Sarah E O'Toole
Sarah E O'Toole
Postdoctoral Researcher UCL
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Cool and hot executive function as predictors of aggression in early childhood: Differentiating between the function and form of aggression
SE Poland, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli
British journal of developmental psychology 34 (2), 181-197, 2016
582016
Executive function and theory of mind as predictors of aggressive and prosocial behavior and peer acceptance in early childhood
SE O'Toole, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli
Social Development 26 (4), 907-920, 2017
432017
Associations between and development of cool and hot executive functions across early childhood
S O'toole, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36 (1), 142-148, 2018
122018
Cool and hot executive functions at 5 years old as predictors of physical and relational aggression between 5 and 6 years old
SE O’Toole, S Tsermentseli, S Humayun, CP Monks
International Journal of Behavioral Development, 0165025418798498, 2018
42018
Educating parents to support children’s road safety: a review of the literature
SE O’Toole, N Christie
Transport Reviews, 1-15, 2018
42018
Deprivation and road traffic injury comparisons for 4–10 and 11–15 year-olds
SE O’Toole, N Christie
Journal of Transport & Health, 2018
32018
The contribution of cool and hot executive function to academic achievement, learning-related behaviours, and classroom behaviour
SE O’Toole, CP Monks, S Tsermentseli, K Rix
Early Child Development and Care, 1-16, 2018
12018
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