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Our Research 

Publications

***Dr Sanderson's maiden name is Beck

  • Turnbull, M., Watson, B., Jin, Y., Lok. B & Sanderson, A. (2020, April, 22). Vicarious trauma, social media and Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Psychiatry. 

  • Turnbull, M., Watson, B., Jin, Y., Sanderson, A. & Lok, B. (2020, March 17). What we can learn from the collective trauma of these uncertain times, Times Higher Education.https://www.timeshighereducation.com/blog/what-we-can-learn-collective-trauma-these-uncertain-times

  • Hastings, R.P.; Daley, D.; Burns, C.; & Beck, A. (2006). Maternal distress and expressed emotion: Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships with behaviour problems of children with intellectual disabilities. American Journal on Mental Retardation. 111, ((1)) 48-61.

  • Hastings, R.P.; Beck, A.; Daley, D.; & Hill, C. (2005). Symptoms of ADHD and their correlates in children with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 26, ((5)) 456-468.

  • Hastings, R.P.; Beck, A.; & Hill, C. (2005). Positive contributions made by children with an intellectual disability in the family: Mothers' and fathers' perceptions. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. 9, ((2)) 155-165.

  •  Hastings, R. P., Beck, A., & Hill, C.  BRIEF REPORT (2005). Positive Contributions Made by Children with Mental Retardation in the Family: Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perceptions. American Journal of Mental Retardation.

  • Hastings, R.P.; & Beck, A. (2004). Stress intervention for parents of children with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 45, ((8)) 1338-1349.

  • Beck, A.; Hastings, R.P.; Daley, D.; & Stevenson, J. (2004). Pro-social behaviour and behaviour problems independently predict maternal stress. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. 29, ((4)) 339-349.

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Stevenson, J. (2004). Mothers’ expressed emotion towards children with and without intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 48, 628-638.

  • Beck, A, & Hastings, R., P. (2004) The Negative and the Positive in Families of Children with Severe Disabilities. The SLD Experience, 39, 6-9.

 

Conference Papers

  • Sanderson, A., (2017). Using Peer Instruction in a social science subject with flipped classroom pedagogy.  eLFA conference, Hong Kong.

  • Sanderson, A., (2017). Key Note Speaker - Using UReply to assess Peer Instruction in a flipped classroom environment. UReply User Forum Chinese University of Hong Kong.

  •  Beck, A., Hastings, R., P, & Hill, C, (2004). Positive contributions made by children with an intellectual disability in the family: Mothers' and fathers' perceptions. IASSID World Conference, Montpellier France.

  • Hill, C., Hastings, R. P.,  & Beck, A. (2003) Paternal Expressed Emotion towards Children with Intellectual Disabilities. 3rd Seattle Club Conference on Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Edinburgh, UK.

  • Beck, A., Hastings, R.P., & Stevenson, J. (2000) Expressed Emotion in Mothers’ of Children with Autism. University of Southampton, UK.

  • Beck, A., Hastings, R., P, & Stevenson, J. (2000) Parenting Children with learning disabilities. University of Southampton, UK

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Stevenson, J. (2002). Mothers’ Expressed Emotion towards their   Children with and without Mental Retardation. 35th Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, San Diego, CA.

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Stevenson, J. (2002) Mothers Expressed Emotion towards their children with and without mental retardation. BPS developmental conference. Brighton, UK

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Stevenson, J. (2002) Mothers Expressed Emotion towards their children with and without mental retardation. North Wales Special Interest Group (Learning Disabilities). St Asaph.

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Stevenson, J. (2001). Mothers’ expressed emotion towards their children with and without learning disabilities. 1st Seattle Club Conference on Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Birmingham, UK

  • Beck, A., Daley, D., Hastings, R. P., & Pit-ten Cate, I. (2002). Parenting Children With Down Syndrome, Autism and a Mixed Aetiology group. Down Syndrome Association Research Forum. Portsmouth, UK

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