Publications: Broderick, Pia
Carey, R.N., Donaghue, N. and Broderick, P. (2013) Peer Culture and Body Image Concern Among Australian Adolescent Girls: A Hierarchical Linear Modelling Analysis. Sex Roles, 69 (5-6). pp. 250-263.
Jordan, C. and Broderick, P. (2010) Couples' experience of lifestyle change within the preconception and initial stages of subfertility treatment. In: The Fertility Society of Australia, 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, A Healthy Start, 10-13 October 2010, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia.
Carey, R., Donaghue, N. and Broderick, P. (2010) 'What you look like is such a big factor': interviews with adolescent girls about the appearance culture in an all-girls' school. Feminism & Psychology, 21 (3). pp. 299-316.
Correia, H.M. and Broderick, P. (2009) Access to reproductive technologies by single women and lesbians: social representations and public debate. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 19 (4). pp. 241-256.
Walker, I., Broderick, P. and Correia, H.M. (2007) Conceptions and misconceptions: social representations of medically assisted reproduction. In: Moloney, G. and Walker, I., (eds.) Social representations and identity: content, process and power. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 157-176.
Hynd, A.R., Broderick, P. and Innes, J.M. (2007) Evaluating interactive television models for young children. In: Australasian Social Psychologists 36th Annual Conference, 13-15 April 2007, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Eglington, C. and Broderick, P. (2007) Outdoor education: essential education for Australia’s future. In: 25th Biennial ACHPER National/International Conference, 3-6 October 2007, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Broderick, P. and Walker, I. (2001) Donor gametes and embryos: who wants to know what about whom, and why? Politics and the Life Sciences, 20 (1). pp. 29-42.
Walker, I. and Broderick, P. (1999) Challenges to the reproduction of misunderstanding. Australian Psychologist, 34 (3). pp. 221-228.
Walker, I. and Broderick, P. (1999) The psychology of assisted reproduction — or psychology assisting its reproduction? Australian Psychologist, 34 (1). pp. 38-44.
Freeman, M. L. and Broderick, P. (1996) Kinaesthetic sensitivity of adolescent male and female athletes and non-athletes. Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 28 (2). pp. 46-49.
Broderick, P. and Walker, I. (1995) Information access and donated gametes: how much do we know about who wants to know? Human Reproduction, 10 (12). pp. 3338-3341.
Laszlo, J. I. and Broderick, P. (1991) Drawing and handwriting difficulties: reasons for and remediation of dysfunction. In: Wann, J., Wing, A.M. and Sovik, N., (eds.) Development of graphic skills: research, perspectives and educational implications. Academic Press, London, pp. 259-280.
Broderick, P. (1991) The development of motor planning processes: suggested implications for the teaching of handwriting skills. Korean Journal of Educational Psychology, 5 (1). pp. 73-98.
Broderick, P. and Laszlo, Judith I. (1989) The copying of upright and tilted squares by Swazi children and adults. International Journal of Psychology, 24 (3). pp. 333-350.
Broderick, P. and Laszlo, Judith I. (1988) The effects of varying planning demands on drawing components of squares and diamonds. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 45 (1). pp. 18-27.
Broderick, P. and Laszlo, J.I. (1987) The drawing of squares and diamonds: a perceptual-motor task analysis. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 43 (1). pp. 44-61.
Broderick, P. (1986) Perceptual-motor development in children’s drawing skill. In: Pratt, C., Garton, A.F., Tunmer, W.E. and Nesdale, A.R., (eds.) Research issues in child development. Allen and Unwin, Sydney, pp. 145-153.
Laszlo, J. I. and Broderick, P. (1985) The perceptual-motor skill of drawing. In: Freeman, N.H. and Cox, M.V., (eds.) Visual order: the nature and development of pictorial representation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 356-373.
Laszlo, J. I. and Broderick, P. (1985) The size illusion: visual and kinaesthetic information in size perception. Perception, 14 (3). pp. 285-291.