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Alison Pike
Alison Pike
Reader in Psychology, University of Sussex
Verified email at sussex.ac.uk
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Household chaos–links with parenting and child behaviour
J Coldwell, A Pike, J Dunn
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47 (11), 1116-1122, 2006
3952006
Family environment and adolescent depressive symptoms and antisocial behavior: A multivariate genetic analysis.
A Pike, S McGuire, EM Hetherington, D Reiss, R Plomin
Developmental Psychology 32 (4), 590, 1996
3911996
Do risk factors for problem behaviour act in a cumulative manner? An examination of ethnic minority and majority children through an ecological perspective
N Atzaba‐Poria, A Pike, K Deater‐Deckard
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 45 (4), 707-718, 2004
3802004
Sibling relationships in early/middle childhood: links with individual adjustment.
A Pike, J Coldwell, JF Dunn
Journal of Family Psychology 19 (4), 523, 2005
3622005
Nonshared environmental influences on individual differences in early behavioral development: A monozygotic twin differences study
K Asbury, JF Dunn, A Pike, R Plomin
Child development 74 (3), 933-943, 2003
2382003
Chaos in the home and socioeconomic status are associated with cognitive development in early childhood: Environmental mediators identified in a genetic design
SA Petrill, A Pike, T Price, R Plomin
Intelligence 32 (5), 445-460, 2004
2222004
Environmental risk and young children’s cognitive and behavioral development
A Pike, AC Iervolino, TC Eley, TS Price, R Plomin
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (1), 55-66, 2006
1902006
Maternal scaffolding behavior: links with parenting style and maternal education.
A Carr, A Pike
Developmental psychology 48 (2), 543, 2012
1792012
Nonshared environmental processes in social‐emotional development: An observational study of identical twin differences in the preschool period
K Deater‐Deckard, A Pike, SA Petrill, AL Cutting, C Hughes, TG O’Connor
Developmental Science 4 (2), F1-F6, 2001
1682001
Using MZ differences in the search for nonshared environmental effects
A Pike, D Reiss, EM Hetherington, R Plomin
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 37 (6), 695-704, 1996
1571996
Importance of nonshared environmental factors for childhood and adolescent psychopathology
A Pike, R Plomin
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 35 (5), 560-570, 1996
1441996
Genetic and environmental influences in adolescent peer socialization: Evidence from two genetically sensitive designs
AC Iervolino, A Pike, B Manke, D Reiss, EM Hetherington, R Plomin
Child development 73 (1), 162-174, 2002
1362002
The impact of parents’ mental health on parent–baby interaction: A prospective study
Y Parfitt, A Pike, S Ayers
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (4), 599-608, 2013
1302013
Mother—and father—child mutuality in Anglo and Indian British families: A link with lower externalizing problems
K Deater-Deckard, N Atzaba-Poria, A Pike
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 32 (6), 609-620, 2004
1262004
Correlates of parental differential treatment: Parental and contextual factors during middle childhood
N Atzaba‐Poria, A Pike
Child development 79 (1), 217-232, 2008
1102008
The validity of a parent-based assessment of cognitive abilities in three-year olds
B Oliver, P Dale, K Saudino, S Petrill, A Pike, R Plomin
Early Child Development and Care 172 (4), 337-348, 2002
932002
Infant developmental outcomes: a family systems perspective
Y Parfitt, A Pike, S Ayers
Infant and Child Development 23 (4), 353-373, 2014
822014
The role of adult attachment style, birth intervention and support in posttraumatic stress after childbirth: A prospective study
S Ayers, D Jessop, A Pike, Y Parfitt, E Ford
Journal of Affective Disorders 155, 295-298, 2014
812014
Adolescent perceptions as mediators of parenting: genetic and environmental contributions.
JM Neiderhiser, A Pike, EM Hetherington, D Reiss
Developmental Psychology 34 (6), 1459, 1998
791998
Do sibling and friend relationships share the same temperamental origins? A twin study
A Pike, N Atzaba‐Poria
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 44 (4), 598-611, 2003
712003
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