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  • Food Allergy, Mental Illness and Stress Since 1945′ in Stress in Postwar Britain, 1945-1985, edited by Mark Jackson (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2015)
  • Peanut PanicRemedia (April 2015)
  • ‘Another Person’s Poison’ The Lancet (December 2014)
  • The First Hyperactive Children Leidschrift 29 (2014), 35-49
  • ‘The Hyperactive State: ADHD in Historical Context’, in DeMedicalizing Misery edited by Mark Rapely, Joanna Moncrieff and  Ewen Speed, (London: Palgrave, 2014)
  • A Pre-Peanut History of Food Allergy’, Food, Culture, and Society 16 2013, pp. 125-43
  • ‘Hyperactivity and History: Challenges to and Opportunities for Understanding’, Disabled Children, Contested Caring, edited by Pamela Dale and Anne Borsay (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2012)
  • ‘Mixing with Medics’ Social History of Medicine 24 (2011), 142-50 – http://shm.oxfordjournals.org/content/24/1/142.full.pdf+html
  • ‘A Place for Hyperactivity: Sputnik, the Cold War “Brain Race” and the Origins of Hyperactivity in the United States, 1957-1968’, Locating Health, edited by Erika Dyck and Christopher Fletcher (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2011), 57-69
  • ‘The Uses and Abuses of the History of Hyperactivity’, (De)constructing ADHD: Critical Guidance for Teachers and Teacher Educators, edited by Linda Graham (New York: Peter Lang, 2010), 23-39
  • ‘A History Lesson’, British Medical Journal 340 (2010), 2241
  • ‘MMR, Autism and the History of Medical Controversies’, historyandpolicy.org (May, 2010), http://www.historyandpolicy.org/opinion/opinion_48.html
  • ‘Something in the Air? A Review of Allergy: The History of a Modern Malady, Breathing Space: How Allergies Shape Our Lives and Landscapes, and Sick Building Syndrome and the Problem of Uncertainty’, Ex Historia 1 (2009), 45-58 – www.huss.exeter.ac.uk/history/exhistoria/current%20volume.php
  • ‘Psychiatry Limited: Hyperactivity and the Evolution of American Psychiatry, 1957-1980’, Social History of Medicine 21 (2008), 541-59 – www.shm.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/21/3/541
  • ‘History and Hyperactivity: The Feingold diet’, www.historyandpolicy.org (May 2008), http://www.historyandpolicy.org/papers/policy-paper-73.html
  • ‘The Rise and Fall of the Feingold Diet for Hyperactivity’, Wellcome History (Spring 2008), 7-8 www.wellcome.ac.uk/stellent/groups/corporatesite/@msh_publishing_group/documents/web_document/wtd039418.pdf
  • ‘Into the Mouths of Babes: Hyperactivity, Food Additives and the Reception of the Feingold Diet’, in Mark Jackson (ed.) Health and the Modern Home (New York: Routledge, 2007), 304-21
  • ‘Labouring to Choose, Choosing to Labour: Coercion and Choice in the Potosí Mita’, Past Imperfect 10 (2004), 21-44 – http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/pi/article/view/1437/976
  • ‘Citizenship or Consumerism?’ Alberta Views (September/October 2002) www.albertaviews.ab.ca/avindex9804.pdf