Dr Georgina Wardle

  • Senior Lecturer (People, Place & Social Change)
  • Associate (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)

Research interests

Georgina Wardle is a member of the 'People, Place and Social Change'  Research and Knowledge Transfer Group, and she is Chair of Glasgow University Ethics Committee.

Research interests

Georgina's research in developmental social psychology is focused on the cognitive, emotional and social determinants and correlates of the prosocial and antisocial development of pre-adolescent children.


Publications

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Jump to: 2018 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005
Number of items: 12.

2018

Toye, M. K., Wilson, C. and Wardle, G. A. (2018) Education professionals’ attitudes towards the inclusion of children with ADHD: the role of knowledge and stigma. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, (doi:10.1111/1471-3802.12441) (Early Online Publication)

Hayward, L. et al. (2018) CAMAU Project: Research Report (April 2018). Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

2015

Hall, S. , Lowden, K. , Wardle, G. , Watters, N., Hermannsson, K. , Friel, N., Hermannsson, K. , Renfrewshire Council, and Macmillan-Currie, J. (2015) Renfrewshire Families First Evaluation. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

2014

Thomas, M. and Wardle, G. A. (2014) "I'm more aware of the body than ever": old adults' experiences of the psychosocial significance of their bodies. Psychological Studies, 59(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1007/s12646-013-0208-8)

2013

Wardle, G. (2013) Children’s perceptions of antisocial motives in peer interaction. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich, Germany, 27-31 Aug 2013,

2012

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

2011

Wardle, G. (2011) Children's social relationships: Links to learning. In: McMahon, M., Forde, C. and Martin, M. (eds.) Cotemporary issues in Learning and Teaching. Sage: London.

Wardle, G. , Hunter, S. and Warden, D. (2011) Prosocial and antisocial children's perceptions of peers' motives for prosocial behaviours. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29(3), pp. 396-408. (doi:10.1348/026151010X494296)

2008

Wardle, G. (2008) Children’s perceptions of peer prosocial motives: antisocial and prosocial differences. British Psychological Society. Conference Proceedings,

2006

Wardle, G.A. (2006) Why are children nice to each other? Children's perceptions of the prosocial motives of their peers. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Warwick, UK, 6-9 Sept 2006,

2005

Wardle, G.A. (2005) Children's perceptions of peer prosocial behaviour: do children understand us when we ask them to be 'nice' to each other (and to us)? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, UK, 15-18 Sept 2005,

Wardle, G.A. (2005) Children's prosocial behaviour: a domain perspective. In: BPS Developmental Section Annual Conference, Edinburgh, UK, Sept 2005,

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Number of items: 12.

Articles

Toye, M. K., Wilson, C. and Wardle, G. A. (2018) Education professionals’ attitudes towards the inclusion of children with ADHD: the role of knowledge and stigma. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, (doi:10.1111/1471-3802.12441) (Early Online Publication)

Thomas, M. and Wardle, G. A. (2014) "I'm more aware of the body than ever": old adults' experiences of the psychosocial significance of their bodies. Psychological Studies, 59(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1007/s12646-013-0208-8)

Wardle, G. , Hunter, S. and Warden, D. (2011) Prosocial and antisocial children's perceptions of peers' motives for prosocial behaviours. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29(3), pp. 396-408. (doi:10.1348/026151010X494296)

Wardle, G. (2008) Children’s perceptions of peer prosocial motives: antisocial and prosocial differences. British Psychological Society. Conference Proceedings,

Book Sections

Wardle, G. (2011) Children's social relationships: Links to learning. In: McMahon, M., Forde, C. and Martin, M. (eds.) Cotemporary issues in Learning and Teaching. Sage: London.

Research Reports or Papers

Hayward, L. et al. (2018) CAMAU Project: Research Report (April 2018). Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hall, S. , Lowden, K. , Wardle, G. , Watters, N., Hermannsson, K. , Friel, N., Hermannsson, K. , Renfrewshire Council, and Macmillan-Currie, J. (2015) Renfrewshire Families First Evaluation. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Hayward, L. et al. (2012) Assessment at Transition. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Conference Proceedings

Wardle, G. (2013) Children’s perceptions of antisocial motives in peer interaction. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich, Germany, 27-31 Aug 2013,

Wardle, G.A. (2006) Why are children nice to each other? Children's perceptions of the prosocial motives of their peers. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Warwick, UK, 6-9 Sept 2006,

Wardle, G.A. (2005) Children's perceptions of peer prosocial behaviour: do children understand us when we ask them to be 'nice' to each other (and to us)? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, UK, 15-18 Sept 2005,

Wardle, G.A. (2005) Children's prosocial behaviour: a domain perspective. In: BPS Developmental Section Annual Conference, Edinburgh, UK, Sept 2005,

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Grants

Scottish Government: Assessment at the time of transition (2010 - 2011). Hayward, L. et al. £142,332

Adam Smith Research Foundation: Children's psychological and emotional well-being: what are the motives for peer-directed antisocial behaviour in primary schools? (2012). Wardle, G. £1560

Renfrewshire Council: Early years strategy evaluation (2013 - 2015). Hall, S., Lowden, K., & Wardle, G. £30,000


Supervision

Supervision

Georgina supervises the work of a number of MSc Psychology, MEd, PhD and EdD students. 

PhD students recently completed:

Katarzyna Borkowska. 'The consumption of hegemonic masculinity: understanding gender patterns through computer-mediated communication.'

Stella Mouroutsou. 'Policy Implementation in Inclusive Education: A Complexity Perspective.'

EdD students recently completed:

Ann Murray. 'Narrating their liminal journeys: the stories of women 'returning' to education.'

Colin Howard Jones. 'What factors contribute to success and failure in the first year at medical school?'

 

Current PhD students: Mary Lappin; Eda Kocar; Deja Lusk; Maxinne Connolly; Bayan Alghanmi; Merle Davies; Anne O'Reilly; Lyndsay Broadfoot; Rongrui Yu

Current EdD students: Gary Lynch


Teaching

Teaching

Georgina teaches in the School of Education, where she contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.


Additional information

Academic and professional body membership

BPS Chartered Psychologist and Associated Fellow

BPS Developmental Section Member

GTCS

Reviewer for the following peer review journals: Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology; Social Development

UK Research Integrity Office Adviser