Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Bowler, N., Phillips, C., Rees, P. The association between imported factors and prisoners' mental health: Implications for adaptation and intervention International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 57 61 66
  2. Sheppard, M., Charles, M., Rees, P., Wheeler, M., Williams, R. Inter-Personal and Critical-Thinking Capabilities in Those about to Enter Qualified Social Work: A Six-Centre Study The British Journal of Social Work
  3. Roberts, L., Maxwell, N., Rees, P., Holland, S., Forbes, N. Improving well-being and outcomes for looked after children in Wales: a context sensitive review of interventions Adoption & Fostering 40 4 309 324
  4. Rees, P., Booth, R., Jones, A. The emergence of neuroscientific evidence on brain plasticity: implications for educational practice. Educational and Child Psychology 33 1 8 19
  5. Rees, P., Holding, M. The Health Literacy of Children Who are ‘Looked After’ by the State Health Literacy: Developments, Issues and Outcomes 189 200
  6. Rees, P., Holland, S., Forbes, N. Outcomes for Young People Leaving Foster Care: A literature and data review on the effects of age of exit
  7. Rees, P. The mental health, emotional literacy, cognitive ability, literacy attainment and ‘resilience’ of ‘looked after children’: A multidimensional, multiple-rater population based study British Journal of Clinical Psychology 52 2 183 198
  8. Honey, K., Rees, P., Griffey, S. Investigating self‐perceptions and resilience in Looked After Children Educational Psychology in Practice 27 1 37 52
  9. Rees, P., Seaton, N. Psychologists’ response to crises: International perspectives School Psychology International 32 1 73 94
  10. Rees, P. State Dilemmas in the Provision of Alternative Care for Children: Relative Efficacy of Public Sector and Independent Sector Foster Placements International Journal of Public Administration 33 6 325 334
  11. Ogunade, R., Rees, P. Social Welfare in Nigeria and the UK: reformation through international education, collaboration and research. The Association of Commonwealth Universities 172 6 7
  12. Rees, P. Student perspectives on groupwork: findings of a school improvement initiative. Groupwork 19 1 51 81
  13. Rees, C., Farrell, P., Rees, P. Coping with Complexity: How do educational psychologists assess students with emotional and behavioural difficulties Educational Psychology in Practice 19 1 35 47
  14. Rees, P., Bailey, K. Positive exceptions: Learning from students who ‘beat the odds’. Educational and Child Psychology 4 1 41 59
  15. Rees, P. Reading Together: capitalising on interdisciplinary work in the development and refinement of reading tests. Educational Psychology in Practice 18 4 313 324
  16. Rees, P. A Longitudinal Study Into The Affective Characteristics of Mainstream SEN and Non- SEN Pupils. Educational and Child Psychology 18 4 61 64

Book Chapters

  1. Rees, P., Munro, A. Promoting the education of looked after children: reflections of children and carers who have experienced ‘success’ (Ed.), Children and Young People ‘Looked After’? Education, Intervention and the Everyday Culture of Care in Wales
  2. Pye, J., Rees, P., Pye, J. Factors that Promote Positive Supervised Birth Family Contact for Children in Care (Ed.), Children and Young People ‘Looked After’? Education, Intervention and the Everyday Culture of Care in Wales Wales University of Wales Press
  3. Pratchett, R., Rees, P. Exploring the educational attainment and achievement of looked after children in formal kinship care In D. Mannay, A. Rees, & L. Roberts (Eds.), Children and Young People ‘Looked After’? Education, Intervention and the Everyday Culture of Care in Wales. (In press) (Ed.),
  4. Pratchett, R., Rees, P. Theories underpinning kinship care. (Ed.), Children, Young People and Care 44 57 London Routledge
  5. Rees, P. Reading and Behavioural Difficulties: Overlap and Assessment Practice (Ed.), Reading, Writing, Thinking

Other Research Outputs

  1. Rees, P., Cleobury, L. Childcare Sufficiency Assessment (City and County of Swansea)
  2. Holland, S., O'Neill, S., Rees, P. Scoping Study: Transforming the Outcomes for Looked after Children in Wales
  3. Rees, P., Hoon, A. Play Sufficiency Assessment (City & County of Swansea)
  4. Rees, P., Holland, S. Outcomes for Young People Leaving Foster Care: A literature and data review on the effects of age of exit.
  5. Forbes, S., Philip, M., Provis, M., Fulford, L., Rees, P. All Wales Reading Test