Book chapters

Proceedings papers

Responses and comments

Book reviews

  • Fugard, A. J. B. (to appear). Book review: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Schizophrenia by Chris Frith (reissued classic edition, 2015). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy.
  • Fugard, A. J. B. (to appear). Book review: Power, interest and psychology by David Smail (2005). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy.
  • Fugard, A. J. B. (2014). Book review: High-quality psychotherapy research: from conception to piloting to national trials by Areán & Kraemer (2013). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy, 14, 215–216.

Published letters


Conference, workshop, and invited presentations

  • TBA. Invited talk, University of Augsburg. 17 July 2017.
  • "Understanding whether psychological interventions work in practice: implications for wellbeing and positive psychology." Invited talk, Laboratoire Cognitions Humaine et Artificielle, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense. 22 June 2017.
  • Roundtable discussion with Caroline Zheng and Phoenix Perry. Royal College of Art, as part of Communicating the Intangible. 19 Sep 2016.
  • "Speaking for Itself". Performance with Eline Tsvetkova at Cabaret Voltaire, Zürich, as part of Cabaret der Künstler – Zunfthaus Voltaire, Manifesta 11, 12 August 2016.
  • "Resilience programmes are controversial, but can they be helpful?" British Sociological Association Sociology of Education Study Group Conference: "Grit", Governmentality & the Erasure of Inequality? The Curious Rise of Character Education Policy, 11 July 2016, London. Work with Susan Birch and Antonia Cobbald.
  • "Outcomes in practice: a critical friendly workshop". Keynote, CAMHS 2016 Conference, 6-8 July 2016, Northampton. (Slides)
  • "Touching emotions: using physical objects to measure subjective affect". 8th European Conference on Positive Psychology. June 28 to July 1st, Angers, France. Work with Sarah Wilkes and Praveetha Pataley. (Poster)
  • "What we talk about when we talk about mechanisms in psychological therapies." New frontiers for evaluating evidence in medicine, 20 June 2016.EBM+ consortium workshop.
  • "Viewing HoNOS through symptom networks: a useful alternative to factor scores?" UKROM, 8 July 2015. Work with Alastair Macdonald.
  • "Estimating effectiveness of school-based counselling: using data from controlled trials to predict improvement over non-intervention change." BACP Annual Research Conference ‘Understanding Professional Practice: the role of research’. 15-16 May 2015, Nottingham.
  • "Exploring psychological treatment mechanisms using data from treatment as usual". EBM+: Evidence of mechanisms in evidence-based medicine, University of Kent, 8-9 Jan 2015.
  • "Objective Structured Professional Assessment (OSPA) Project: Initial Results", National Educational Psychology Tutors’ Event, 26th September 2014, London
  • "Understanding uncertainty in CYP IAPT outcomes data", 22nd Sept 2014, London and South East CYP IAPT Learning Collaborative Meeting
  • "Sample size determination for thematic analysis and related qualitative methodologies: a quantitative model", 6th ESRC Research Methods Festival 9th July 2014.
  • Andy Fugard, Mick Cooper. "Reasoning about individual change using session-by-session school counselling data: a comparison of three approaches". British Psychological Society, Mathematical, Statistical & Computing Section Annual Scientific Meeting, 14 December 2013
  • "Embedding Research into Practice", BACP Children & Young People - Counselling Research Day - London, 30 November 2013
  • Dr Andy Fugard, Emily Stapley, Dr Tamsin Ford and Dr Miranda Wolpert. "Ranking mental health service outcomes is harmful: towards a balanced substantive and statistical alternative." Royal College of Psychiatry, Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Residential Conference 18-20 September 2013. (Slides.)
  • Andy Fugard and the CAMHS PbR Team. Predicting children and young people's needs in UK mental health services. CYP IAPT Collaboration Workshop., Institute of Public Health, Cambridge, 10th July 2013
  • Andy Fugard, Lee Murray (MegaNexus), Andy Hill, Jo Pybis, Charlie Jackson (BACP). “Practice Research Network: making routine outcome monitoring more manageable”. BACP Children and Young People conference 2013 "Working together and holding the difference", Saturday 8 June 2013. (Slides over here.)
  • "Statistical decision making in child and adolescent mental health: illustrations and implications." Centre for Reasoning, University of Kent, Wednesday, 31 October 2012.
  • Dr Tamsin Ford, Dr Andy Fugard, Dr Duncan Law (2012). "The use of measures of outcome and experience to improve child and adolescent services: a practical guide." Royal College of Psychiatrists Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Residential Conference, 20 Sept 2012, Manchester
  • Andy Fugard, Jenna Bradley, Dion Terrelonge, Emily Stapley, Miranda Wolpert & CORC (2012). Making sense of children and young people's mental health outcomes in naturalistic settings. Invited talk at the Psychology Department, University of Stirling, 23 Feb 2012.
  • Miranda Wolpert, Andy Fugard, Halina Flannery, Jenna Bradley, and Jessica Deighton (2011). Using Routinely Collected Outcomes to Transform Practice. Talk at the First CORC International Conference, London, 11 July 2011.
  • "Empirical constraints on how the mind computes a Ramsey test." Invited talk at the the DIP Colloquium, of the Logic and Language group at the Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation, University of Amsterdam, 18 Feb 2011.
  • "Reasoning about uncertain conditionals in frontal and hypoxic-ischemic brain injury patients." Poster at the 29th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 23-28 January 2011. Work with Guilherme Wood and Harald Zauner.
  • "Towards a rational use of mathematics in the psychology of reasoning." Talk at the British Psychological Society, Mathematics, Statistics & Computing Section Meeting, Nottingham, UK, 14 December 2010.
  • "The psychology of deduction in a probabilistic setting." Talk at the symposium "What is a deduction? Integrating logical, psychological and philosophical perspectives", at the Annual Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Bochum and Essen, Germany, 25-28 August 2010. Work with Niki Pfeifer. (Slides.)
  • Participant at the Impulses from Salzburg conference "Resilience and Unemployment", 18-21 May 2010. Organised by the Center for Ethics and Poverty Research and the ifz – International Research Center.
  • "How people converge on an interpretation of conditionals." Talk at ProbNet10, 25-28 February 2010. Work with Pfeifer, Mayerhofer, Kleiter. (Slides.)
  • "What does probability have to do with how people reason?" Salzburger Gesellschaft für Psychologie, 13 Jan 2010. Jointly given with Niki Pfeifer.
  • "How people interpret an uncertain if". Talk at WUPES, Liblice, 19-23rd Sept 2009. Work with Niki Pfeifer, Bastian Mayerhofer, and Gernot Kleiter.
  • "Modelling reasoning processes as a function of autistic-like traits". Talk at ESPP, Budapest, 27-30 August 2009. Work with Mary Stewart and Keith Stenning. (Slides.)
  • "Conditional interpretation in a generalized probabilistic truth table task". Talk at the 4th London Reasoning Workshop, 27-28th July, Birkbeck College, London. Work with Niki Pfeifer, Bastian Mayerhofer, and Gernot Kleiter. (Slides.)
  • "Embracing individual differences in reasoning". Talk at ProbNet09, 19th–23rd February 2009, University of Salzburg.
  • "Exploring quantifier reasoning and autistic-like traits". Poster with Keith Stenning and Mary Stewart at the International Conference on Thinking, Venice, Italy, 21-23 August 2008
  • "Autistic traits moderate closed world interpretation in conditional reasoning". Poster with Keith Stenning and Mary Stewart at the International Conference on Thinking, Venice, Italy, 21-23 August 2008
  • "How do autistic traits relate to reasoning processes?" Poster with Keith Stenning, Bob Logie, and Mary Stewart at the Experimental Psychology Society meeting, joint with the Psychonomics Society, Edinburgh, 4-7 July 2007


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