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CASSIDY, T, Cummins, Paul, Breslin, Gavin and Stringer, Maurice (2014) Perceptions of Coach Social Identity and Team Confidence, Motivation and Self-Esteem. Psychology, 05 (10). p. 1175. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T, Giles, Melanie and McLaughlin, Marian (2014) Psychosocial Capital and Health: A Resource Model of Stress Using Structural Equation Modelling. Progress in Psychology, 1 (1). pp. 11-17. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T, McLaughlin, Marian and Giles, Melanie (2014) Benefit finding in response to general life stress: measurement and correlates. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: An Open Access Journal, 2 (1). pp. 268-282. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T, McLaughlin, Marian and McDowell, Eimear (2014) Bullying and health at work: The mediating roles of psychological capital and social support. Work & Stress . p. 1. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, Tony, Wright, Elizabeth and Noon, Elizabeth (2014) Family Structure and Psychological Health in Young Adults. Psychology, 05 (10). p. 1165. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T (2013) Parents of British Bangladeshi children undergoing cancer treatment report managing competing knowledge, vigilance, advocacy, balancing work and treatment burden impacts on their lives. Evidence-Based Nursing . [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T, Giles, Melanie and McLaughlin, Marian (2013) Benefit finding and resilience in child caregivers. British Journal of Health Psychology . n/a. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, McLaughlin, Marian and McDowel, Eimear (2013) Bullying and health at work: The role of psychological capital and social support. Bullying and Psychological Capital . [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T (2012) Benefit finding through caring: The cancer caregiver experience. Psychology & Health, 28 (3). pp. 250-266. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T and Giles, Melanie (2012) Further exploration of the Young Carers Perceived Stress Scale: Identifying a benefit-finding dimension. British Journal of Health Psychology, 18 . pp. 642-655. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T (2011) Family Background and Environment, Psychological Distress, and Juvenile Delinquency. Psychology, 02 (09). p. 941. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2008) Bullying and victimisation in school children: The role of social identity, problem-solving style, and family and school context. Social Psychology of Education . [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, Ohl, M, Mitchell, K and Fox, P (2008) The Pyramind Club Primary School-Based Intervention: Evaluating the impact on Children's Social-Emotional Health. Child and adolescent mental health . [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Sintrovani, P (2008) Motives for parenthood, psychosocial factors and health in women undergoing IVF. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 26 (1). pp. 4-17. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T. and Fotiadou, M. (2008) Impact of caring as a function of communication, information, and relationship to carer. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 23 (Suppl. 1). pp. 78-79. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2007) Children's perceptions and experiences of care giving: A focus group study. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 20 (1). pp. 69-80. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, Cushway, D and Early, L (2006) Perceived stress in young carers: development of a measure. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15 (2). pp. 165-176. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, Wright, E, Borrill, J and Teers, R (2006) The mental health consequences of dealing with self-inflicted death in custody. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 19 (2). pp. 165-180. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2005) Leisure, coping and health: the role of social, family, school and peer relationship factors. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 33 (1). p. 1. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Taylor, L (2005) Coping and Psychological distress as a function of the bully-victim dichotomy in older children. Social Psychology of Education, 8 (3). pp. 249-262. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2004) Mapping variables related to social identity, distress and perceived health in an undergraduate student population. Social Psychology of Education, 7 (3). pp. 339-352. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, Borrill, J, Teers, R, Paton, J and Regan, L (2004) The impact on staff of self-inflicted death in custody. Prison Service Journal, 151 . pp. 2-6. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2002) Problem-solving style, achievement motivation, psychological distress and response to a simulated emergency. Couselling Psychology Quarterly, 15 (4). pp. 325-332. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2001) Self-categorization, coping and health among unemployed mid-career executives. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 14 (4). pp. 303-315. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2000) Social background, achievement motivation, optimism, and health: a longitudinal study. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 13 (4). p. 1. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (2000) Stress, healthiness and health behaviours: An exploration of the role of life events, daily hassles, cognitive appraisal and coping in the process. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 13 (4). p. 1. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Dhillon, R (1997) Type A behaviour, problem-solving style and health in male and female managers. British Journal of Health Psychology, 2 . pp. 217-227. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (1996) All work and no play: An empirical analysis of the relationship between leisure and health. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 9 (1). pp. 77-90. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Burnside, E (1996) Cognitice appriasal, vulnerability and coping: An integrative analysis of appraisal and coping mechanisms. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 9 (3). p. 1. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Long, C (1996) Problem-solving style, stress and psychological illness: Development of a multifactorial measure. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 35 . pp. 265-277. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Chahal, K (1995) Deception and its detection in children: A study of adult accuracy. Psychology, Crime & Law, 1 . pp. 237-245. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (1994) The psychological health of employed and unemployed recent graduates as a function of their cognitive appraisal and coping. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 7 (4). pp. 385-394. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T, Long, C, Smith, J and Midgley, M (1993) Over-exercising in anorexic and normal samples. Journal of Mental Health, 2 (4). pp. 321-328. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T (1992) Commuting-related stress: Consequences and Implications. Employee Counselling Today, 4 (2). pp. 15-21. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T and LYNN, R (1991) ACHIEVEMENT-MOTIVATION, EDUCATIONAL-ATTAINMENT, CYCLES OF DISADVANTAGE AND SOCIAL COMPETENCE - SOME LONGITUDINAL DATA. BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 61 (Part 1). pp. 1-12. [Journal article]

Cassidy, T and Lynn, R (1989) A multifactorial approach to achievement motivation: Development of a comprehensive measure. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 62 . pp. 301-312. [Journal article]

CASSIDY, T (1987) FACTORS UNDERLYING THE MOTIVATION CONCEPT. BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 40 . A70. [Journal article]

SAVAGE, Y, CASSIDY, T and Wilson, Ronnie (1986) ACHIEVEMENT-MOTIVATION OF 16-YEAR-OLDS IN AN AREA OF HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT. BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 39 . A27. [Journal article]

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