Charles Fernyhough
Charles Fernyhough
Professor of Psychology, Durham University
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Rethinking maternal sensitivity: Mothers' comments on infants' mental processes predict security of attachment at 12 months
E Meins, C Fernyhough, E Fradley, M Tuckey
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 42 (5 …, 2001
9972001
Maternal mind–mindedness and attachment security as predictors of theory of mind understanding
E Meins, C Fernyhough, R Wainwright, M Das Gupta, E Fradley, M Tuckey
Child development 73 (6), 1715-1726, 2002
9852002
Security of attachment as a predictor of symbolic and mentalising abilities: A longitudinal study
E Meins, C Fernyhough, J Russell, D Clark‐Carter
Social development 7 (1), 1-24, 1998
7051998
Pathways to understanding mind: Construct validity and predictive validity of maternal mind‐mindedness
E Meins, C Fernyhough, R Wainwright, D Clark‐Carter, M Das Gupta, ...
Child development 74 (4), 1194-1211, 2003
5992003
Auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia and nonschizophrenia populations: a review and integrated model of cognitive mechanisms
F Waters, P Allen, A Aleman, C Fernyhough, TS Woodward, JC Badcock, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 38 (4), 683-693, 2012
2992012
Inner speech: development, cognitive functions, phenomenology, and neurobiology.
B Alderson-Day, C Fernyhough
Psychological bulletin 141 (5), 931, 2015
2942015
Linguistic acquisitional style and mentalising development: The role of maternal mind-mindedness
E Meins, C Fernyhough
Cognitive Development 14 (3), 363-380, 1999
2911999
Private speech on an executive task: Relations with task difficulty and task performance
C Fernyhough, E Fradley
Cognitive development 20 (1), 103-120, 2005
2902005
Getting Vygotskian about theory of mind: Mediation, dialogue, and the development of social understanding
C Fernyhough
Developmental review 28 (2), 225-262, 2008
2882008
Social predictors of psychotic experiences: specificity and psychological mechanisms
RP Bentall, C Fernyhough
Schizophrenia Bulletin 34 (6), 1012-1020, 2008
2662008
The dialogic mind: A dialogic approach to the higher mental functions
C Fernyhough
New ideas in Psychology 14 (1), 47-62, 1996
2521996
Young children’s trust in their mother’s claims: Longitudinal links with attachment security in infancy
KH Corriveau, PL Harris, E Meins, C Fernyhough, B Arnott, L Elliott, ...
Child development 80 (3), 750-761, 2009
2412009
The characteristic features of auditory verbal hallucinations in clinical and nonclinical groups: state-of-the-art overview and future directions
F Larøi, IE Sommer, JD Blom, C Fernyhough, DH Ffytche, K Hugdahl, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 38 (4), 724-733, 2012
2322012
Auditory verbal hallucinations in persons with and without a need for care
LC Johns, K Kompus, M Connell, C Humpston, TM Lincoln, E Longden, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (Suppl_4), S255-S264, 2014
2302014
Mind‐mindedness as a multidimensional construct: Appropriate and nonattuned mind‐related comments independently predict infant–mother attachment in a socially diverse sample
E Meins, C Fernyhough, M de Rosnay, B Arnott, SR Leekam, M Turner
Infancy 17 (4), 393-415, 2012
1822012
Alien voices and inner dialogue: towards a developmental account of auditory verbal hallucinations
C Fernyhough
New ideas in Psychology 22 (1), 49-68, 2004
1822004
Thought as action: Inner speech, self-monitoring, and auditory verbal hallucinations
SR Jones, C Fernyhough
Consciousness and cognition 16 (2), 391-399, 2007
1752007
Working memory in chess
TW Robbins, EJ Anderson, DR Barker, AC Bradley, C Fernyhough, ...
Memory & Cognition 24 (1), 83-93, 1996
1751996
Private speech, executive functioning, and the development of verbal self-regulation.
AE Winsler, CE Fernyhough, IE Montero
Cambridge University Press, 2009
1682009
Mind‐mindedness and theory of mind: Mediating roles of language and perspectival symbolic play
E Meins, C Fernyhough, B Arnott, SR Leekam, M de Rosnay
Child development 84 (5), 1777-1790, 2013
1592013
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