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Woliter, Dean (2014). A realistic evaluation of a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) intervention to support an adolescent diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in a mainstream secondary school. University of Birmingham. Ed.Psych.D.

Lunham, Claire Louise (2009). An illuminative process evaluation of a year 7 ‘Primary Ethos’ initiative for vulnerable pupils. University of Birmingham. Ap.Ed.&ChildPsy.D.

Cozens, Julie Ann (2014). Appreciating the contribution of teaching assistants (TAs): a study of TAs’ descriptions of their support for pupils identified as having special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), using an appreciative inquiry (AI) approach. University of Birmingham. Ed.Psych.D.

Lewis, Anna MJ (2016). Can Appreciative Inquiry give primary school children voice and influence over their writing lessons? An exploratory multiple case study of three classes of primary children and their teachers using Appreciative Inquiry (AI) to: facilitate pupil participation; create new learning experiences in writing lessons; and help to evaluate the AI process in schools. University of Birmingham. Ed.Psych.D.

McNab, Eleanor (2010). Models of parent-professional collaboration: what do the parents of children with special educational needs value from their interactions with professionals? University of Birmingham. Ap.Ed.&ChildPsy.D.

Booth, Carol Marion (2009). Using Action Research to Explore a Drop-In Service at a Children’s Centre. University of Birmingham. Ed.D.

Thompson, Severine (2012). Using realistic evaluation as a tool to understand what enables and constrains parental engagement in a Midland Local Authority TAMHS project. University of Birmingham. Ap.Ed.&ChildPsy.D.

Tansley, Jayne (2014). What are the experiences of parents of children with autism who attend a residential school? an exploratory study using interpretative phenomenological analysis. University of Birmingham. Ed.Psych.D.

Oldale, Kate (2009). Young people and positive activities: the need for a local perspective. University of Birmingham. Ap.Ed.&ChildPsy.D.

Davies, Wendy Judith (2017). “I just started pretending they were there and they just kept staying with me”: a qualitative study into primary school-aged children’s perceptions of the purpose and functions their imaginary companions serve for them, particularly in school and with school work. University of Birmingham. Ed.Psych.D.

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