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MA Education (Children’s And Young Peoples Mental Health)

To help you feel prepared for your postgraduate studies, we’ve gathered together some suggested reading before your course begins.

Suggested reading

You’ll be given lots of information about which textbooks to read and introduced to the University Library, as well as the many ebooks we have for you to access, when you begin your studies in September. We don’t recommend rushing out to buy texts before you arrive. But if you can pick some up second hand, borrow from a library or access online, we suggest:

  • WADE, M. Wright, L. and FINEGOLD, K. 2022. The effects of early life adversity on children’s mental health and cognitive functioning. Translational Psychiatry [online]. 12, (244). Available online.
  • VERNGUNST, F. and BERRY, H. 2022. Climate Change and Children’s Mental Health: A Developmental Perspective. Clinical Psychological Science [online]. 10 (4), pp.767–785. Available online.
  • BENTON, T. NJOROGE, W,F,N. WARREN, Y.K. 2022. Sounding the Alarm for Children’s Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic. American Medical Association [online]. 176 (4). Available online.