David Leach
David Leach
Associate Professor, School of Psychology, Murdoch University
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
The Murdoch early intervention program after 2 years
JS Birnbrauer, DJ Leach
Behaviour change 10 (2), 63-74, 1993
4271993
The additional effects of process and outcome feedback following brief in‐service teacher training
DJ Leach, H Conto
Educational Psychology 19 (4), 441-462, 1999
771999
Parental involvement in the teaching of reading: A comparison of hearing reading, paired reading, pause, prompt, praise, and direct instruction methods
DJ Leach, SW Siddall
British Journal of Educational Psychology 60 (3), 349-355, 1990
771990
Learning and Behaviour Difficulties in School: By DJ Leach and EC Raybould
DJ Leach, EC Raybould
Open Books, 1977
691977
Classroom and playground interaction of students with and without disabilities
C Roberts, C Pratt, D Leach
Exceptional Children 57 (3), 212-224, 1990
651990
A model of teacher stress and its implications for management
DJ Leach
Journal of Educational Administration, 1984
481984
Relative efficacy of using behavioral consultation as an approach to teacher stress management
MR Tunnecliffe, DJ Leach, LP Tunnecliffe
Journal of School Psychology 24 (2), 123-131, 1986
451986
Helping teachers increase student academic engagement rate: The evaluation of a minimal feedback procedure
DJ Leach, NK Dolan
Behavior Modification 9 (1), 55-71, 1985
331985
Some ‘spill‐over’effects of a home‐based reinforcement programme in a secondary school
DJ Leach, MK Byrne
Educational Psychology 6 (3), 265-276, 1986
281986
The effects of sending positive and negative letters to parents on the classroom behaviour of secondary school students
DJ Leach, R Tan
Educational psychology 16 (2), 141-154, 1996
241996
Direct or indirect instruction?: An evaluation of three types of intervention programme for assisting students with specific reading difficulties
DE Somerville, DJ Leach
Educational Research 30 (1), 46-53, 1988
241988
Experimental evaluation of behavioral activation treatment of anxiety (BATA) in three older adults.
JS Turner, DJ Leach
International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy 6 (4), 373, 2010
202010
TEACHERS’PERCEPTIONS AND ‘PROBLEM’PUPILS
D Leach
Educational Review 29 (3), 188-203, 1977
201977
Comparative study of children and adolescents referred for eating disorder treatment at a specialist tertiary setting
T Walker, HJ Watson, DJ Leach, J McCormack, K Tobias, MJ Hamilton, ...
International Journal of Eating Disorders 47 (1), 47-53, 2014
182014
The effects of information and feedback on teachers’ classroom behaviour and students’ academic engaged time
DJ Leach, KL Ingram
Educational Psychology 9 (3), 167-184, 1989
171989
Teachers' perceptions of the work of psychologists in schools
DJ Leach
Australian Psychologist 24 (3), 357-376, 1989
161989
The relative influence of time variables on primary mathematics achievement
DJ Leach, MR Tunnecliffe
Australian Journal of Education 28 (2), 126-131, 1984
151984
Brief behavioural activation treatment of chronic anxiety in an older adult
JS Turner, DJ Leach
Behaviour Change 26 (3), 214-222, 2009
132009
Parent–child concordance in reporting of child eating disorder pathology as assessed by the eating disorder examination
P Mariano, HJ Watson, DJ Leach, J McCormack, DA Forbes
International Journal of Eating Disorders 46 (6), 617-625, 2013
122013
Considerations in screening for school learning difficulties: An overview of practice
DJ Leach
Educational Studies 6 (3), 181-197, 1980
121980
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