Appendix 2 List of papers included


The papers included in this review are listed below, numbered as in the main text. In addition, the number of participants in each study is given after the citation. The 19 papers report results from 10 studies.

  1. Mansell, J. and Beasley, F. (1993) Small staffed houses for people with a severe mental handicap and challenging behaviour. British Journal of Social Work, 23, 329-344. (N=18).
  2. Dockrell, J. E., Gaskell, G. D., Normand, C. and Rehman, H. (1995) An economic analysis of the resettlement of people with mild learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Social Science and Medicine, 40(7), 895-901. (N=34).
  3. Hatton, C., Emerson, E., Robertson, J. and Henderson, D. (1995) The quality and costs of residential services for adults with multiple disabilities: A comparative evaluation. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 16(6), 439-460. (N=40).
  4. Hatton, C., Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Henderson, D. and Cooper, J. (1996) Factors associated with staff support and resident lifestyle in services for people with multiple disabilities: a path analytic approach. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 40(5), 466-477. (N=40).
  5. Janssen, C. G. C., Vreeke, G. J., Resnick, S. and Stolk, J. (1999) Quality of life of people with mental retardation. Residential versus community living. British Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 45(88), 3-15. (N=199).
  6. Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Kessissoglou, S., Hallam, A., Knapp, M., Jarbrink, K., Walsh, P. N. and Netten, A. (2000b) Quality and costs of community-based residential supports, village communities, and residential campuses in the United Kingdom. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 105(2), 81-102. (N=500).
  7. Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Gregory, N., Kessissoglou, S., Hatton, C., Hallam, A., Knapp, M., Jarbrink, K., Netten, A. and Linehan, C. (2000c). The quality and costs of community-based residential supports and residential campuses for people with severe and complex disabilities. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 25(4), 263-279. (N=40).
  8. Robertson, J., Emerson, E., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Turner, S., Kessissoglou, S. and Hallam, A. (2000b) Lifestyle related risk factors for poor health in residential settings for people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 21(6), 469-486. (N=399).
  9. Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Kessissoglou, S., Hallam, A. and Hillery, J. (2000a). Treatment and Management of Challenging Behaviours in Residential Settings. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 13(4), 197-215. (N=500).
  10. Robertson, J., Emerson, E., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Kessissoglou, S. and Hallam, A. (2000a) Receipt of psychotropic medication by people with intellectual disability in residential settings. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44(6), 666-676. (N=500).
  11. Robertson, J., Emerson, E., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Kessissoglou, S., Hallam, A. and Linehan, C. (2001) Social networks of people with mental retardation in residential settings. Mental Retardation, 39(3), 201-214. (N=500).
  12. Gregory, N., Robertson, J., Kessissoglou, S., Emerson, E. and Hatton, C. (2001) Factors associated with expressed satisfaction among people with intellectual disability receiving residential supports. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 45(4), 279-291. (N-96).
  13. Walsh, P. N., Linehan, C., Hillery, J., Durkan, J., Emerson, E., Hatton, C., Robertson, J., Gregory, N., Kessissoglou, S. and Hallam, A. (2001) Family Views of the Quality of Residential Supports. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 14(3), 292-309. (N=291).
  14. Hallam, A., Knapp, M., Jarbrink, K., Netten, A., Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Gregory, N., Hatton, C., Kessissoglou, S. and Durkan, J. (2002) Costs of village community, residential campus and dispersed housing provision for people with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 46(5), 394-404. (N=500).
  15. Emerson, E. (2004). Cluster housing for adults with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 29(3), 187-197. (N=910).
  16. McConkey, R., D. Walsh-Gallagher and M. Sinclair (2005). Social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities: The impact of place of residence. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 22(1), 10-14. (N=106).
  17. Young, L. (2006). Community and cluster centre residential services for adults with intellectual disability: long-term results from an Australian-matched sample. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 50(6), 419-431. (N=60).
  18. Owen, K., J. Hubert and S. Hollins (2007). Moving home: the experiences of women with severe intellectual disabilities in transition from a locked ward. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36(4), 220-226. (N=11).
  19. McConkey, R., Abbott, S., Walsh, P. N., Linehan, C. & Emerson, (2007). Variations in the social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in supported living schemes and residential settings. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 51(3), 207-217. (N=620).