Helen Cowie mainly focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Suicide prevention, Peer support and Human factors and ergonomics. Her study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Occupational safety and health and Applied psychology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coping and Perception in addition to Developmental psychology.
Suicide prevention is intertwined with Mental health and Psychological intervention in her study. Her Peer support study combines topics in areas such as Intervention, Peer group and Medical education. Helen Cowie combines subjects such as Industrial and organizational psychology, Cross-cultural studies and Social perception with her study of Aggression.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Peer support, Pedagogy, Developmental psychology and Medical education. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention and Applied psychology. She interconnects Intervention and Mental health in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention.
Her work carried out in the field of Peer support brings together such families of science as Action, Public relations, Social environment, School violence and Peer review. Helen Cowie carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Developmental psychology and Suicide prevention. Her research on Suicide prevention often connects related topics like Human factors and ergonomics.
Helen Cowie mostly deals with Social psychology, Art history, Medical education, Mental health and Pedagogy. Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Peer support and Compassion in her study of Social psychology. Her Psychological intervention research incorporates elements of Aggression and Peer influence.
As part of one scientific family, Helen Cowie deals mainly with the area of Art history, narrowing it down to issues related to the Zoological garden, and often Social science and Menagerie. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Intervention under Mental health, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Developmental psychology. Helen Cowie performs multidisciplinary studies into Pedagogy and Participatory methods in her work.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Pedagogy, Peer support, Mental health and Intervention. Her work in Social psychology addresses subjects such as Social network, which are connected to disciplines such as Sexual orientation, Harm, Moral disengagement, Higher education and Social environment. Her Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Parental support and Digital native.
Her Peer support study incorporates themes from Peer counselling and Training programme. Her research in Intervention intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Sexual violence and Developmental psychology, Aggression, Peer influence. Helen Cowie brings together Developmental psychology and Use of technology to produce work in her papers.
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Definitions of Bullying: A Comparison of Terms Used, and Age and Gender Differences, in a Fourteen–Country International Comparison
Peter K. Smith;Helen Cowie;Ragnar F. Olafsson;Andy P. D. Liefooghe.
Child Development (2002)
Understanding Children's Development
Peter K. Smith;Helen Cowie.
Measuring workplace bullying
Helen Cowie;Paul Naylor;Ian Rivers;Peter K. Smith.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2002)
Profiles of non-victims, escaped victims, continuing victims and new victims of school bullying.
Peter K. Smith;Lorenzo Talamelli;Helen Cowie;Paul Naylor.
British Journal of Educational Psychology (2004)
The effectiveness of peer support systems in challenging school bullying: the perspectives and experiences of teachers and pupils
Paul Naylor;Helen Cowie.
Journal of Adolescence (1999)
Peer Support in Action: From Bystanding to Standing By
Helen Cowie;Patti Wallace.
Interventions to reduce school bullying
Peter K Smith;Katerina Ananiadou;Helen Cowie.
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (2003)
Bystanding or standing by: Gender issues in coping with bullying in English schools
Aggressive Behavior (2000)
Teachers' and pupils' definitions of bullying
Paul Naylor;Helen Cowie;Fabienne Cossin;Rita de Bettencourt.
British Journal of Educational Psychology (2006)
Perceptions and experience of workplace bullying in five different working populations
Dawn Jennifer;Helen Cowie;Katerina Ananiadou.
Aggressive Behavior (2003)
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