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Foot, Hugh and Thomson, James and Tolmie, Andrew and Whelan, Kirstie and Morrison, Sheila and Sarvary, Penelope (2006) Children's understanding of drivers' intentions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24. pp. 681-700. ISSN 0261-510X

Thomson, James and Tolmie, Andrew and Foot, Hugh and Whelan, Kirstie and Sarvary, Penelope and Morrison, Sheila (2005) Influence of virtual reality training on the roadside crossing judgments of child pedestrians. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 11. pp. 175-186. ISSN 1076-898X

Tolmie, Andrew and Thomson, James and Foot, Hugh and Whelan, Kirstie and Morrison, Sheila and Sarvary, Penelope (2005) Crossroads: Practical Problem-Solving for Novice Pedestrians. Department for Transport: Crossroads: Practical Problem-Solving for Novice Pedestrians

Tolmie, Andrew and Thomson, James and Foot, Hugh and Whelan, Kirstie and Morrison, Sheila and McLaren, Brian (2005) The effects of adult guidance and peer discussion on the development of children's representations: evidence from the training of pedestrian skills. British Journal of Psychology, 96. pp. 181-204. ISSN 0007-1269

Foot, Hugh and Tolmie, Andrew and Thomson, James and Whelan, Kirstie and Morrison, Sheila and Sarvary, Penelope (2003) Computer support for collaborative learning of child pedestrian skills. In: Co-operative Learning: The Social and Intellectual Outcomes of Learning in Groups. RoutledgeFalmer, London, pp. 177-195. ISBN 978-0-415-30341-5 (paperback) 978-0-415-30340-8 (hardback) 978-

Tolmie, Andrew and Thomson, James and Foot, Hugh and Whelan, Kirstie and Sarvary, Penelope and Morrison, Sheila and Towner, Elizabeth and Burkes, Matthew and Wu, Changming (2003) Training Children in Safe Use of Designated Crossings. [Report]

Tolmie, Andrew and Thomson, James and Foot, Hugh and Whelan, Kirstie and Sarvary, Penelope and Morrison, Sheila (2002) Development and Evaluation of a Computer-Based Pedestrian Training Resource for Children Aged 5 to 11 Years. [Report]

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