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Tenenbaum, HR, Ford, S and Alkhedairy, B (2011) Telling stories: Gender differences in peers' emotion talk and communication style British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29 (4). pp. 707-721.

Leman, PJ and Tenenbaum, HR (2011) Practising gender: Children's relationships and the development of gendered behaviour and beliefs British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29 (2). pp. 153-157.

Aldrich, NJ, Tenenbaum, HR, Brooks, PJ, Harrison, K and Sines, J (2011) Perspective taking in children's narratives about jealousy British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29 (1). pp. 86-109.

Fox, C, Buchanan-Barrow, E and Barrett, MD (2010) Children’s conceptions of mental illness: A naïve theory approach. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28 (3). pp. 603-625.

Simonds, LM, Demetre, JD and Read, C (2009) Relationships between magical thinking, obsessive-compulsiveness and other forms of anxiety in a sample of non-clinical children British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27 (2). pp. 457-471.

Tenenbaum, HR, Alfieri, L, Brooks, PJ and Dunne, G (2008) The effects of explanatory conversations on children's emotion understanding British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26 (2). pp. 249-263.

Barrett, M (2007) 25 years of publishing! British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 25. pp. 1-2.

Tarry, H and Emler, N (2007) Attitudes, values and moral reasoning as predictors of delinquency British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 25. pp. 169-183.

Emler, N and Tarry, H (2007) Clutching at straws: Is it time to abandon the moral judgment deficit explanation for delinquency? British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 25. pp. 191-195.

Franklin, A and Davies, IRL (2004) New evidence for infant colour categories British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22. pp. 349-377.

Coyle, A and Walton, C (2004) Why performances of accountability and normative heterosexual masculinity do not constitute 'maturity' British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22. pp. 515-519.

Barrett, M (2003) Editorial British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 21. pp. 311-313.

Barrett, M, Wilson, H and Lyons, E (2003) The development of national in-group bias: English children's attributions of characteristics to English, American and German people British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 21. pp. 193-220.

Burkitt, E, Barrett, M and Davis, A (2003) The effect of affective characterizations on the size of children's drawings British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 21. pp. 565-583.

Davies, I and Franklin, A (2002) Categorical similarity may affect colour pop-out in infants after all British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20. pp. 185-203.

Moore, DG, Hobson, RP and Lee, A (1997) Components of person perception: An investigation with autistic, non-autistic retarded and typically developing children and adolescents British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 15 (4). pp. 401-423.

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