Pam's research interests include cognitive developmental psychology including memory, attention, metacognition and children’s drawings, and teaching and learning in higher education.
(Published under maiden name of Sutton)
Sutton, P., and Henry, A. (2005). 'An exploration of student learning experiences and approaches to learning'. Psychology Teaching Review, 11(1), 42–52.
Sutton, P. (2000). 'Using lecture notes on the Internet as learning support materials during lectures: Student and staff perspectives on note-taking'. Psychology Teaching Review, 9(1), 26–37.
Sutton, P., and Rose, D. (1998). 'The role of strategic visual attention in children’s drawing development'. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 68, 87–107.
Sutton, P. (1995). 'Getting a handle on children’s drawings: A cognitive approach'. PhD Thesis, University of Plymouth, UK.
Sutton, P. (1993). 'The comprehension of instructions in a drawing task'. In J. Clibbens & B. Pendleton (Eds.),CLS 93. Proceedings of the Child Language Seminar 1993. Plymouth, England: University of Plymouth.