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Recently completed PhDs supervised by CEDAR staff

2015

Jill Grey – Living with family: psychological adaptation and well-being among family carers and adults with an intellectual disability (Dr Vaso Totsika and Prof Richard Hastings).

2014

Amy Hulson-Jones - Remediating basic skills deficits in offenders and adolescents at risk (Dr Carl Hughes, Bangor University; and Professor Richard Hastings)

Emily Tyler - Reading interventions for children with and without disabilities (Dr Carl Hughes, Bangor University; and Professor Richard Hastings)

2013

Mike Beverley - Behavioural methods to teach core curriculum skills in adults and children (Dr Carl Hughes, Bangor University; and Professor Richard Hastings)

Rina Cianfaglione - Behavioural phenotype and the support needs of girls and women with Rett Syndrome and their families (Professors David Felce and Angus Clarke, Cardiff University; and Professor Richard Hastings)

Ceri Christian-Jones - Physical health in adults with intellectual disabilities (Professor Richard Hastings; and Dr Carl Hughes, Bangor University; Professor Bill Lindsay, University of Abertay Dundee)

Leah Jones - Well-being and mindfulness in parents of children with autism (Professor Richard Hastings; and Dr Vaso Totsika)

Rachel Lofthouse - Risk factors for offending behaviour in adults intellectual disability (Professor Richard Hastings, Dr Vaso Totsika; and Professor Bill Lindsay, University of Abertay Dundee)

Pagona Tzanakaki - Applied Behaviour Analysis and the education of children with developmental disabilities (Professor Richard Hastings; and Drs Carl Hughes and Corinna Grindle, Bangor University)

2012

Maria Avraamidou - Physical, verbal and relational bullying of pupils with learning difficulties in Cypriot primary schools (Professor Geoff Lindsay)

2011

Ian Jones - The impact of migration within the enlarged European Union on the education of primary school pupils in the countries of the EU (Professor Geoff Lindsay)

Olympia Palikara - The resilience patterns of young people with specific speech and language difficulties (Professor Geoff Lindsay & Professor Julie Dockrell, University of London, Institute of Education)

Nuttiya Tantranont - Professional development: Guidelines for schooling success in Thailand (Professor Geoff Lindsay)

Issavara Sirirungruang - Inclusion of children with special-educational needs in Thailand (Dr Dimitra Hartas, CES, University of Warwick & Professor Geoff Lindsay)

2010

Sigmund Eldevik - Behavioural Intervention for children with developmental disabilities (Professor Richard Hastings; and Dr Carl Hughes, Bangor University)

Griffith, G. Adjustment among parents of children and adults with intellectual disabilities: Behavioural phenotypes (Professor Richard Hastings)

Noraini Zainal-Abidin - The transition of children with learning difficulties in Malaysia (Professor Geoff Lindsay)