Congratulations to the following CHiLD members on their recent publications!
1. Moran, D., & Taylor, L. K. (in press). Outgroup prosocial behaviour among children and adolescents in conflict settings. Current Opinion in Psychology.
2. O Reilly, A., McKenna, N., & Fitzgerald, A. (2021). Measuring goal progress using the goal-based outcome measure in Jigsaw – A primary care youth mental health service. Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
3. Santos, F.H., Mosbacher, J.A., Menghini, D., Rubia, K., Grabner, R.H., Cohen Kadosh R. (2021). Effects of transcranial stimulation in developmental neurocognitive disorders: A critical appraisal. Prog Brain Res. 264:1-40.
The IRC-ESRC funded ‘Mood Movement Network’, held its final networking event on 23rd August exploring ‘Practice and policy recommendations related to technology and young people’s mental health and safety online for young people’ Follow them on Twitter @Mood_Movement or check out their website www.moodmovement.org
The COVISION project will hold a seminar on 25th Sept at 1pm on “Children’s images online: exploring ethical issues in participatory research projects” led by Professor Kay Tisdall (University of Edinburgh). Register here: https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AXShhPhdQNCmQ8hpySPieg
The COVISION is looking for young Research Advisers aged 10-17 to form a Children’s Research Advisory Group to help us make COVISION more useful and understandable from children’s point of view. Find out more at https://www.covision.ie/join-a-crag