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Ng-Knight, Terry, Shelton, Katherine H, Riglin, Lucy, Frederickson, Norah, McManus, I.C. and Rice, Frances (2018) 'Best friends forever'? Friendship stability across school transition and associations with mental health and educational attainment. British Journal of Educational Psychology.

Ng-Knight, Terry, Shelton, KH, Frederickson, N, McManus, IC and Rice, F (2017) Maternal depressive symptoms and adolescent academic attainment: testing pathways via parenting and self-control Journal of Adolescence, 62. pp. 61-69.

Ng-Knight, Terry, Shelton, Katherine H., Riglin, Lucy, McManus, I.C., Frederickson, Norah and Rice, Frances (2016) A longitudinal study of self-control at the transition to secondary school: Considering the role of pubertal status and parenting Journal of Adolescence, 50. pp. 44-55.

McManus, I. C., Ng-Knight, Terry, Riglin, Lucy, Frederickson, Norah, Shelton, Katherine and Rice, Frances (2015) Doctor, builder, soldier, lawyer, teacher, dancer, shopkeeper, vet: exploratory study of which eleven-year olds would like to become a doctor BMC Psychology, 3 (38). pp. 1-9.

Riglin, Lucy, Collishaw, Stephan, Shelton, Katherine H., McManus, I. C., Ng-Knight, Terry, Sellers, Ruth, Thapar, Ajay K., Frederickson, Norah and Rice, Frances (2015) Higher cognitive ability buffers stress-related depressive symptoms in adolescent girls Development and Psychopathology, 28 (01). pp. 97-109.

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Rice, Frances, Frederickson, Norah, Shelton, Katherine, McManus, Chris, Riglin, Lucy and Ng-Knight, Terry (2015) Identifying factors that predict successful and difficult transitions to secondary school [Report]

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