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Best, Rachel M.; Dockrell, Julie E. and Braisby, Nicholas (2006). Lexical acquisition in elementary science classes. Journal of Educational Psychology, 98(4) pp. 824–838.

Burkitt, E. and Barnett, N. (2006). The Effects of Brief and Elaborate Mood Induction Procedures on the Size of Young Children’s Drawings. Educational Psychology, 26(1) pp. 93–108. file

Burkitt, Esther; Barrett, Martyn and Davis, Alyson (2004). The effect of affective characterizations on the use of size and colour in drawings produced by children in the absence of a model. Educational Psychology, 24(3) pp. 315–343. file

Crafter, Sarah and Maunder, Rachel (2012). Understanding transitions using a sociocultural framework. Educational and Child Psychology, 29(1) pp. 10–18. file

Edmunds, Robert and Richardson, John T. E. (2009). Conceptions of learning, approaches to studying and personal development in UK higher education. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 79(2) pp. 295–309.

Evans, Carol; Richardson, John T. E. and Waring, Michael (2013). Field independence: Reviewing the evidence. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 83 pp. 210–224.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Coyne, Emily; Stiller, James and Heath, Emily (2008). Variability in children's early reading strategies. Educational Psychology, 28(6) pp. 643–661.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Stash, Amanda and Stiller, James (2008). Monitoring variability and change in children's spelling strategies. Educational Psychology, 28(2) pp. 133–149.

Farrington-Flint, Lee and Wood, Clare (2007). The role of lexical analogies in beginning reading: insights from children's self-reports. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99(2) pp. 326–338. file

Holliman, Andrew J.; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). The contribution of sensitivity to speech rhythm and non-speech rhythm to early reading development. Educational Psychology, 30(3) pp. 247–267.

Holliman, Andrew J.; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Does speech rhythm sensitivity predict children's reading ability 1 year later? Journal of Educational Psychology, 102(2) pp. 356–366.

Keogh, Teresa; Barnes, Peter; Joiner, Richard and Littleton, Karen (2000). Gender, pair composition and computer versus paper presentations of an english language task. Educational Psychology, 20(1) pp. 33–44.

McCormick, Robert (2001). Learning and the use of ICT in the classroom. Educational and Child Psychology, 18(3)

Megalakiki, Olga; Craft, Anna and Cremin, Teresa (2012). The nature of creativity: cognitive and confluence perspectives. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 10(3) pp. 1035–1056. file

Messer, David; Dockrell, Julie E. and Murphy, Nicola (2004). Relation between naming and literacy in children with Word-finding difficulties. Journal of Educational Psychology, 96(3) 462 -470.

Murphy, Suzanne M. and Tyler, Sheila (2005). The relationship between learning approaches to part-study of management courses, and transfer of learning to the workplace. Educational Psychology, 25(5) pp. 455–469.

O'Dell, L. (2003). Distinctly different? Descriptions of the sexually abused and 'non abused' child. Educational and Child Psychology, 20(1) pp. 22–33.

Price, Linda (2004). Individual differences in learning: cognitive control, cognitive style and learning style. Educational Psychology, 24(5) pp. 681–698.

Remedios, Richard and Richardson, John T. E. (2013). Achievement goals in adult learners: evidence from distance education. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 83(4) pp. 664–685.

Richardson, John T. E. (2004). Methodological issues in questionnaire-based research on student learning in higher education. Educational Psychology Review, 16(4) pp. 347–358.

Richardson, John T. E. (2006). Investigating the relationship between variations in students' perceptions of their academic environment and variations in study behaviour in distance education. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 76(4) pp. 867–893.

Richardson, John T. E. (2007). Mental models of learning in distance education. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 77(2) pp. 253–270.

Richardson, John T. E. (2005). Students’ approaches to learning and teachers’ approaches to teaching in higher education. Educational Psychology, 25(6) pp. 673–680.

Richardson, John T. E. (2010). Conceptions of learning and approaches to studying among White and ethnic minority students in distance education. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 80(4) pp. 535–556.

Richardson, John T. E. (2011). The academic engagement of white and ethnic minority students in distance education. Educational Psychology, 31 pp. 123–139.

Richardson, John T. E. and Woodley, Alan (2001). Perceptions of academic quality among students with a hearing loss in distance education. Journal of Educational Psychology, 93(3) pp. 563–570.

Richardson, Ken and Norgate, Sarah (2005). The equal environments assumption of classical twin studies may not hold. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 75(3) pp. 339–350.

Wood, Clare (2004). Do levels of pre-school alphabetic tuition affect the development of phonological awareness and early literacy? Educational Psychology, 24(1) pp. 3–11.

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