Computer Assisted Interviewing (CAI) as a tool for consulting with children and young people

Elizabeth F.S. Hannah, Wilma Barrow

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    Abstract

    This session will focus on computer assisted interviewing (CAI) as one method of consulting with children. There will be a detailed look at a specific CAI package (In My Shoes). This will be followed by critical reflection on the advantages and disadvantages of CAI in consulting with children. Reference will be made to relevant literature and to one case study involving the use of In My Shoes with children with ASD. The session will include consideration of constructions of children and the potential dangers of adopting a mechanistic approach to consultation processes. There will be opportunity for participants to critically reflect on the potential use of CAI in their own professional practice.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2009
    EventEast Dunbartonshire Council Psychological Service Listening for Impact Conference - Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Duration: 1 Apr 2009 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceEast Dunbartonshire Council Psychological Service Listening for Impact Conference
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityGlasgow
    Period1/04/09 → …

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    Using computer-assisted interviewing to consult with children with autism spectrum disorders: an exploratory study

    Barrow, W. & Hannah, E. F., Aug 2012, In : School Psychology International. 33, 4, p. 450-464 15 p.

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    Hannah, E. F. S., & Barrow, W. (2009). Computer Assisted Interviewing (CAI) as a tool for consulting with children and young people. Paper presented at East Dunbartonshire Council Psychological Service Listening for Impact Conference, Glasgow, United Kingdom.