Burkitt, E., Watling, D., & Cocks, F. (2019). Mixed emotion experiences for self or another person in adolescence. Journal of Adolescence, 75, 63-72. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2019.07.004
Burkitt, E., Watling, D., & Message, H. (2019). Expressivity in children’s drawings of themselves for adult audiences with varied authority and familiarity. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 354-368. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjdp.12278
Nesbit, R. J., & Watling, D. (2019). The role of audience familiarity and activity outcome in children’s understanding of disclaimers. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 37(2), 230-246. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjdp.12269
Damaskinou, N. & Watling, D. (2018). Neurophysiological evidence (ERPs) for hemispheric processing of facial expressions of emotions: Evidence from whole face and chimeric face stimuli. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 23, 318-343. DOI: 10.1080/1357650X.2017.1361963
Cage, E., Di Monaco, J. & Newell, V. (2018). Experiences of autism acceptance and mental health in autistic adults. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 48, 473-484. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-017-3342-7
Watling, D., & Damaskinou, N. (2018, in press). Children’s Facial Emotion Recognition Skills: Longitudinal Associations With Lateralization for Emotion Processing. Child Development, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13188
Burkitt, E., & Watling, D. (2016). How do children who understand mixed emotion represent them in freehand drawings of themselves and others? Educational Psychology, 36 (5), 935-955. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01443410.2015.1044942
Cage, E., Bird, G., & Pellicano, E. (2016). “I am who I am”: Reputation concerns in adolescents on the autism spectrum. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 25, 12- 23.
Cage, E., Bird, G., & Pellicano, E. (2016). Reputation management in children on the autism spectrum. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46 (12), 3798-3811
James, A. (2nd March, 2016). How do children learn to form social bonds? The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/how-do-children-learn-toform-social-bonds-55192
Leman, P., Skipper, Y., Watling, D., & Rutland, A. (2016). Conceptual change in science is facilitated through peer collaboration for boys but not girls. Child Development, 87 (1), 176-183. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cdev.12481
Bourne, V. & Watling, D. (2015). Individual differences in emotion lateralisation and the processing of emotional information arising from social interactions. Laterality, 20, 95-111.
Cowie, H. & James, A. (2015, in press). Peer support in England, Japan and South Korea. In Smith, P. K., Toda, Y. & Kwak, K. (eds.), Reducing bullying and cyberbullying in schools – Eastern and Western Perspectives. Cambridge University Press.
Watling, D. (2015). Children’s judgements of social withdrawal behaviours. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 33, 180-182.
Hine, B., & Leman, P.J. (2014). Gender and children’s and adolescents’ judgments about prosocial behaviour. In P.J. Leman & H.R. Tenenbaum (Eds), Gender Development. Oxford, UK: Psychology Press. ISBN 13: 9781848721135 ISBN 10: 1848721137
James, A. (2014). Cross-age mentoring to support A-level pupils’ transition into Higher Education and undergraduate students’ employability. Psychology Teaching Review, 20(2), 77.
James, A., Smith, P. K. & Radford, L. (2014). Becoming grown-ups: a qualitative study of the experiences of peer mentors. Pastoral Care in Education, 32(2), 104-115.
Leman, P.J. (2014). Developing Together. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 32(1), 1-2. DOI: 10.1111/bjdp.12035
Leman, P.J. & Tenenbaum, H.R. (2014). “Introduction”. In P. J. Leman & H. R. Tenenbaum (Eds). Gender and development. Oxford, UK: Psychology Press. ISBN 13: 9781848721135 ISBN 10: 1848721137
Leman, P.J. & Tenenbaum, H.R. (Eds) (2014). Gender and Development. Oxford, UK: Psychology Press. ISBN 13: 9781848721135; ISBN 10: 1848721137
Michelson, D., Ben-Zion, I., James, A., Draper, L. & Day, C. (2014). ‘Living With Teenagers’: feasibility study of a peer-led parenting intervention for socially disadvantaged families with adolescent children. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
Burkitt, E. & Watling, D. (2013). The impact of audience age and familiarity on children’s drawings of themselves in contrasting affective states. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37(3), 222-234.
Cage, E., Pellicano, E., Shah, P., & Bird, G. (2013). Reputation management: Evidence for ability but reduced propensity in autism. Autism Research, 6 (5), 433 – 442.
James, A., Cowie, H. & Toda, Y. (2013). ピア・サポート. In Yamasaki, K., Toda, Y. & Watanabe, Y. (eds.), 世界の学校予防教育. Tokyo, J: Kaneko Shobo.
Leman, P.J. & Cinnirella, M. (2013). Cognitive closure and beliefs in conspiracy theories. Frontiers in Psychological Science, 4(378), 1-10. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00378
Leman, P.J., Ben-Hmeda, M., Cox, J., Loucas, C., Seltzer-Eade, S. & Hine, B. (2013). Normativity and friendship choices among ethnic majority- and minority-group children. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37, 202-210.
Watling, D. & Bourne, V. (2013). Sex differences in the relationship between children’s emotional expression discrimination and their developing hemispheric lateralization. Developmental Neuropsychology, 38(7), 496-506.
Bourne, V., Watling, D., & Workman, L. (Eds.) (2012). Emotion lateralisation through the lifespan. Laterality, 17(4).
Douglas, K.M., & Skipper, Y. (2012). Subtle linguistic variation in feedback. In R.M. Sutton, M. Hornsey & K.M. Douglas (Eds.), Feedback: The communication of praise, criticism and advice. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
James, A. (2012). The use and impact of peer support schemes in secondary schools in the UK, and a comparison with use in Japan and South Korea (doctoral dissertation).
Leman, P.J., Bremner, A., Parke, R.D. & Gauvain, M. (2012). Developmental Psychology. London, UK: McGraw-Hill. ISBN-13: 978-007712616-2; ISBN-10: 007712616-5.
Skipper, Y., & Douglas, K.M. (2012). Is no praise good praise? Effects of positive feedback on children’s responses to subsequent failures. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 82(2), 327-399. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-8279.2011.02028.x
Watling, D. & Banerjee, R. (2012). Children’s understanding of disclaimers. Social Cognition, 30(1), 18-36.
Watling, D., Workman, L. & Bourne, V. (2012). Emotion lateralisation: Developments throughout the lifespan. Laterality, 17(4), 389-411.
Banerjee, R., Watling, D., & Caputi, M. (2011). Peer relations and the understanding of faux pas: Longitudinal evidence for bidirectional associations. Child Development, 82(6), 1887-1905.
Burkitt, E., Watling, D., & Murray, L. (2011). Children’s drawings of significant figures for a peer or an adult audience. Infant and Child Development, 20, 466-473.
Leman, P.J. & Tenenbaum, H.R. (2011). Practising gender: Children’s relationships and the development of gendered behaviour and beliefs. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29(2), 153-157. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-835X.2011.02032.x
Leman, P.J., Macedo, A.P., Bluschke, A., Hudson, L., Rawlings, C. & Wright, H. (2011). The influence of gender and ethnicity on children’s peer collaborations. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29, 131-137. doi: 10.1348/026151010X526344
2001 – 2010
Banerjee, R., & Watling, D. (2010). Self-presentational features in childhood social anxiety. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24(1), 34-41.
Doering, A. (2010). Assessing children’s values: An exploratory study. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 28, 564-577.
Doering, A., Blauensteiner, A., Aryus, K., Droegekamp, L. & Bilsky, W. (2010). Assessing values at an early age: The Picture-Based Value Survey for Children. Journal of Personality Assessment, 92, 439-448.
James, A. (2010). Research Briefing: School Bullying. NSPCC Inform.
James, A., Smith, P. K. & Radford, L. (2010). Proceedings of the II Congress on Community Life at School: What impact does peer support have on school climate? Findings from a 4 month case study of an English secondary school.
Leman, P.J., & Bjornberg, M. (2010). Conversation, development, and gender: A study of changes in children’s concepts of punishment . Child Development, 81(3), 958-972.
Leman, P.J. (2010). Gender, collaboration and children’s learning. In K. Littleton & C. Howe (Eds.), Educational dialogues: understanding and promoting effective interaction. Oxford, UK: Taylor & Francis.
Leman P.J. (2010). Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology: Conversation or Collaboration? Commentary on J.A. Castorina, “The Ontogenesis of Social Representations: A Dialectic Perspective”. Papers on Social Representations, 191-198.
Leman P.J., & Ikoko T. (2010). Interruption in women’s conversations: Effects of context in ethnic majority and minority group interactions. Psychology of Language & Communication, 14(1), 61-70.
Skipper, Y. (2010). Sharing Information and Engaging with Parents: A Review of Learning Establishments Internationally. Report for the Scottish Government, Education Analytical Services.
Tickner, S., Leman, P.J. & Woodcock, A. (2010). Design and validation of the Satisfaction with Immunisation Service Questionnaire (SwISQ). Vaccine, 28(36), 5883-5890. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2010.06.055
Tickner, S., Leman, P.J., & Woodcock, A. (2010). Parents’ views about preschool immunisation: an interview study in southern England. Child: Care, Health & Development, 36(2), 190-197.
Tickner, S., Leman, P.J., & Woodcock, A. (2010). The Immunisation Beliefs and Intentions Measure (IBIM): Predicting parents’ intentions to immunise preschool children. Vaccine, 28(19), 3350-3362.
Lam, V.L., & Leman, P.J. (2009). Children’s gender- and ethnicity-based reasoning about foods. Social Development, 18(2), 478-496.
Leman, P.J., Keller, M., Takezawa, M., & Gummerum, M. (2009). Children’s and adolescents’ decisions about distributing money to others. Social Development, 18(3), 711-727.
Leman, P.J., & Lam, V. (2008). The influence of race and gender on children’s conversations and playmate choices. Child Development, 79(5), 1329-1343.
Davis S., Leman P.J., & Barrett, M. (2007). Children’s implicit and explicit ethnic group attitudes, ethnic group identification, and self-esteem. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31(5), 514-525.
Leman, P.J. (2007). The Born Conspiracy. New Scientist, 2612, 35-37.
Leman, P.J., & Cinnirella, M. (2007). A major event has a major cause: Evidence for the role of heuristics in reasoning about conspiracy theories. Social Psychological Review, 9(2), 18-28.
Leman, P.J., & Watling, D. (2007). Scapegoating and classroom dynamics: perspectives on the significance of social groups . European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 4(4), 400-404.
Tickner, S., Leman, P.J., & Woodcock, A. (2007). ‘It’s just the normal thing to do’: Exploring parental decision-making about the five-in-one vaccine. Vaccine, 25(42), 7399-7409.
Watling, D., & Banerjee, R. (2007). Children’s understanding of modesty in front of peer and adult audiences. Infant and Child Development, 16(3), 227-236.
Watling, D., & Banerjee, R. (2007). Children’s differentiation between ingratiation and self-promotion. Social Development, 16(4), 758-776.
Watling, D., & Bourne, V.J. (2007). Linking children’s neuropsychological processing of emotion with their knowledge of emotion expression regulation. Laterality, 12(5), 381-396.
Tickner S., Leman P.J., & Woodcock, A. (2006). Factors underlying suboptimal childhood immunisation. Vaccine, 24(49), 7030-7036.
Banerjee, R., & Watling, D. (2005). Children’s understanding of faux pas: Associations with peer relations. Hellenic Journal of Psychology: Special Issue on Theory of Mind, 2, 27-45. Download
Leman P.J. (2005). Authority and moral reasons: parenting style and children’s perceptions of adult rule justifications. International Journal of Behavioural Development, 29(4), 265-270.
Leman P.J., Ahmed S., & Ozarow L. (2005). Gender, gender relations, and the social dynamics of children’s conversations. Developmental Psychology, 41(1), 64-74.
Watling, D. (2005). Contributions to Section 4: Developmental Psychology. In G. Davey (Eds.), Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Psychology. London, UK: Hodder Arnold.