SOME RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Pine, K. J., Howlett, N., Reeves, L. M., & Fletcher , B. (2012). Giving cognition a helping hand: The effects of congruent gestures on object name retrieval. In press. British Journal of Psychology.
Huttunen, K., Pine, K. J., Thurnham, A, & Khan, C. (2012). The changing role of
gesture in linguistic development: a developmental trajectory and a cross-cultural comparison between British and Finnish children. In press, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research.
PINE K J & Fletcher B C (2011). Women’s spending behaviour is menstrual cycle sensitive. Personality and Individual Differences, 50,1 . 74-78
PINE, K.J., Gurney, D. & Fletcher, B. (C). (2010). The semantic specificity hypothesis: When gestures do not depend upon the presence of a listener, Journal of Nonverbal Behaviour.34, 3, p.169. DOI: 10.1007/s10919-010-0089-7
PINE, K. J. (2010). Seeking an alternative to medication for treating ADHD:
Is EEG Biofeedback the answer? Every Child Journal, 1, 4, pp. 29-32.
Fletcher, B. (C), Hanson, J., Page, N. C., & PINE, K.J. (2010) Increasing behavioural flexibility leads to sustained weight loss. In press. Swiss Journal of Psychology.
Howlett, N. R., Kirk, E. S. & PINE, K. J. (2010) Does ‘Wanting the Best’ Create More Stress? The Link Between Baby Sign Classes and Maternal Anxiety. Infant and Child Development.DOI: 10.1002/icd.705
Kirk, E. & PINE, K. J. (2010). I hear what you say but I see what you mean: The role of gestures in children’s pragmatic comprehension. In press. Language and Cognitive Processes. DOI: 10.1080/01690961003752348
Pine, K. J., Knott, T., & Fletcher B. (C). (2010) Teaching concept-salient gestures to children leads to learning gains. Enfance, 03, 355-368. http://www.necplus.eu/repo_A24CVAFn
PINE, K.J. (2009) Consumer kids: How TV advertisers get into the minds of children. Pediatrics for Parents, 25, 7/8, 17-18.
PINE, K.J., & Fletcher, B. (C). (2009). The tendency of pre-school children to count discrete physical objects, Educational Psychology.29, 7, 801 — 813
Pine, K. J. (2009). Consumer Kids: How TV Advertisers Get Into the Minds of Children, Pediatrics for Parents, 257/8, pp.17-18
Nash, A. S., PINE, K.J., & Messer, D. J. (2009). Television alcohol advertising: do children really mean what they say? British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27, 85-144.
Messer, D. J., PINE, K.J. & Butler, (2008). Children’s Cognitive Structures : Consistency or adaptability in cross-situational assessments? Learning and Instruction,18, 1, 41-53
PINE, K. J. Bird, H. & Kirk, E. (2007). The effects of prohibiting gestures on children's lexical retrieval ability. Developmental Science, 10, 6, 747-754.
PINE, K. J., Lufkin, N., & Messer, D. J. (2007). A microgenetic analysis of the relationship between speech and gesture in children: Evidence for semantic and temporal asynchrony. Language and Cognitive Processes 22,. 2, 234 – 246
PINE, K. J., Wilson, P. & Nash, A. S., (2007). The relationship between television advertising, children's viewing and their requests to Father Christmas. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 28 (6):456 - 461
Flynn, E., PINE, K.J. & Lewis, C. (2007). Using the microgenetic method to investigate cognitive development: An introduction. Infant and Child Development, 15, 1-6.
Critten, S., PINE, K. J. & Steffler, D. (2007). Spelling development in young children: a case of Representational Redescription? Journal of Educational Psychology, 99 1, 207 -220
Messer, D. J., PINE, K.J. & Butler, C. (2007). Children’s Cognitive Structures : Consistency or adaptability in cross-situational assessments? Learning and Instruction in press
Fletcher, B. (C), PINE, K. J., Woodbridge,Z, Nash, A. (2007). How visual images of chocolate affect the craving and guilt of female dieters. Appetite, 48, 211-217.
Fletcher, B. (C), & PINE, K. J. (2006). Read my hands not my lips: Untrained observers’ ability to interpret children’s gestures. Semiotica, 158, 1, 4.
Flynn, E. PINE, K. J. & Lewis, C. (2006) The microgenetic method: Time for change? The Psychologist, 19, 3, 152 – 155.
PRE-2006 PUBLICATIONS CAN BE FOUND ON THE UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE ARCHIVE PAGES