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Thorpe, Karen J. (2003) Twins and Friendship. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 6(6), pp. 532-535.
Thorpe, Karen J., Rutter, Michael, & Greenwood, Rosemary (2003) Twins as a Natural Experiment to Study the Cause of Language Delay: II: Family Interaction Risk Factors. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 44(3), pp. 342-355.
Rutter, Michael, Thorpe, Karen J., Greenwood, Rosemary, Northstone, Kate, & Golding, Jean (2003) Twins as a natural experiment to study the causes of mild language delay: I: Design; twin-singleton differences in language, and obstetric risks. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 44(3), pp. 326-241.
Thorpe, Karen J., Tayler, Collette P., Bridgstock, Ruth S., Grieshaber, Susan J., Skoien, Petra V., Danby, Susan J., et al. (2004) Preparing for school: Report of the Queensland Preparing for School Trials 2003/4.
Petriwskyj, Anne, Thorpe, Karen J., & Tayler, Collette P. (2005) Trends in construction of transition to school in three western regions 1990-2004. International Journal of Early Years Education, 13(1), pp. 55-69.
Brownlee, Joanne M., Thorpe, Karen J., & Stacey, Phillip S. (2005) Improving learning and teaching in early childhood teacher education: A focus on personal epistemology. In Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, 3-6 July, Sydney, NSW.
Brownlee, Joanne, Stacey, Phillip, & Thorpe, Karen (2005) Investigating Teacher Beliefs about Knowing and Learning: Can we do it better? In Bartleet, B, Bryer, F, & Roebuck, D (Eds.) Stimulating the Action as Participants in Participatory Research Volume One, 2-4 December 2005, Australia, Queensland, Surfers Paradise.
Stacey, Phillip S., Brownlee, Joanne M., Thorpe, Karen J., & Reeves, Drew (2005) Measuring and manipulating epistemological beliefs in early childhood education students. In International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, University of Southern Queensland, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, pp. 6-17.
Thorpe, Karen J. (2006) Best Practice: Twin children's Language Development. Early Human Development, 82(6), pp. 387-395.
Thorpe, Karen J. & Danby, Susan J. (2006) Compromised or Competent: Analyzing Twin Children’s Social Worlds. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 9(1), pp. 90-94.
Danby, Susan J. & Thorpe, Karen J. (2006) Compatibility and Conflict: Negotiation of Relationships by Dizygotic Same-Sex Twin Girls. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 9(1), pp. 103-112.
Laffey-Ardley, Sioban T. & Thorpe, Karen J. (2006) Being Opposite: Is there Advantage for Social Competence and Friendships in Being an Opposite Sex Twin? Twin Research and Human Genetics, 9(1), pp. 131-140.
Gardner, Karen & Thorpe, Karen (2006) Twins and Their Friendships: Differences Between Monozygotic, Dizygotic Same-Sex and Dizygotic Mixed-Sex Pairs. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 9(1), pp. 155-164.
Ishimine, Karin, Tayler, Collette P., & Thorpe, Karen J. (2009) Accounting for quality in Australian childcare : a dilemma for policy makers. Journal of Education Policy, 24(6), pp. 717-732.
Danby, Susan J., Thorpe, Karen J., Emmison, Michael, Ferguson, Robert, Butler, Carly W., & Daveson, Naomi (2009) Calling for help : a responsive evaluation of Child Health Line. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Butler, Carly, Danby, Susan J., Emmison, Michael, & Thorpe, Karen J. (2009) Managing medical advice seeking in calls to Child Health Line. Sociology of Health and Illness, 31(6), pp. 817-834.
Boyd, Wendy A., Thorpe, Karen J., & Tayler, Collette P. (2010) Preferences of first-time expectant mothers for care of their child : 'I wouldn't leave them somewhere that made me feel insecure'. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(2), pp. 4-12.
Thorpe, Karen, Staton, Sally, Morgan, Robert, Danby, Susan, & Tayler, Collette P. (2010) Testing the vision: Preschool settings as places for meeting, bonding and bridging. Children and Society: the international journal of childhood and children's services, Online(Online), pp. 1-13.
Thorpe, Karen J., Ailwood, Joanne, Boyd, Wendy A., & Brownlee, Joanne M. (2011) Who wants to work in childcare? Pre-service early childhood teachers' consideration of work in the child care sector. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 36(1).
Danby, Susan J., Ewing, Lynette, & Thorpe, Karen J. (2011) The novice researcher : interviewing young children. Qualitative Inquiry, 17(1), pp. 74-84.
Brownlee, Joanne M., Petriwskyj, Anne, Thorpe, Karen, Stacey, Phillip, & Gibson, Megan (2011) Changing personal epistemologies in early childhood pre-service teachers using an integrated teaching program. Higher Education Research & Development, 30(4), pp. 477-490.
Bekkhus, Mona, Staton, Sally, Borge, Anne Inger, & Thorpe, Karen (2011) Conflict, closeness and comfort: The inter-twin relationship as a risk factor for behavioral difficulties. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 14(5), pp. 444-451.
Kemp, Steven, Petriwskyj, Anne, Shakespeare-Finch, Jane E., & Thorpe, Karen J. (2012) What if you're really different? Case studies of children with high functioning autism participating in the Get REAL programme who had atypical learning trajectories. European Journal of Special Needs Education, pp. 1-18.
Thorpe, Karen J., Millear, Prudence M, & Petriwskyj, Anne (2012) Can a childcare practicum encourage degree qualified staff to enter the childcare workforce? Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 13(4), pp. 317-327.
Danby, Susan J., Thompson, Cathy, Theobald, Maryanne Agnes, & Thorpe, Karen J. (2012) Children’s strategies for making friends when starting school. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 37(2), pp. 63-71.
Staton, Sally, Thorpe, Karen, Thompson, Catherine, & Danby, Susan (2012) To separate or not to separate? Parental decision-making regarding the separation of twins in the early years of schooling. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 10(2), pp. 196-208.
Boyd, Wendy A., Thorpe, Karen J., & Walker, Sue (2013) Choosing work and care : Australian women negotiating return to paid work in the first year of motherhood. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 14(2). (In Press)