- O'Toole Thommessen, S.A. and Todd, B.K. (2018). How do refugee children experience their new situation in England and Denmark? Implications for educational policy and practice. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, pp. 228–238. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.12.025.
- Yuill, N., Strieth, S., Roake, C., Aspden, R. and Todd, B.K. (2007). Designing a playground for children with autistic spectrum disorders: Effects on playful peer interactions. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 37(60), pp. 1192–1196.
- Bard, K.A., Todd, B.K., Bernier, C., Love, J. and Leavens, D. (2006). Self-awareness in human and chimpanzee infants: What is measured and what is meant by the mirror-and-the-mark-test? Infancy, 9(2), pp. 191–219.
- Bourne, V.A. and Todd, B.K. (2004). Where left means right: An explanation of the left cradling bias in terms of right hemisphere specialisation. Developmental Science, 7(1), pp. 19–24.
- Todd, B., Butterworth, G., Franco, F., McKenzie, B. and Graupner, L. (2002). Dynamic aspects of visual event perception and the production of pointing by human infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20(1), pp. 1–24. doi:10.1348/026151002166280.
- Todd, B.K. and Butterworth, G.E. (1998). Her heart is in the right place: an investigation of the ‘Heartbeat Hypothesis’ as an explanation of the left side cradling preference in a mother with dextrocardia”,. Early Development and Parenting. 7, 229-233, 7, pp. 229–233.
- Todd, B., Thornton, S. and Thornton, D. (1996). “Empathy and the recognition of abuse. Journal of Legal and Criminological Psychology, 1, pp. 147–153.
London EC1V 0HB
Dr Todd studied Psychology at the University of Sussex, gaining a first class honours degree in Applied Psychology and a PhD in Psychology.
Her PhD supervisor was Professor George Butterworth and her thesis explored the origins, functions and development of the left-side cradling bias in human females.
Previously, Dr Todd was a researcher in the Infant Study Unit at Sussex University. She has taught psychology at undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Sussex and she currently teaches Developmental Psychology with The Open University on their Masters and Undergraduate degrees.
In 1995, she was awarded the RSA Certificate in Counselling Skills in the Development of Learning.
- DPhil, University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 1997 – 2001
Publications by category
- Dalgaard, N.T., Todd, B.K., Daniel, S.I.F. and Montgomery, E. (2016). The transmission of trauma in refugee families: associations between intra-family trauma communication style, children’s attachment security and psychosocial adjustment. Attachment & Human Development, 18(1), pp. 69–89. doi:10.1080/14616734.2015.1113305.