Items where SHU Author is "Macaskill, Ann"
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DENOVAN, Andrew and MACASKILL, Ann (2016). Stress and subjective well-being among first year UK undergraduate students. Journal of Happiness Studies. (In Press)
DARABI, Mitra, MACASKILL, Ann and REIDY, Lisa (2016). Stress among UK academics : identifying who copes best? Journal of Further and Higher Education. (In Press)
SUTIPAN, Pitchada, INTARAKAMHANG, Ungsinun and MACASKILL, Ann (2016). The impact of Positive Psychological Interventions on well-being in healthy older adults. Journal of Happiness Studies. (In Press)
MACASKILL, Ann (2015). Personality. In: SEGAL, Robert A and VON STUCKRAD, Kocku, (eds.) Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. Brill.
DARABI, Mitra, MACASKILL, Ann and REIDY, Lisa (2015). A qualitative study of UK academic role: positive features, negative aspects and associated stressors in a mainly teaching-focused university. Journal of Further and Higher Education. (In Press)
KILLEN, Alison and MACASKILL, Ann (2015). Using a gratitude intervention to enhance wellbeing in older adults. Journal of Happiness Studies, 16 (4), 947-964.
DENOVAN, Andrew and MACASKILL, Ann (2013). An interpretative phenomenological analysis of stress and coping in first year undergraduates. British Educational Research Journal, 39 (6), 1002-1024.
MACASKILL, Ann and DENOVAN, Andrew (2013). Developing autonomous learning in first year university students using perspectives from positive psychology. Studies in Higher Education, 38 (1), 124-142.
MACASKILL, Ann (2012). The mental health of university students in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 41 (4), 426-441.
BOONYARIT, Itsara, CHUAWANLEE, Wiladlak, MACASKILL, Ann and SUPPARERKCHAISAKU, Numchai (2012). Thai conceptualizations of forgiveness within a work context : comparison with Western models. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 7 (1), 1-30.
MACASKILL, Ann (2012). A feasibility study of psychological strengths and well-being assessment in individuals living with recurrent depression. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 7 (5), 372-386.
MOBACH, Thomas and MACASKILL, Ann (2011). Motivation to drink alcohol in first year university students : having a good time or simply coping? Health Psychology Update, 20 (2).
HEYWOOD, R., MACASKILL, A. and WILLIAMS, K. (2010). Informed consent in hospital practice: health professionals' perspectives and legal reflections. Medical Law Review, 18 (2), p. 152.
DUANGCHAN, Patcharee, YOELAO, Dusadee, MACASKILL, Ann, INTARAKAMHANG, Ungsinun and SUPRASONSIN, Chittiwat (2010). Interventions for healthy eating and physical activity among obese elementary schoolchildren : observing changes of the combined effects of behavioral models. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 5 (1).
MACASKILL, Ann and TAYLOR, Elissa (2010). The development of a brief measure of learner autonomy in university students. Studies in Higher Education, 35 (3), 351-359.
HEYWOOD, R, MACASKILL, Ann and WILLIAMS, Kevin (2007). Medical students' perceptions of informed consent : legal reflections on clinical education. Journal of professional negligence, 23 (3), 151-164.
MACASKILL, A. (2005). Defining forgiveness: Christian clergy and general population perspectives. Journal of personality, 73 (5), 1237-1267.
MACASKILL, A. (2005). The treatment of forgiveness in counselling and therapy. Counselling Psychology Review, 20 (1), 26-33.
RICKETTS, T. and MACASKILL, A. (2004). Differentiating normal and problem gambling: a grounded theory approach. Addiction Research and Theory, 12 (1), 77-87.
MACASKILL, Ann (2012). Differentiating dispositional self-forgiveness from other-forgiveness : associations with mental health and life satisfaction. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 31 (1), 28-50.
HEYWOOD, R, WILLIAMS, Kevin and MACASKILL, Ann (2008). Patient perceptions of the consent process : qualitative inquiry and legal reflection. Journal of professional negligence, 24 (2), 104-121.
MALTBY, J., MACASKILL, A. and GILLETT, R. (2007). The cognitive nature of forgiveness: using cognitive strategies of primary appraisal and coping to understand the process of forgiveness. Journal of clinical psychology, 63 (6), 555-566.
MACASKILL, A. (2007). Exploring religious involvement, forgiveness, trust, and cynicism. Mental health, religion, and culture, 10 (3), 203-218.