2014 – 2016 Publications

O’Kearney, R., Salmon, K., Liwag, M., and Dawel, A. (2016). Emotional abilities in children with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD): Impairments in perspective – taking and understanding mixed emotions are associated with high callous-unemotional traits. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 47, pp. 1-12

Dalrymple-Alford, S., & Salmon, K (2015). Ambiguous information and the verbal information pathway to fear in children.Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 679-686. DOI 10.1007/s10826-013-9878-z

Van Bergen, P., Wall, J., & Salmon, K. (2015). The good, the bad, and the neutral: The influence of emotion and its valence on young children’s recall.Journal of Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, 4, 25-29.doi:10.1016/j.jarmac.2014.11.001

Glynn, R., Salmon, K., & Jose, P. (2015). The influence of reporting mode on children’s cued memories.Memory, online 17 Sept.

K. Salmon & E. Reese (2015). Talking (or not talking) about the past: The influence of parent-child conversation about negative experiences on children’s memories. Invited lead manuscript: Applied Cognitive Psychology, Special Issue, 29(6), 791-801.

Salmon, K., & O’Kearney, R. (2014). Emotional memory, psychopathology, and wellbeing (pp.743-773). In P. Bauer & R. Fivush (Eds.).Wiley Handbook on the Development of Children’s Memory. John Wiley & Sons; Chichester, West Sussex: UK.

Kelly, W., & Salmon, K. (2014). Helping foster parents understand the child’s perspective. A relational learning framework for foster care. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 19 (4), 535-547s. DOI: 10.1177/1359104514524067

Salmon, K., Dittman, C., Sanders, M., Burson, R., & Hammington, J. (2014). Does adding an emotion component enhance the effects of the Triple-P-Positive Parenting Program?Journal of Family Psychology, 28, 244-252.DOI: 10.1037/a0035997

2012 – 2013 Publications

Marche, T.A., Salmon, K. (2013). Children’s memory for emotionally negative experiences: An eyewitness memory perspective. In R. Holliday & T Marche (Eds.), Child forensic psychology, pp 119-156. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Salmon, K., & O’Kearney, R. (in press). Emotional memory, psychopathology, and wellbeing. In P. Bauer & R. Fivush (Eds.). Wiley-Blackwell Handbook on the Development of Children’s Memory.

Banks, M.V., & Salmon, K. (2013). Reasoning about the self in positive and negative ways: Relationship to psychological wellbeing in young adulthood. Memory, 21, 10-26.

Salmon, K., Evans, I. M., Moskowitz, S., Grouden, M., Parkes, F., & Miller, E. (2013). The elements of young children’s emotion knowledge: Which are enhanced by adult emotion talk? Social Development, 22, 94-110.

Salmon, K. & Brown, D.A. (2013). Medical settings as a context for research in cognitive development. Journal of Cognition and Development, 14(2), 175-186. Invited manuscript, Tools of Trade.

Salmon, K., Pipe, M-E., Malloy, A., & McKay, K. (2012). Do non-verbal aids increase the effectiveness of “best practice” verbal interview techniques? An experimental study. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(3), 370-380.

2009 – 2011 Publications

2007 – 2008 Publications

Salmon, K., Champion, F., Pipe, M-E., Mewton, L., & McDonald, S. (2008). The child in time: The influence of parent-child discussion about a future event on how it is remembered. Memory, 16, 485-499.

Bustos, T, Jaaniste, T., Salmon, K., & Champion, D. (2008). Evaluation of a brief parent intervention teaching coping-promoting behavior for the infant immunization context. Behavior Modification, 32, 450-457.

Pipe, M.-E., & Salmon, K. (2008).Memory development and the forensic context. In N. Cowan and M. Courage (Eds.), The development of memory in infancy and childhood (2nd ed) (pp.241-282). Psychology Press.

Bryant, R.A., Salmon, K., Sinclair, E., & Davidson, P. (2007). Heart rate as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder in children. General Hospital Psychiatry, 29, 66-68.

Salmon, K, Yao, J., Berntsen, O., & Pipe, M-E. (2007). Does providing props during preparation help children to remember an event? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 97, 99-116.

Salmon, K., Sinclair, E., & Bryant, R. (2007). The role of maladaptive appraisals in children’s acute stress reactions. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 46, 203-210.

Bryant, R.A., Salmon, K., Sinclair, E., & Davidson, P. (2007). A prospective study of appraisals in childhood posttraumatic stress disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2502-2507.

Salmon, K., Mewton, L., Pipe, M-E., & McDonald, S. (2011).Asking parents to prepare children for an event: Altering parental instructions influences children’s recall. Journal of Cognition and Development, 12, 80-102.

Ward, T., & Salmon, K. (2011). The ethics of care and treatment of sex offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 23, 397-413.Van Bergen, P., & Salmon, K. (2010).Emotion-oriented reminiscing and children’s recall of a novel event. Cognition and Emotion, 24, 991.

Van Bergen, P., & Salmon, K. (2010). Parent-child reminiscing: Associations between an elaborative style and emotion knowledge. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 39, 1.Meiser-Stedman, R., Smith, P., Bryant, R.A., Salmon, K., Yule, W., & Dalgleish, T., & Nixon, R. (2009).Development and validation of the Child Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory (CPTCI). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and the Allied Disciplines, 50, 432-440.

Ward, T. & Salmon, K. (2009). The ethics of punishment: Correctional practice implications. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 14, 239-247.

Salmon, K., Dadds, M.R., Allen, J., & Hawes, D. (2009) Can emotion language be taught during parent training for conduct problem children? Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 40, 485-498.

Van Bergen, P., Salmon, K., Dadds, M.R., & Allen, J. (2009). Training mothers in emotion-rich elaborative reminiscing: Facilitating children’s autobiographical memory and emotion knowledge. Journal of Cognition and Development, 10, 162-187.

Salmon, K., & Conroy, R. (2009). Commentary: Emotion and memory, clinical and forensic implications. In J Quas & R. Fivush (Eds.), Emotion and Memory in Development: Biological, Cognitive, and Social Considerations. (pp.393-413). Oxford University Press.

Pipe, M-E., & Salmon, K. (2009). Dolls, drawing, body diagrams and other props: Role of props in investigative interviews. In K Kuehnle & M Connell (Eds.), The Evaluation Of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide To Assessment And Testimony (pp.365-396). John Wiley and Sons.

2005 – 2006 Publications

2001 – 2003 Publications

Dadds, M.R., & Salmon, K. (2003). Punishment insensitivity and parenting: Temperament and learning as interacting risks for antisocial behavior. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 6, 69-86.

Salmon, K., Roncolato, W., & Gleitzman, M. (2003). Children’s reports of emotionally laden events: Adapting the interview to the child. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 65-7.

von Baeyer, C. L., Marche, T.A., Rocha, E.M., & Salmon, K. (2004). Children’s memory for pain: Overview and implications for practice. Journal of Pain, 5, 241-9.

McGuigan, F., & Salmon, K. (2004). The time to talk: The influence of adult-child talk on children’s event memory. Child Development, 75, 669-68.

Salmon, K., & Irvine, P. (2002). Photograph reminders and young children’s event reports: The influence of timing. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 7, 173-186.

Salmon, K., Price, M., & Pereira, J. (2002). Factors associated with children’s long-term recall of an invasive medical procedure: A preliminary investigation. Journal of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, 23, 1-6.

Salmon, K., & Pereira, J. (2002). Predicting children’s responses to an invasive medical procedure: The influence of effortful control and parental factors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27, 227-233.

Salmon, K. & Bryant, R. (2002). Posttraumatic stress disorder in children: A developmental perspective. Clinical Psychology Review, 22, 163-188.

Salmon, K. (2001). Remembering and reporting by children: The influence of cues and props. Clinical Psychology Review, 21, 267-30.

Wesson, M., & Salmon, K. (2001). Showing and telling: The use of drawing and re-enactment to enhance children’s reports of their emotional experiences. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 15, 301-319.

Salmon, K., & Pipe, M.-E. (2000). Recalling an event 1 year later: The impact of props, drawing, and a prior interview. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 14, 184-220.

Salmon, K. (2006). Toys in clinical interviews with children: Review and implications for practice. Clinical Psychologist, 10, 54-59.

McGuigan, F., & Salmon, K. (2006). The influence of talking on showing and telling: Adult-child discussion and children’s verbal and nonverbal recall. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20, 365-381.

Salmon, K., McGuigan, F., & Pereira, J. (2006). Brief Report. Optimizing young children’s memory and management of an invasive medical procedure: The impact of procedural information and distraction. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 522-527.

Salmon, K. (2006). Commentary. Preparing children for medical procedures: Taking account of memory. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 859-861.

Wareham, P., & Salmon, K. (2006). Mother-child reminiscing about everyday experiences: Implications for clinical interventions in the preschool years. Clinical Psychology Review, 26, 535-554.

Conroy, R. & Salmon, K. (2006). Talking about parts of a past experience: The influence of elaborative discussion and event structure on children’s recall of nondiscussed information. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 95, 278-297.

Reid, S-C., Salmon, K., & Lovibond, P. (2006). Cognitive biases in childhood anxiety, depression, and aggression: Are they pervasive or specific? Cognitive Therapy and Research, 30, 531-549.

Stevanoni, E. & Salmon, K. (2005). Giving memory a hand: Instructing children to gesture enhances their event recall. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 29, 217-233.

Rendle, V., McDonald, S., & Salmon, K. (2005). Facilitation of memory for events by photographic review for people with traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 6, 90-100.

McGuigan F. & Salmon, K. (2005). Pre-event discussion and memory for a novel event: How are children best prepared? Journal of Experimental Chi6 November, 2009., & Salmon, K. (2005). Talking about parts of a past event: Selective post-event review and children’s memory for non-reviewed materials. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 90, 185-207.