MACAULAY, P.J.R., Betts, L.R., Stiller, J., Kellezi, B., (Under review). ‘The more public it is, the more severe it is’: Teachers’ perspectives on the roles of publicity and severity in cyberbullying. Research Papers in Education
MACAULAY, P. J.R., Boulton, M.J., Betts, L.R., Boulton, L., Camerone, E., Huges, J., Kirkbride, C., Kirkham, R (Under review). Subjective versus objective knowledge of online safety/dangers as predictors of children's perceived online safety and attitudes towards e-safety education. Journal of Children and Media
MACAULAY, P.J.R., Betts, L.R., Stiller, J., Kellezi, B., (2019). “It’s so fluid, it’s developing all the time”: Pre-service teachers’ perceptions and understanding of cyberbullying in the school environment. Educational Studies. 1-17
MACAULAY, P. J.R., Boulton, M. J., & Betts, L. R. (2019). Comparing early adolescents’ positive bystander responses to cyberbullying and traditional bullying: the impact of severity and gender. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science, 4(3), 253-261.
MACAULAY, P.J.R., Betts, L. R., Stiller, J., & Kellezi, B. (2018). Perceptions and responses towards cyberbullying: a systematic review of teachers in the education system. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 43, 1-12.
Boulton, M. J., Boulton, L., Camerone, E., Hughes, J., Kirkbride, C., MACAULAY, P.J.R., & Sanders, J. (2016). Enhancing primary school children's knowledge of online safety and risks with the CATZ Cooperative Cross-Age Teaching Intervention: results from a pilot study. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 19(10), 609-614. IF: 2.689
Oonagh, S.L., MACAULAY, P.J.R., Betts, L.R., (In Press). Understanding Child and Adolescent Cyberbullying. In Wright, M., Schiamberg. L., eds., Child and Adolescent Exposure to Online Risks
MACAULAY, P.J.R., Oonagh, S.L., Betts, L.R., (In Press). Factors leading to cyber victimisation. In Benson, V., McAlaney, J., eds., Emerging Cyber Threats and Cognitive Vulnerabilities. 1st ed. Elsevier.
Buglass, S., Harkin, L., MACAULAY, P.J.R., Vinter, L.P, Daly, R., (2019). How psychology became a science. In: Banyard, P., Dillon, G., Norman, C., Winder, B., eds., Essential psychology. 3rd ed.