Mr Richard Philip Woods


NameMr Richard Philip Woods
Organisational UnitSocial Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-8292-632X

Research outputs

PDA – a new type of disorder?

Woods, R. (2020). PDA – a new type of disorder? The British Psychological Society.

Critical Autism Studies

Woods, R. and Waldock, K. (2020). Critical Autism Studies. in: Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders Springer (part of Springer Nature).

Pathological Demand Avoidance and the DSM-5: a rebuttal to Judy Eaton’s response

Woods, R. (2020). Pathological Demand Avoidance and the DSM-5: a rebuttal to Judy Eaton’s response. Good Autism Practice. 21 (1), pp. 74 - 76.

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)

Woods, R. (2020). Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). in: Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders Springer (part of Springer Nature).

Commentary: Demand Avoidance Phenomena, a manifold issue? Intolerance of uncertainty and anxiety as explanatory frameworks for extreme demand avoidance in children and adolescents – a commentary on Stuart et al. (2020)

Woods, R. (2020). Commentary: Demand Avoidance Phenomena, a manifold issue? Intolerance of uncertainty and anxiety as explanatory frameworks for extreme demand avoidance in children and adolescents – a commentary on Stuart et al. (2020). Child and Adolescent Mental Health. 25 (2), pp. 68 -70.. https://doi.org/10.1111/camh.12368

Is the concept of Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance) real or mythical?

Woods, R. (2019). Is the concept of Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance) real or mythical? Disability Research Forum. Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus. Charles Street Building, Room 12.2.19 (This is on the second floor), Howard Street, S1 1WB 12 Dec 2019 https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.35499.18728/2

Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance): Core Issues, Attachment, Trauma & Looked After Children.

Woods, R. (2019). Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance): Core Issues, Attachment, Trauma & Looked After Children. Workshop on Subtyping Autism. London South Bank University 19 Nov 2019 Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC).

Empathy and a Personalised Approach in Autism

Woods, R., Waldock, K., Keates, N. and Morgan, H. (2019). Empathy and a Personalised Approach in Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-019-04287-4

An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory): A Developmental Model and Demand Avoidance Phenomena.

Woods, R. (2019). An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory): A Developmental Model and Demand Avoidance Phenomena. PDA Conference. Oslo 01 Nov 2019 SPISS.

Demand avoidance phenomena: circularity, integrity and validity – a commentary on the 2018 National Autistic Society PDA Conference

Woods, R. (2019). Demand avoidance phenomena: circularity, integrity and validity – a commentary on the 2018 National Autistic Society PDA Conference. Good Autism Practice. 20 (2), pp. 28 - 40.

The strength of autistic expertise and its implications for autism knowledge production: A response to Damian Milton.

Woods, R. and Waltz, M. The strength of autistic expertise and its implications for autism knowledge production: A response to Damian Milton. Autonomy, the Critical Journal of Interdisciplinary Autism Studies.. 1 (6).

Pathological Demand Avoidance: Is it time to move beyond the pathological need to not to develop more inclusive pedagogical practices?

Woods, R. (2019). Pathological Demand Avoidance: Is it time to move beyond the pathological need to not to develop more inclusive pedagogical practices? Autonomy, the Critical Journal of Interdisciplinary Autism Studies.. 1 (6).

Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance): an ethical challenge to its orthodoxy.

Woods, R. (2019). Demand Avoidance Phenomena (Pathological Demand Avoidance): an ethical challenge to its orthodoxy. PARC Critical Autism Studies Conference 2019. Keyworth Street, London South Bank University (LSBU), London, SE1 6LN. 04 Jun 2019

A demand to avoid demand avoidance?

Woods, R. (2019). A demand to avoid demand avoidance? British Psychological Society.

An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion.

Woods, R. (2019). An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion. Disability Research Forum. Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus. Charles Street Building, Room 12.2.19 (This is on the second floor), Howard Street, S1 1WB 12 Dec 2019

An Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) explanation of anxiety in Autism & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion.

Woods, R. (2018). An Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) explanation of anxiety in Autism & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion. Innovation in Autism Practice: The Future is Calling. Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow UK 08 - 09 Nov 2018 Scottish Autism.

Neurodiversity Movement and Rational Demand Avoidance: The clash of 2 competing biopower technologies in action

Woods, R. (2018). Neurodiversity Movement and Rational Demand Avoidance: The clash of 2 competing biopower technologies in action. PARC Critical Autism Studies Conference 2018. Keyworth Street, London South Bank University (LSBU), London, SE1 6LN. 18 Jul 2018 Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC).

Rational (Pathological) Demand Avoidance: what it is not, what it could be & what it does.

Woods, R. (2018). Rational (Pathological) Demand Avoidance: what it is not, what it could be & what it does. Critical Perspectives on Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). K2 building, Keyworth Street, London South Bank University 15 May 2018 Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC).

Redefining Critical Autism Studies: a more inclusive interpretation

Woods, R., Milton, D., Arnold, L. and Graby, S. (2018). Redefining Critical Autism Studies: a more inclusive interpretation. Disability & Society. 33 (6), pp. 974-979. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2018.1454380

Exploring how the social model of disability can be re-invigorated for autism: in response to Jonathan Levitt

Woods, R. (2017). Exploring how the social model of disability can be re-invigorated for autism: in response to Jonathan Levitt. Disability & Society. 32 (7), pp. 1090-1095. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2017.1328157

Pathological demand avoidance: my thoughts on looping effects and commodification of autism

Woods, R. (2017). Pathological demand avoidance: my thoughts on looping effects and commodification of autism. Disability & Society. 32 (5), pp. 753-758. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2017.1308705
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