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Murray, A.L., Eisner, M., Ribeaud, D., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2019). Validation of a brief self-report measure of adolescent bullying perpetration and victimisation. Assessment. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191119858406

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Wilson, H., & Delahunty, L. (2019). Homelessness – ‘It will crumble men’: the views of staff and service users about facilitating the identification and support of people with an intellectual disability in homeless services. Health and Social Care in the Community. Early view: DOI: 10.1111/hsc.12750

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Wilson, H., Delahunty, L. (2019). A tool to help identify learning disabilities in homeless people. Nursing Times, 115 (8), 26-28.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Murray, A., Whelan, K., Cossar, J., Murray, K., & Scotland, J.   (2019). Emotion recognition and processing style in children with an intellectual disability. Learning Disability Practice, 22 (3), 20-24.

McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D., Murray, G.C., Michie, A. (2019). Service provision in Scotland for people with an intellectual disability and dementia: adherence to good practice guidelines. Learning Disability Practice. Early view: doi: 10.7748/ldp.2019.e1968

Murray, A., Booth, T., Eisner, M., Ribeaud, D., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2019). An analysis of response shifts in a universal school-based intervention to reduce externalising behaviour. Prevention Science., Early view: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-019-00999-2

Anderson, R., McKenzie, K., & Noone, S. (2019). Effects of a mindfulness-based stress reduction course on the psychological well-being of individuals with an intellectual disability.  Learning Disability Practice, 22(1), Early view: doi: 10.7748/ldp.2019.e1981

Metcalfe, D., McKenzie, K., McCarty, K., & Pollet, T. (2019). Emotion recognition from body movement and gesture in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder is improved by situational cues. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 86, 1-10.

Currie, T., McKenzie, K., & Noone, S. (2019). The experiences of people with an intellectual disability of a mindfulness-based program. Mindfulness. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12671-019-1095-4

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Murray, A.L., Martin, R., Tanfield, Y., Delahunty, L., Murray, K., Hutton, L., & O’Hare, A. (2018). Screening for intellectual disability with the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Screening Questionnaire: a modified Delphi approach. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. Early view: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/dmcn.14139

McKenzie, K., Murray, A., Freeston, M., Whelan, K., & Rodgers, J. (2019). Validation of the RCADS and RCADS short form adapted for adults. Journal of Affective Disorders, 245, 200-204.

Murray, A., Ribeaud, D., Eisner, M., Murray, G.C. & McKenzie, K. (2018). Should we subtype ADHD according to the context in which symptoms occur? Criterion validity of recognising context-based ADHD presentations. Child Psychiatry & Human Development. Early view https://doi.org/10.1007/s10578-018-0842-4

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Murray, A.L., Delahunty, L., Hutton, L., Murray, K., O’Hare, A. (2018). Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire to identify children with intellectual disability. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, Early view. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.13998

Martin, R., McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D., Pollet, T., & McCarty, K. (2019). A preliminary investigation into the relationship between empathy, autistic like traits and emotion recognition. Personality and Individual Differences, 137, 12-16.

Short, R., Case, G. & McKenzie, K. (2018). The long term impact of a whole school approach of restorative practice: the views of secondary school teachers. Pastoral Care in Education. Early view: : https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2018.1528625

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Murray, A.L., Whelan, K., Cossar, J., Murray, J., & Scotland, J. (2018). The impact of contextual information on the emotion recognition of children with an intellectual disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Early view https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jar.12517.

McKenzie, K., Whelan, K., Mayer, C., McNall, A., Noone, S., & Chaplin, J. (2018). “I feel like just a normal person now”: An exploration of what is important for people with intellectual disabilities in the provision of positive behavioural support. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. Early view. DOI: 10.1111/bld.12236

McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D., Michie, A., Murray, G. (2018) Service provision in Scotland for people with an intellectual disability who have, or are at risk of developing, dementia. Dementia. Early view. DOI:10.1177/1471301218785795

McKenzie, K., Murray, K., Murray, G.C. (2018) Encouraging physical activity in people with a learning disability. Nursing Times, 114(8), 18-21

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Murray, K.R., & Richelieu, M. (2018). Examining response shifts in the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation- Outcome Measure (CORE-OM). British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2018.1483007

Rutherford, M., Forsyth, K., McKenzie, K., McClure, I., Murray, A.L., McCarty, D., Irvine, L. & O’Hare, A. (2018). Implementation of a practice development model to reduce the wait for Autism Spectrum diagnosis in adults. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-018-3501-5

McKenzie, K., Murray, A.L., Murray, G.C., Maguire, A., Eisner, M., & Ribeaud, D. Validation of the English language version of the Violent Ideations Scale (VIS). (2018). Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Early view: https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260518757227

McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D. & Murray, G.C. (2018). A review of measures used in the screening, assessment and diagnosis of dementia in people with an intellectual disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Early view DOI: 10.1111/jar.12441

Murray, A.L., Booth, T., Auyeung, B., McKenzie, K., & Kuenssberg, R. (2017). Investigating sex bias in the AQ-10: A replication study, Assessment. Early view. https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191117733548

McKenzie, K., Murray, A.L., Wilkinson, A., Murray, G.C., Metcalfe, D., O’Donnell, M., & McCarty, K. (2017). The relations between processing style, autistic-like traits and emotion recognition in individuals with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Personality and Individual Differences. Early view doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2017.08.007

McKenzie, K., Moulam, M., & Murray, G.C. (2017). Practicing with a smile. Nursing in Practice. August Early view: doi: https://www.nursinginpractice.com/article/practising-smile

McKenzie, K., Mayer, C., Whelan, K., McNall, A., Noone, S., & Chaplin, J. (2017). The views of carers about support for their family member with an intellectual disability: with a focus on Positive Behavioural Approaches. Health & Social Care in the Community. Early view: doi: 10.1111/hsc.12475

Mayer, C. & McKenzie, K. (2017) ‘...it shows that there’s no limits’: the psychological impact of co-production for experts by experience working in youth mental health. Health and Social Care in the Community. Early view doi: 10.1111/hsc.12418

McKenzie, K. & Murray, G.C. (2016). Supporting people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Nursing in Practice. 93, Available at: http://www.nursinginpractice.com/article/supporting-people-autism-spectrum-disorder

McKenzie, K. & Murray, G.C. (2016). Supporting people with an intellectual disability. Nursing in Practice. 93, Available at: http://www.nursinginpractice.com/article/supporting-individuals-intellectual-disability

Winter, C. & McKenzie K. Teachers’ perceptions of female student aggression at an all-girls school. Journal of Adolescent Research. Early view doi: 10.1177/0743558416668408

McPaul, A., Walker, B., Law, J., & McKenzie, K. (2016). An exploratory study investigating how adults with intellectual disabilities perform on the Visual Association Test (VAT) Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Early view: DOI: 10.1111/jar.12273

Rutherford M., McKenzie K., Forsyth K., McCartney D., O’Hare A. and McClure I. (2016) Why are they waiting? Exploring professional perspectives and developing solutions to delayed diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in adults and children. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 31, 53-65.

Harvey, R., Murray, K.R., McKenzie, K., Crichton, F., Mellaby, E., & Henderson, D. (2016). An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Ward Simulation as an Educational Intervention for Improving the Ward Round Skills of Junior Doctors. British Journal of Hospital Medicine, 77(8), 481- 484.

Rutherford, M., McKenzie, K., McClure, I., Forsyth, K., O’Hare, A., & McCartney, D. (2016). A national study to investigate the clinical use of standardised instruments in autism spectrum disorder assessment of children and adults in Scotland. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Early view http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1750946716300551

Murray, K.R., McKenzie, K., & Kelleher, M. (2016) The evaluation of a framework for measuring the non-technical ward round skills of final year nursing students: an observational study. Nurse Education Today, 45, 87-90.

McKenzie, K., Rutherford, M., Forsyth, K., O’Hare, A., McClure, I., Murray, A.L., & Irvine, L. (2016). The relation between practice that is consistent with NICE guideline 142 recommendations and waiting times within Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnostic service. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 26, 10-15

Rutherford, M., McKenzie, K., Johnson, T., Catchpole, C., O’Hare, A., McClure, I., Forsyth, K., McCartney, D. & Murray, A.L. (2016). Gender ratio in a clinical population sample, age of diagnosis and duration of assessment in children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Autism. Early view, doi:10.1177/1362361315617879

Scotland, J., McKenzie, K., Cossar, J., Murray, A.L., & Michie, A. (2016). Recognition of facial expressions of emotion by adults with intellectual disability: is there evidence for the emotion specificity hypothesis? Research in Developmental Disabilities, 48, 69-78.

McKenzie, K., Forsyth, K., O’Hare, A., McClure, I., Rutherford, M., Murray, A.L., & Irvine, L.  (2015). Factors influencing waiting times for diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in adults and children. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 45-46, 300-306, doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2015.07.033

Murray, A. L., McKenzie, K., Kuenssberg, R. & Booth, T.(2015). Do the Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ) and Autism Spectrum Quotient Short Form (AQ-S) primarily reflect general ASD traits or specific ASD traits?: A bi-factor analysis. Assessment. Early view: doi:10.1177/1073191115611230

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2015) An evaluation of the WISC-IV eight-subtest short form as a screen for intellectual disability in children. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. Early view: DOI:10.3109/13668250.2015.1084611

McKenzie, K., Sharples, P., & Murray, A.L. (2015) Validating the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire against the WAIS IV. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 53(4), 301-307. Doi: 10.1352/1934-9556-53.4.3

McKenzie, K., Forsyth, K., O’Hare, A., McClure, I., Rutherford, M., Murray, A.L., & Irvine, L. (2015). The relationship between waiting times and ‘adherence’ to the SIGN 98 guideline in Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnostic services in Scotland. Autism. Early view. DOI: 10.1177/1362361315586136

Murray, A.L. Booth, T., McKenzie, K., Kuenssberg, R. (2015). What range of trait levels can the the Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ) measure reliably? An item response theory analysis. Psychological Assessment. Early view: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pas0000215

Scotland, J., Cossar, J., & McKenzie, K. (2015). The ability of adults with an intellectual disability to recognise facial expressions of emotion in comparison with typically developing individuals: a systematic review. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 41-42, 22-39, doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2015.05.007

Sullivan, F., Bowden, K., McKenzie, K., & Quayle, E. (2015) The Close Relationships of People with Intellectual Disabilities: A Qualitative  study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities Early view. 

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Murray, K.R., Richelieu, M. (2015). An analysis of the effectiveness of University counselling services. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Early view. DOI:10.1080/03069885.2015.1043621

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Murray, K.R., Richelieu, M. (2015). Do close supportive relationships moderate the effect of depressive symptoms on suicidal ideation? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Early View.

Bannon, S., McGlynn, T., McKenzie, K., & Quayle, E. (2015).The positive role of internet use for young people with additional support needs: Identity and connectedness. Computers in Human behaviour. Early view doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.11.099

Bannon, S., McGlynn, T., McKenzie, K., & Quayle, E. (2015). The internet and young people with Additional Support Needs (ASN): Risk and safety. Computers in Human Behaviour (early view): http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2014.12.057

McKenzie, K., Murray, K.R., Murray, A.L., & Richelieu, M. The effectiveness of university counselling for students with academic issues. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. Early view: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/capr.12034/abstract

Murray, A.L., Booth, T. & McKenzie, K. (2015) An analysis of differential item functioning by gender in the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire (LDSQ). Research in Developmental Disabilities, 39, 76-82.

McKenzie, K. & Murray, A.L. (2014). Evaluating the use of the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire (CAIDS-Q) to estimate IQ in children with low intellectual ability. Research in Developmental Disabilities. Early view doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2014.11.001

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Murray, K.R., Richelieu, M. (2014) Mokken scales for testing both pre and post intervention: An analysis of the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation- Outcome Measure (CORE-OM) before and after counselling. Psychological Assessment, Early view doi: 10.1037/pas0000015

Bates, H., McAfferty, A., Quayle, E. & McKenzie, K. (2014). Review: typically-developing students’ views and experiences of inclusive education. Disability and Rehabilitation. Early view, doi:10.3109/09638288.2014.993433

Murray, A.L. & McKenzie, K. (2014).The accuracy of the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire (LDSQ) in classifying severity of impairment: A brief report. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. DOI:10.3109/13668250.2014.936836

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Kuenssberg, R., & O’Donnell, M. (2014). Are we under-estimating the association between Autism symptoms?: The importance of considering simultaneous selection when using samples of individuals who meet diagnostic criteria for an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. DOI 10.1007/s10803-014-2154-2

McConachie, D.A.J., McKenzie, K., Morris, P.G. & Walley, B. (2014) Acceptance and Mindfulness-based Stress Management for support staff caring for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 35, 6, 1216–1227.

Murray, A.L. & McKenzie, K. (2014)  The accuracy of the  Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire (CAIDS-Q) in classifying severity of impairment: A brief report. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Early View, DOI: 10.1111/jir.12115

McKenzie, K., Murray, A.L., & Booth, T. (2013) Do urban environments increase the risk of anxiety, depression and psychosis? An epidemiological study. Journal of Affective Disorders. 150(3), 1019-1024. Author version here: Urban_rural_author_version

McKenzie, K. (2013). A comparison of the effectiveness of a game informed online learning activity and face to face teaching in increasing practice based knowledge about managing aggression. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 18(5), 917-27 DOI: 10.1007/s10459-012-9430-8. Author version here: assault_cycle_quandary_author_version

Murray, A.L.,, McKenzie, K., Booth, T., & Murray, G.C.  (2013) Estimating the level of functional ability of children identified as likely to have an intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 4009–4016. Author version available here: CAIDSQ_Mokken_Author_Version

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Murray, A.L. (2013). The Validity of the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire (CAIDS-Q) with children aged 6-7 years 11 months: A brief report. Psychiatry Research, 210(2), 75-677. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2013.06.014  Author version available here: CAIDSQ_under_8_Author_Version

Booth, T., Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., & Kuenssberg, R., O’Donnell, M., & Burnett, H. (2013). An Evaluation of the AQ-10 as a Brief Screening Instrument for ASD in Adults. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43(12), 2997-3000. DOI 10.1007/s10803-013-1844-5  Author version available here: AQ_Screening_Author_Version

Murray, A.L., Booth, T., McKenzie, K., Kuenssberg, R. & O’Donnell, M. (2013) Are Autistic Traits Measured Equivalently in Individuals With and Without An Autism Spectrum Disorder? An Invariance Analysis of the Autism Spectrum Quotient Short Form. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Early view: DOI 10.1007/s10803-013-1851-6 Author version available here: ASD_Invariance_Author_Version

McKenzie, K. & Murray G.C. (2013) Psychotherapy as entropy management.  Medical Hypotheses, 81(2), 156-158 doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2013.05.023 Author version available here: Pychotherapy_as_Entropy_Management_Author_Version

McKenzie, K. & Murray, A.L. (2013) The Convergent validity of the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire with a measure of adaptive functioning: A brief report. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.  Early View: DOI:10.3109/13668250.2013.854321

McKenzie, K., Murray, A.L., Murray, K.R., & Murray, G.C. (2013). Assessing the accuracy of the WISC-IV seven subtest short form and the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire in identifying intellectual disability in children. Child Neuropsychology: A Journal on Normal and Abnormal Development in Childhood and Adolescence. Early view: DOI:10.1080/09297049.2013.799642 Assessing the accuracy of the WISC_Authors’ version

Sullivan, F., Bowden, K., McKenzie, K., & Quayle, E. (2013) ‘Touching people in relationships’: A qualitative study of close relationships for people with an intellectual disability. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(23-24), 3456–3466. DOI: 10.1111/jocn.12375

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2013) To what extent does g impact on conceptual, practical and social adaptive functioning in clinically referred children? Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Early view: doi: 10.1111/jir.12092

McRitchie, R., McKenzie, K., Quayle, E., Harlin, M., & Neumann, K. (2013). How adults with an intellectual disability experience bereavement and grief: A qualitative exploration. Death Studies. Early view: doi: 10.1080/07481187.2012.738772. ID_grief_Author_Version

Murray, A.L. & McKenzie, K. (2013) Estimating the Severity of Intellectual Disability in Adults: A Mokken Scaling Analysis of the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire’. Psychological Assessment, 25(3), 1002-1006. doi: 10.1037/a0032369  Authors’ version available here: LDSQ_Mokken_Authors_copy

Wishart, J., McKenzie, K., Newman, E., & McKenzie, A. (2013).  Staff Responses to behaviour that challenges: The role of knowledge, attributions and emotion regulation style.  Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 38(3), 205-14. DOI: 10.3109/13668250.2013.787589

Murray, G.C. & McKenzie, K.  (2013) Towards a Functional Model of Mental Disorders incorporating the Laws of Thermodynamics. Medical Hypotheses, 80(5), 544-547 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2013.01.013 Author  version available here: Mental_Disorders_Thermodynamics_Author_Version

Murray, A.L., McKenzie, K., Newman, E. & Brown, E. (2013) Exercise identity as a risk factor for exercise dependence. The British Journal of Health Psychology, 18, 369-382. DOI:10.1111/j.2044-8287.2012.02091.x

Wilson, S., McKenzie, K., Quayle, E., & Murray, G.C. (2013) A systematic review of interventions to promote social support and parenting skills in parents with an intellectual disability. Child: Care, Health and Development. Early view doi: 10.1111/cch.12023

McKenzie, K. & Cossar, J. (2012) The involvement of clinical psychologists in Child Protection work Child Abuse Review, 22(5), 367–376 DOI: 10.1002/car.2205

Kuenssberg, R., Murray, A.L., Booth, T., & McKenzie, K. (2012) Validation of the Abridged Autism-Spectrum Quotient (AQ-S) in a Clinical Sample of People with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Autism. Early view: DOI:  doi:10.1177/1362361312467708 PDF available from SAGE

McKenzie, K., Cossar, J., Fawns, T., Murray, A.L., (2012) Reconciling the professional and student identities of clinical psychology trainees. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 18(4), 745-54DOI. DOI: 10.1007/s10459-012-9412-x Authors’ version available here: Professional_identity_Authors’ version

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Murray, G.C., Milanesi, P., & Murray, A.L . (2012). The evaluation of a screening tool for children with an intellectual disability: The Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Screening Questionnaire. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33, 1068-1075. Authors’ version available here: CAIDSQ_Author_Version

McKenzie, K., Michie, A., Murray, A.L. & Hales, C. (2012) Screening for offenders with an intellectual disability: the validity of the Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33, 791-795. Authors’ version available here: LDSQ_forensic_Authors_Version

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Michie, A., Murray, G.C., Murray, A.L. & Curtis, J. (2012) Screening with young offenders with an intellectual disability. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 23(5-6), 676-688. DOI: 10.1080/14789949.2012.7.33723 Authors’ version available here: CAIDSQ_young_offenders_Author_Version

Shewan, L., Crawley, R., McKenzie, K., & Quayle, E. (2012) A qualitative exploration of the identities of parents with a learning disability. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. Early view. DOI: 10.1111/bld.12005 Free copy of article available from journal website.

Wilson, S., McKenzie, K., Quayle, E., & Murray, G.C. (2012) The postnatal support needs of mothers with an intellectual disability. Midwifery, 29(6), 592-8. Authors’ version available here: Mother_ID_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Purcell, A., Smith, M. (2012) The reported expression of pain and distress by people with a learning disabilityJournal of Clinical Nursing, 22(13-14),1833–1842, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04269.x  Pain_People_with_ID_Authors’ version

McKenzie, K. & Megson, P. (2011) Screening for Intellectual Disability in Children: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 25(1), 80–87 DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3148.2011.00650.x Authors’ version available here: Screening_Tool_Review_Authors’_Version

Paterson, L., McKenzie, K., & Lindsay, W.R. (2011) Stigma, Social Comparison and Self-Esteem in Adults with an Intellectual Disability.  Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 25(2), 166–176 DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3148.2011.00651.x Authors’ version available here: Stigma_ID_Authors’_Version

Newman, E. & McKenzie, K. (2011) Research activity in British clinical psychology training staff: Do we lead by example?  Psychology Learning & Teaching. 10(3), 228-238. Authors’ version available here: Do_we_lead_by_example_Authors’_version

Watters, L., McKenzie, K., & Wright, R. (2011) The impact of staff training on the knowledge of support staff in relation to bereavement and people with an intellectual disability. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 40(3),194–200. doi:10.1111/j.1468-3156.2011.00693.x Authors’ version available here: bereavement_ID_Authors’_Version

Rae, H., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2011) Teaching staff knowledge, attributions and confidence in relation to working with children with an intellectual disability and challenging behaviour. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 39, 295-301, DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3156.2010.00667.x Authors’ version available here: Teaching_staff_ID_Authors’_Version

Brackenridge, R., McKenzie, K.,  & Murray, G.C. & Quigley, A. (2011). An examination of the effects of stimulant medication on response inhibition: A comparison between children with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2797-2804. Authors’ version available here: ADHD_medication_Authors’_Version

Rzpecka, H., McKenzie, K., McClure, I. & Murphy, S. (2011) Sleep, anxiety and challenging behaviour in children and young people with learning disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2758-2766 Authors’ version available at: Sleep_Anxiety_CB_Authors’_Version

Kuenssberg, R. & McKenzie, K. (2011) Confirmatory factor analysis of the Adult Asperger Assessment: The association of symptom domains within a clinical population. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2321-2329 Authors’ version available at: CFA_AAA_Authors’_Version

Kuenssberg, R., McKenzie, K., & Jones, J. (2011) The association between the social and communication elements of autism, and repetitive/restrictive behaviours and activities: A review of the literature. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2183-2192 Authors’ version available at:Review_ASD_Authors’_Version

Martin, E., McKenzie, K., Newman, E., Bowden, K. & Morris, P.G. (2011) Care staff intentions to support adults with an intellectual disability to engage in physical activity: An application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2535-2541 Authors’ version available at: TPB_ID_Physical_activity_Authors’_Version

MacLean, H., McKenzie, K., Kidd, G. & Murray, A.L. & Schwannauer, M. (2011). Measurement invariance in the assessment of people with an intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32(3), 1081-1085 Doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2011.01.022 Authors’ version available at: Measurement_Invariance_ID_Authors’_Version

Murray, A.L., Crawford, K., McKenzie, K., & Murray G.C (2011) How to develop patient trust in anorexia treatment. Nursing Times, 107, 3, early on-line publication. Copy of article available from Nursing Times Net

McKenzie, K. 92011). Providing services in the United Kingdom to people with an intellectual disability who present behaviour which challenges: A review of the literature. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 32 (2011) 395–403, DOI: 10.1016/j.ridd.2010.12.001 Author’s version available at: CB_Services_Review_Author’s_Version

McKenzie, K. & Fawns,T. (2011) Social networking, identity and professionalism in clinical psychology. Clinical Psychology Forum, 221, 46-49 Authors’ version available at: Clinical_psychology_social_networking_Authors’_version

Jenkins, C. M. & McKenzie, K. (2011), The Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Diet in Carers of People with an Intellectual Disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 24: 237–246. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-3148.2010.00594.x Authors’ version available at: TPB_Diet_Authors’_version

Rae, H., McKenzie, K. & Murray, G.C. (2011) The impact of training on teacher knowledge about children with an intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 15(1), 21-30. Authors’ Version available at: Training_teacher_knowledge_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Prior, S., & Stark, L.  (2010) An evaluation of a school counselling service with direct links to Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) Services. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 39 (1), 67-82 DOI: 10.1080/03069885.2010.531384 Authors’ version available at: Counselling_CAMH_Authors’_Version

Rae, H., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C.  (2010) Health care workers’ knowledge of current child protection legislation and child discipline practices. Child Abuse Review, 19(4), 259-272. Authors’ Version available at: Health_Care_Workers_Knowledge_Punishment_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K. & Patterson, M. (2010). Evaluating an Assertive Outreach Team: implications for challenging behaviour. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38(4), 319-327 DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3156.2010.00612.x Authors’ version available at: Evaluating_an_assertive_outreach_team_Authors’_Version

Rae, H., McKenzie, K. & Murray, G. (2010) Teacher’ attitudes to mainstream schooling. Learning Disability Practice, 13(10), 12-17.

Davidson, L. & McKenzie, K. (2010) An examination of the factors that hinder the care planning process for very young children n Scotland. Adoption and Fostering, 34(1) 33-39. Care_planning_process_Authors_version

McKenzie, K., Davidson, L. & Wade, R. (2010) The young parents’ group: supporting vulnerable parents.  British Journal of Midwifery, 18(9), 594-597.

McKenzie, K., O’Shea, C., McLeod, H & Begg, M. (2008) An evaluation of the effectiveness of online clinical ‘Quandaries’ in increasing trainee clinical psychologists’ knowledge. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 8(2) 7-24(18). Authors’ version available here: Clinical_Quandary_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Sharp, K., Paxton, D.  & Murray, G.C.  (2002). The impact of training and staff attributions on staff practice in learning disability services.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 6(3), 239-251. Authors’ version available at: Training_Staff_Attributions_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Harte, C., Patrick, S., Matheson, E. & Murray, G.C. (2002) The assessment of behavioural decline in adults with Down Syndrome.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 6(2), 175-184. Authors’ version available at: Behavioural_Decline_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Harte, C., Sinclair, E., Matheson, E., Patrick, S.  & Murray, G.C. (2002).  An examination of the validity of the Severe Impairment Battery as a measure of cognitive decline in clients with Down Syndrome.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 6(1), 89-96 Authors’ version available here: SIB_cognitive_decline_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., McKaskie, K., Patrick, S., Murray, G.C., Paxton, D. & Michie, A.R. (2001)Health and social care staff responses to working with people with a learning disability who display sexual offending type behaviours. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 7(1), 56-66. Authors’ version available here: working with sex offenders_authors’_version

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., Paxton, D., Murray, G.C. & McKaskie, K. (2001)  Health and social care workers’ knowledge and application of the concept of duty of care.  Journal of Adult Protection, 3(4),29-37.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Quigley, A. & Elliot, G.   (2001).  Staff knowledge about symptoms of mental health  in people with a learning disability.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 5(3), 235-244.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Quigley, A., Matheson, E., Lindsay, W.R., & Michie, A.R. (2001).  A comparison  of neuropsychological profiles of adult male sex offenders and non offenders with a learning disability.  Journal of Sexual Aggression,  7(2), 57-64.

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., McKaskie, K., Hamilton, L. & Murray, G.C. (2000)  The impact of group training on emotion recognition in individuals with a learning disabilityBritish Journal of Learning Disabilities, 28, 1-6.

Gillespie, N.K. & McKenzie, K. (2000)  An examination of the role of neuropsychological deficits in mentally disordered offendersJournal of Sexual Aggression, 5 (1), 21-29.

Murray, G.C., Sharp, K.M., Quigley, A., & McKenzie, K. (2000) An evaluation of a primary care psychological therapies clinic.  Scottish Medical Journal, 45, 174-176.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., & Quigley, A. (2000)  An examination of the knowledge and understanding of health and social care staff about the grieving process in individuals with a learning disability .  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 4(1); 77-90.

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., Patrick, S., Paxton, D. & Murray, G.C. (2000) An evaluation of the impact of a one day training course on the knowledge of health, day care and social care staff working in learning disability services.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 4(2), 153-156.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C. & Matheson, E. (1999) An examination of the importance of aspects of learning disability servicesBritish Journal of Learning Disabilities,  27(1); 25-29.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Higgon, J. & Matheson, E (1999) Knowledge of learning disability: the relationship with choice, duty of care and non-aversive approaches.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, 3(1); 27-33. Authors’ version available here: Choice_duty of care_Authors’_Version

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Quigley, A. & Sinclair, B. (1999)  The relationship between training and the experience of aggression in the work-place in social care staff working in learning disability services.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, 3(4), 214-218.

Murray, G.C.,  Sinclair, B., Kidd, G.R., Quigley, A. & McKenzie, K., (1999) The relationship between staff sickness levels and client assault levels in a health service unit for people with a learning disability and severely challenging behaviour.  Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities,  12(3);  263-268.

McKenzie, K., McIntyre, S.,  Matheson, E. & Murray, G.C. (1999) Health and social care workers’ understanding of the meaning and management of challenging behaviour in learning disability services.   Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health And Social Care,  3(2); 98-105. Authors’ version available here: Meaning_Management_CB_Authors’_Version

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Quigley, A. & Sinclair, B. (1999)  Gender differences in assault levels in a health service unit for people with a learning disability and severely challenging behaviour.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, 3(3),144-147

McKenzie, K., Chisolm, D. & Miller, L (1997) Up the Slippery Slope:  Group work with sex offenders with a learning disability. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 3(1); 35-52.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., McKenzie, S. & Muir, J.  (1998) A prospective, longitudinal study of functional decline in individuals with Down Syndrome.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, 2(2) 98-104.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Kidd, G.R., Lakhani, S. & Sinclair, B. (1998)  The five accomplishments: a framework for obtaining customer feedback in a health service community learning disability teamBritish Journal of Learning Disabilities, 26, 94-99. Authors’ version available here: The_five_accomplishments_Authors’_version

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., & Kidd, G.R. (1998)  Tuberous sclerosis and behavioural disorders: A review of the literature.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care, 2(4), 184-189.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Kidd, G.R., & Quigley, A. (1999)  Knowledge of the features and needs of people with autism: a comparison of health and social care staff.  Journal of Learning Disabilities for Nursing, Health and Social Care,  3(2); 74-80.

Cullen, C., Whoriskey, M., McKenzie, K., Mitchell, W., Ralston, K., Shreeve, S. & Stanley, A. (1995)  The effects of deinstitutionalisation on adults with learning disabilities.  Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 39(6), 484-494.

Lindsay, W.R., Michie, A.M., Baty, F.J., & McKenzie, K. (1988)  Dog phobia in people with mental handicaps: anxiety management training and exposure treatments.  Mental Handicap Research, 1(1), 39-48.

Peer reviewed practice based articles

McKenzie, K. Nurses’ intentions to give life style support. Nursing Times, 110(26), 20-22

McKenzie, K. Identifying parents with learning disabilities. Nursing Times, 110 (22), 21-23.

McKenzie, K. (2012) Searching for a Diagnosis. Learning Disability Today. Oct/Nov, 13-15. Copy of article available from Learning Disability Today website.

Fawns, T. & McKenzie, K. (2010) How to ensure e-portfolios are a valuable resource to students’ learning. Nursing Times, 106: 30, Copy of article available at Nursing Times Net website

McKenzie, K., Davidson, L., & Wade, R. (2010) Promoting Social Support for Parents with a Learning Disability. Learning Disability Practice, 13(4), 30-33.

Fawns, T. & McKenzie, K. (2009) Facilitating online discussion, tutoring and moderating skills in clinical psychology lecturers. Clinical Psychology Forum, 198, 25-29. Authors’ version available here: Facilitating_online_discussion_Authors’_version

McKenzie, K., Broad, R., McLean, H., Wilson, S., Megson, P., & Miller, S. (2009) Evaluating a community-based  project for supporting clients with challenging behaviour. Learning Disability Practice, 12 (4) 27- 32. Link to open access copy on publisher’s website

Williams, T., McKenzie, K., & McKenzie, A. (2009) Training care staff about the concept of Learning Disability. Learning Disability Practice, 12(5), 34-37.

McKenzie, K., Megson, P. & Paxton, D. (2008) The development of a Child Learning Disability Screening Questionnaire. Learning Disability Practice, 11(5), 18-22.

Paxton, D., McKenzie, K., & Murray, G.C.  (2008) Putting screening tools to the test.  Learning Disability Practice, 11(8), 14-18. Link to open access copy on publisher’s website

McKenzie, K. (2008) Using online technology to facilitate Learning Disability teaching. Learning Disability Practice, 11(6), 30-35

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., & Rae, H. (2007) Changes made to the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – Third Edition by Psychologists working in Child Services. Clinical Psychology Forum, 178, 25-28. Authors’ version available at: Changes_to_WISC_Authors’_Version

Howie-Davis, R. & McKenzie, K. (2007) Diagnosis, information and stress in parents of children with a learning disability.  Learning Disability Practice, 10(8), 28- 33.

McKenzie, K. (2007) Digital Divides and people with a intellectual disability: The implications for social inclusion. Learning Disability Practice, 10(6), 16-21.

McKenzie, K. & O’Shea, C. (2007) The Use of Online Clinical ‘Quandaries’ in Professional Training. Learning Disability Practice, 10(7), 16-21. Link to open access copy on publisher’s website.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Brackenridge, B. & Glen, S. (2006) General Practitioner knowledge about psychological approaches to ADHD. Clinical Psychology Forum, 158, 13-16

McKenzie, K. & Paxton, D. (2006). Promoting access to services: the development of a new screening tool. Learning Disability Practice, 9(6), 17-21. Link to open access copy on publisher’s website.

Loads, D., Brown, M., McKenzie, K., & Powell, H. (2006) Developing mentorship through collaboration. Learning Disability Practice, 9(3), 16-18. Link to open access copy on publisher’s website

McKenzie, K., Kwaitek, E., Loads, D., MacGregor, L., & Powell, H. (2006) Encouraging learning disability nursing research. Learning Disability Practice, 9(5), 10-14.

McKenzie, K., Rae, H., MacLean, H., Megson, P., & Wilson, S. (2006) Difficulties faced by social care staff when managing challenging behaviour. Learning Disability Practice, 9(2), 28-32.

Brackenridge, R. & McKenzie, K. (2005) The friendships of people with a learning disability. Learning Disability Practice, 8(5), 12-17.

Thomson, R. & McKenzie, K. (2005) What people with a learning disability understand and feel about having a learning disability. Learning Disability Practice, 8(6), 28-32.

McKenzie, K., MacLean, H., Megson, P., & Reid, K. (2005) Behaviours that challenge. Learning Disability Practice, 8 (9), 16-19.

Turnbull, C., Wilkie, F., McKenzie, K,. & Powell, H. (2005) Health Promotion: How to spread the word. Learning Disability Practice, 8(7), 16-19.

McKenzie, K., MacDonald, K., & Wilson, S. (2005) Attracting psychologists to learning disability services: starting with assistants. Clinical Psychology Forum, 156, 25-28. Authors’ version available here: Attracting psychologists to learning disability services_Authors’_version

Powell, H., Murray G.C., & McKenzie, K.  (2004).  Staff perceptions of community learning disability nurses’ role.  Nursing Times, 100(19), 40-42. Copy of article available at Nursing Times Net.

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Loads, D., Kwaitek, E., McGregor, L. & Sharp, K. (2004) The impact of nurse education on staff attributions in relation to challenging behaviour.  Learning Disability Practice, 7(5), 16-20.

McKenzie, K. & Powell, H. (2004) Health Screening. Learning Disability Practice, 7(10), 34-38.

McKenzie, K., Powell, H., & McGregor, L. (2004) The impact of control and restraint training on nursing students. Learning Disability Practice, 7(9), 34-37.

Kwaitek, E. & McKenzie, K. (2004) Self Awareness and reflection as a means to explore the therapeutic use of self. Learning Disability Practice, 8(3), 27-31. Author version available  here: self-awareness and reflection_author_copy

McKenzie, K. & Paxton, D. (2004) Developing a multi-agency core training programme for staff working in learning disability services.  Learning Disability Practice, 7(1), 14-17.

Paxton, D., McKenzie, K., Loads, D., Kwaitek, E., & McGregor, L. (2004). The views of trainee clinical psychologists and student nurses about the involvement of clients with a learning disability in their training.  Clinical Psychology, 42, 24-27. Authors’ version available at: Involvement_Clients_LD_training_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., & Wright, J. (2004) Adaptations and accommodations: The use of the WAIS III with people with a Learning Disability. Clinical Psychology, 43, 23-26. adaptations_accommodations_authors_version

Powell, H., McKenzie, K., Sinclair, B. & Murray, G.C. (2003). The challenge of achieving enduring change.  Learning Disability Practice, 6(6), 8-11.

Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., & Lindsay, W.R.  (2003). A pilot study of the use of the WAIS III in learning disability services.  Clinical Psychology, 28, 17-21. Authors’ version available here: pilot_WAISIII_LD_services_Authors’_version

McKenzie, K., Chalmers, E., Paxton, D., & Murray, G.C.  (2003) Hitting the spot:  the impact of staff awareness of the assault cycle on staff working in learning disability services.  Learning Disability Practice, 6(3), 15-19.

Kwiatek, E. & McKenzie, K.  (2002). Twice the professional.  Learning Disability Practice, 5(10), 8-11.

McKenzie, K. , Hamilton, L. , McIntyre, S. & Murray, G.C.  (2002) Complaints and ConfidentialityLearning Disability Practice, 5(4), 9-13

McKenzie, K. & Murray G.C. (2002) The role of intellectual assessment in learning disability services.  Learning Disability Practice, 5(1), 32-38.

Dickson, K., Paxton, D. & McKenzie, K.  (2002)  Moving on.  Learning Disability Practice, 5(2), 11-13.

McKenzie, K., Baxter, S., Paxton, D., & Murray, G.C.  (2002).  Picking up the signs:  carer knowledge about Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease.  Learning Disability Practice, 5(3), 16-19.

Sharp, K., Murray, G.C., & McKenzie, K.  (2002).  Stressbusters.  Learning Disability Practice, 5(6), 12-16.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., & Chisolm, D. (2001) Working with sex offenders with a learning disability Inscape, 5(2), 62-69.

Shannon, H., Gillespie, N. & McKenzie, K., & Murray G.C.  (2001).  An evaluation of the impact of waiting list initiatives on clinical psychology referral rates and waiting times.  Clinical Psychology, 5, 19-22.

Sharp, K., Murray, G.C., McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., Quigley, A.,  & Patrick, S.  (2001). A matter of timeLearning Disability Practice, 3(6), 10-13.

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D. & Murray, G.C. (2001) An evaluation of community learning disability services for children with a learning disabilityHealth Bulletin, 59(2), 91-96.

Murray, G.C., Sinclair, B., Powell, H., Simpson, N., & McKenzie, K.  (2001). A change for the better.  Learning Disability Practice,  3(5), 12-15.

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., McKaskie, K., Hamilton, L. & Murray, G.C. (2001)  A picture of Happiness:  Emotion recognition in individuals with a learning disability.  Learning Disability Practice, 4(1), 26-29

Paxton, D., McKenzie, K., & Dickson, K.  (2001). The screen test.  Learning Disability Practice, 4(2), 8-11.

McKenzie, K., Simpson, F., Matheson, E. , Murray, G.C. & Paxton, D. (2000)  Challenging experiences.  Learning Disability Practice, 2(3), 8-11

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., & Murray, G.C. (2000) The role of clinical psychology in responding to challenging behaviour in people with a learning disability.  Clinical Psychology Forum, 136, 8-13.

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., McKaskie, K., Patrick, S., & Murray, G.C. (2000)  A little knowledge.   Learning Disability Practice, 3(3), 13-15

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Matheson, E., & McCaskie, K. (2000) Misconceptions about learning disability: a comparison of general practitioners and staff working in learning disability services.  Scottish Medicine, 18(3), 4-5.

Paxton, D. & McKenzie, K. (2000) Building for the future.  Learning Disability Practice, 3 (1), 9-11.

McKenzie, K., Hamilton, L. Matheson, E., McKaskie, K., & Murray, G.C. (2000)  An emotional Challenge.  Learning Disability Practice, 2(4), 20-23.

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Matheson, E., Patrick, S., Hamilton, L., & Murray, G.C.  (2000).  Pathways to Success.  Learning Disability Practice,  3(1),  16-19.

McKenzie, K, Paxton, D., Murray, G.C., & Matheson, E.  (2000)  Professional composition of community learning disability teams: implications for service provision.  Health Bulletin, 58(3), 192-197.

McKenzie, K., Matheson, E., McKenzie, S., Donald, S.M., & Shannon, H. (2000)  An examination of the role of clinical psychology in meeting the needs of young disabled clients and their families/carers.  Health Bulletin, 59(5), 363-370.

McKenzie, K., White, D., Paxton, D., & Murray, G.C. (1999) Quality here, there and everywhere: the application of a multi-dimensional learning tool to learning disability health services.  Health Bulletin, 57(2); 134-140. Authors’ version available at: QHTE_Authors’_Version

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C. & Matheson, E. (1999) Learning disability services- a survey of general practitioners opinion.  Scottish Medicine,  17(5); 4-6.

McKenzie, K., Murray, G.C., Higgon, J., & Matheson, E. (1999) What is a learning disability? Do people need to be reminded.  Learning Disability Practice,  2(1); 8-11.

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Matheson, E., & Murray, G.C. (1999) An examination of the pattern of challenging behaviour referrals to a community learning disability nursing service.  Health Bulletin,  57(4); 262-266.

McKenzie, K., Paxton, D., Rodgers, F., Crawford, F., Cadden, L., & Murray, G.C. (1999)  The Scan Scot initiative.  Learning Disability Practice,  2(2); 8-11.

McKenzie, K. & Hamilton, L. (1999)  Moving on: Life stories. Speech and Language Therapy In Practice, Winter,  4-7

Murray, G.C. & McKenzie, K.  (1999)  An analysis of professional activity in a community learning disability team.  Clinical Psychology Forum,  126; 21-23.

Murray, G.C. & McKenzie, K.  (1999)  What a difference a day makes: A cautionary tale in the use of the WAIS-R in defining mental impairment.  Clinical Psychology Forum, 130; 27-28.

Murray, G.C. & McKenzie, K. (1998) Sex differences and promotion prospects in clinical psychology in Scotland. Clinical Psychology Forum,  115, 25-29. Authors’ version available here: gender_promotion_prospects

Reports and Book Chapters

McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D., Whelan, K., McNall, A., Branch, A., Barron, E., Parkins, C. (2017). Development of a Local Workforce Market for people with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism. Health Education England.

McKenzie, K., Metcalfe, D., & Michie, A. (2017). Proactive screening, reactive assessment and service provision for people with an intellectual disability who have or at risk of developing dementia across Scotland: A scoping exercise. NHS Lothian/Northumbria University

Metcalfe, D., McKenzie, K., & Michie, A. (2017). An overview of tools used in the screening, assessment and diagnosis of dementia in people with an intellectual disability. NHS Lothian/Northumbria University

McNall, A., McKenzie, K. & Branch, A. (2016). Scoping the workforce development needs of health and social care providers delivering Positive Behavioural Support for those with learning disabilities across the North East and Cumbria

Autism Achieve Alliance (2014). Autism Spectrum Disorders: Waiting for Assessment. Edinburgh. Autism Achieve Alliance

 

McKenzie, K., Wilson, S. & Shewan, L. ‘Rights of individuals with disability to parenthood’ in Rubin, I.L., Merrick, J., Greydanus, D.E. & Patel, D.R. (eds) Health Care for people with  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities across the lifespan

Mckenzie, K., Rzpecka, H., & McClure, I. ‘Sleep disorders’ in Matson, J. (ed.) Comorbid Conditions Among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

McKenzie, K.   (2001).  Staff training .  In Ahmed, Z., Allen, D., Deb, S., Hamilton-Kirkwood, L., Fraser, B., Lindsay, B., McKenzie, K., Penny, L. & Scotland, J.  Health Evidence Bulletin Wales:  Learning Disabilities (Intellectual Disability).  Cardiff:  National Assembly for Wales.

McKenzie, K.  (2010) ‘Friendships and People with a learning Disability’ in Pat Talbot, Geoff Astbury & Tom Mason (eds.) Key Concepts in Learning Disability.

Quayle, E., Hutton, L., & McKenzie, K. (2012)  Research results across different groups of young people. In Kolpakova, O. (Ed) Online behaviour related to child sexual abuse: Focus groups’ findings. Council of the Baltic Sea States, Stockholm: ROBERT project.

Quayle, E., Hutton, L., McKenzie, K., Loof,L., Ainsaar, M., Soo, K., Bannon, S., Allegro, S., Kolpakova, O (2012) Conclusion in Kolpakova, O. (Ed) (2012). Online behaviour related to child sexual abuse: Focus groups’ findings. Council of the Baltic Sea States, Stockholm: ROBERT project