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Peter Martin
Peter Martin
Associate Professor of Biostatistics & Psychological Methods, University College London
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Career transitions in times of social change. His and her story
I Schoon, P Martin, A Ross
Journal of Vocational Behavior 70 (1), 78-96, 2007
2772007
Fifth patient report of the national emergency laparotomy audit
NELA Project Team
Royal College of Anasthetists, 2019
1702019
Fathers’ involvement: correlates and consequences for child socioemotional behavior in the United Kingdom
A McMunn, P Martin, Y Kelly, A Sacker
Journal of Family Issues 38 (8), 1109-1131, 2017
1502017
‘I just stopped going’: A mixed methods investigation into types of therapy dropout in adolescents with depression
S O’Keeffe, P Martin, M Target, N Midgley
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 75, 2019
1392019
Beyond transitions: Applying optimal matching analysis to life course research
P Martin, I Schoon, A Ross
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 11 (3), 179-199, 2008
1112008
Predicting dropout in adolescents receiving therapy for depression
S O’Keeffe, P Martin, IM Goodyer, P Wilkinson, I Consortium, N Midgley
Psychotherapy Research 28 (5), 708-721, 2018
1022018
Science related careers: aspirations and outcomes in two British cohort studies
I Schoon, A Ross, P Martin
Equal Opportunities International 26 (2), 129-143, 2007
90*2007
When adolescents stop psychological therapy: Rupture–repair in the therapeutic alliance and association with therapy ending.
S O'Keeffe, P Martin, N Midgley
Psychotherapy 57 (4), 471, 2020
722020
Assumption of Work and Family-Related Roles
I Schoon, A Ross, P Martin
Transitions from school to work: Globalization, individualization, and …, 2009
55*2009
The effects of mixed mode survey designs on simple and complex analyses
P Martin, P Lynn
ISER Working Paper Series, 2011
502011
From ‘reckless’ to ‘mindful’in the use of outcome data to inform service-level performance management: perspectives from child mental health
M Wolpert, J Deighton, D De Francesco, P Martin, P Fonagy, T Ford
BMJ Quality & Safety 23 (4), 272-276, 2014
472014
Family and nonfamily role configurations in two British cohorts
A Ross, I Schoon, P Martin, A Sacker
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (1), 1-14, 2009
452009
Supporting foster carers to meet the needs of looked after children: A feasibility and pilot evaluation of the Reflective Fostering Programme
N Midgley, A Cirasola, C Austerberry, E Ranzato, G West, P Martin, ...
Developmental Child Welfare 1 (1), 41-60, 2019
432019
The factor structure of the Working Alliance Inventory short-form in youth psychotherapy: an empirical investigation
A Cirasola, N Midgley, P Fonagy, Impact Consortium, P Martin
Psychotherapy Research 31 (4), 535-547, 2021
392021
Evaluation of a digitally-enabled care pathway for acute kidney injury management in hospital emergency admissions
A Connell, H Montgomery, P Martin, C Nightingale, O Sadeghi-Alavijeh, ...
npj Digital Medicine 2 (1), 67, 2019
372019
Therapists' techniques in the treatment of adolescent depression
N Midgley, S Reynolds, R Kelvin, M Loades, A Calderon, P Martin, ...
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 2018
372018
Does parent–child agreement vary based on presenting problems? Results from a UK clinical sample
K Cleridou, P Patalay, P Martin
Child and adolescent psychiatry and mental health 11 (1), 1-11, 2017
372017
Optimal matching analysis
P Martin, RD Wiggins
The Sage handbook of innovation in social research methods, 385-408, 2011
352011
Association between surgeon special interest and mortality after emergency laparotomy
H Boyd-Carson, B Doleman, PJJ Herrod, ID Anderson, JP Williams, ...
Journal of British Surgery 106 (7), 940-948, 2019
342019
Prognostic Implications for Adolescents With Depression Who Drop Out of Psychological Treatment During a Randomized Controlled Trial
S O’Keeffe, P Martin, IM Goodyer, R Kelvin, B Dubicka, N Midgley, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2019
342019
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