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Hoicka, Elena, Powell, Stephanie, ROSE, Sarah, Reindle, Eva and Tennie, Claudio (2023) The Early Independent Problem Solving Survey (EIPSS): Its Psychometric Properties in Children Aged 12-47 Months. Cognitive Development, 68. ISSN 1879-226X

ROSE, Sarah and BARLOW, Claire (2023) The impact of relative age effects on psychosocial development: A systematic review. British Journal of Educational Psychology.. e12630. ISSN 2044-8279

Taylor, Jenna, ROSE, Sarah and OWEN, Alison (2023) Effects of viewing body positive quotes on body satisfaction, appreciation and self- objectification. Psychological Studies. ISSN 0974-9861

ROSE, Sarah, Gears, Annabel and TAYLOR, Jennifer (2022) What are parents’ and children’s co-constructed views on mobile phone use and policies in school? Children and Society. ISSN 1099-0860

Lewis, L, POVEY, Rachel, ROSE, Sarah, COWAP, Lisa, Semper, Heather, Carey, Alexis, Bishop, Julie and CLARK-CARTER, David (2021) What behavior change techniques are associated with effective interventions to reduce screen time in 0-5 year olds? A narrative systematic review. Preventive Medicine Reports. p. 101429. ISSN 2211-3355

ROSE, Sarah, Lamont, Alexandra and Reyland, Nicholas (2021) Watching television in a home environment: effects on children’s attention, problem solving and comprehension. Media Psychology. ISSN 1521-3269

ROSE, Sarah and Lomas, Megan (2020) The Potential of a Mindfulness-Based Colouring Intervention to Reduce Test-Anxiety in Adolescents. Mind, Brain and Education. ISSN 1751-228X

VIVALDI, Romina, JOLLEY, Richard and ROSE, Sarah (2020) From Mind to Picture: A Systematic Review on Children’s and Adolescents’ Understanding of the Link between Artists and Pictures. Developmental Review. ISSN 0273-2297

ROSE, Sarah and JOLLEY, Richard (2019) Children’s Creative Intentions: Where do the ideas for their drawings come from? Journal of Creative Behaviour. pp. 1-13. ISSN 2162-6057

VIVALDI, Romina and ROSE, Sarah (2019) Drawing Gender Stereotypes: British and Argentinian Children’s Graphic Representations of ‘Female’ and ‘Male’ Occupations. In: The British Psychological Society's Annual Meeting: The Psychological Impact of Inequality, May 1st - May 2nd, 2019, Harrogate, UK.

Aldridge, Grace and ROSE, Sarah (2018) Young children’s interpretation of dog’s emotions and their intentions to approach happy, angry and frightened dogs. Anthrozoös. ISSN 1753-0377 (In Press)

Ali, Nadia, Ahmed, Lubna and ROSE, Sarah (2017) Identifying predictors of students' perception of and engagement with assessment feedback. Active Learning in Higher Education. ISSN 1469-7874

ROSE, Sarah and JOLLEY, Richard (2016) Drawing Development in Mainstream and Waldorf Steiner Schools Revisited. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 10 (4). ISSN 1931-3896

Ali, Nadia, ROSE, Sarah and Ahmed, Lubna (2014) Psychology students’ perception of and engagement with feedback as a function of year of study. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 40 (4). pp. 574-586. ISSN 0260-2938

ROSE, Sarah, JOLLEY, Richard and Charman, Amy (2012) An investigation of the expressive and representational drawing development in National Curriculum, Steiner, and Montessori schools. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 6 (1). pp. 83-95. ISSN 1931-3896

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