Affiliation: University of Hertfordshire
- The association between direct and relational bullying and behaviour problems among primary school childrenD Wolke
University of Hertfordshire, Department of Psychology, Hatfield, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 41:989-1002. 2000..Different interventions may be needed for those involved in relational bullying only, both direct and relational bullying, and those with additional behaviour problems...
- A randomised controlled trial of maternal satisfaction with the routine examination of the newborn baby at three months post birthDieter Wolke
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield, Herts AL10 9AB, UK
Midwifery 18:145-54. 2002..to determine whether any differences in maternal satisfaction with the examination of a newborn baby between midwives and junior paediatricians are maintained over a three-month period...
- Persistent infant crying and hyperactivity problems in middle childhoodDieter Wolke
University of Hertfordshire, Department of Psychology, Wolke Research Group, Hatfield Campus, Hatfield Herts, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 109:1054-60. 2002..To investigate whether persistent infant crying is associated with an increased risk for externalizing behavior problems in childhood...
- Routine examination of the newborn and maternal satisfaction: a randomised controlled trialD Wolke
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts, UK
Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 86:F155-60. 2002..To determine whether the routine examination of the newborn by a midwife compared with a junior paediatrician (SHO) affects maternal satisfaction with this examination...
- Bullying and victimization of primary school children in England and Germany: prevalence and school factorsD Wolke
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, DWRU, UK
Br J Psychol 92:673-96. 2001..In England, children in smaller classes were more often victimized. Further study of the group of bully/victims, schooling differences in England vs. Germany and implications for prevention of bullying are discussed...
- Bullying involvement in primary school and common health problemsD Wolke
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, DWRU, College Lane, Hatfield, Herts AL10 9AB, UK
Arch Dis Child 85:197-201. 2001..To examine the association of direct (e.g. hitting) and relational (e.g. hurtful manipulation of peer relationships) bullying experience with common health problems...
- The quality of routine examinations of the newborn performed by midwives and SHOs; an evaluation using video recordingsL Bloomfield
Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
J Med Screen 10:176-80. 2003..To evaluate the quality of the routine examination of the newborn as carried out by senior house officers (SHOs) and midwives...
- Malnutrition and mental development: is there a sensitive period? A nested case-control studyR Drewett
Department of Psychology, University of Durham, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 42:181-7. 2001..In this population, therefore, early malnutrition does not have specific adverse effect beyond the contribution that it makes to enduring malnutrition over the first 2 years...
- Research into early intervention for children with autism and related disorders: methodological and design issues. Report on a workshop funded by the Wellcome Trust, Institute of Child Health, London, UK, November 2001Tony Charman
Autism 7:217-25. 2003
- Bullied by siblings: association with peer victimisation and behaviour problems in Israeli lower secondary school childrenDieter Wolke
University of Bristol, Division of Child Health, ALSPAC, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 45:1015-29. 2004..The association of bullying victimisation by siblings with a) involvement in bullying at school and b) behaviour problems among lower secondary school children in Israel was investigated...
- Pervasive behavior problems at 6 years of age in a total-population sample of children born at </= 25 weeks of gestationMuthanna Samara
Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, United Kingdom
Pediatrics 122:562-73. 2008..The goal was to test whether extremely preterm children have more pervasive behavior problems than classroom peers, by using parent and teacher consensus reports. Is there an excess number of extremely preterm boys with behavior problems?..