Families, Siblings, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
I am a Research Fellow in the Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research at the University of Warwick. I am the study manager for a feasibility study entitled: REducing the risk of criminal exploitation using multiSystEmic Therapy (The RESET Study). I am also currently working on a mindfulness-based project for parent and adult sibling carers of people with intellectual (learning) disabilities.
- Hastings, Richard P., Totsika, Vasiliki, Hayden, Nikita, Murray, Caitlin, Jess, Mikeda, Langley, Emma, Margetson, Jane Kerry, 2020. 1000 Families Study, a UK multiwave cohort investigating the well-being of families of children with intellectual disabilities : cohort profile. BMJ Open, 10 (2)
- Hayden, Nikita, Hayden, Nikita K., McCaffrey, Monica, Fraser-Lim, Claire, Hastings, Richard P., 2019. Supporting siblings of children with a special educational need or disability : an evaluation of Sibs Talk, a one-to-one intervention delivered by staff in mainstream schools. Support for Learning, 34 (4), pp. 404-420
- Hayden, Nikita, Hastings, Richard P., Totsika, Vasiliki, Langley, Emma, 2019. A population-based study of the behavioral and emotional adjustment of older siblings of children with and without intellectual disability. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 47 (8), pp. 1409-1419
- Tharian, Priyanka Rebecca, Henderson, Sadie, Wathanasin, Nataya, Hayden, Nikita, Chester, Verity, Tromans, Samuel, 2019. Characters with autism spectrum disorder in fiction : where are the women and girls?. Advances in Autism, 5 (1), pp. 50-63
- Hewitt, Olivia, Langdon, Peter, Steel, Craig, Larkin, Michael, Hayden, Nikita, 2021. A systematic review and narrative synthesis of mental imagery tasks in people with an intellectual disability : implications for psychological therapies [search strategy]. University of Warwick ; CEDAR
- Cullen, Stephen Michael, Cullen, Mairi Ann, Dytham, Siobhan, Hayden, Nikita, 2018. Research to understand successful approaches to supporting the most academically able disadvantaged pupils. Department of Education