External Publications Using GUI Data

Authors ↑ Year Title Link Journal/Book Abstract
Banks J., McCoy S.2011A Study on the Prevalence of Special Educational NeedsOpenNational Council for Special Education Research, Report No.9
Banks J., McCoy S., Shevlin M.2013Inclusive Education Research: Evidence from Growing Up in IrelandOpenTrinity Education Papers
Banks, J., Maitre, B., McCoy, S., Watson, D.2016Parental Educational Expectations of Children with DisabilitiesOpenESRI Research Series No.50
Banks, J., McCoy, S.2012What do we know about special educational needs? Evidence from Growing Up in IrelandOpenESRI Research Bulletin No. 2012/3/1, 21/09/2012.
Banks, J., Shevlin, M., McCoy, S.2012Disproportionality in special education: identifying children with emotional behavioural difficulties in Irish primary schoolsOpenEuropean Journal of Special Needs Education
Bohnert, M., Gracia, P.2021Emerging digital generations? Impacts of child digital use on mental and socioemotional well-being across two cohorts in Ireland, 2007-2018OpenChild Indicators Research
Bohnert, M., Gracia, P.2023Digital use and socioeconomic inequalities in adolescent well‐being: Longitudinal evidence on socioemotional and educational outcomesOpenJournal of Adolescence
Bowe, A., Healy, C., Cannon, M., Codd, M.B.2021Physical activity and emotional-behavioural difficulties in young people: a longitudinal population-based cohort studyOpenEuropean Journal of Public Health
Bowe, A., Hourihane, J., Murray, D., Staines, A.2021Validity of the ages and stages questionnaire for detecting later below average cognitive functionOpenArchives of Disease in Childhood
Bowe, A., Murray, D., Staines, A.2021Emotional behavioural development in children with below average cognitive functionOpenArchives of Disease in Childhood
Bowe, A.K., Lightbody, G., O’Boyle, D.S., Staines, A., Murray, D.M.2024Predicting low cognitive ability at age 5 years using perinatal data and machine learningOpenPediatric Research
Bradshaw, D., Creaven, A.M., Muldoon, O.T.2021Parental incarceration affects children’s emotional and behavioral outcomes: A longitudinal cohort study of children aged 9 to 13 yearsOpenInternational Journal of Behavioural Development
Bradshaw, D., Hannigan, A., Creaven, A.M., Muldoon, O.2020Longitudinal associations between parental incarceration and children's emotional and behavioural development: Results from a population cohort studyOpenChild: Care, health and development
Brady, A.M., Hennessy, E., Polek, E.2015Teenage parenthood and child externalising and internalising problems: evidence from the 'Growing Up in Ireland' studyOpenThe Irish Journal of Psychology
Brannigan, R., Cronin, F., McEvoy, O., Stanistreet, D., Layte, R.2022Verification of the Goldilocks Hypothesis: the association between screen use, digital media and psychiatric symptoms in the Growing Up in Ireland studyOpenSocial Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Brannigan, R., Gil-Hernandez, C.J., McEvoy, O., Cronin, F., Stanistreet, D., Layte, R.2022Digital engagement and its association with adverse psychiatric symptoms: A longitudinal cohort study utilizing latent class analysisOpenComputers in Human Behavior
Brannigan, R., Healy, C., Cannon, M., Leacy, F. P., Clarke, M. C.2020Prenatal tobacco exposure and psychiatric outcomes in adolescence: is the effect mediated through birth weight?OpenActa Psychiatrica Scandinavia
Brick, A., Nolan, A., O’Reilly, J., Smith, S.2010Policy implications and a framework of entitlements for the Irish health‐care sector. In Framework for supporting the delivery of integrated health care in Ireland, Part 7, Chapter 15.OpenResource Allocation, Financing and Sustainability in Health Care Evidence for the Expert Group on Resource Allocation and Financing in the Health Sector
Briody, J.2021Parental unemployment during the Great Recession and childhood adiposityOpenSocial Science & Medicine
Burke, L.A.2020Childhood Psychological Health During the Great Recession in IrelandOpenThe Economic and Social Review
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