Children of the Troubles: The Impact of Political Violence in Northern Ireland (Orla T. Muldoon).
The Social Cost of the Conflict.
Young Men as Victims and Perpetrators of Violence in Northern Ireland: A Qualitative Analysis (Jacqueline Reilly, Orla T. Muldoon, and Clare Byrne).
Secular Trends in Substance Use: The Conflict and Young People in Northern Ireland (Kathryn Higgins, Andrew Percy, and Patrick Mc Crystal).
The Role of Identity in the Northern Irish Conflict.
Children and Socio–Cultural Divisions in Northern Ireland (Karen Trew).
Identity Change in Northern Ireland: A Longitudinal Study of Students Transition to University (Clare Cassidy and Karen Trew).
Peace and Progress? Political and Social Change Among Young Loyalists in Northern Ireland (James W. McAuley).
Everyday Social and Psychological Effects of the Conflict.
Teachers and Pupils Educational Experiences and School–Based Responses to the Conflict in Northern Ireland (Rosemary Kilpatrick and Ruth Leitch).
The Development of Intergroup Forgiveness in Northern Ireland (Frances McLernon, Ed Cairns, Miles Hewstone, and Ron Smith).
Young People and Political Involvement in Northern Ireland (Jean Whyte and Ian Schermbrucker).
After the War Comes Peace? An Examination of the Impact of the Northern Ireland Conflict on Young People (Tony Gallagher).
2003 SPSSI Presidential Address.
Introduction for Louis A. Penner s SPSSI Presidential Address (Geoffrey Maruyama).
Volunteerism and Social Problems: Making Things Better or Worse? (Louis A. Penner)