Pamela is a registered psychologist, having qualified originally in speech pathology. Her research has been funded by nationally competitive schemes such as the ARC Discovery Program, ARC Linkage Program, and the Criminology Research Council, and spans various aspects of risk in childhood and adolescence, in particular:
- the oral language skills of high-risk young people (youth offenders and those in the state care system), and the role of oral language competence as an academic and mental health protective factor in childhood and adolescence;
- applying evidence in the language-to-literacy transition in the early years of school;
- linguistic aspects of investigative interviewing with children / adolescents as witnesses, suspects, victims in criminal investigations;
Pamela has taught a wide range of undergraduate health professionals, and also has experience in postgraduate teacher education. She has research links with the education, welfare and justice sectors, and her research has been published in a wide range of international journals. She is frequently called upon to address education, health, welfare, and forensic audiences. She is a Fellow of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia and is a past Victorian State Chair of the Australian Psychological Society. Pamela has over 120 publications, comprising refereed papers, book chapters, monographs and research reports. Pamela is a member of the Deakin University Centre for Investigative Interviewing - http://investigativecentre.org/ and is a Council Member of Learning Difficulties Australia. She serves on education/welfare advisory committees for a number of community agencies, including Take Two and Mackillop Family Services.
Pamela's Twitter handle is @PamelaSnow2 and her blog The Snow Report can be found at http://pamelasnow.blogspot.com.au/
Her Google Scholar page can be found at http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=Ii9hY5EAAAAJ&hl=en
Benedana, L., Powell, M.B. Zajacc, R. Lum, J.A.G., Snow, P.C. (in press) Suggestibility in neglected children: The influence of intelligence, language and social skills. Child Abuse & Neglect. Accepted January 8, 2018.
Lum, J., Powell, M., & Snow, P. (in press). The influence of maltreatment history and out-of-home-care on children's language and social skills. Child Abuse & Neglect, Accepted October 14, 2017.
Goldfeld, S., Snow, P., Eadie, P., Gold, L., Ha, L. Orsini, F., Munro, J., Shingles, B. (in press). Classroom Promotion of Oral Language (CPOL): Protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of a school-based intervention to improve children's literacy outcomes at Grade 3, oral language and mental health. BMJ Open. Accepted July 19, 2017.
Eadie, P.A., Stark, H. & Snow, P.C. (2017) Building knowledge about oral language skills into teacher practice and pre-service education. In T. Bentley & G. Savage (Eds.), Educating Australia: Challenges for the Next Decade of Schooling (pp. 241 – 256). Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
Bowen, C. & Snow, P.C. (2017). Making Sense of Interventions for Children’s Developmental Disorders. A Guide for Parents and Professionals. UK: J&R Publishing. http://www.jr-press.co.uk/making-sense-of-interventions-for-childrens-developmental-disorders.html
Law, J., Levickis, P., McKean, C., Goldfeld, S., Snow, P., Reilly, S. (2017) Child Language in a Public Health Context. Melbourne: Murdoch Childrens Research Institute. https://www.mcri.edu.au/sites/default/files/media/documents/cres/cre-cl_policy_brief_2_dld_public_health.pdf
Bishop, D.V.M., Snowling, M.J., Thompson, P.A., Greenhalgh, T. & the CATALISE Consortium (in press). CATALISE: A multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development. Phase 2. Terminology. PeerJ Preprint: https://peerj.com/preprints/2484/
Snow, P.C., Bagley, K. & White, D. (2017). Speech-language pathology intervention in a youth justice setting: Benefits perceived by staff extend beyond communication. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, Accepted February 12, 2017.
Snow, P.C. & Douglas, J. (2017) Psychosocial aspects of pragmatic language difficulties. In L. Cummings (ed.), Research in Clinical Pragmatics, Series: Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy & Psychology, Vol. 11 (pp. 617-649), Cham, Switzerland: Springer-Verlag. ISBN: 978-3-319-47487-8 (hardcover); 978-3-319-47489-2 (eBook)
Mendes, P. & Snow, P. (2016). Young People Transitioning From Care: International Research, Policy, and Practice. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave ISBN 978-1-137-55639-4
Conor Gilligan, C., James, E.J., Snow, P.C., Outram, S., Ward, B.M., Powell, M.B., Lonsdale, C., Cushing, A.M., Silberman, J., Regan, T., Harvey, P. & Lynagh, M.C. (2016) Interventions for improving medical students' interpersonal communication in medical consultations. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 10. Art. No.: CD012418. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD012418.
Bishop, D.V.M., Snowling, M.J., Thompson, P.A., Greenhalgh, T. & the CATALISE Consortium (2016). CATALISE: A multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study. 1. Identifying language impairments in children. ~~http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0158753. Published July 8, 2016.
Snow, P.C. & Woodward, M.N. (2016). Intervening to address communication difficulties in incarcerated youth: A Phase 1 Clinical Trial. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology. Released early online October 8, 2016.
Douglas, J.M. Bracy, C., & Snow, P. C. (2016) Return to work and social communication ability following severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Accepted November 6, 2015.
Anderson, S.A.S., Hawes, D.J. & Snow, P.C. (2016). Language impairments among youth offenders: A systematic review. Children and Youth Services Review, 65, 195-203.
Brubacher, S., Powell, M.B., Snow, P.C., Skouteris, H. & Manger, B. (2016). Guidelines for teachers to elicit detailed and accurate narrative accounts from children. Children and Youth Services Review, 63, 83-92.
Collins, J., Ward, B., Snow, P., Kippen, S. & Judd, F. (2016). Compositional, contextual and collective community factors in mental health and wellbeing in Australian rural communities. Qualitative Health Research, 1-11. Published early online 5/2/16.
Snow, P.C. (2016). Elizabeth Usher Memorial Lecture: Language is literacy is language. Positioning Speech Language Pathology in education policy, practice, paradigms, and polemics. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 18(3), 216-228.
Stark, H.L., Snow, P.C., Eadie, P.A. & Goldfeld, S.R. (2015). Language and reading instruction in early years’ classrooms: The knowledge and self-rated ability of Australian teachers. Annals of Dyslexia, 1-27. Released early online September 23, 2015.
Snow, P.C., Woodward, M., Mathis, M., Powell, M.B. (2015). Language functioning, mental health and alexithymia in incarcerated young offenders. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 18(1), 20-31.
Lum, J., Powell, M., Timms, L. & Snow, P. (2015). A meta-analysis of case-control studies investigating language in maltreated children. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 58, 961-976.
Snow, P.C., Sanger, D.D., Caire, L. & Eadie, P. & Dinslage, T. (2015). Improving communication outcomes for young offenders: A proposed Response to Intervention framework. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 50(1), 1-13. Released early online July 2014.
Mendes, P., Snow, P. & Baidawi, S. (2014). Some ethical considerations associated with researching young people transitioning from out-of-home care. Communities, Children, and Families Australia, 8(2), 81-92.
Mendes, P., Baidawi, S. & Snow, P. (2014). Young people transitioning from out-of-home care: A critical analysis of leaving care policy, legislation and housing support in the Australian State of Victoria. Child Abuse Review, 23: 402–414. Released early online November 28, 2013.
Baidawi, S., Mendes, P. & Snow, P. (2014). Young people in, and transitioning from, out-of-home care and their mental health issues: A call for evidence. Children Australia, 39(4), 200-205.
Baidawi, S., Mendes, P. & Snow, P. (2014). “Setting them up to fail” – System responses to dual order child protection and youth justice clients. Alternative Law Journal, 39(1), 31-35.
Snow, P. (2014). Oral language competence and the transition to school: Socio-economic and behavioural factors that influence academic and social success. International Journal on School Disaffection, 11(1) 3-24
Snow, P.C., Harvey, P. J. & Cocking, K.L. (2014). Fitness-to-practice concerns in rural undergraduate medical education: A qualitative study. BMC Medical Education, 14:195, Accepted August 2, http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6920/14/195.
Snow, P.C., Eadie, P.A., Connell, J., Andersen, B., McCusker, H.J., & Munro, J.K. (2014). Oral language supports early literacy: A pilot cluster randomized trial in disadvantaged schools. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 16(5), 495-506. Released early online October 26, 2013.
Mendes, P., Snow, P. & Baidawi, S. (2014). The views of service providers on the challenges facing young people also involved in the youth justice system transitioning from out-of-home care. Journal of Policy Practice, 13, 239–257.
Mendes, P., Baidawi, S. & Snow, P. (2014). Young people transitioning from out-of-home care in Victoria: Strengthening support services for dual clients of child protection and youth justice. Australian Social Work , 67(1), 6-23.
Mendes, P. & Snow, P. (2014). The needs and experiences of young people with a disability transitioning from out-of-home care: The views of practitioners in Victoria, Australia Children and Youth Services Review, 36, 115-123.
Bourke, E., Snow, P., Herily, A., Amor, D., & Metcalfe, S. (2014). Klinefelter syndrome: A general practice perspective Australian Family Physician. 43, 1-2, 38-41.
Fox, C., Snow, P.C. & Holland, K. (2014). Sensory processing difficulties in children at risk of conduct disorder in the primary school years. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 19(1), 71-88.
Hayes, H. & Snow, P. (2013). Oral language competence and restorative justice processes: Refining preparation and the measurement of conference outcomes. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 463, 1-7.
Law, J., Reilly, S. & Snow, P.C. (2013). Child speech, language and communication need re-examined in a public health context: A new direction for the speech and language therapy profession. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 48(5) 486-496.
Bourke, E., Snow, P., Herily, A., Amor, D., & Metcalfe, S. (2013). A qualitative exploration of parents' experiences of having a child with Klinefelter syndrome and the process of reaching this diagnosis. European Journal of Human Genetics, 22 (1), 18-24.
Snow, P.C., Sanger, D.D., Childers, C., Pankonin, C., & Wright, S. (2013). Response to Intervention in secondary settings: Speech Language Pathologists’ perspectives. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 15(5), 463-470.
Snow, P.C. (2013). Restorative Justice Conferencing, language competence, and young offenders: Are these high-risk conversations? (Invited manuscript) Prevention Researcher, 20(1), 18-20.
Mathew, P. Pannek, K., Snow, P., D’Acunto, M.G., Guzzetta, A., Rose, S.E., Colditz, P. & Finnigan, S. (2013). Maturation of corpus callosum anterior midbody is associated with neonatal motor function in preterm-born infants. Neural Plasticity, Vol 2013 (2013), Article ID 359532, 7 pages.
Snow, P.C., Powell, M.B. & Sanger, D.D. (2012). Oral language competence, young speakers and the law. (Invited manuscript) Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools, 43, 496-506.
Sanger, D.D., Friedli, C., Brunken, C., Snow, P. Ritzman, M. (2012). Educators' year long reactions to the implementation of a Response to Intervention (RTI) model. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, 7, 98-107.
Greenway-Crombie, A., Snow, P., Disler, P., Davis, S. & Pond, D. (2012). The influence of rurality on diagnosing dementia in Australian General Practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health 18(3), 178-184.
Sanger, D., Snow, P.C., Colburn, C., Gergen, M. & Ruf, M. (2012). Speech-Language Pathologists’ reactions to Response to Intervention: A qualitative study. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 14(1), 1-10.
Rotter, T., Kinsman, L., James, E., Machotta, A., Willis, J. Snow, P. & Kugler, J. (2012). The effects of clinical pathways on professional practice, patient outcomes, length of stay, and hospital costs: Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis. Evaluation & the Health Professions 35(1), 3-27.
Rotter, T., Kinsman, L., James, E., Machotta, A., Willis, J. Snow, P. & Kugler, J. (2012). Have we drawn the wrong conclusions about the value of care pathways? Is a Cochrane Review appropriate? Response to the commentary article published by Kris Vanhaecht et al. Evaluation & the Health Professions 35(1) 43-46
Kinsman, L., Rotter, T., Willis, J., Snow, P.C., Buykx, P., Humphreys, J.S. (2012). Do clinical pathways enhance access to evidence-based AMI treatment in rural emergency departments? Journal of Rural Health, 20(2), 59-66.
Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2011). Oral language competence in incarcerated young offenders: Links with offending severity, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 13(6), 480-489.
Snow, P.C. & Powell, M.B. (2011). Youth (In)justice: Oral language competence in early life and risk for engagement in antisocial behaviour in adolescence. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 435, 1-6.
Ward, B. & Snow, P.C. (2011). Parents’ plans to supply their adolescents with alcohol. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17, 169-174.
Ward, B. & Snow, P.C. (2011). Factors affecting parental supply of alcohol to underage adolescents. Drug & Alcohol Review, 30, 228-343.
Snow, P.C. & Sanger, D.D. (2011). Restorative justice conferencing and the youth offender: Exploring the role of oral language competence. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 46(3), 324-333.
Kinsman, L., Rotter, T., James, E., Snow, P. & Willis, J. (2010). What is a clinical pathway? Development of a definition to inform the debate. BMC Medicine, 8(31).
Ward, B. & Snow, P. (2010). Supporting parents to reduce the misuse of alcohol by young people. Drugs, Education, Prevention and Policy 17(6), 718-73.
Feltis, B., Powell, M.P., Snow, P.C., & Hughes-Scholes, C.H. (2010). An examination of the association between interviewer question type and story-grammar detail in child witness interviews about abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 34, 407-413.
Ward, B. & Snow, P. & Aroni, R. (2010). Children's alcohol initiation: An analytic overview. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17(3), 270-277.
Antoniazzi, D., Snow, P. & Dickson-Swift, V. (2010). Teacher identification of children at risk for oral language impairment in the first year of school. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 12(3), 244-252.
Rotter, T., Kinsman, L., James, E., Machotta, A., Gothe, H., Willis, J. Snow, P. & Kugler, J. (2010). Clinical pathways: Effects on professional practice, patient outcomes, length of stay and hospital costs. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 3. Art. No. CD006632.
Sanger, D.D., Ritzman, M., Stremlau, A. & Snow, P. (2010). Juvenile delinquent girls reflect on learning in schools and offer suggestions. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, 5, 45-54.
Kinsman, L.D., Buykx, P., Humphreys, J.S., Snow, P.C., & Willis, J. (2009). A cluster randomised trial to assess the impact of clinical pathways on AMI management in rural Australian emergency departments. BioMedCentral, 9:83.
Snow, P.C., Powell, M.B., & Murfett, R. (2009). Getting the story from child witnesses: Exploring the application of a story grammar framework. Psychology, Crime & Law, 15(6), 555-568.
Ward, B.M., James, E.L., Graham, M.L, & Snow, P.C (2009). Assessing epidemiological learning amongst undergraduate students. Focus on Health Professional Education, 10(3), 26-38.
Snow, P.C. (2009). Child maltreatment, mental health and oral language competence: Inviting Speech Language Pathology to the prevention table. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 11(12), 95-103.
Ward, B. & Snow, P. (2008). The role of families in preventing alcohol-related harm in young people. Prevention Research Quarterly, June: 5. Also listed at Australian Policy Online: http://www.apo.org.au/linkboard/results.chtml?filename_num=217453
Ward, B.L., Dickson-Swift , V., James, E.L., Snow, P.C., Spark, J. & Verrinder, A. (2008). Incorporating research training into undergraduate pharmacy courses: A case study from Australia. Pharmacy Education, 8(1)1-6.
Murfett, R., Powell, M.B., & Snow, P.C. (2008). The effect of intellectual disability on children’s adherence to a ‘story-grammar’ framework during an investigative interview. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 33(1), 2-11.
Snow, P.C. & Powell, M.B. (2008). Oral language competence, social skills, and high risk boys: What are juvenile offenders trying to tell us? Children and Society, 22, 16-28.
Harris, S., James, E.L. & Snow, P.C. (2008). Pre-discharge occupational therapy home visits: Towards an evidence-base. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 55(2), 85-95.
Douglas, J.M., Bracy, C.A. & Snow, P.C. (2007). Exploring the factor structure of the La Trobe Communication Questionnaire: Insights into the nature of communication deficits following traumatic brain injury. Aphasiology, 21(12), 1181 – 1194.
Powell, M.B. & Snow, P.C. (2007). Recommendations for eliciting a disclosure of abuse from a young child. Australian Police Journal, 61(2), 76-80.
Douglas, J.M., Bracy, C.A. & Snow, P.C. (2007). Measuring perceived communicative ability after traumatic brain injury: Reliability and discriminant validity of the La Trobe Communication Questionnaire. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 22(1), 31-38.
Powell, M.B. & Snow, P.C. (2007). Guide to questioning children during the free-narrative phase of an interview about abuse. Australian Psychologist, 42(1), 57-65.
Lewis, C., Dickson-Swift, V., Talbot, L., & Snow, P. (2007). Regional tertiary students and living away from home: A priceless experience that costs too much? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42(4), 531-547.
James, E.L., Graham, M., Snow, P.C., Ward, B. (2006). Teaching research and epidemiology to undergraduate students in the health sciences. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30(6), 575 – 578.
Ward, B., Snow, P., Munro, G., Graham, M. & Dickson-Swift, V. (2006). “It starts with the parents and ends with the parents” The attitudes, knowledge and practices of metropolitan parents in relation to teenage alcohol use. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 17(3), 20-28.
Snow, P. & Munro, G. (2006). Alcohol (mis)use in metropolitan amateur football clubs. Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 53(2), 7-11.
Perrin, B. & Snow, P. (2006). Foot-care confidence in people with diabetes. Australasian Journal of Podiatric Medicine, 40(1), 3-8. Jointly published in British Journal of Podiatry, 9(1), 95-99.
Agnew, S. E., Powell, M.B., & Snow, P.C. (2006). An examination of the questioning styles of police officers and caregivers when interviewing children with intellectual disabilities Legal & Criminological Psychology, 11(1), 35-53.
Graham, M., Ward, B., Munro, G., Snow, P. & Ellis, J. (2006). Rural parents, teenagers and alcohol: What are parents thinking? Rural and Remote Health, 6 (online), 383. Available from: http://rrh.deakin.edu.au
Snow, P.C. & Powell, M.B. (2005). What’s the story? An exploration of narrative language abilities in male juvenile offenders. Psychology, Crime and Law, 11(3) 239-253.
Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2004). Interviewing juvenile offenders: The importance of oral language competence. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16(2), 220-225.
Snow, P.C. & Powell, M.B. (2004). Developmental language disorders and adolescent risk: A public-health advocacy role for speech pathologists? International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 6(4), 221-229.
Toumbourou, J.W., Williams, I.R., White, V.M., Snow, P.C., Munro, G. & Schofield, P. (2004). Prediction of alcohol related harm from controlled drinking strategies and alcohol consumption trajectories. Addiction, 99(4), 498-508.
Snow, P.C & Bruce, D.D. (2003). Cigarette smoking in teenage girls: Exploring the role of peer reputations, self-concept, and coping. Health Education Research, 18(4), 439-452.
Toumbourou, J.W., Williams, I.R., Snow, P.C., White, V.M., (2003). Adolescent alcohol-use trajectories in the transition from high school. Drug and Alcohol Review, 22(2), 111-116.
Snow, P.C., Wallace, S.D., Staiger, P.K., & Stolz-Grobusch, B. (2003). “As long as it doesn’t spill over into class”. Harms arising from students’ alcohol use, and the role of policy in reducing them. International Journal of Drug Policy, 14(1), 5-16.
Thomson, M.B. & Snow, P.C. (2002). The written expression of children with reading disabilities: A comparison of written and dictated narratives. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 7(4), 13-19.
Midford, R., Munro, G., McBride, N., & Snow, P. (2002). Principles that underpin effective school-based drug education. Journal of Drug Education, 32(4), 363-386.
Snow, P., Wallace, S., & Munro, G. (2001). Drug education with special needs populations: Identifying and understanding the challenges. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 8(3), 261-273.
Humber, E. & Snow, P.C. (2001). The oral language skills of young offenders: A pilot investigation. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 8(1), 1-11.
Snow, P. (2000). Language disabilities, comorbid developmental disorders and risk for drug abuse in adolescence. Brain Impairment, 1(2), 165-176.
Snow, P., & Munro, G. (2000). Alcohol consumption in amateur Australian football clubs: Evidence from a rural region. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 10 (3), 237-243.
Snow, P.C. & Douglas, J.M. (2000). Conceptual and methodological challenges in discourse assessment with TBI speakers: Towards an understanding. Brain Injury, 14 (5), 397-415.
Douglas, J.M., O'Flaherty, C.A., & Snow, P.C. (2000). Measuring perception of communicative ability: The development and evaluation of the La Trobe Communication Questionnaire. Aphasiology, 14, 251-268.
Snow, P.C., Douglas, J.M., & Ponsford, J.L. (1999). Narrative discourse abilities following severe traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal study. Aphasiology, 13, (7), 529-551.
Snow, P., Douglas, J., & Ponsford, J. (1998). Conversational discourse abilities following severe traumatic brain injury: A follow-up study. Brain Injury,12, (11), 911-935.
Snow, P., Douglas, J., & Ponsford, J. (1997). Procedural discourse following traumatic brain injury. Aphasiology, 11, (10), 947-967.
Snow, P., Douglas, J., & Ponsford, J. (1997). Conversational assessment following traumatic brain injury: A comparison across two control groups. Brain Injury, 11 (6) 409-429.
Snow, P, Douglas, J. & Ponsford, J. (1995). Discourse assessment following traumatic brain injury: A pilot study examining some demographic and methodological issues. Aphasiology, 9, (4), 365-380.
Parsons, C. L., Lambier, J., Snow, P., Couch, D. & Mooney, L. (1989). Conversational skills in closed head injury: Part 1. Australian Journal of Human Communication Disorders, 17 (2), 37-46
Professional Journals (non-refereed)
Snow, P. (2014). Reading Recovery and Cassandra’s curse. Learning Disability Australia Bulletin, 46(3), 19-20.
Snow, P. (2013) Language competence: A hidden disability in antisocial behaviour. InPsych, June, 16-17.
Munro, G. & Snow, P. (2001). Knockers and wankers? Tackling alcohol in football clubs in rural Victoria. Health Education Australia, 1 (3), 10-12.
Snow, P., Douglas, J., & Ponsford, J. (1998). Assessing conversation in the traumatically brain injured speaker. Australian Communication Quarterly, Winter, 14-22.
Snow, P. (1987). The head injury epidemic. Law Institute Journal, July, 16 (7), 674-675.
Snow, P., & Ponsford, J. (2012). Assessing and managing impairment of consciousness following TBI. In J. Ponsford, S. Sloan & P. Snow Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living., 2nd edition (pp. 34-65). London: Psychology Press.
Snow, P. (2012). Assessing and managing changes in communication and interpersonal skills following traumatic brain injury. In J. Ponsford, S. Sloan & P. Snow Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living, 2nd edition (pp.133-163). London: Psychology Press.
Snow, P. C., Sanger, D.D. & Bryan, K. (2011). Listening to adolescents with speech, language and communication needs who are in contact with the youth justice system. In S. Roulstone, & S. McLeod, (Eds). Listening to children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (pp. 111-120). London: J&R Press.
Snow, P.C. (2009). Oral language competence and equity of access to education and health. In K. Bryan (Ed) Communication in Healthcare. Interdisciplinary Communication Studies Volume 1 (Series Editor: Colin B. Grant), (pp 101-134). Bern: Peter Lang European Academic Publishers.http://www.latrobe.edu.au/staff-profiles/editprofile.php?uname=pcsnow#_ftn2
James, E.L., Ward, B.M., Dickson-Swift, V.A., Kippen, S.A. & Snow, P.C. (2009). Best practice in research methods assessment: Opportunities to enhance student learning. In M. Garner, C.Wagner and B. Kawulich (Eds). Teaching Research Methods in Health Sciences (pp 139-149). Ashgate Publishing.
Meatheringham, B., Snow, P., Powell, M. & Fewster, M. (2007). Improving literacy for adult offenders. In S. Dawe (Ed) Vocational Education and Training for Adult Prisoners and Offenders: Research Readings (pp 177-203). SA: National Centre for Vocational Education Research.
Snow, P., & Douglas, J. (1999). Rehabilitating discourse after traumatic brain injury. In S. McDonald, L. Togher, & C. Code, (Eds.), Communication problems following traumatic brain injury (pp 271- 320). London: Psychology Press.
Snow, P., & Ponsford, J. (1995). Assessing and managing impairment of consciousness following TBI. In J. Ponsford with S. Sloan & P. Snow Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living (pp 33-64). London: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.
Snow, P., & Ponsford, J. (1995). Assessing and managing changes in communication and interpersonal skills following traumatic brain injury. In J. Ponsford with S. Sloan & P. Snow Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living (pp 137-164). London: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.
Snow, P. (1991). Fringe therapies in the management of brain damage. In: Ockham's Razor 3, (pp 21-26). ABC Enterprises: Crows Nest (Broadcast on ABC Radio National, September, 1990).
Mendes, P., Baidawi, S., & Snow, P.C. (2014). Good Practice in Reducing the Over-Representation of Care Leavers in the Youth Justice System: Leaving Care and Youth Justice. Phase Three Report. Melbourne, Vic: Monash University.
Mendes, P., Snow, P.C. & Baidawi, S. (2013). Young People Transitioning from Out-of-Home Care in Victoria: Strengthening Support Services for Dual Clients of Child Protection and Youth Justice. Phase Two Report. Melbourne: Monash University.
Mendes, P., Snow, P.C. & Broadley, K. (2013). Young People with a Disability Leaving State Care: Issues, Challenges, and Directions. Melbourne: Monash University.
Mendes, P., Snow, P., & Baidawi, S. (2012). Young People Transitioning From Out-Of-Home Care in Victoria: Strengthening Support Services for Dual Clients of Child Protection and Youth Justice. Melbourne: Monash University.
Snow, P.C. (2011). Oral Language Supporting Early Literacy: Evaluation Report on the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria’s Literacy and Numeracy in Low SES Communities Pilot Project (Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations). Melbourne: Monash University.
Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2011). Oral Language Competence and Interpersonal Violence: Exploring Links in Incarcerated Young Males. Report to the Criminology Research Council on CRC Project 10/08-09. Clayton: Monash University.
Ward, B. & Snow, P. (2010). Parents, Parties, and Adolescent Alcohol Use. Report prepared for the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Clayton: Monash University.
Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2007). Getting the story in forensic interviews with child witnesses: Applying a story grammar framework. Report to the Criminology Research Council, Australian Institute of Criminology, on Project 04/04/05.
The Nuffield Foundation Speech and Language Review Group (2007). The Interaction Between Behaviour and Speech and Language Difficulties: Does Intervention for one Affect Outcomes in Another? The EPPI Centre, Institute of Education, London.
Fraser, C. & Snow, P. (2007). Collaborative Family Practice Project. Evaluation Report. Centre for Rural Mental Health, Monash University, Bendigo.
Ward, B., Snow, P., Graham, M., Munro, G., & Dickson-Swift, V. (2005). “It starts with parents and it ends with parents”. The attitudes, knowledge and practices of parents in relation to teenage alcohol use: A metropolitan study. Bendigo, Victoria: La Trobe University.
Snow, P. & Powell, M. (2002). The language processing and production skills of young offenders: Implications for enhancing prevention and intervention strategies. Report to the Criminology Research Council, Australian Institute of Criminology, on Project 23/00-01.
Cisternino, H. & Snow, P. (2001). We don’t want a room full of smoke and drunks: A progress report on the good Sports Accreditation Program Pilot clubs. December 2001: Centre for Youth Drug Studies: Australian Drug Foundation.
Midford, R., Munro, G., McBride, N., & Snow, P. (2001). Review of the Principles for Drug Education. Project commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, as part of the National School Drug Education Strategy.
Snow, P. (2001). Good Sports Accreditation Program. Report on Pilot Project. Melbourne: Centre for Youth Drug Studies, Australian Drug Foundation.
Murnane, A., Smith, A., Crompton, L., Snow, P., & Munro, G. (2000). Beyond Perceptions: A Report on Alcohol and Other Drug use by Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Communities in Victoria. Melbourne: Australian Drug Foundation. ISBN: 08 5809 0627
Roche, A.M., Snow, P.C., Duff, C., Crosbie, D., & Lunnay, B. (2005). The Future of Drinking. A Report on the Conference Thinking Drinking: Achieving Cultural Change by 2020. Melbourne: Australian Drug Foundation.
Loxley, W., Toumbourou, J.W., Stockwell, T., Haines et al. With contributions by Carruthers, S., Chikritzhs, Lenton, S., Midford, R., Snow, P. & Spooner, C. (2004). The Prevention of Substance Use, Risk and Harm in Australia: A Review of the Evidence. Canberra: Ministerial Council on Drugs Strategy.
2015: ARC Linkage Project (LP150100528). Title of Project: Lost in Transition: supporting young people with complex support needs. This project will be administered from UNSW, where the first-named CI is based. $390K over 3 years. Industry partners: Jesuit Social Services, Community Living Assoc. Inc., and Dept. of Family and Community Services - Ageing and Disability and Home Care.
2013: ARC Linkage Project (LP13010030). Title of Project: Improving children’s language, literacy, and mental health: Evaluating the impact of the Classroom Promotion of Oral Language (CPOL) approach. ($570,000 over 4 years). This grant was augmented by a further grant of $250,000 from the Ian Potter Foundation. The Linkage Project represents a collaboration between the University of Melbourne, Monash University (I am the 2nd named CI), the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, and Deakin University. The industry partners are the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria and the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
2012: New South Wales Juvenile Justice (Department of the Attorney General). Title of project: The oral language skills of young offenders in New South Wales. Contract research.