Mimi Tatlow-Golden
Mimi Tatlow-Golden
Senior Lecturer, Developmental Psychology and Childhood, The Open University
Verified email at open.ac.uk
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Tackling food marketing to children in a digital world: trans-disciplinary perspectives
http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/322226/Tackling-food …, 2016
What do general practitioners know about ADHD? Attitudes and knowledge among first-contact gatekeepers: systematic narrative review
M Tatlow-Golden, L Prihodova, B Gavin, W Cullen, F McNicholas
BMC family practice 17 (1), 1-15, 2016
‘Big, strong and healthy’. Young children’s identification of food and drink that contribute to healthy growth
M Tatlow-Golden, E Hennessy, M Dean, L Hollywood
Appetite 71, 163-170, 2013
See, like, share, remember: Adolescents’ responses to unhealthy-, healthy-and non-food advertising in social media
G Murphy, C Corcoran, M Tatlow-Golden, E Boyland, B Rooney
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (7), 2181, 2020
Young children's food brand knowledge. Early development and associations with television viewing and parent's diet
M Tatlow-Golden, E Hennessy, M Dean, L Hollywood
Appetite 80, 197-203, 2014
Exposure, power and impact of food marketing on children: evidence supports strong restrictions
E Boyland, M Tatlow-Golden
European Journal of Risk Regulation 8 (2), 224-236, 2017
‘My favourite things to do’and ‘my favourite people’: Exploring salient aspects of children’s self-concept
M Tatlow-Golden, S Guerin
Childhood 17 (4), 545-562, 2010
A traumatised and traumatising system: Professionals' experiences in meeting the mental health needs of young people in the care and youth justice systems in Ireland
R McElvaney, M Tatlow-Golden
Children and Youth Services Review 65, 62-69, 2016
Reconstructing readiness: Young children’s priorities for their early school adjustment
C O’Farrelly, A Booth, M Tatlow-Golden, B Barker
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 50, 3-16, 2020
Transitioning from child and adolescent mental health services with attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder in Ireland: Case note review
M Tatlow‐Golden, B Gavin, N McNamara, S Singh, T Ford, M Paul, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 12 (3), 505-512, 2018
Digital food marketing to children: Exploitation, surveillance and rights violations
M Tatlow-Golden, A Garde
Global Food Security 27, 100423, 2020
Mapping the national disability policy landscape
C Linehan, S O'Doherty, M Tatlow-Golden, S Craig, M Kerr, C Lynch, ...
School of Social Work, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 2014
Who I am: The meaning of early adolescents’ most valued activities and relationships, and implications for self-concept research
M Tatlow-Golden, S Guerin
The Journal of Early Adolescence 37 (2), 236-266, 2017
‘Look, I have my ears open’: Resilience and early school experiences among children in an economically deprived suburban area in Ireland
M Tatlow-Golden, C O’Farrelly, A Booth, C O’Rourke, O Doyle
School Psychology International 37 (2), 104-120, 2016
Living arrangement options for people with intellectual disabilities: a scoping review
M Tatlow-Golden, C Linehan, S O'Doherty, S Craig, M Kerr, C Lynch, ...
School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin, 2014
General practitioners’(GP) attitudes and knowledge about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in Ireland
D Adamis, M Tatlow-Golden, B Gavin, F McNicholas
Irish Journal of Medical Science (1971-) 188 (1), 231-239, 2019
A safe glimpse within the" black box"? ethical and legal principles when assessing digital marketing of food and drink to children
M Tatlow-Golden, V Verdoodt, J Oates, J Jewell, JJ Breda, E Boyland, ...
Public health panorama 3 (04), 613-621, 2017
Who's Feeding the Kids Online? Digital food marketing and children in Ireland
M Tatlow-Golden, L Dolphin, L Treacy
https://irishheart.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/12 …, 2016
Creating good feelings about unhealthy food: children’s televised ‘advertised diet’on the island of Ireland, in a climate of regulation
M Tatlow-Golden, C Murrin, R Bergin, M Kerr, S O’Brien, B Livingstone
The Irish Journal of Psychology 36 (1-4), 83-100, 2015
A bit more understanding: Young adults' views of mental health services in care in Ireland
M Tatlow-Golden, R McElvaney
Children and youth services review 51, 1-9, 2015
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