1. 1 Output
    1. 1.1 Articles
    2. 1.2 Book chapters
    3. 1.3 Proceedings papers
    4. 1.4 Responses and comments
    5. 1.5 Book reviews
    6. 1.6 Published letters
    7. 1.7 Miscellanea
    8. 1.8 Conference, workshop, and invited presentations
  2. 2 Projects
  3. 2 In the press
  4. 3 Other Stuff



Book chapters

Proceedings papers

Responses and comments

Book reviews

Published letters


Conference, workshop, and invited presentations

  • “Is there such a thing as quantitative psychosocial thinking? R. D. Laing et al. (1966) as a case study”. Association for Psychosocial Studies Biennial Conference, Bournemouth, 5-7 April 2018.
  • “Researching mental health and wellbeing in practice: from clinic to app and beyond.” Invited talk, Multimodale Mensch-Technik Interaktion, 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


In the press

(It’s very amusing what comments get picked up…)

Other Stuff