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Charlotte Emma Wilson
Assistant Prof in Clinical Psychology, Psychology

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Warwick, Reardon, Cooper, Murayama, Reynolds, Wilson & Creswell, Complete recovery from anxiety disorders following Cognitive Behavior Therapy in children and adolescents: A meta-analysis, Clinical Psychology Review, 52, 2017, p77 - 91 Journal Article, 2017

Charlotte Wilson, Rachel Pearce, Stephanie Summers, Lucie Taylor, Charles Haworth, Psychosocial development in young people with cystic fibrosis, Clinical Psychology Forum, 279, 2016, p47 - 50 Journal Article, 2016

Wilson, Burns, Ryan, Bourne & Barrett, Developmental considerations in children's worry, Developmental considerations in children's worry, Belfast, 14th-16th September, 2016 Published Abstract, 2016

Wilson, McFadden, Cadden & Dillon, Third wave therapies: exploring mechanisms of change using qualitative methods, British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Belfast, 15th-17th June , 2016 Published Abstract, 2016

Ni Chobhthaigh, S. & Wilson, C., Children's understanding of embarrassment: Integrating mental time travel and mental state information, British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 33, (3), 2015, p324 - 339 Journal Article, 2015

Wilson , What helps children with anxiety disorders?, Childrenǯs Research Network Ireland, Dublin, 10th December, 2015 Published Abstract, 2015

WIlson and colleagues, o Involving service users and carers in the training of Clinical Psychologists, IIMHN/Enter Mental Health European Conference, Dublin, 4-5th June 2015, 2015 Published Abstract, 2015

Wilson , Ten things we have learned about CBT from working with children and families, Irish Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy Annual Research Day, Dublin, 2014, IABCP Invited Talk, 2014

Wilson , o Children are just little adults aren't they? Lessons for CBT from Developmental Psychology, BPS, DCP, Faculty of Children, Young People and their families, Peterborough, UK, 30th Sept - 1st Oct, BPS, 2014 Oral Presentation, 2014

Wilson, Ni Chobthaigh, Curtin, O'Brien, Skelton, Children's Thinking about the Future, Psychological Society of Ireland, Kilkenny, November 2014, 2014 Published Abstract, 2014

Wilson, CE, Smith, ELS, Coker, S, Hobbis, I, & Acerini, C., Testing an integrated model of eating disorders in paediatric type 1 diabetes mellitus. , Pediatric Diabetes. , 2014, pdoi: 10.1111/pedi.12202 Journal Article, 2014 DOI

Errity & WIlson, The impact of paternal anxiety on father-child interactions , European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, The Hague, 10-13th Sept 2014, EABCT, 2014 Published Abstract, 2014

Reynolds, S., Wilson, C., Austin, J., & Hooper, L. , Effects of psychotherapy for anxiety in children and adolescents: a meta-analytic review, Clinical Psychology Review,, 32, (4), 2012, p251 - 262 Journal Article, 2012

Wilson, C. & Hall, M, Thought control strategies in young people; links with OCD symptoms and meta-cognitive beliefs, Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, , 40, (4), 2012, p438 - 451 Journal Article, 2012

Wilson, C. & Hughes, C. , Worry, beliefs about worry and problem solving in young children., Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 39, 2011, p507 - 521 Journal Article, 2011

Adult Models of Anxiety and Their Application to Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders. in, editor(s)W. Silverman & A. Field , Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Research, Assessment and Intervention , Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011, [Cartwright-Hatton, S., Reynolds, S., & Wilson, C. ] Book Chapter, 2011

Wilson, C. et al. , The role of meta-cognition and parenting in adolescent worry. , Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 25, 2011, p71 - 79 Journal Article, 2011 DOI

Kelly, V., Barker, H., Field, A., Wilson, C., & Reynolds, S. , Can Rachman's Indirect Pathways be used to Un-learn Fear? A prospective paradigm to test whether children's fears can be reduced using positive information and modelling a non-anxious response. , Behaviour, Research and Therapy, 48, 2010, p164 - 170 Journal Article, 2010

Turner, L. & Wilson, C. , Worry, mood and stop rules in young adolescents: Does the Mood-as-Input theory apply, Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 1, 2010, p34 - 51 Journal Article, 2010

Reeves, J. Reynolds, S., Coker, S., & Wilson, C, An experimental manipulation of responsibility in children., Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry,, 41, 2010, p228 - 233 Journal Article, 2010

Wilson, C., Pathological worry in children: What do we currently know?, Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 1, 2010, p6 - 33 Journal Article, 2010

Gifford, S., Reynolds, S. Bell, S., & Wilson, C. , Threat interpretation bias in anxious children and their mothers. , Cognition and Emotion, 22, 2008, p497 - 508 Journal Article, 2008

Wilson, C.E., Gardner, F.E.M., Burton, J., & Leung, S. , Maternal attributions and maternal behaviour - are they linked? , Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 35, 2007, p164 - 178 Journal Article, 2007

Wilson, C, Calam, R, & White, C, A comparison of direct and spontaneous methods for assessing parental cognitions. , British Journal of Clinical Psychology, , 46, 2007, p485 - 489 Journal Article, 2007

Hughes, C., Lecce, S., & Wilson, C.E., , "Do you know what I want?" Preschoolers talk about desires, thoughts and feelings in their conversations with sibs and friends, Cognition and Emotion, 21, 2007, p330 - 350 Journal Article, 2007

Wilson, C.E., Gardner, F.E.M., Burton, J., & Leung, S. , Maternal attributions and young children's behaviour problems; a longitudinal study. , Infant and Child Development,, 15, 2006, p109 - 121 Journal Article, 2006

Wilson, C.E., & White, C. , The effect of intervention on parental attributions and reported behaviour. , Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 34, 2006, p503 - 507 Journal Article, 2006

Gardner, F.E.M., Ward, S., Burton, J., & Wilson, C.E., , he role of mother-child joint play in the early development of children's conduct problems: A longitudinal observational study, Social Development, 12, 2003, p361 - 378 Journal Article, 2003

Forrester, E, Wilson, C. & Salkovskis. P. , The occurrence of intrusive thoughts transforms meaning in ambiguous situations: an experimental study. , Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 30, 2002, p143 - 152 Journal Article, 2002

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Hevey, D., Wilson, C., and McCaulely, M., Investigating the use of CISM in the Irish Fire Service, May, 2016 Report, 2016

Research Expertise

Projects

  • Title
    • Effectiveness of therapy for anxiety in young people with
  • Summary
    • This systematic review and meta-analysis explores the effectiveness of existing therapies for young people who have both Autism Spectrum Conditions and clinical levels of anxiety. It also explores possible mediators and moderators of effectiveness.
  • Date From
    • September 2016
  • Date To
    • September 2018
  • Title
    • Bright Horizons child development study
  • Summary
    • The Bright Horizons study aims to provide a two year (corrected age) developmental assessment for babies who were born prematurely.
  • Funding Agency
    • The National Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Date From
    • June 2016

Keywords

Adolescent Psychology; Aetiology of mental illness; Allied Health Education; Anxiety; At-Risk Children/Youth; Behavioral/Experimental Psychology; Child and Adolescent Mental Health; Child Psychology/Development; Childhood and mental health; Children's worry; Clinical Psychology; Cognitive Development/Processes; Continuing Professional Development; Development, prevention and treatment of mental disease or disorder; Developmental and mental disorders; Developmental Psychology; Emotional, behavioural and cognitive disorders; Family; Gender Differences; Higher Education; Infants; Mental health promotion; Mental Health Service User Involvement; Phobias

Recognition

Memberships

Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health 1996 – present

British Psychological Society 1997 – present

British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies 1999 – present

Psychological Society of Ireland 2014 – Present


Last updated 4 June 2015 School of Psychology (Email).