M, Humayun S, & O’Connor T (2011) Attachment in Adolescence: Overlap with Parenting and Unique Prediction of Behavioural Adjustment. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52, 1052-1062

Woolgar M, Bengo C & Scott S (2013) Social learning theory-based parenting programs to treat attachment difficulties: a case-study of an older child placed late for adoption. Adoption Quarterly 16,  201-217

Trials of Interventions for Teenage Antisocial Behaviour

Baker-Henningham H,  Scott S, Jones K  & Walker, S. (2012) Reducing child conduct problems and promoting social skills in a middle-income country: cluster-randomised controlled trial British Journal of Psychiatry 201, 101-108

Bonell C, Mathiot A, Allen E, Bevilacqua L, Christie D, Elnourne D, Fletcher A, Grieve R, Legood R, Scott S, Warren E, Wiggins M and Viner R (2017)

Initiating change locally in bullying and aggression through the school environment (INCLUSIVE) trial: update to cluster randomised controlled trial protocol. Bio Med Central. Online

 

Humayun S, Herlitz L, Chesnokov M., Doolan M, Landau S, & Scott, S. (2017). Randomized controlled trial of functional family therapy for offending and antisocial behaviour in UK youth. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58(9): 1023–1032

 

Pilling S, Gould N, Whittington C Taylor C & Scott S (2013) Recognition, intervention and management of antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people: summary of NICE-SCIE Guidance BMJ 346:f1298

 

Scott S, Bailey C (2013). Managing Disruptive Behaviour Disorders in Children. The Practitioner  257:19-21

 

Scott S (2008) An update on interventions for conduct disorder. Advances in psychiatric treatment 14, 61-70

 

Scott S. (2009). Briefing Note for NICE Clinical Guideline on Recognition, Identification and management of Conduct Disorder in Children and Young People. London: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

 

Scott S, Briskman J and O’Connor T (2014) Early prevention of Antisocial Personality: Long-term follow-up of two randomized controlled trials comparing indicated and selective approaches American Journal of Psychiatry 171, 649-657

 

Scott S. (2009). Conduct disorders in childhood and adolescence. Chapter in MG Gelder, JJ Lopez-Ibor NC Andreason and J Geddes (editors) New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry (second edition) Oxford: Oxford UP (2009).

 

Taylor C, Pilling S & Scott S (2013) Prompt interventions improve outcomes in conduct disorders. Guidelines in Practice, 16, 15-22

Looked After and Fostered Children and Adolescents

Beckett, C., Castle, C., Groothues, C., Hawkins, A., O’Connor, T., Sonuga-Barke, E., Colvert, E., Kreppner, J., Rutter, M., & Stevens, S. (2007). The experience of adoption. I. The association between communicative openness and self-esteem in adoption. Adoption & Fostering 31 (4).

Castle, J, Beckett, C., Rutter, M & Sonuga-Barke, E. ( 2010) Post-Adoption Environmental Features In Deprivation-Specific Psychological Patterns: Effects of Institutional Deprivationю Edited by M. Rutter & E. J. Sonuga-Barke Child Development

Green J, Biehal N, Roberts C, Dixon J, Kay C, Parry E, Rothwell J, Roby A, Kapadia D, Scott, S & Sinclair I. (2014) Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care for Adolescents in English Care: randomized trial and observational cohort evaluation. British Journal of Psychiatry: 204:214-221

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