- 1 Output
- 1.1 Articles
- 1.2 Book chapters
- 1.3 Proceedings papers
- 1.4 Responses and comments
- 1.5 Book reviews
- 1.6 Published letters
- 1.7 Miscellanea
- 1.8 Conference, workshop, and invited presentations
- 2 In the press
- 3 Other Stuff
- Chan, K. M. Y., & Fugard, A. J. B. (2018). Assessing speech, language and communication difficulties in children referred for ADHD: A qualitative evaluation of a UK child and adolescent mental health service. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23, 442–456.
- Kleiter, G. D., Fugard, A. J. B., & Pfeifer, N. (2018). A process model of the understanding of uncertain conditionals. Thinking & Reasoning, 24, 386–422.
- Stafford, M. R., Cooper, M., Barkham, M., Beecham, J., Bower, P., Cromarty, K., Fugard, A. J. B., Jackson, C., Pearce, P., Ryder, R., & Street, C. (2018). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of humanistic counselling in schools for young people with emotional distress (ETHOS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 19:175.
- Watson, A. J., Joyce, E. M., Fugard, A. J. B., Leeson, V. C., Barnes, T. R. E., & Huddy, V. (2017). More Haste Less Speed: A Meta-Analysis of Thinking Latencies During Planning in People with Psychosis. Psychiatry Research, 258, 576–582.
- Dockrell, J. E., Howell, P. Leung, D., & Fugard, A. J. B. (2017). Children with speech, language and communication needs in England: challenges for practice. Frontiers in Education, 2:35.
- Terrelonge, D. N & Fugard, A. J. B. (2017). Associations between family and clinician ratings of child mental health: a study of UK CAMHS assessments and outcomes. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 22, 664–674.
- Pearce, P., Sewell, R., Cooper, M., Osman, S., Fugard, A. J. B., & Pybis, J. (2017). Effectiveness of school-based humanistic counselling for psychological distress in young people: Randomised controlled trial with follow-up. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 90, 138–155.
- Fugard, A. J. B. & Potts, H. W. W. (2016). “Shine bright like a diamond”? A reply to Braun and Clarke. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 19, 745-746. (Target article over here.)
- Varkanitsa, M., Kasselimis, D., Fugard, A. J. B., Evdokimidis, I., Druks, J., Potagas, C., & Koot, H. Van De. (2016). Syntactic predictions and asyntactic comprehension in aphasia: Evidence from scope relations. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 40, 15–36.
- MacDonald, A. J. D., & Fugard, A. J. B. (2015). Routine Mental Health Outcomes Measurement in the UK. International Review of Psychiatry, 27, 306-319
- Fugard, A. J. B. & Potts, H. W. W. (2015). Supporting thinking on sample sizes for thematic analyses: A quantitative tool. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18, 669-684. (There’s an app for that.) See also comments by David Byrne, Nick Emmel, Martyn Hammersley, and our reply.
- Cooper, M., Fugard, A. J. B., Pybis, J., McArthur, K., & Pearce, P. (2015). Estimating effectiveness of school-based counselling: Using data from controlled trials to predict improvement over non-intervention change. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 15, 262-273.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Stapley, E., Ford, T., Law, D., Wolpert, M. & York, A. (2015). Analysing and reporting UK CAMHS outcomes: an application of funnel plots. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 20, 155–162. (Formerly known as “League tables of mental health service outcomes are harmful: a substantive and statistical alternative”.)
- Fugard, A. (2015). The ethics of national routine outcomes monitoring policies: a case for taking action. Clinical Psychology Forum, 267, 11–15.
- Wolpert, M. Humphrey, N. Deighton, J. Patalay, P., Fugard, A. J. B., Fonagy, P. Belsky, J., Vostanis, P. (2015). An Evaluation of the Implementation and Impact of England’s Mandated School-Based Mental Health Initiative. School Psychology Review, 44, 117–139.
- Wolpert, M., Görzig, A., Deighton, J., Fugard, A. J. B., Newman, R., & Ford. T. (2015). Comparison of indices of clinically meaningful change in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): difference scores, reliable change, crossing clinical thresholds and “added value” – an exploration using parent rated scores on the SDQ. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 20, 94–101.
- Achourioti, T., Fugard, A. J. B., & Stenning, K. (2014). The empirical study of norms is just what we are missing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1159.
- Deighton, J., Patalay, P., Belsky, J., Humphrey, N., Vostanis, P., Fugard, A., Fonagy, P., & Wolpert, M. (2013). Targeted mental health provision for children with behaviour difficulties in primary schools: Results of a national trial. The Psychology of Education Review, 37(2), 40–45.
- Bradley, J., Murphy, S., Fugard, A. J. B., Nolas, S.-M. & Law, D. (2013). What kind of goals do children and young people set for themselves in therapy? Developing a goals framework using CORC data. Child & Family Clinical Psychology Review, 1, 8–18.
- Fugard, A. J. B & Stenning, K. (2013). Statistical models as cognitive models of individual differences in reasoning. Argument & Computation, 4(1), 89–102.
- Wolpert, M., Fugard, A. J. B., Deighton, J., & Görzig, A. (2012). Editorial Commentary: Routine outcomes monitoring as part of Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) – improving care or unhelpful burden? Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 17, 129–130.
- Wolpert, M., Ford, T., Law, D., Trustam, E., Deighton, J., Flannery, H., & Fugard, A. J. B. (2012). Patient reported outcomes in child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS): Use of idiographic and standardized measures. Journal of Mental Health, 21, 165–173.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Pfeifer, N., Mayerhofer, B., & Kleiter, G. D. (2011). How people interpret conditionals: Shifts towards the conditional event. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37(3), 635–648.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Stewart, M. E., & Stenning, K. (2011). Visual/verbal-analytic reasoning bias as a function of self-reported autistic-like traits: a study of typically developing individuals solving Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices. Autism, 15(3), 327–340.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Pfeifer, N., & Mayerhofer, B. (2011). Probabilistic theories of reasoning need pragmatics too: modulating relevance in uncertain conditionals. Journal of Pragmatics, 43, 2034–2042.
- Malcolm, G. L., Lanyon, L. J., Fugard, A. J. B., & Barton, J. J. S. (2008). Scanning fixations during the processing of facial expression versus identity: an exploration of task-driven and stimulus-driven effects. Journal of Vision, 8(8):2, 1–9.
- Bundy, A., Jamnik, M., & Fugard, A. (2005). What is a proof? Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 363(1835), 2377–2391. (See also slides by Alan Bundy.)
- Fugard, A. (2014). Understanding uncertainty in mental health questionnaire data. In Law, D. & Wolpert, M. (eds.), Guide to using outcomes and feedback tools with children, young people and families. London: CAMHS Press.
- Wolpert, M., Fugard, A., & Deighton, J. (2013). Issues in evaluation of psychotherapies. In Philip Graham & Shirley Reynolds (eds). Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families, 3rd Edition (pp. 34–47), Cambridge Monograph Series in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Cambridge University Press.
- Aslan, I., Murer, M., Fuchsberger, V., Fugard, A., & Tscheligi, M. (2013). Workload on your fingertips. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international conference on Interactive tabletops and surfaces – ITS ’13 (pp. 417–420). New York: ACM Press.
- Aslan, I., Murer, M., Fuchsberger, V., Fugard, A., & Tscheligi, M. (2013). Drag and drop the apple: the semantic weight of words and images in touch-based interaction. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (pp. 159-166). New York: ACM Press.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Beck, E., & Gärtner, M. (2012) How will software engineers of the Internet of Things reason about trust? In Wichert, R., Van Laerhoven, K., Gelissen, J. (eds.), AmI 2011 Workshops, CCIS 277, pp. 274–279. Heidelberg: Springer.
- Fugard, A. J. B. (2011). Towards a social cognitive theory of resilience in unemployed people. In Å. Aamaas, W. J. F. Keenan, C. Sedmak, & L. van der Zijden (Eds.), Resilience and Unemployment (pp. 69-86). Wien–Münster: LIT Verlag.
- Fugard, A. J. B., Pfeifer, N., Mayerhofer B., and Kleiter, G. D. (2009). How people interpret an uncertain If. In Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Uncertainty Processing, Liblice, pp. 80–91.
Responses and comments
- Fugard, A. J. B. (2018). Book review: The Knowledge Corrupters by Colin Crouch. Network, 128, 31.
- Fugard, A. J. B. (2017). Book review: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Schizophrenia by Chris Frith (reissued classic edition, 2015). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy, 14, 146–147.
- 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.
- Fugard, A. J. B. (to appear – allegedly). Book review: Power, interest and psychology by David Smail (2005). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy.
- Rylance, M. et al. (2016, August 2). Re: Another five years of BP-branded culture. The Times.
- Glover, A. et al. (2016, April 3). British Museum must sever its links with BP. Guardian.
- Brunet, M. et al. (2014). An open letter to Simon Stevens, NHS chief executive, and Alistair Burns, national clinical lead for dementia. BMJ, 349, g6666.
- Aked, H. et al (2014, July 15). Closure of London Student newspaper is an affront to free thought. Guardian.
- Cooper, M. et al (2013, December 12). Cops off campus. Time Higher Education.
- Fugard, A. (2018, June 14). How to find money to save the NHS. Socialist Health Association Blog.
- Fugard, A. (2016, Dec 5). Mental health services should not be paid by outcomes. The Conversation.
- Fugard, A. (2016, Oct 6). Can we really say that giving money to people begging makes their problems worse? The Conversation.
- Wolpert, M and Fugard, A. (2013). Consistent Measure. YoungMinds Magazine, Issue 119, Spring 2013, 32–33.
- Fugard, A. (2012). Commentary on the proposed adult mental health PbR cluster decision support algorithm (internal group discussion note).
- Fugard, A., Bradley, J., Booker, T., Clark, D., Murphy, M., O’Herlihy, A., Oates, M., Pugh, K., & Wolpert. M. (2012). CYP IAPT Outcomes and Data Consultation and proposed way forward. Consultation report.
- Department for Education (2011). Me and My School: Findings from the National Evaluation of Targeted Mental Health in Schools 2008-2011. Research Report DFE-RR177. (A collaboration between CAMHS EBPU, University College London, CEM, Durham University, University of Manchester, University of Leicester, National Institute of Economic and Social Research)
- Aniketos Consortium (2011). Models and methodologies for embedding and monitoring trust in services. Project report.
- Fugard, A. J. B. (2009). Exploring individual differences in deductive reasoning as a function of “autistic”-like traits. PhD thesis, the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Raven, J. & Fugard, A. (2008). What’s wrong with factor-analysing tests conforming to the requirements of Item Response Theory? WebPsychEmpiricist.
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
- Telegraph Reporters (2018, June 1). Jilly Cooper: married men are having gay affairs because they’re ‘terrified of women’. The Telegraph.
- Portes, J. (2018, May 1). How the “welfare trap” research championed by Toby Young crumbled under scrutiny. New Statesman.
- Morgan, J. (2018, April 19). Welfare critic under fire after correcting ‘shockingly bad’ errors. Times Higher Education.
- Welfare Weekly (2018, Feb 6). Esther McVey quits Samaritans advisory board amid pressure from campaigners. Welfare Weekly.
- Rutherford, F. (2014, August 6). When it comes to expertise, 10,000 hours of practice isn’t enough. New Statesman.