University staff profile

Dr Carl Walker

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Applied Social Science
Falmer
Brighton
BN1 9PH

Telephone: +441273643475

Email: C.J.Walker@brighton.ac.uk

Research interests

  • Mental health
  • Social inequality and mental distress
  • Cultural representations of mental health
  • Body image and disfigurement
  • Critical psychology
  • Informal therapeutic spaces and settings

Teaching

  • Research methodology and analysis
  • Psychology and mental health
  • Applied psychology
  • Critical community psychology

Current projects

  • Exploring informal therapeutic spaces for mental distress
  • Using participatory video and visual methods to explore informal therapeutic spaces
  • Exploring peer support for the parents of young people diagnosed with mental health difficulties
  • Multiagency work on building community and voluntary sector capacity regarding data and evaluation practice
  • Exploring the use of a citizen's health survey to address a potential deficit in public accountability regarding local health commissioning practices

Profile

Carl gained his PhD in Health Psychology at London Metropolitan University. Previously he graduated in Biology from Royal Holloway College, University of London in 1996 before going on to complete a Post-graduate Diploma in Psychology at London Metropolitan University. Carl was a senior research fellow in the Department of Mental Health Sciences, UCL, before coming to the University of Brighton.

At UCL Carl coordinated an EU-funded research project aimed at developing an understanding of the factors related to the onset and maintenance of depression in primary care.

Carl's current interest is in exploring the structural and economic elements that relate to concepts of mental illness and distress and use community initiatives to work toward addressing mental health needs.

Publications

Books

Walker, C, Hanna, P, Hart, A. (due 2015). Democratising distress: Reforming approaches to suffering through community mental health. Palgrave MacMillan (In press)

Degirmencioglu, SM, Walker, C (eds). (2015). Social and Psychological Dimensions of Personal Debt and the Debt Industry. Palgrave Macmillan.

Walker, C, Johnson, K, & Cunningham, L. (eds.) (2012). Community psychology and the economics of mental health: Global perspectives. Palgrave MacMillan.

Walker, C, & Fincham, B. (2011). On the sick: Work and the mental health crisis in Britain. Wiley-Blackwell.

Walker, C. (2007). Depression and Globalisation: The politics of mental health in the 21st century. Springer.

Walker, C., and Papadopoulos, L. (2005). Psychodermatology. Cambridge University Press.

Papadopoulos, L., and Walker, C. (2003). Understanding Skin Problems. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Recent Publications

Cameron, J, Hart, A, Sadlo, G, Walker, C. (2015). Occupational capital and iatrogenic effects of sick leave – two concepts to inform return-to-work support for workers with mental health problems. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, (in press).

Walker, C, Hannah, P, Cunningham, L, Ambrose, P. (2015). Parasitic encounters in debt: The UK mainstream credit industry. Theory and Psychology, 25(2), 239-256

Klein, O. Walker, C. (2015). Problematising responses to the expertise of parents of children with special needs: the disability living allowance form. In Newnes, C (ed) Children in society- politics, policies and interventions, Palgrave, UK.

Walker, C, Hanna, P, Hart, A. (2015). Psychology without psychologists: Exploring an unemployed centre families project as a mental health resource. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, DOI 10.1002/casp.2226

Walker, C, Hannah, P, Cunningham, L, Ambrose, P. (2014). ‘A kind of mental warfare’: An economy of affect in the UK debt collection industry. The Australian Journal of Community psychology, 26(2), 54.

Walker, C, Burton, M, Akhurst, J, Değirmencioğlu, S. (2014). Locked into the system: a critical community psychology account of personal debt in the context of crises of capital accumulation. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, Article first published online: 28 AUG 2014 DOI: 10.1002/casp.2209

Walker, C & Klein, O. (2013). A critical reappraisal of the mental distress experienced by the parents of children with special needs: a social and economic crises. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, December.

Walker, C. (2013). Commentary on ‘Community psychologists advocating for action on poverty and social inclusion’ by Emma Sampson, Heather Gridley and Colleen Turner. The Australian Community Psychologist. 25(1), 32-33.

Walker, C. (2013). Manufacturing the right way to be in debt: Can psychologists explore the UK debt industry? Australian Journal of Community Psychology 25(1), 49-59.

Journal articles

Walker, C, Hannah, P, Cunningham, L, Ambrose, P. (2013). ‘A kind of mental warfare’: An economy of affect in the UK debt collection industry. Economy and Society. (under review).

Walker, C, Hannah, P, Cunningham, L, Ambrose, P. (2013). Parasitic encounters in debt: The UK mainstream credit industry. Critical Public Health (Under review).

Walker, C & Klein, O. (2013). A critical reappraisal of the mental distress experienced by the parents of children with special needs: a social and economic crises. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, (Under review).

Walker, C & Klein, O. (2013). Problematising responses to the expertise of parents of children with special needs: the disability living allowance form. Critical Public Health (Under review).

Walker, C, Hanna, P (2013). Resisting the Neoliberal worker-citizen: An Unemployed Family Centre Project as a means through which to challenge problematic workfare discourse. International Journal of Health Services (under review).

Walker, C, Hanna, P, Hart, A. (2013). Psychology without psychologists: Exploring an unemployed centre families project as a mental health resource. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, (Under review).

Walker, C, Burton, M, Akhurst, J, Degirmencioglu , S. (2013). Locked into the system: a critical community psychology account of personal debt in the context of crises of capital accumulation. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, (In Press).

Coimbra, J, Duckett, P, Fryer, D, Makkawi, I, Menezes, I, Mountian, I, Seedat, M, Walker, C. (2012). The Craft of Making Politics by Other Means: International Manifestations of Community Critical Psychology. The Australian Community Psychologist, 24(2), 135-142.

Walker, C. (2013). Commentary on ‘Community psychologists advocating for action on poverty and social inclusion’ by Emma Sampson, Heather Gridley and Colleen Turner. The Australian Community Psychologist. 25(1), 32-33.

Walker, C. (2013). Manufacturing the right way to be in debt: Can psychologists explore the UK debt industry? Australian Journal of Community Psychology 25(1), 49-59.

Cameron, J, & Walker, C, Hart, A, Sadlo, G, Haslam, I, Retain Support Group. (2012). An evaluation of a job retention programme for employees experiencing mental health difficulties. Work, 42(4):461-71.

Nazareth, I and Walker, C and Ridolfi, A and Aluoja, A and Bellon, J and Geerlings, M and Svab, I and Xavier, M and King, M (2011) Heavy Episodic Drinking in Europe: A Cross Section Study in Primary Care in Six European Countries. Alcohol Alcoholism, 46 (5) 600 - 606. 10.1093/alcalc/agr078.

Walker, C. (2012) Neoliberal ideology and personal debt in the UK. In Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: International perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Walker, C. (2012). Personal debt and cognitive delinquency: Neoliberal constructions of financial inadequacy in the UK. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 22, 533-538

Adams, M., Walker, C. and O'Connell, P. (2011). Invisible or involved fathers? a content analysis of representations of parenting in young children's picturebooks. Sex Roles, 65 (3-4). pp. 259-270. ISSN DOI: 10.1007/s11199-011-0011-8

Walker, C. (2011). Personal debt in the UK: The new welfare. International Journal of Health Services, 41(3), 525-537

Walker, C. (2009). IAPT, Globalisation and the Credit Crunch: Is this how we put politics into depression? The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy 9(2), 66-75.

King, M, Walker, C, Nazareth, I, Weich, S, Torres-González, F, Švab, I, Maaroos, HI, Neeleman, J, Xavier, M, and the PREDICT team. (2008). Prediction of onset of depression in European general practice attendees. Archives of General Psychiatry 65(12), 1368-1376.

Walker, C, Fleischer, S and Winn, S. (2008). A path analysis of first year social science students' engagement with their degree and level one academic outcome. ELiSS 1(2).

King, M, Nazareth, I, Weich, S, Torres-González, F, Švab, I, Maaroos, HI, Neeleman, J, Xavier, M, Walker, C, and the PREDICT team. (2008). Prevalence of common psychological disorders in European general practice attendees: the PREDICT study. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 192(5), 362-67.

Juan Ángel Bellón Saameño, Francisco Torres González, Berta Moreno Küstner, Michael King, Irwin Nazareth, Miguel Xavier, Heidi Ingrid Maaroos, Igor Svad, Jan Neeleman, Carl Walker, Anu Aluoja, Danica Rotar, Mirjam I Geerlings, Benjamín Vicente, Sandra Saldivia y PREDICT-group. (2007). Predicción de futuros episodios de depresión en atención primaria: evaluación de un perfil de riesgo. Violán C, Bolíbar B, Cabezas C, Nin E. Estudios multicéntricos en Atención Primaria. Ed. Fundació Jordi Gol i Gurina, Barcelona.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., and Hussein, M. (2006). Paediatric eczema and psychosocial morbidity: how does eczema interact with parents' illness beliefs? Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 21 (1), 63-67.

King, M, Nazareth, I, Weich, S, Torres-González, F, Švab, I, Maaroos, HI, Neeleman, J, Xavier, M, Morris, R, Walker, C, and the PREDICT team. (2006). Prediction of depression in European general practice attendees: the PREDICT study. BioMed Central Public Health. 6:6, (12 January 2006).

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., Lipton, M., and Hussein, M. (2006). The importance of children's illness beliefs: The Children's Illness Perception Questionnaire (CIPQ) as a reliable assessment tool for eczema and asthma. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 11(1), 100-107.

King, M, Jones, L, Barnes, K, Low, J, Walker, C, Wilkinson, S, Mason, C, Stevenson, J and Tookman, A. (2005). Measuring spiritual belief: development and standardisation of the Beliefs and Values Scale. Psychological Medicine, 36, 417-425.

Papadopoulos, L., Walker, C.J., and Anthis, L. (2004). Living with vitiligo: a controlled investigation into the effects of group cognitive-behavioural and humanistic therapies. Dermatology & Psychosomatics, 5, 172-177.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., Hussein, M., and Lipton, M. (2004). Paediatric Eczema, Illness Beliefs and Psychosocial Morbidity: How does eczema affect children (in their own words)? Dermatology & Psychosomatics;5:126-131.

Walker, C., and Papadopoulos, L. (2003). Personality, Coping and Sex as Psychosocial Aspects of Psoriatic Arthritis. Dermatology & Psychosomatics;4:27-32.

Papadopoulos, L., Bor, R., Walker, C., Flaxman, P., and Legg, C. (2002). Different shades of meaning: examining illness beliefs amongst vitiligo sufferers. Psychology, Health and Medicine;7(4): 425-433.

Papadopoulos, L., Bor, R., Walker, C., and Legg, C. (2001). The Illness Perception Questionnaire as a reliable assessment tool: Cognitive representations of vitiligo. Psychology, Health and Medicine;6(4):441-446.

Papadopoulos, L., Walker, C., Aitken, D., and Bor, R. (2000). The relationship between body image and self-esteem in individuals with Acne Vulgaris. Psychology, Health and Medicine;5(4):431.

Reports

Walker, C, Cunningham. L, Hanna, P, Ambrose, P. (2013). Responsible individuals and irresponsible institutions: a report into mental health and the UK credit industry. University of Brighton.

Walker, C, Streatfield, J. (2012). The Amaze disability living allowance project and the experiences of the parents who use the service. University of Brighton.

Walker, C, Hanna, P. (2012). An evaluation of The Brighton Unemployed Families Centre: 2012. University of Brighton.

Cameron, J, Walker, C, Haslam, I, & The Retain Support Group. (2009). Working Well: How the Retain project has supported workers in Brighton with mental health problems. University of Brighton Social Science and Policy Research Centre.

McQueen, H, Wilcox, P, Stephens, D, and Walker, C. (2008). Widening Access and the Role of Social Motivation in Students' Transitional Experiences in Higher Education, University of Brighton Health and Social Policy Research Centre.

Chandler, T, Cresdee, S, Cunningham, L, and Walker, C. (2008). "Climbing Everest Naked": The revolving door research project.

Conference speeches and professional lectures

Walker, C. (2012). Psychology without psychologists: Exploring an unemployed centre families project as a mental health resource. International Conference of Community Psychology.

Walker, C. (2011). Neoliberal perspectives on debt. European Conference of Community Psychology, York.

Walker, C. (2011). International approaches to teaching community psychology. European Conference of Community Psychology, York.

Walker, C. (2010). Work and mental health in the UK. Conference paper presentation. 3rd International Conference of Community Psychology, Puebla, Mexico

Walker, C. (2010). Case study from an upcoming book: Personal debt and cognitive delinquency in the UK. Conference paper presentation. 3rd International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Mexico

Walker, C. (2010). Community suicide research in Brighton. Conference paper presentation. British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Stratford, UK.

Walker, C. (2008). Retain: A new approach for work and mental health. International Conference of Community Psychology, Puebla, Portugal.

Walker, C. (2008). Depression and globalization: The personal representation of a political problem. International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Cunningham, L, Walker, C. (2008). Working at the margins: research to break the revolving door experience. The Community University Exposition Conference, Victoria, Canada.

Cunningham, L, Walker, C. (2008). Working at the margins: research to break the revolving door experience. International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Walker, C. (2008). Retain: A new approach for work and mental health. International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Walker, C. (2008). Depression and globalization: The personal representation of a political problem. International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Cunningham, L., and Walker, C. (2008). Working at the margins: research to break the revolving door experience. The Community University Exposition Conference, Victoria, Canada.

Cunningham, L., and Walker, C. (2008). Working at the margins: research to break the revolving door experience. International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Walker, C., and Fleischer, S. (2007). First year social science students' engagement with their degree and implications for learning and teaching. The Student Transition and Retention Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Walker, C., and Fleischer, S. (2007). 'I'd rather read the lecture notes than go to the lecture': First year social science students' engagement with their degree and implications for learning and teaching. The 2nd European First Year Experience Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Walker, C., King, M., Torres, F., Xavier, M., Svab, I., Maaroos, H., Neeleman, J., and Saldivia, S. (2005). Can we predict the onset of depression in general practice: Provisional results: prevalence of depression in each country. World Psychiatric Association: Quality and outcome research in psychiatry. Valencia, Spain.

Walker, C., and Papadopoulos, L. (2003). Childhood Eczema: a physiological and psychosocial investigation. XIth European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Milan, Italy.

Walker, C., King, M, Nazareth, I., and Mariathasan, J. (2003). Prediction of future episodes of depression in primary medical care: Evaluation of a risk factor profile. MRC General Practice Research Framework Annual Conference, University of Nottingham.

Walker, C., and Papadopoulos, L. (2003). The Psychology of Vitiligo. International Symposium on Vitiligo, London.

The British Association of Psychodermatologists. (2003). The Medical Society of London. Psychological approaches to disfigurement.

The Vitiligo Society Annual Conference. (2002). Keynote speech on the relationships between skin disease and psychology.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., Aitken, D., and Bor, R. (2001). The relationship between body image and self-esteem in individuals with Acne Vulgaris. 9th International Congress on Dermatology and Psychiatry, Barcelona, Spain.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., and Bor, R. (2001). More than skin deep: treating psychological distress associated with skin disease. British Psychological Society Centenary Annual Conference, Glasgow.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., Bor, R., Flaxman, P., and Legg, C. (2000). Different shades of meaning: examining illness beliefs amongst vitiligo sufferers. British Psychological Society Division of Counselling Psychology, Liverpool.

Walker, C., Papadopoulos, L., Bor, R., Flaxman, P., and Legg, C. (2000). Different shades of meaning: examining illness beliefs amongst vitiligo sufferers. 6th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Brisbane, Australia.

Publications from the institutional repository

Number of items: 39.

Walker, Carl, Hart, Angela and Hanna, Paul (2017) Building a new community psychology of mental health: spaces, places, people and activities Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781137360984

Cameron, Josh, Sadlo, Gaynor, Hart, Angela and Walker, Carl (2016) Return-to-work support for workers with mental health problems: identifying and responding to key challenges of sick leave British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79 (5). pp. 275-283. ISSN 0308-0226

Walker, Carl (2015) Conclusion: thoughts for the future In: Degirmencioglu, Serdar and Walker, Carl, eds. Social and psychological dimensions of personal debt and the debt industry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 288-297. ISBN 9781137407788

Walker, Carl and Degirmencioglu, Serdar (2015) Introduction: social and psychological dimensions of personal debt and the debt industry In: Degirmencioglu, Serdar and Walker, Carl, eds. Social and psychological dimensions of personal debt and the debt industry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 1-15. ISBN 9781137407788

Degirmencioglu, Serdar and Walker, Carl (2015) Social and psychological dimensions of personal debt and the debt industry [Edited Collections]

Hanna, Paul, Cunningham, Elizabeth and Walker, Carl (2015) The indebted individual: dominant discourses and alternative understandings of personal debt in the UK In: Degirmencioglu, Serdar and Walker, Carl, eds. Social and psychological dimensions of personal debt and the debt industry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 203-221. ISBN 9781137407788

Walker, Carl and Klein, Orly (2015) The children's disability living allowance form: policing dependency with a boundary object In: Newnes, Craig, ed. Children in society: politics, policies and interventions. PCCS Books, Monmouth, pp. 231-245. ISBN 9781906254803

Walker, Carl, Hanna, Paul, Cunningham, Elizabeth and Ambrose, Peter (2015) Parasitic encounters in debt: The UK mainstream credit industry Theory and Psychology, 25 (2). pp. 239-256. ISSN 0959-3543

Walker, Carl, Hanna, Paul and Hart, Angela (2015) Psychology without psychologists: exploring an unemployed centre families project as a mental health resource Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25. pp. 502-514. ISSN 1099-1298

Walker, Carl, Hanna, Paul, Cunningham, Elizabeth and Ambrose, Peter (2014) A kind of mental warfare: an economy of affect in the UK debt collection industry The Australian Community Psychologist, 26 (2). pp. 54-67. ISSN 1835-7393

Walker, Carl, Burton, Mark, Akhurst, Jacqui and Degirmencioglu, Serder M. (2014) Locked into the System? Critical Community Psychology Approaches to Personal Debt in the Context of Crises of Capital Accumulation Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25 (3). pp. 264-275. ISSN 1052-9284

Walker, Carl (2013) Manufacturing the right way to be in debt: can psychologists explore the UK debt industry? Australian Journal of Community Psychology, 25 (1). pp. 49-59.

Walker, Carl, Johnson, Katherine and Cunningham, Elizabeth (2012) Introduction to community psychology and the socio-ecomomics of mental distress: international perspectives In: Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz, eds. Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9780230275409

Walker, Carl (2012) Neoliberal ideology and personal debt in the United Kingdom In: Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz, eds. Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 49-61. ISBN 9780230275409

Walker, Carl (2012) Socio-economics and mental distress In: Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz, eds. Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 11-15. ISBN 9780230275409

Walker, Carl, Johnson, Katherine and Cunningham, Elizabeth (2012) Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives [Edited Collections]

Cameron, Josh, Walker, Carl, Hart, Angela, Sadlo, Gaynor, Haslam, Imogen and The Retain Support Group, (2012) Supporting workers with mental health problems to retain employment: users' experiences of a UK job retention project WORK, 42 (4). pp. 461-471. ISSN 1051-9815

Walker, Carl and Fincham, B. (2011) Work and mental health in the UK In: 3rd International Community Psychology Conference, Puebla, Mexico, 3-5 June 2010, Mexico.

Nazareth, Irwin, Walker, Carl, Ridolfi, Antonia, Aluoja, Anu, Bellon, Juan, Geerlings, Mirijam, Svab, Igor, Xavier, Miguel and King, Michael (2011) Epidemiology: heavy episodic drinking in Europe: a cross section study in primary care in six European countries Alcohol and Alcoholism, 46 (5). pp. 600-606. ISSN 0735-0414

Adams, Matthew, Walker, Carl and O'Connell, Paul (2011) Invisible or involved fathers? A content analysis of representations of parenting in young children's picturebooks Sex Roles, 65 (3-4). pp. 259-270. ISSN 0360-0025

Walker, Carl (2011) Personal debt, cognitive delinquency and techniques of governmentality: neoliberal constructions of financial inadequacy in the UK Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 22 (6). pp. 533-558. ISSN 1052-9284

Walker, Carl (2011) "Responsibilizing" a healthy Britain: personal debt, employment, and welfare International Journal of Health Services, 41 (3). pp. 525-538. ISSN 0020-7314

Walker, Carl and Fincham, B. (2011) Work and the mental health crisis in Britain Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester. ISBN 9780470699775

Walker, Carl (2010) Case study from an upcoming book: Personal debt and cognitive delinquency in the UK In: 3rd International Community Psychology Conference, Puebla, Mexico, Mexico.

Johnson, Katherine, Jones, Helen and Walker, Carl (2010) A community psychology approach to suicide research in Brighton In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 14-16 April 2010, Stratford-upon-Avon.

McQueen, Hilary, Wilcox, Paula, Stephen, Dawn and Walker, Carl (2009) Widening participation and the role of social motivation in students' transitional experiences in higher education University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.

Walker, Carl (2009) The improving access to psychological therapies programme, globalisation and the credit crunch: is this how we put politics into depression? Journal of Critical Psychology Counselling and Psychotherapy, 9 (2). pp. 66-74. ISSN 1471-7646

Cameron, Josh, Walker, Carl and Haslam, Imogen (2009) Working Well: how the Retain project has supported workers in Brighton with mental health problems. RMMF (Making Recovery Reality); Community University Partnership (CUPP); University of Brighton, Brighton.

King, Michael, Walker, Carl, Levy, Gus, Bottomley, Christian, Royston, P., Weich, S., Bellon-Saameno, J.A., Moreno, B., Svab, I., Rotar, D., Rifel, J., Maaroos, H.-I., Alouja, A., Kalda, R., Neeleman, J., Geerlings, M.I., Xavier, M., Carraca, I., Goncalves-Pereira, M., Vicente, B., Saldivia, S., Melipillan, R., Torres-Gonzalez, F. and Nazareth, I. (2008) Development and validation of an international risk prediction algorithm for episodes of major depression in general practice attendees. The PredictD Study Archives of General Psychiatry, 65 (12). pp. 1368-1376. ISSN 0003-990X

Walker, Carl, Fleischer, Stephanie and Winn, S. (2008) A path analysis of first year social science students' engagement with their degree and level one academic outcome Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 1 (2). pp. 1-19. ISSN 1756-848X

Walker, Carl (2008) Depression and globalization: The personal representation of a political problem In: 2nd International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal., Portugal.

King, Michael, Nazareth, Irwin, Levy, Gus, Walker, Carl, Morris, R., Welch, S., Bellón-Saameño, J.A., Moreno, B., Svab, I., Maaroos, H.I., Neeleman, J., Xavier, M., Caldas de Almedia, M., Correa, B. and Torres-Gonzalez, F. (2008) Prevalence of common mental disorders in general practice attendees across Europe British Journal of Psychiatry, 192 (5). pp. 362-367. ISSN 0007-1250

Walker, Carl (2008) Retain: A new approach for work and mental health In: 2nd International Conference of Community Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal., Portugal.

Cunningham, Elizabeth and Walker, Carl (2008) Working together at the margins: research to break the revolving door experience of homeless service users In: CUEXPO08, 4-7 May 2008, Victoria BC, Canada.

Walker, Carl (2007) Depression and globalization: the politics of mental health in the 21st century Springer-Verlag, New York. ISBN 0387727124; 978-0-387-72712-7; 0387727132; 9780387727134

King, M., Weich, S., Torres-González, F., ?vab, I., Maaroos, H.-I., Neeleman, J., Xavier, M., Morris, R., Walker, Carl, Bellón-Saameño, J.A., Moreno-Küstner, B., Rotar, D., Rifel, J., Aluoja, Anu, Kalda, R., Geerlings, M.I., Carraça, I., de Almeida, M.C., Vicente, B., Saldivia, S., Rioseco, P. and Nazareth, I. (2006) Prediction of depression in european general practice attendees: the PREDICT Study BMC Public Health, 6 (6). pp. 1-8. ISSN 1471-2458

King, Michael, Jones, Louise, Barnes, Kelly, Low, Joseph, Walker, Carl, Wilkinson, Susie, Mason, Christina, Sutherland, Juliette and Tookman, Adrian (2005) Measuring spiritual belief: development and standardization of a beliefs and values scale Psychological Medicine, 36 (3). pp. 417-425. ISSN 1469-8978

Walker, Carl and Papadopoulos, Linda (2005) Psychodermatology: the psychological impact of skin disorders [Edited Collections]

Papadopoulos, Linda and Walker, Carl (2003) Understanding skin problems: acne, eczema, psoriasis and related conditions John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester. ISBN 047084518X

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