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Welcome to UWE Bristol Research Repository

The Research Repository is an open access online repository providing a central record of the University's research output as well as immediate access to the full text. It covers the whole range of UWE Bristol's output including books, book chapters, conference papers, images and journal articles.

Contact the team for more information at repository@uwe.ac.uk



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Testing lifecourse theories characterising associations between maternal depression and offspring depression in emerging adulthood: The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (2022)
Journal Article
Lacey, R. E., Gondek, D., Smith, B. J., Smith, A. D., Dunn, E. C., & Sacker, A. (in press). Testing lifecourse theories characterising associations between maternal depression and offspring depression in emerging adulthood: The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,

Background: Maternal depression is a major determinant of offspring mental health. Yet little is understood about how the duration and timing of maternal depression shapes youth risk for depressive symptoms, which if understood could inform when best... Read More about Testing lifecourse theories characterising associations between maternal depression and offspring depression in emerging adulthood: The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children.

Using agent-based modelling to understand crime phenomena (2016)
Book Chapter
Addis, N. (2016). Using agent-based modelling to understand crime phenomena. In J. Lombard, E. Stern, & G. Clarke (Eds.), Applied Spatial Modelling and Planning (22). Abingdon: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315683621-22

Advances in computing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mean that more scientific approaches can now be utilised to understand patterns of crime and their distribution more effectively. These include statistical and mathematical techniques, su... Read More about Using agent-based modelling to understand crime phenomena.

The blank slide of decolonization (2022)
Other
McCallum, M., & Hadjiosif, M. (2022). The blank slide of decolonization. [No More Silence Zine]. Bristol

We are a student and a teacher from UWE’s Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Melissa is doing her doctorate research on how black women’s subjectivity is structured within psychotherapeutic training contexts, and Miltos is keen to lear... Read More about The blank slide of decolonization.

Ego-graph replay based continual learning for misinformation engagement prediction (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Bo, H., Mcconville, R., Hong, J., & Liu, W. (in press). Ego-graph replay based continual learning for misinformation engagement prediction. . https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2207.12105

Online social network platforms have a problem with misinformation. One popular way of addressing this problem is via the use of machine learning based automated misinfor-mation detection systems to classify if a post is misinformation. Instead of po... Read More about Ego-graph replay based continual learning for misinformation engagement prediction.