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Cuskelly, M. M., Hay, I., Winchcomb, M., Cervetto, K. T., Walker, J. M. and Chu, J. C. (2005) A preliminary investigation of parenting attributes of Australian foster carers. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 22 2: 65-83. 140  
Hay, I. and Cuskelly, M. M. (2005). Children and youth in foster care: A multidimensional issue for educators. In: B. Bartlett, F. Bryer and D. Roebuck, The 3rd Cognition, Language and Special Education Research Conference: Stimulating the Action as Participants in Participatory Research. Cognition, Language and Special Education Research Conference, Surfers Paradise, QLD., (179-188). 2-4 December 2005. 82  
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and van Kraayenoord, C. (1994). Children’s self-concept and thinking: How are they related?. In J. Edwards (Ed.), Thinking: International and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 259-268) Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow. 88  
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and van Kraayenoord, C. E (1998) Comparison of Queensland sample with the Self-Description Questionnaire–1 and the Perception of Ability Scale for Students, normative populations. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 15 70-80. 238  
Ashman, A. F., Hay, I. and Bayne, B. (2005) Development of Education Adjustment Program (EAP) Adjustment profile instruments: A report to the Performance Monitoring and Reporting Branch, Education Queensland : Performance Monitoring and Reporting Branch, Education Queensland 168  
Ashman, A. F., Hay, I. and Bayne, B. (2005) Development of Education Adjustment Program (EAP) Beginning School Profile: A report to the Performance Monitoring and Reporting Branch, Education Queensland : A report to the Performance Monitoring and Reporting Branch, Education Queensland 106  
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and van Kraayenoord, C. E. (1998) Educational characteristics of students with high or low self-concept. Psychology In The Schools, 35 4: 391-400. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1520-6807(199810)35:4 272   17 0
Hay, Ian (2005) Facilitating children's self-concept: A rationale and evaluative study. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15 1: 60-67. 873 2764
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F., van Kraayenoord, C. E. and Stewart, A. L. (1999) Identification of self-verification in the formation of children's academic self-concept. Journal of Educational Psychology, 91 2: 225-229. doi:10.1037//0022-0663.91.2.225 79   5 0
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and Ballinger, M. (2000). Investigating the factors that influence the formation of adolescents’ emotional stability and general self-concept. In R. G Craven and H. W. Marsh (Ed.), Self-concept theory, research and practice: Advances for the new millennium (pp. 263-270) Sydney: Self-Research Centre, University of Western Sydney. 252  
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and van Kraayenoord, C. E. (1997) Investigating the influence of achievement on self-concept using an intra-class design and a comparison of the PASS and SDQ-1 self-concept tests. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 67 3: 311-321. 228   20
Fyffe, Loyd, Hay, Ian and Palmer, Glen (2004). Issues and Concerns in Children's Values Education. In: Brendan Bartlett, Fiona Bryer and Dick Roebuck, Educating : Weaving Research into Practice: 2nd Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language, and Special Education, Surfers Paradise, Australia, (104-111). 3-5 December, 2004. 697 2585
Fielding-Barnsley, R., Hay, I. and Ashman, A. F. (2005). Phonological awareness: Necessary but not sufficient. In: F. Bryer, Making Meaning: Creating Connections that Value Diversity. 30th Annual Conference of AASE, Brisbane, (63-68). 23-25 September. 60  
Hay, I. and Cuskelly, M. M. (2006) School counsellors and young people in care. Australian Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 16 1: 106-118. 38  
Hay, Ian and Dempster, Neil (2004). Student Leadership Development Through General Classroom Activities. In: Bartlett, Brendan, Educating: Weaving Research into Practice: Volume 2, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia, (141-150). 3 - 5 December, 2004. 1955 8558
Hay, I. and Winn, S. (2005) Students with Asperger's Syndrome in an inclusive secondary school environment: Teachers', parents', and students' perspectives. The Australasian Journal of Special Education, 29 2: 140-154. 245  
Woolley, Gary and Hay, Ian (2003). Students with Late Emerging Reading Difficulties: Reading Engagement, Motivation, and Intervention Issues. In: B. Bartlett, Reimagining Practice: Researching Change. Reimagining Practice: Researching Change, Nathan, Qld, (175-184). 5-7 December, 2003. 632 2185
Hay, Ian and Ashman, Adrian (2003) The development of adolescents’ emotional stability and general self-concept: The interplay of parents, peers and gender. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 50 1: 77-91. doi:10.1080/1034912032000053359 740 4 Cited 40 times in Scopus40 1
Ashman, A. F., Hay, I., McFarland, M. and Raciti, N. (2005). The Educational Adjustment Program Profile: A Queensland Initiative in the identification and Monitoring of Students with a Disability. In: Stimulating the Action as Participants in Participatory Research. 3rd Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, (49-58). 2-4 December, 2005. 609 2400
Hay, I. and Ashman, A. F. (2006) The effectiveness of the current response to behaviour support and intervention services: Report to the Director General, Department of Education and the Arts, Queensland Queensland: Department of Education and the Arts 85  
Hay, I., Ashman, A. F. and van Kraayenoord, C. E. (1998) The influence of gender, academic achievement and non-school factors upon pre-adolescent self-concept. Educational Psychology, 18 4: 461-470. doi:10.1080/0144341980180407 257   0
Gilbert, C. and Hay, I. (2005) Wellbeing and competitive employment for adults with an acquired physical or psychological disability. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling, 10 1: 27-35. 85