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Items where Subject is "BF712-724.85 Developmental psychology"

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Bell, Beth T., Cassarly, Jennifer A. and Dunbar, Lucy (2018) Selfie-Objectification: Self-Objectification and Positive Feedback (“Likes”) are Associated with Frequency of Posting Sexually Objectifying Self-Images on Social Media. Body Image, 26. pp. 83-89.

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Davis, Paige E. (2017) How children develop a sense of humour. The Conversation.

Davis, Paige E. (2018) How imaginary friends could boost children’s development. The Conversation.

Davis, Paige E., Kola-Palmer, Susanna, Stain, Helen and Webster, Lisa (2018) Materialism in Play: Imaginary Companions Versus Personified Objects and their relations to Later Self-talk. In: Childhood and Materiality, 7–9 May 2018, Jyväskylä, Finland. (Unpublished)

Davis, Paige E., Meins, Elizabeth and Fernyhough, Charles (2014) Children with Imaginary Companions Focus on Mental Characteristics When Describing Their Real-Life Friends. Infant and Child Development, 23 (6). pp. 622-633.

Davis, Paige E., Meins, Elizabeth and Fernyhough, Charles (2013) Individual differences in children’s private speech: The role of imaginary companions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116 (3). pp. 561-571.

Davis, Paige E., Meins, Elizabeth and Fernyhough, Charles (2011) Self-knowledge in childhood: Relations with children's imaginary companions and understanding of mind. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29 (3). pp. 680-686.

Davis, Paige E., Simon, Haley, Meins, Elizabeth and Robins, Diana L. (2018) Imaginary Companions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 48 (8). pp. 2790-2799.

Davis, Paige E., Webster, Lisa, Stain, Helen and Kola-Palmer, Susanna (2018) Adult report of imaginary companion play in childhood and its relation to concurrent prodromal symptom report. In: Personification Across Disciplines, 17-19th September, 2018, Durham, England. (Unpublished)

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Macklin, Anna, Noret, Nathalie and Streatfield, Nicholas (2017) Are bystander intervention programmes effective at tackling sexual violence in emerging adults? In: BPS Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference, 13-15 September, 2017, Crowne Plaza, Stratford Upon Avon. (Unpublished)

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Noret, Nathalie, Hunter, Simon and Rasmussen, Susan (2018) The relationship between peer-victimization, cognitive appraisals, and adjustment: A systematic review. Journal of School Violence.

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Taylor, Lauren and Macklin, Anna (2017) Drawing as an encoding strategy in young children. In: BPS Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference, 13-15 September, 2017, Stratford Upon Avon. (Unpublished)

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