Dickins, T. E. (2014.) Science in the wild. The Psychologist, 27 (5), 332-333
Dickins, T.E. & Donovan, P.E. (2012.) Animal Behaviour Fieldwork: Introducing psychology students to the process of science. Psychology Teaching Review, 18 (2), 9-15
Dickins, T.E. (2011.) Following in his father’s footsteps. Lundy Field Society Newsletter, 41, 14-15
Dickins, T.E. (2009.) Psychology, Biology and the Market Place. Psychology Teaching Review, 14 (2), 17-20
Dickins, T.E. (2007.) Evolving the Psychology Curriculum. Psychology: The Psychological Society at Birkbeck, 1(1), 19-22 (with commentary from Oaksford, M.)
Dickins, T.E. (2007.) Psychology is a branch of biology, and biology is unified by evolutionary theory. Psychology: The Psychological Society at Birkbeck, 1(1), 27-31 (a reply to Oaksford, M.)
Norton, L., Scantlebury, E. & Dickins, T.E. (1999.) Helping undergraduates to become more effective learners: an evaluation of two learning interventions. Innovations in Education and Training International, 36 (4), 273 – 284
Norton, L.S., Thomas, S., Morgan, K., Tilley, A. & Dickins, T.E. (1998.) Full-time studying and long-term relationships: make or break for mature students? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 26 (1), 75 – 88
Norton, L.S., Dickins, T.E. & McLaughlin Cook, N. (1996.) “Rules of the game” in essay writing. Psychology Teaching Review, 5 (1), 1 – 13
Norton, L.S., Dickins, T.E. & McLaughlin Cook, N. (1996.) Coursework assessment: What tutors are really looking for? In: G. Gibbs [Ed.] Improving Student Learning: Using Research to Improve Student Learning. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff Development.
Norton, L.S. & Dickins, T.E. (1995.) Do approaches to learning courses improve students' learning strategies? In: G. Gibbs [Ed.] Improving Student Learning: Through Assessment and Evaluation. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff Development.