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Prof. Jane Callaghan

  • Job title: Professor in Psychology
  • Department: Psychology

General information

Professor Callaghan first studied Psychology in South Africa, where she also read English Literature and Speech and Drama. She went on to complete a Masters in Psychology, and registered as a practising psychologist in South Africa, specialising in work with children and families, and with a specialist interest in responses to violence.

She completed her PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008, graduating in 2009. She is a Chartered Psychologist.

Jane joined the University of Northampton in 2003, and took over course leadership of the MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Health in 2004.  She leads the Social and Cultural Research in Psychology Group, and the Centre for Family Life in the Institute of Health and Wellbeing.

Beyond the university, Professor Callaghan chairs the American Psychological Association’s international committee for the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology. She is Secretary to the British Psychological Society’s Psychology of Women Section, and sits on the Ethics Committee, as well as the Research Board of the BPS.

She is editor of the Journal of Gender Studies, and of the Psychology of Women Section Review.

Teaching

Prof Callaghan is course leader for the MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and leads undergraduate modules in developmental psychology and mental health. Her interests in these areas are shaped by critical social and developmental psychology.

She is also responsible for the postgraduate psychology field.

Research

Professor Callaghan’s interests include the study of violence, childhood, family life, mental health, gender, professional identities and issues of social justice and inequality.

Prof. Callaghan is principal investigator for the European Commission funded project ‘Understanding Agency and Resistance Strategies’, the largest qualitative study to date of children’s experiences of domestic violence.

She is principal investigator for the evaluation of the  Who Cares? Trust’s Propel project, with seeks to broaden access to higher education for care leavers.  She also leads a project exploring early help models for vulnerable families in Milton Keynes.

She is completing research on the profiles of offenders found guilty of child sexual exploitation.

Her project ‘The Midlands and East Mental Health and Wellbeing’ project evaluated changes in CAMHS services in the Midlands and East of England, and was funded by NHS England.  She has also completed funded research projects on child protection frameworks, creative interventions for excluded young people.

She has strong ties to sub-Saharan Africa, and continues to be involved in research in the region. Her PhD research focused on South African women’s experiences of training as professional psychologists, and she recently completed research on the experiences of early marriage of young Nigerian women.

She supervises the following Doctoral Students:

  • Joanne Alexander - Deconstructing the model of intergenerational transmission of family violence through an analysis of women’s reflections on their experiences and support systems.
  • Helen Barber - A critical exploration of the experiences of elite British rhythmic gymnasts.
  • Honest Lugube Black and Minority Ethnic Looked After Children’s experience of CAMHS
  • Charlotte Dann  - Femininities, representations and constructions of tattooed women in the UK.
  • Dwight Turner - Exploring the transpersonal experience of difference and how it relates to the archetype of the other
  • Lauren Ward - Masculinities, work  and emotion
  • Kim Dodd (Prof Doc) - Social worker identities
  • Chris Jackson - Addiction and the recovery model

Recent doctoral completions:

  • Jane Youell - “I loves her and she loves me”: A Qualitative Study into the Intimate Relational Experience of Living with Dementia
  • Carmel Capewell - Children’s Experiences of Glue ear
  • Kristin Klindworth – Turkish femininities

Publications

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2016

  1. Callaghan, J., Fellin, L. C. and Warner-Gale, F. (2016) A critical analysis of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services policy in England. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1359-1045. (In Press)
  2. Callaghan, J. (2016) Children's experiences of domestic violence. Invited Presentation presented to: Policing and Public Confidence, Warwick Business School, 29 March 2016. (Unpublished)
  3. Alexander, J., Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J. and Fellin, L. (2016) Children’s corporeal agency and use of space in situations of domestic violence. In: Horton, J., Evans, B. and Skelton, T. (eds.) Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being; Vol. 9 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Singapore: Springer. pp. 1-21.
  4. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Sixsmith, J. (2016) Children’s experiences of domestic violence and abuse: siblings’ accounts of relational coping. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1359-1045. (In Press)
  5. Dann, C., Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2016) Tattooed female bodies: considerations from the literature. Psychology of Women Section Review. 18(1), pp. 43-51. 1466–3724.
  6. Callaghan, J. (2016) Young People’s Understandings of Men’s Violence against Women, Nancy Lomboard. The British Journal of Social Work. 0045-3102. (In Press)
  7. Youell, J., Callaghan, J. and Buchanan, K. (2016) “I don’t know if you want to know this”: carers’ understandings of intimacy and sex in long term relationships when one partner has dementia. Ageing and Society. 36(5), pp. 946-967. 0144-686X.

2015

  1. Callaghan, J. (2015) Editor. Journal of Gender Studies. Taylor & Francis. 0958-9236.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2015) Member of the Executive Committee. International Society for Critical Health Psychology.
  3. Callaghan, J. (2015) Are boys and girls born or made? Understanding the development of gender. In: Capdevila, R., Dixon, J. and Briggs, G. (eds.) Investigating Psychology 2: From Biological to Developmental. Milton Keynes: The Open University. pp. 137-196.
  4. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Sixsmith, J. (2015) Beyond ‘witnessing’: children’s experiences of coercive control in domestic violence and abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 0886-2605. (In Press)
  5. Callaghan, J. (2015) Children who experience domestic violence: emotional competence and paradoxical resilience. Invited Keynote presented to: British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (BASPCAN) Conference: Beautiful Minds: Nurturing and Promoting Mental Wellbeing in Children, Birmingham, 05 October 2015. (Unpublished)
  6. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Sixsmith, J. and Harrison-Breed, C. (2015) Children's experiences of domestic violence (UNARS): an exhibition. Exhibit at: Children's Experiences of Domestic Violence. Derngate Theatre and NN Gallery, Northampton, 21-25 April 2015.
  7. Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2015) Children's experiences of domestic violence and coercive control. Invited Keynote presented to: Raising a Generation Free of Violence, KUMU, Tallinn, Estonia, 13-14 October 2015. (Unpublished)
  8. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J. and Fellin, L. (2015) Children's experiences of domestic violence: emotion, embodiment, agency. Invited Keynote presented to: Working with Women and Children Experiencing Domestic Abuse: Messages from Research (Making Research Count), Kings College, London, 15 May 2015. (Unpublished)
  9. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Sixsmith, J. (2015) Children’s experiences of domestic violence and abuse: agency, resistance, resilience. Symposium presented to: Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015. (Unpublished)
  10. Honey, A., Coniglio, F., Hancock, N., McDougall, T. and Callaghan, J. (2015) Conceptualising wellbeing for young people living with mental illness (commentary). International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 22(6), pp. 278-286. 1741-1645.
  11. Callaghan, J., Andenæs, A. and Macleod, C. (2015) Deconstructing Developmental Psychology 20 years on: reflections, implications and empirical work. Feminism & Psychology. 25(3), pp. 255-265. 0959-3535.
  12. Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2015) Embodiment and use of space. Invited Presentation presented to: Thomas Coram Research Institute Seminar Series, Institute of Education, Thomas Coram Research Institute, London, 03 March 2015. (Unpublished)
  13. Alexander, J., Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2015) Exploring intergenerational transmissions of domestic violence: embodied experience. Poster presented to: Psychology of Emotion & Feeling (PoEF15), The University of Northampton, 08 April 2015. (Unpublished)
  14. Alexander, J., Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2015) Exploring the intergenerational transmission of domestic violence. Paper presented to: European Conference on Domestic Violence (ECDV), Queen's University Belfast, 06-09 September 2015. [Also presented at: Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015] (Unpublished)
  15. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Sixsmith, J. (2015) Fathers as objects, fathers as subjects: domestic violence, childhood and masculinities. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2015, Windsor, 08-10 July 2015. (Unpublished)
  16. Callaghan, J., Gambo, Y. and Fellin, L. (2015) Hearing the silences: adult Nigerian women’s accounts of ‘early marriages’. Feminism & Psychology. 25(4), pp. 506-527. 0959-3535.
  17. Callender, M., Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Bartoli, A. and Alexander, J. (2015) Improving outcomes for families in Milton Keynes. Poster presented to: Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015. (Unpublished)
  18. Callaghan, J., Fellin, L. and Alexander, J. (2015) Mental health of looked-after children: embodiment and use of space. In: Evans, B., Horton, J. and Skelton, T. (eds.) Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being. Singapore: Springer. pp. 1-20.
  19. Callaghan, J. (2015) Mothers and children? Representations of mothers in research on children’s outcomes in domestic violence. Psychology of Women Section Review. 17, pp. 13-20. 1466-3724.
  20. Turner, D., Callaghan, J. and Gordon-Finlayson, A. (2015) Searching for Afrocentric spirituality within the transpersonal. Transpersonal Psychology Review. 17(1), pp. 20-25.
  21. Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2015) Understanding agency and resistance strategies (UNARS): children’s experiences of domestic violence.
  22. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Sixsmith, J. and Mavrou, S. (2015) Understanding agency and resistance strategies: children's experiences of domestic violence and abuse. Symposium presented to: European Conference on Domestic Violence (ECDV), Queen's University Belfast, 06-09 September 2015. (Unpublished)
  23. Sixsmith, J., Callaghan, J., Alexander, J. and Symons, S. (2015) Understanding the UK Policy context of domestic violence: perspectives on children and young people. Poster presented to: Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015. (Unpublished)

2014

  1. Callaghan, J. (2014) Member of Editorial Board. Journal of Gender Studies. Taylor & Francis. 0958-9236.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2014) Committee Member. American Psychological Association (APA) - International Committee (IC) of the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology.
  3. Alexander, J., Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2014) Call for participants: Study explores 'resilience' of young people living with domestic abuse. CAADA eNews. Jan/Feb
  4. Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Armstrong-Hallam, S., Deliyanni-Kouimtzi, K., Papathanassiou, M., Mavrou, S., Munoz, M. and Nardulli, C. (2014) Children's experiences of domestic abuse: agency, resistance and resilience. Other presented to: Children's Experiences of Domestic Abuse: Agency, Resistance, Resilience (Knowledge Cafe), The University of Northampton, 16 May 2014. (Unpublished)
  5. Callaghan, J. (2014) Children's experiences of domestic violence. Invited Presentation presented to: Research Institute for Health and Social Change (RIHSC) Seminar Series, Manchester Metropolitan University, 05 November 2014. (Unpublished)
  6. Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Deliyanni-Kouimtz, K., Papathanassiou, M., Mavrou, S., Munoz, M. and Nardulli, C. (2014) Children’s experiences of domestic violence: understanding agency and resistance. Paper presented to: Understanding Agency and Resistance Strategies (UNARS), Thessaloniki, Greece, 30 May 2014. (Unpublished)
  7. Alexander, J. and Callaghan, J. (2014) Cycles of inequality: intergenerational disadvantage in mature students' educational & occupational trajectories. Paper presented to: Approaches to Inequalities: Perspectives from Higher Education, The University of Northampton, 11 September 2014. Also presented at: Psychology Staff Research Conference, The University of Northampton, 19-21 September 2014 (Unpublished)
  8. Callaghan, J. (2014) Focus groups. In: Teo, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology. New York: Springer. pp. 21-35.
  9. Callaghan, J. (2014) Humour, embodiment and use of space: agency and resistance in young people who have lived with domestic violence. Invited Keynote presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2014, Windsor, England, 09-11 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  10. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Sixsmith, J. (2014) Imaging agency and resistance: Photos and drawings in work with children in situations of domestic abuse. Invited Presentation presented to: The British Psychological Society, Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP): Multiple Transformations of Qualitative Data, De Montfort University, Leicester, 11 April 2014. (Unpublished)
  11. Ward, L., Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2014) Laugh it up or laugh it off: the use of humour within the fire service as a way of constructing, managing and coping with emotionality. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2014, Windsor, England, 09-11 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  12. Callaghan, J. and Hamer, H. (2014) Midlands and East Mental Health and Wellbeing Project: An exploration of understandings and experiences of service transformation in CAMHS: An interim report. (Unpublished)
  13. Callaghan, J. (2014) Professions and professionalisation. In: Teo, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology. New York: Springer Reference.
  14. Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2014) Providing shelter and housing for victims of domestic violence. (Unpublished)
  15. Turner, D., Callaghan, J. and Gordon-Finlayson, A. (2014) Relating to the other: a transpersonal exploration of our internalised experience of difference. Poster presented to: British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) Annual Research Conference, London, 16-17 May 2014. (Unpublished)
  16. Turner, D., Callaghan, J. and Gordon-Finlayson, A. (2014) Searching for Afrocentric spirituality within the transpersonal. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Transpersonal Psychology Section Conference, Sunley Conference Centre, The University of Northampton, 10-12 October 2014. (Unpublished)
  17. Dann, C., Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2014) The adorned feminine body: a qualitative exploration of media representations of tattooed women in the UK. Poster presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2014, Windsor, England, 09-11 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  18. Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L. and Harrison-Breed, C. (2014) UNARS - Understanding agency and resistance: children in situations of domestic violence and abuse. Symposium presented to: Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Conference 2014, The University of Northampton, 02-04 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  19. Callaghan, J. (2014) Understanding agency and resistance strategies. Invited Keynote presented to: Seminari Interdisciplinar de Metodologia de Recerca Feminista (SIMReF) Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, 05 May 2014. (Unpublished)
  20. Callaghan, J., Nardulli, C., Fellin, L., Alexander, J., Sixsmith, J. and Sanelli, M. B. (2014) Understanding agency and resistance strategies: Psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic violence. Invited Presentation presented to: Garante Dei Diritti Dell’Infanzia e Dell’Adolescenza: Bari Workshop to present the Daphne Project UNARS, Excelsior Hotel, Bari, Italy, Puglia, 01 April 2014. (Unpublished)
  21. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Papathanassiou, M., Mavrou, S., Sixsmith, J., Deliyanni-Kouimtzi, K., Symons, S. and Armstrong-Hallam, S. (2014) Understanding agency and resistance: children in situations of domestic abuse. Symposium presented to: Qualitative Research on Mental Health 5 (QRMH5), MAICh, Chania, Crete, Greece, 02-04 September 2014. (Unpublished)
  22. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Sixsmith, J. and Fellin, L. (2014) Understanding agency and resistance: children's experiences of domestic violence. Poster presented to: Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Conference 2014, The University of Northampton, 02-04 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  23. Sixsmith, J., Symons, S. and Callaghan, J. (2014) Understanding the policy context of domestic violence: positioning children at the intersection of disclosure and practice. Poster presented to: British Psychological Society 2014 Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK, 07-09 May 2014. (Unpublished)
  24. Maunder, R., Fritz, C. O. and Callaghan, J. (2014) Working with schools and communities: a postgraduate module where students undertake a mental health or well-being intervention in a school or community setting. In: Alden Rivers, B. and Smith, J. (eds.) Changemaker in the Curriculum: The University of Northampton: Case Studies 2013-2014. Northampton: The University of Northampton. pp. 25-27.
  25. Callaghan, J., Alexander, J., Sixsmith, J. and Fellin, L. (2014) “Witness” to violence? Agency and resistance in children’s accounts of domestic abuse. Paper presented to: 8th Annual Keele Counselling Conference: Daring to Make an Impact: Dynamic Qualitative Research, Keele University, 22-23 March 2014. (Unpublished)

2013

  1. Callaghan, J. (2013) Editor. British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section Review. British Psychological Society. 1466-3724.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2013) Committee Member, Psychology of Women Section. Psychology of Women Section, British Psychological Society.
  3. Callaghan, J. (2013) Member of Research Council. British Psychological Society.
  4. Callaghan, J. (2013) Clinical Trustee. Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership.
  5. Callaghan, J. (2013) Committee Member. Northamptonshire Young Healthy Minds Partnership.
  6. Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Bilotta, J. and Armstrong-Hallam, S. (2013) "Witness" to violence? Psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic abuse. Invited Keynote presented to: Northamptonshire Against Domestic Abuse (NADA) Domestic Abuse Conference, Kettering, United Kingdom, 27 November 2013. (Unpublished)
  7. Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2013) 'Damaged' and 'Damaging': psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic violence. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013. (Unpublished)
  8. Callaghan, J. (2013) Book review: Multicultural Girlhood: Racism, Sexuality, and the Conflicted Spaces of American Education, Mary E Thomas. Feminism & Psychology. 23(4), pp. 565-567. 0959-3535.
  9. Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2013) Deconstructing DSM 5: de-classifying childhood. Paper presented to: Children and Young People's Mental Health: Improving Outcomes, Widening Access and Tackling Stigma in an Age of Austerity, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  10. Callaghan, J. (2013) Editorial. Psychology of Women Section Review. 15(1), pp. 1-2. 1466–3724.
  11. Capewell, C. and Callaghan, J. (2013) Glue that sticks and separates. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013. (Unpublished)
  12. Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2013) Growing up with violence: discourses of childhood in situations of domestic abuse. Paper presented to: The British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2013, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, 10-12 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  13. Youell, J., Callaghan, J. and Parkes, J. (2013) Home is here and gone away: constructions, meanings and sense of home for couples living with dementia. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2013, Windsor, 10-12 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  14. Callaghan, J. (2013) Innovative qualitative research with children and young people. Symposium presented to: Children and Young People's Mental Health: Improving Outcomes, Widening Access and Tackling Stigma in an Age of Austerity, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  15. Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2013) Midlands and East Mental Health and Wellbeing Project. Poster presented to: Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Conference, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  16. Ward, L. and Callaghan, J. (2013) Military ‘manliness’: the construction of masculinity and emotional expression within Ministry of Defence advertising campaigns. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2013, Windsor, 10-12 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  17. Capdevila, R. and Callaghan, J. (2013) Publishing feminist research: opportunities and challenges. Workshop presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2013, Windsor, 10-12 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  18. Callaghan, J. (2013) Research and relationalities. Symposium presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013. (Unpublished)
  19. Callaghan, J. (2013) Research in online spaces: 'Tumblr' and eating 'disorder'. Symposium presented to: Children and Young People's Mental Health: Improving Outcomes, Widening Access and Tackling Stigma in an Age of Austerity, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  20. Callaghan, J. (2013) Risky or resilient? Mental health for children, young people and families. Invited Keynote presented to: Social Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Association (SEBDA) 60th Annual Conference, Marriott Hotel, Leeds, 22-23 March 2013. (Unpublished)
  21. Callaghan, J. and Stock, H. (2013) Safe, respectful and functional: teachers’ talk about sex education. Paper presented to: Congress of Critical Social Psychology: Discourse, Materiality and Politics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 06-08 February 2013. (Unpublished)
  22. Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2013) Understanding agency and resistance: children in situations of domestic violence. Paper presented to: Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Conference, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013. (Unpublished)
  23. Turner, D., Callaghan, J., Gordon-Finlayson, A. and Buchanan, K. (2013) Universal difference? Understanding relationality and difference in transpersonal psychotherapy. Symposium presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013. (Unpublished)
  24. Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2013) “Witness” to violence? Psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic violence. Paper presented to: Congress of Critical Social Psychology: Discourse, Materiality and Politics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 06-08 February 2013. (Unpublished)
  25. Callaghan, J. and Sixsmith, J. (2013) “Witness” to violence? Psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic abuse. Invited Keynote presented to: Diversity: Inaugural Conference of Wales Health Student Forum, Cardiff, 18 October 2013. (Unpublished)

2012

  1. Callaghan, J. and Lazard, L. (2012) 'Please don't put the whole dang thing out there!': a discursive analysis of internet discussions around infant feeding. Psychology & Health. 27(8), pp. 938-955. 0887-0446.
  2. Maunder, R., Gordon-Finlayson, A., Callaghan, J. and Roberts, A. (2012) Behind supervisory doors: taught Master’s dissertation students as qualitative apprentices. Psychology Learning & Teaching. 11(1), pp. 30-38. 1475-7257.
  3. Ward, L. and Callaghan, J. (2012) Big boys dont cry? Emotionality, masculinity and psychological wellbeing: the experiences of British military personnel and veterans. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2012, Windsor, 11-13 July 2012. (Unpublished)
  4. Callaghan, J. (2012) Communities and professional identities: South African women students’ accounts of Applied Psychology training. In: Walker, C., Johnson, K. and Cunningham, L. (eds.) Community Psychology and the Socioeconomics of Mental Distress: International Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. pp. 141-155.

2011

  1. Callaghan, J. (2011) Member of Advisory Board. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education. Northampton: University of Northampton. 2041-3122.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2011) Becoming a psychologist: knowledge and skills in context. Paper presented to: 14th Biennial Conference of The International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP 2011), Thessaloniki, Greece, 27 June - 01 July 2011. (Unpublished)
  3. Callaghan, J. (2011) Book review: Rebecca Jordan Young, Brain Storm: The Flaws in the Science of Sex Differences. Feminism & Psychology. 21(4), pp. 563-566. 0959-3535.
  4. Callaghan, J. and Lazard, L. (2011) Social Psychology. Exeter: Learning Matters. 9780857252807.
  5. Callaghan, J., Tosh, J., Healicon, A., Burman, E. and Smith, L.-A. (2011) This post feminist moment? Theorising sex and sexual violence in an age of scepticism. Symposium presented to: 14th Biennial Conference of The International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP 2011), Thessaloniki, Greece, 27 June - 01 July 2011. (Unpublished)
  6. Callaghan, J. (2011) “Remember kids. Rape is only funny on facebook” Theorising talk about sexual and gendered violence in online spaces. Paper presented to: 14th Biennial Conference of The International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP 2011), Thessaloniki, Greece, 27 June - 01 July 2011. (Unpublished)

2010

  1. Erathali, S. M. A., Callaghan, J. and Lazard, L. (2010) "Everyone is afraid of HIV/AIDS ...": accounts of healthcare professionals working with HIV/AIDS in Tamilnadu, India. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2010, Windsor, England, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
  2. Antoine, S. and Callaghan, J. (2010) 'Jus' how me pick up me roof jus' so they want me to pick up me life too, you hear dat'. A thematic analysis of the experiences of adolescents following Hurricane Ivan in Grenada. Paper presented to: 3rd Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference (QRMH3): The Disabled Self: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Stigma and Recovery, University of Nottingham, 25-27 August 2010. (Unpublished)
  3. Butcher, J., Lazard, L., Hey, J., Sedgwick, P. and Callaghan, J. (2010) 'We take on round pegs and try to assess them in square holes': reflective report on the work of the HEA Summit: Developing Inclusive Learning and Teaching (2009-10). (Unpublished)
  4. Callaghan, J. (2010) Access to education: transport issues for 14-19 education in Northamptonshire. (Unpublished)
  5. Callaghan, J. (2010) All about me? Professional identities, whiteness and reflexivity. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2010, Windsor, England, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
  6. Callaghan, J., Barber, H., Cusik, C. and Buchanan, K. (2010) Chatting online: the use of instant messaging in qualitative research. Symposium presented to: British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2010, University of Nottingham, 23-25 August 2010. (Unpublished)
  7. Callaghan, J. and Dann, C. (2010) Conforming and resisting: femininities, embodiment and fashion. Invited Keynote presented to: Centre for Children and Youth Seminar Series, The University of Northampton, Northampton, England, 14 October 2010. (Unpublished)
  8. Callaghan, J. (2010) Discourses of social and geographical mobility. Invited Presentation presented to: Psychology Seminar Series, De Montfort University, Leicester, England, 15 December 2010. (Unpublished)
  9. Willis, M., Lazard, L. and Callaghan, J. (2010) In Britain's best interest? Discourses of race, place and identity in British party-political manifestos. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2010, Nottingham, England, 23-25 August 2010. (Unpublished)
  10. Callaghan, J. (2010) Just the facts, ma'am: decentring the analysis of content in focus group research. Invited Presentation presented to: British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2010, University of Nottingham, 23-25 August 2010. (Unpublished)
  11. Lazard, L., Crafter, S., Callaghan, J. and Maunder, R. (2010) My fantasy boyfriend would be...? Explorations of web-based 'teen' quizzes which use Japanese art. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2010, Windsor, England, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
  12. Barber, H. and Callaghan, J. (2010) Reality, virtuality and fandom: exploring gender in online fan communities. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2010, Windsor, England, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
  13. Barber, H. and Callaghan, J. (2010) Virtual friends: experiences of an online fan community. In: Mousoutzanis, A. and Riha, D. (eds.) New Media and the Politics of Online Communities. Freeland, Oxfordshire, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. pp. 59-68.
  14. Callaghan, J. (2010) Working with 'the community': student accounts of community based work in South Africa. Paper presented to: 3rd Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference (QRMH3): The Disabled Self: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Stigma and Recovery, University of Nottingham, 25-27 August 2010. (Unpublished)

2009

  1. Lazard, L., Callaghan, J. and Maunder, R. (2009) Staff perceptions and understandings of continued professional development: A focus group study. (Unpublished)

2008

  1. Callaghan, J. and Capdevila, R. (2008) Editor. Annual Review of Critical Psychology : Asylum and Migration. 6 Manchester: Discourse Unit, Manchester Metropolitan University. 1746-739X.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2008) Member of Editorial Board. Annual Review of Critical Psychology. Manchester, England: Discourse Unit, Manchester Metropolitan University. 1746-739X.
  3. Callaghan, J. (2008) Member of Peer Review Body. National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation (NIHR SDO) programme.
  4. Capdevila, R. and Callaghan, J. (2008) 'It's not racist. It's common sense'. A critical analysis of political discourse around asylum and immigration in the UK. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. 18(1), pp. 1-16. 1052-9284.
  5. Callaghan, J. (2008) Book review: Ron Roberts (ed.): Just War: Psychology and Terrorism. Annual Review of Critical Psychology. 6, pp. 139-141. 1746-739X.
  6. Callaghan, J. and Capdevila, R. (2008) Globalisation, migration and asylum: the peril of the alien and the safety of the familiar. Annual Review of Critical Psychology. 6, pp. 1-3. 1746-739X.
  7. Callaghan, J. (2008) Race, class and gender in women students' accounts of professional training in Psychology. Invited Presentation presented to: Department of Psychology, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 6 March 2008. (Unpublished)
  8. Callaghan, J. (2008) Social and geographic mobility: raced, classed and gendered. Invited Presentation presented to: International Symposium on Migration and Forced Removals, Johannesburg, South Africa, 5-7 March 2008. (Unpublished)

2007

  1. Lazard, L., Buys, D., Callaghan, J., Motzkou, J. and Keating, S. (2007) Hidden crimes, secret pain. Response to Northern Ireland Office and Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety consultation, commissioned by Northern Ireland Office of British Psychological Society, Leicester BPS. (Unpublished)
  2. Callaghan, J. and Lazard, L. (2007) Local Area Agreement commissioned by Northampton Borough Council. (Unpublished)
  3. Callaghan, J. and Lazard, L. (2007) Parenting online: an analysis of internet discussions about parenting. Paper presented to: Psychology of Women Section (British Psychological Society), Windsor, 18-20 July 2007. (Unpublished)

2006

  1. Callaghan, J. (2006) Becoming a psychologist: feminism, activism, professionalism. In: Shefer, T., Boonzaier, F. and Kiguwa, P. (eds.) The Gender of Psychology. Cape Town: Juta. pp. 293-300.
  2. Callaghan, J. and Clark, J. (2006) Feminist theory and conflict. In: Ratele, K. (ed.) Inter-group Relations: South African Perspectives. Cape Town: Juta. pp. 87-110.

2005

  1. Callaghan, J. (2005) Becoming a psychologist: professionalism, feminism, activism. Annual Review of Critical Psychology. 4, pp. 139-154. 1746-739X.
  2. Duckitt, J., Callaghan, J. and Wagner, C. (2005) Group identification and outgroup attitudes in four South African ethnic groups: a multidimensional approach. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 31(5), pp. 633-646. 0146-1672.
  3. Callaghan, J. (2005) Professionalisation and depoliticisation: South African women students in professional psychological training. International Journal of Critical Psychology. 8, pp. 117-138. 1471-4167.

2004

  1. Callaghan, J., Young, B., Pace, F. and Vostanis, P. (2004) Evaluation of a new mental health service for looked after children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 9(1), pp. 130-148. 1359-1045.
  2. Callaghan, J. and Vostanis, P. (2004) The mental health of vulnerable young people. In: Dwivedi, K. and Harper, P. (eds.) Promoting the Emotional Well-being of Children and Adolescents and Preventing Their Mental Ill Health : a Handbook. London: Jessica Kingsley. pp. 219-233.

2003

  1. Callaghan, J., Young, B., Richards, M. and Vostanis, P. (2003) Developing new mental health services for looked after children: a focus group study. Adoption & Fostering. 27(4), pp. 51-63. 0308-5759.
  2. Callaghan, J. (2003) Exploring South African psychology: township girls, the community and identity in women students' talk about professional training. Agenda. 57, pp. 34-44. 1013-0950.
  3. Callaghan, J., Young, B., Pace, F. and Vostanis, P. (2003) Mental health support for youth offending teams: a qualitative study. Health and Social Care in the Community. 11(1), pp. 55-63. 0966-0410.
  4. Callaghan, J., Pace, F., Young, B. and Vostanis, P. (2003) Primary mental health workers within youth offending teams: a new service model. Journal of Adolescence. 26, pp. 185-199. 0140-1971.
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