The Arts - Publications and Articles


How Lofty Art Can Help The Medical World Reimagine Mental Health in The Conversation, which has a readership of 10.6 million worldwide. 31 October 2018.

Abraham, A., Windmann, S., Siefen, R., Daum, I. and Güntürkün, O., 2006. Creative Thinking in Adolescents with ADHD  Child Neuropsychology, 12(2), pp.111–123.

All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts Health and Wellbeing, 2017. Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing. 2nd Edition.

Greven, C.U., Buitelaar, J.K. and Salum, G.A., 2018. From positive psychology to psychopathology: the continuum of ADHD. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 59(3), pp.203–212.

Lesch, K.-P., 2018. ‘Shine bright like a diamond!’: is research on high-functioning ADHD at last entering the mainstream? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 59(3), pp.191–192.

Sedgwick, J. A., Merwood, A. & Asherson, P. J. E. 19 Oct 2018. The positive aspects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a qualitative investigation of successful adults with ADHD. In : ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders.

A small-scale study about the views and perceptions of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adulthood: Unearthing the positive aspects. J. Sedgwick, 2018. Art Meanders with Psychiatry on a MagicCarpet at the SGDP. ADDISS Newsletter April 2018.

Tan, K.S., and Asherson, P.J.E. 2018. How ‘lofty’ Art Can Help the Medical World Reimagine Mental Health

The Conversation. October 31. 2685 readers within first two weeks of publication.

Tan, K.S., 2018. Unreasonable Adjustments. Disability Arts Online Showcase.  

Tan, K.S., 2018. What else could ‘neurodiversity’ look like? Disability Arts Online editorial.  

Tan, K.S., 2018. Mind Wandering: Best Friend or Worst Enemy? An art-science inquiry. A-N Blogs (blog). February 6, 2018. 

Tan, K.S., & Asherson, P.J.E. 2017. Come Sit on a Mat with an Artist and a Psychiatrist to Have a Chat about Mind Wandering, Gingerbread Men, Shark Baits, and the Interface of Normal/abnormal Behaviour. Mind the Gap Blog, May 12.