King, P. & Newstead, S.(2019). Childcare Worker’s Understanding of the Play Cycle Theory: Can a Focus on “Process not Product” Contribute to Quality Childcare Experiences?. Child Care in Practice, 1-14.
Korani, M., Rea, D., King, P., Brown, A., & King, P. (2018). Maternal eating behaviour differs between ethnic groups: Considerations for research and practice. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 14(4), e12630
King, P., Sills-Jones, P., & King, P. (2018). Children’s use of public spaces and the role of the adult – a comparison of play ranging in the UK, and the leikkipuisto (Play Parks) in Finland. International Journal of Play, 1-14.
King, P., Howard, J., & King, P. (2014). Factors influencing children's perceptions of choice within their free play activity: the impact of functional, structural and social affordances. Journal of Playwork Practice, 1(2), 173-190.
King, P. & Howard, J.(2010). Understanding children's free play at home, in school and at the After School Club: A preliminary investigation into play types, social grouping and perceived control. The Psychology of Education Review, 34(1), 32-41.
King, P. (2020). Why a playwork perspective on play suits a qualitative research paradigm. In Michael R. M. Ward; Sara Delamont (Ed.),Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education (pp. 202-210). Edward Elgar Publishing
King, P. (2017). Process, participation and reflection: how playwork practive influenced a mixed-methods approach to researching children's choice in their play. Researching Play from a Playwork Perspective (pp. 90-108). Routledge
King, P. (2007). The Free Play Matrix and the CAOS System - How the IMEE Process and the Tulpa Creation Were Used in Qualitative Research on Children's Free Play. Playwork Voices: In Celebration of Bob Hughes and Gordon SturrockLondon Centre for Playwork Education and Training
King, P. (2009). Is freedom a psycho-kinetic skill? – Power, potential space and bounded rationality in the TAZ at the ArtAngel Conference “There’s an artist in the Playground”, London Wednesday 20th May 2009.
King, P. & Howard, J.(2009). Understanding Children's Free Play at Home, in School and at the After School Club: A preliminary investigation into play types and perceived control presented at the British Psychological Society Education Section conference Transitions in Education, Preston..
King, P. (2007). Who Controls the CAOS in the TAZ? The Power of Play. Workshop delivered at the18th PlayEd Conference 2007 – Schools of Thought and Application or What Should We Do With What We Know held at the Wolverhampton Science Park, Wolverhampton on 16th and 17th October 2007.
King, P. (2005). TALT – Transactional Analysis in the Ludic Third workshop presented at Cornwall Play and Playwork Conference - The Theory and Practice of Play 12th March 2005, Mawgan Porth, Cornwall (2005).
King, P. (2005). TALT - Transactional Analysis in the Ludic Third workshop presented at the Play as Healing National Conference, Jersey. Jersey Child Care Trust (JCCT) and British Institute for Therapeutic Playwork (BITP) (2005).