Ian M. Evans, PhD

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Psychology Massey University, Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand 
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Evans IM, Fletcher A. (2013) Focus on change: Implications for the understanding and evaluation of psychological interventions Psychologia. 56: 113-130
Salmon K, Evans IM, Moskowitz S, et al. (2013) The Components of Young Children's Emotion Knowledge: Which Are Enhanced by Adult Emotion Talk? Social Development. 22: 94-110
Couch CM, Evans IM. (2012) Relationship focused parent training within a dialectical framework: a case study. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 17: 400-14
Andersen RJ, Evans IM, Harvey ST. (2012) Insider views of the emotional climate of the classroom: What New Zealand children tell us about their teachers' feelings Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 26: 199-220
Harvey ST, Bimler D, Evans IM, et al. (2012) Mapping the classroom emotional environment Teaching and Teacher Education. 28: 628-640
Pechtel P, Evans IM, Podd JV. (2011) Conceptualization of the complex outcomes of sexual abuse: a signal detection analysis. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 20: 677-94
Evans IM, Pechtel P. (2011) Phagophobia: Behavioral treatment of a complex case involving fear of fear Clinical Case Studies. 10: 37-52
Yan EM, Evans IM, Harvey ST. (2011) Observing emotional interactions between teachers and students in elementary school classrooms Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 25: 82-97
O'Connor F, Johnston D, Evans IM. (2011) The context in which we examine disasters in New Zealand: An editorial New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 40: 2-6
Evans IM. (2010) Positive affective priming: A behavioral technique to facilitate therapeutic engagement by families, caregivers, and teachers Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 32: 257-271
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