Judi Walsh
Judi Walsh
Associate Professor in Psychology, University of East Anglia
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Crossed categorization in common ingroup contexts
RJ Crisp, J Walsh, M Hewstone
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (9), 1204-1218, 2006
Good partner, good parent: Responsiveness mediates the link between romantic attachment and parenting style
A Millings, J Walsh, E Hepper, M O’Brien
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 170-180, 2013
Definitions matter: if maternal–fetal relationships are not attachment, what are they?
J Walsh
Archives of women's mental health 13, 449-451, 2010
Investigating attachment, caregiving, and mental health: a model of maternal-fetal relationships
J Walsh, EG Hepper, BJ Marshall
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 14 (1), 1-9, 2014
Maternal–fetal relationships and psychological health: emerging research directions
J Walsh, EG Hepper, SR Bagge, F Wadephul, J Jomeen
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 31 (5), 490-499, 2013
A dyadic exploration of attachment and caregiving in long‐term couples
A Millings, J Walsh
Personal Relationships 16 (3), 437-453, 2009
Children of mothers with mental ilness: attachment, emotional and behavioural problems
J Cunningham, G Harris, P Vostanis, F Oyebode, J Blissett
Early Child Development and Care 174 (7-8), 639-650, 2004
Perception of need and barriers to access: the mental health needs of young people attending a Youth Offending Team in the UK
J Walsh, V Scaife, C Notley, J Dodsworth, G Schofield
Health & social care in the community 19 (4), 420-428, 2011
Different core beliefs predict paternal and maternal attachment representations in young women
J Blissett, J Walsh, G Harris, C Jones, N Leung, C Meyer
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy: An International Journal of Theory …, 2006
Interpersonal attachment predicts identification with groups
RJ Crisp, CV Farrow, HES Rosenthal, J Walsh, J Blissett, NMK Penn
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (1), 115-122, 2009
Measuring psychological health in the perinatal period: workshop consensus statement, 19 March 2013
F Alderdice, S Ayers, Z Darwin, J Green, J Jomeen, S Kenyon, CR Martin, ...
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 31 (5), 431-438, 2013
Children's understanding of mental ill health: implications for risk and resilience in relationships
J Walsh
Child & Family Social Work 14 (1), 115-122, 2009
Shared cognition in childhood anxiety: Interpretation bias in preschool children and their parents
J Ooi, HF Dodd, J Walsh
Journal of Child and Family Studies 24, 3413-3422, 2015
Attachment and coping strategies in middle childhood children whose mothers have a mental health problem: Implications for social work practice
J Walsh, G Schofield, G Harris, P Vostanis, F Oyebode, H Coulthard
British Journal of Social Work 39 (1), 81-98, 2009
The contributions of interpersonal attachment and friendship group identification to depressive symptoms in a nonclinical sample
HES Rosenthal, N Somers, P Fleming, J Walsh
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 44 (6), 409-414, 2014
Attachment anxiety and friendship group identification under attachment threat: The moderating role of priming support network expectations
HES Rosenthal, J Walsh, RJ Crisp, CV Farrow, MJ Waugh, J Blissett, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (5), 562-567, 2012
Young carers-or children in need of care-decision making for children of parents with mental health problems
G Schofield, J Walsh
Child & Fam. LQ 22, 223, 2010
Children of mothers admitted to psychiatric hospital: Care arrangements and mothers' perceptions
J Cunningham, F Oyebode, P Vostanis
Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review 5 (3), 114-119, 2000
The maternal-fetal relationship: conceptualisation, measurement and application in practice
Z Darwin, J Walsh
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Do you think I should be scared? The effect of peer discussion on children's fears
J Ooi, HF Dodd, BG Stuijfzand, J Walsh, S Broeren
Behaviour research and therapy 87, 23-33, 2016
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