Barrie Gunter publications

Barrie Gunter - Bibliography

Books/Edited Journal Volumes

2018

  • Gunter, B. (2018) Predicting Movie Success at the Box Office. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

2008-2017

  • Gunter, B. (2017) Why Should Women Be Taken More Seriously in the Boardroom. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Gunter, B. (2016) The Psychology of Consumer Profiling in a Digital Age. London, UK; Routledge.
  • Gunter, B. (2016) The Effects of Video Games on Violent Behaviour. :Basingstoke, UK: Palgave Macmillan.
  • Gunter, B. (2016) Food Advertising: Nature, Impact and Regulation. Basingstoke, UK: Palgave Macmillan.
  • Gunter, B., Elareshi, M., & Al-Jaber, K. (2016) Social Media in the Arab World: Communication and Public Opinion in the Gulf state. London, UK: I B Tauris.
  • Gunter, B., (2015) Kids and Branding in a Digital World. Manchester, UK: University of Manchester Press.
  • Gunter, B., (2015) The Cognitive Impact of Television News: Production Attributes and Information Reception. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Gunter, B., (2014) Media and Sexualisation of Childhood. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Gunter, B., (2014) Celebrity Capital: Assessing the Value of Fame. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.
  • Gunter, B., (2014 I Want to Change My Life: Can Reality TV Competition Shows Trigger lasting Career Success? Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Blades, M., Oates, C., Blumberg, F., & Gunter, B. (Eds.) Advertising to Children: New Issues and New Media, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
  • Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds) (2013) News Media in the Arab World. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.
  • Gunter, B., Hansen, A., & Touri, M. Alcohol Marketing, Media Representation and Young People’s Drinking. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
  • Gunter, B. Television versus the Internet: Will TV Prosper or Perish as the World Moves Online?  Oxford, UK: Chandos, 2010.
  • Gunter, B., Rowland, I., & Nicholas, D. Google Generation: Are ICT Innovations Cultivating New Information Search Perspectives?  Oxford, UK: Chandos, 2009.
  • Gunter, B., & Machin, D. (Eds.) Media Audiences: Volume 1. History of Audience Study. London, UK: Sage, 2009.
  • Gunter, B., & Machin, D. (Eds.) Media Audiences: Volume 2. Measurement of Audiences. London, UK: Sage, 2009.
  • Gunter, B., & Machin, D. (Eds.) Media Audiences: Volume 3. Aggregated and Disaggregated Audiences. London, UK: Sage, 2009.
  • Gunter, B., & Machin, D. (Eds.) Media Audiences: Volume 4. Audiences and Influences. London, UK: Sage, 2009.
  • Gunter, B., (Ed.) Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres, Special issue of Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives,  Volume 61, Number 2. Bradford, UK: Emerald Publishing Group, 2009.

2001-2007

  • Gunter, B., Advances in e-democracy: engaging citizens and electorates online. Special issue of Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, Bradford, UK: Emerald Publishing Group, 2007, Guest Editor.
  • Gunter, B., Digital Health: Meeting Professional and Patient Needs Online Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
  • Wykes, M., & Gunter, B. Looks Could Kill: Media, Body Image and Disordered Eating. London: Sage, 2005.
  • Gunter, B., Blades, M. & Oates, C. Advertising to Children on TV: Content, Impact and Regulation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
  • Gunter, B., Harrison, J., & Wykes, M. Violence on Television: Distribution, Form, Context and Themes. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003.
  • Gunter, B. News on the Net. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003.
  • Charlton, T., Gunter, B., & Hannan, A. Broadcast Television Effects in A Remote
    Community. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002.
  • Gunter, B. Media Sex: What Are the Issues? London: Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A.The Biography of Success: Effective use of Biodata and Other Measures. London: Whurr Publishers, 2001.
    1996- 2000
  • Gunter, B. Media Research Methods: Measuring Audiences, Reactions and Impact.  London: Sage, 2000.
  • Gunter, B. The Psychology of the Home. London: Whurr Publishers, 2000.
    Gunter, B. Pets and People: The Psychology of Pet Ownership. London: Whurr, 1999.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Children as Consumers. London: Routledge, 1998.
    Gunter, B., & Harrison, J. Violence on Television: An Analysis of Amount, Nature, Location and Origin of Violence in British Programmes. London: Routledge, 1998.
  • Gunter, B. The Effects of Video Games on Children: The Myth Unmasked. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998.
  • Gunter, B. The Grey Market: Understanding the Older Consumer. London: Routledge, 1998.
  • Gunter, B., & McAleer, J. Children and Television (revised 2nd. Edition) London:
    Routledge, 1997. )
  • Gunter, B. Measuring Bias on Television. Luton, UK: University of Luton Press, 1997.

1995 and earlier

  • Clifford, B., Gunter, B., & McAleer, J. Television and Children: Programme Evaluation, Comprehension and Impact. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995.
  • Gunter, B. Television and Gender Representation. London: John Libbey and Company, 1995.
  • Gunter, B., & Viney, R. Seeing is Believing: Religion and Television in the 1990s. London: John Libbey and Company, 1994.
  • Gunter, B., Sancho-Aldridge, J., & Winstone, P. Television: The Public's View - 1993.
  • London: John Libbey and Company, 1994.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Business Watching: Understanding Business Life. London: ABRA Press, 1994. (with A. Furnham) Reprinted in 1996 by Whurr Publishers.
  • Gunter, B., & Wintone, P. Television: The Public's View - 1992. London: John Libbey and Company, 1993.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Drakeley, R. Biodata: Biographical Indicators of Business Performance. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Corporate Assessment: Auditing a Company's Personality. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Consumer Profiles: An Introduction to Psychographics. London: Routledge, 1992.
  • Gunter, B., & McLaughlin, C. Television: The Public's View. London: John Libbey and Company, 1992.
  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. The Reactive Viewer. London: John Libbey and Company, 1992.
  • Gunter, B., Moss, R., & Jones, C. Television in Schools. London: John Libbey and Company, 1991.
  • Gunter, B., McAleer, J., & Clifford, B. Children's Views about Television. Aldershot, UK: Avebury, 1991.
  • Gunter, B., & McAleer, J. Children and Television: The One-Eyed Monster? London: Routledge, 1990.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. A. The Anatomy of Adolescence. London: Routledge, 1989.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Television and Social Control. Aldershot, UK: Avebury, 1988.
  • Gunter, B., Svennevig, M., Spiers, S. D., & Haldane, I. Godwatching: Viewers, Religion and Television. London: John Libbey and Company, 1988.
  • Gunter, B. (Ed.) Current Psychology: Research and Reviews: Violence on Television (Special Issue). 1988, Vol.7., No.1. Rutgers University: Transaction Periodicals Consortium.
  • Gunter, B. Television and the Fear of Crime. London: John Libbey and Company, 1987.
  • Gunter, B., & Svennevig, M. Behind and In Front of the Screen: Television's Involvement with Family Life. London: John Libbey and Company, 1987.
  • Gunter, B. Poor Reception: Misunderstanding and Forgetting Broadcast News. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987.
  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. Violence on Television: What the Viewers Think. London: John Libbey and Company, 1987.
  • Gunter, B., & Svennevig, M. Attitudes to Broadcasting: Over the Years. London: John Libbey and Company, 1987.
  • Levy, M., & Gunter, B. Home Video and The Changing Nature of the Television Audience. London: John Libbey and Company, 1987.
  • Gunter, B., Svennevig, M., & Wober, M. Television Coverage of the 1983 General Election. Aldershot, UK: Gower, 1986.
  • Gunter, B. Television and Sex Role Stereotyping. London: John Libbey and Company, 1986.
  • Gunter, B. Dimensions of Television Violence. Aldershot, UK: Gower, 1985.

Papers, Articles, Chapters and Reports

2008-2014

  • Gunter, B. (2014) Discovering Theoretical Models to Explain Mediated Influences on Language. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18, 262-271.
  • Blades, M., Oates, C., Blumberg, F., & Gunter, B. (2014) Introduction. In Blades, M., Oates, C., Blumberg, F. & Gunter, B. (Eds.) Advertising to Children: New Issues and New Media., Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. pp1-16.
  • Gunter, B., (2014) Alcohol advertising and children. In Blades, M., Oates, C., Blumberg, F. & Gunter, B. (Eds.) Advertising to Children: New Issues and New Media., Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. pp.70-92.
  • Al-Rawi, A., & Gunter, B. (2013) News coverage of the 2010 Iraqi general elections. Journal of Middle East Media, 6(1), 19-34.
  • Al-Rawi, A., & Gunter, B. (2013) Political candidates’ coverage in the 2010 Iraqi general elections. Journal of Muslim and Arab Media Studies, 9(1), 70-94.
  • Gunter, B., Koteyko, N., & Atanasova, D. (2013) Sentiment analysis: A market relevant and reliable measure of public feeling? Target: International Journal of Market Research, 56(2), 231-247.
  • Dickinson, R., Gunter, B., Matthews, J., & Cole, J. (2013) The impact of amended controls on the advertising of infant formula in the UK: Findings from a before and after study.  Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 51(1), 11-22.
  • Stuart-Smith, J., Timmons, C., Pryce, G. & Gunter, B. (2013) Television can also be a factor in language change. Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America, 89(3), 501-536.
  • Gunter, B., Dickinson, R., Matthews. J., & Cole, J. (2013) Formula Manufacturers’ Web Sites: Are They Really Non-Compliant Advertisements? Health Education, 113(1), 18-27.
  • Atanasova, D., Koteyko, N., & Gunter, B. (2013) Obesity in the news: Directions for future research. Obesity Reviews, 13(6), 554-559.
  • Gunter, B., Campbell, V., & Saltzis, K. (2013) The changing nature of party election broadcast: The growing influence of political marketing. Journal of Political Marketing, 14(3), 229-250.
  • Gunter, B. (2013) Online Dating and Relationships. In W. Dutton (Ed) Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 173-194.
  • Gunter, B. (2013) An unhealthy state. Communication Director, vol.2., pp. 80-83.
  • Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (2013) The Changing Nature of News in the Arab World. In Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.) News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Al-Jaber, K., & Gunter, B. (2013) Evolving news systems in the Gulf Countries. In Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.) News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Al-Rawi- A., & Gunter, B. (2013) News in Iraq. In Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.) News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Mohammed, H., & Gunter, B. (2013) News consumption and news agendas in Egypt. In Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.) News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Al-Jaber, K., & Gunter, B. (2013) News developments and changes to news consumption patterns in the Middle East. In Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.) News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Dickinson, R., & Gunter, B. (2013) What is the future for news in the Arab world. Gunter, B., & Dickinson, R. (Eds.)News Media in the Arab World: A Study of Ten Countries. [chapter]
  • Gunter, B. (2013) the evolving role of media in political engagement in the Arab world. In: K. Al-Sayed (Ed.) Arab Media, in press. [chapter]
  • Elareshi, M., & Gunter, B. (2012) Credibility of televised news in Libya: Are international news services trusted more than local news services. Journal of Middle East Media, 8(1), 1-20
  • Hansen, A., & Gunter, B. (2011) Mediated Representations of Alcohol and Public Consumption, in C. Salmon (Ed). Communication Yearbook 2011. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Elareshi, M., & Gunter, B. (2010) News Consumption among Young Libyan Adults Arab Media and Society, Issue 12, Winter.
  • Gunter, B. (2011) Media and Appearance. In N. Rumsey & D. Harcourt (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Appearance. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Gunter, B. (2011) Media and Sex. Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Campbell, V., Gibson, R., Gunter, B., & Touri, M. News blogs, mainstream news and news agendas. In S. Tunney & G. Monaghan (Eds.) Web Journalism: A New Form of Citizenship, Eastbourne: Sussex Academic Press, 2009.
  • Mohammed, H., & Gunter, B. Agenda-Setting in a Quasi-Democratic Country:  A Case Study of Egypt, Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, 2009, 2(1-2), 135-158.
  • Gunter, B., Hansen, A., & Touri, M. Alcohol advertising and young people’s drinking. Young Consumers, 2009, 10(1), 4-16.
  • Gunter, B., Campbell, V., Touri, M., & Gibson, R. Blogs, news and credibility. Aslib Proceedings, Special Issue: Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres, 2009, 61(2), 185-204.
  • Gunter, B. Blogging: Private becomes public and public becomes personalised. Aslib Proceedings, Special Issue: Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres, 2009, 61(2), 120-126.
  • Gunter, B.  The public and media coverage of the war on Iraq. Globalisation, 2009, 6(1), 41-60.
  • Gunter, B. News processing across the life span. In W. Donsbach (Ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Communication. Oxford, UK: Blackwells, 2008.
  • Gunter, B. The psychology of the digital information consumer. In D. Nicholas & I. Rowlands (Eds.) Digital Consumers. London, UK: Facet, 2008, pp.93-112.
  • Gunter, B. The future of the digital information consumption. In D. Nicholas & I. Rowlands (Eds.) Digital Consumers. London, UK: Facet, 2008, pp.193-212.
  • Gunter, B. How electronic games can support children’s development.  American Journal of Play, 1(2).
  • Gunter, B. Why study media content? Sociology Review, 2008, 18(2), 6-9.
  • Rowlands, I., Nicholas, D., Williams, P., Huntington, P., Fieldhouse, M., Gunter, B., Withey, R., Jamali, H., & Dobrowski, T. (2008) The Google generation; The information behaviours of the researcher of the future. Aslib Proceedings, 60(4), 290-310.
  • Nassif, A., & Gunter, B. Gender representation in television advertising in Britain and Saudi Arabia. Sex Roles, 2008, 58(11-12), 752-760.
  • Gunter, B. Media violence: is there a case for causality? American Behavioural Scientist, 2008, 51(8), 1061-1122.
  • Hansen, A., & Gunter, B. Constructing public and political discourses on alcohol issues: Towards a framework for analysis. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2008, 43(1), 1-8.
  • Gunter, B. (2008) Blogging: Private becomes public and public becomes personalised. Aslib Proceedings, Special Issue: Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres, (61,2), 120-126.
  • Gunter, B., Campbell, V., Touri, M., & Gibson, R. (2008) Blogs, news and credibility. Aslib Proceedings, Special Issue: Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres, (61,2), 185-204.
  • Gunter, B. How electronic games can support children’s development. American Journal of Play, 2008, in press.
  • Gunter, B. (2008) Internet dating: A British survey. Aslib Proceedings, 60(2), 88-97.
  • Gunter, B. (2008) The psychology of the digital information consumer. In D. Nicholas & I. Rowlands (Eds.) Digital Consumers. London, UK: Facet, pp.93-112.
  • Gunter, B. (2008) The future of the digital information consumption. In D. Nicholas & I. Rowlands (Eds.) Digital Consumers. London, UK: Facet, pp.193-212.
  • Rowlands, I., Nicholas, D., Williams, P., Huntington, P., Fieldhouse, M., Gunter, B., Withey, R., Jamali, H., & Dobrowski, T. (2008) The Google generation: The information behaviours of the researcher of the future. Aslib Proceedings, 60(4), 290-310.
  • Nassif, A., & Gunter, B. Gender representation in television advertising in Britain and Saudi Arabia. Sex Roles, 2008, 58(11-12),752-760.
  • Gunter, B. The public and media coverage of the war on Iraq. Globalisation, 2008, 6(1),41-60.
  • Gunter, B., (2008) Blogging: Private becomes public and public becomes personalised. Aslib Proceedings, Special Issue: Blogging and the Erosion of Public and Private Life Spheres,(61,2), 120-126.

2001- 2007

  • Uribe, R., & Gunter, B. Are sensational news stories more likely to trigger viewers’ emotions than non-sensational news stories? European Journal of Communication, 2007, 22(2), 207-228.
  • Gunter, B. Media violence: Is there a case for causality? American Behavioural Scientist, 2007, 51(8), 1061-1122.
  • Gunter, B. Violence on television: Research in Britain. In J. Potter (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of Media Violence, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2007.
  • Hansen, A., & Gunter, B. Constructing public and political discourses on alcohol issues: Towards a framework for analysis. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2007,43(1),1-8.
  • Gunter, B., Hansen, A., & Touri, M. Further Research into the Effects of Screen
    Deprivation. A Research Report for the BBC Panorama programme, August 2007.  Department of Media and Communications, University of Leicester
  • Gunter, B., Hansen, A., & Touri, M. Screen Deprivation and Family Life. A Research Report for the BBC Panorama programme, June 2007. Department of Media and Communications, University of Leicester.
  • Gunter, B. Violence et medias: enjeux et preoccupations. Les Politiques Sociales, 2006, 66(1– 2), 13-29.
  • Gunter, B. Advances in e-democracy. Aslib Proceedings, Special issue: Advances in edemocracy:engaging citizens and electorates online, 2006, 58(5), 361-370.
  • Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Triangulating qualitative research and computer transaction logs in health information studies. Aslib Proceedings, 2006, 58(1/2), 129-139.
  • Gunter, B., Campbell, V., & Saltzis, K. The Changing nature of Party Election Broadcasts: The Growing Influence of Political Marketing. Report prepared for the Nuffield Foundation, April, 2006. Department of Media and Communications, University of Leicester.
  • Williams, P., Gunter, B., & Nicholas, D. Health education online: issues arising from the development and roll-out of a pilot distance education programme for NHS staff. Health Education, 2006, 106(3), 210-226
  • Gunter, B. The cognitive and social impact of computer games. In J Goldstein and J Raessens (Eds.) Handbook of Computer Games Studies. MIT Press, 2005.
  • Gunter, B. Sports Violence. In A. Raney & J. Bryant (Eds.) Handbook of Sports and Media.
  • Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
  • Gunter, B. Trust in the news on television. Aslib Proceedings, 2005, 57(5), 384-397.
  • Gunter, B. Electronic books: A survey of users in the UK. Aslib Proceedings, 2005, 57(6), 513-522.
  • Huntington, P., Nicholas, D., Gunter, B., Russell, C., Withey, R., & Polydoratou, P. Consumer trust in health information on the web. Aslib Proceedings, 2004, 56(6),373-382.
  • Gunter, B., Rusell, C., Withey, R., & Nicholas, D. Broadband in Britain: how does it compare with narrowband? Aslib Proceedings, 2004, 56(2), 89-98.
  • Uribe, R., & Gunter, B. Tabloidisation of tabloids. European Journal of Communication, 2004, 19(3), 387-402.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Pappa, E. Effects of TV violence on memory for violent and non-violent advertising. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2004.
  • Gunter, B. The prospects for e-government on digital television. Aslib Proceedings, 2004, 56(4), 222-233
  • Gunter, B. Consumer trust in health information on the web. Aslib Proceedings, 2004, 56(6), 373-382.
  • Gunter, B. Local government web sites: On the right track? Library and Information Update, 2004, 3(4), 42-43.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Perceptions of the authority of health information. Case study: digital interactive television and the Internet. Health Libraries Group, 2003, 20, 215-224.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Health information and health benefits: A case study of digital interactive television information users. In the New Review of Information Behaviour Research: Studies of Information Seeking in Context. Proceedings of the Information Seeking in Context Conference. Lisbon, 11-13 September 2002. London: Taylor Graham, 2003.
  • Huntington, P., Nicholas, D., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. An evaluation of a health video on demand service available to the public via interactive digital television. Libri, 2003, 53(6), 266-281.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. ‘Search disclosure’: Understanding digital information platform preference and location in a health environment. Journal of Documentation, 59(5), 523-539.
  • Gunter, B. Home electronic health information for the consumer: User evaluation of a DiTV video-on-demand service. Aslib Proceedings, 55(1/2), 64-74.
  • Gunter, B. Evaluation of the ESRC Media Economics and Media Culture Programme.  Swindon, UK; Economic and Social Research Council
  • Gunter, B. The cognitive and social impact of computer games. In J Goldstein and J Raessens (Eds.) Handbook of Computer Games Studies. MIT Press, 2003, in press.
  • Gunter, B. Digital information provision via interactive television: Understanding the digital consumer. Aslib Proceedings, 2003, 55(1/2), 43-51.
  • Oates, C., Blades, M., Gunter, B., & Don, J. Children’s understanding of television advertising: A qualitative approach. Journal of Marketing Communications, 2003.
  • Nicholas, D., Williams, P., Huntington, P., & Gunter, B. Broadband nursing: A multi-method evaluation of a one-way video-conferencing health information and advice service: “In Vision”.  Journal of Documentation, 2003, 59(3), 341-358.
  • Oates, C., Blades, M., & Gunter, B. Editorial: Marketing to Children. Journal of Marketing Management, 2003, 19, 401-409.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. First steps towards providing the UK with health care information and advice via their television sets: An evaluation of four Department of Health sponsored pilot services. Aslib Proceedings, 2003, 55(3), 138-154.
  • Furnham, A., Gunter, B., & Richardson, F. The effect of surrounding programme environment on memory for televised advertising. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2002, 32(1), 124-141.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & de Sinea, S. Children’s and adults’ recall of children’s news stories in both print and audio-visual presentation modalities. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2002, 16, 191-210.
  • Furnham, A., Pallangyo, A., & Gunter, B. Sex role stereotyping in Zimbabwean television advertisements. South African Journal of Psychology, 2002, 22, 123-131.
  • Furnham, A., Gunter, B., & Berglund, J. Memory for television advertisements as a function of advertisement-programme congruity. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2002, 16, 525-545.
  • Williams, P., Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., & Gunter, B. DiTV - a healthy future? UsableiTV, 2002, 2, 13-17.
  • Huntington, P., Nicholas, D., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Characterising the health information consumer: An examination of the health information sources used by digital television users. Libri, 2002, 52(1), 16-27.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., Gunter, B., & Monopoli, M. The characteristics of users and non-users of a digital interactive television service - case study: the Living Health channel. Informatics in Primary Care, 2002, 10(2), 73-84.
  • Alshehri, A., & Gunter, B. The market for electronic newspapers in the Arab world. Aslib Proceedings, 2002, 54(1), 56-70.
  • Gunter, B. Baluch, B., Dufft, L., & Furnham, A. Children’s memory for television advertising: Effects of programme-advertisement congruency. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2002.
  • Williams, P., Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., & Gunter, B. Online versus offline research:Implications for evaluating digital media. Aslib Proceedings, 2002, 54(4), 229-239.
  • Williams, P., Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., & Gunter, B. Doc dot com: Review of literature in digital health information. Aslib Proceedings, 2002, 54(2), 127-141.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Digital visibility: menu prominence and its impact on use of the NHS Direct information channel on Kingston Interaction Television. Aslib Proceedings, 2002, 54(4), 213-221.
  • Bowers-Brown, J., & Gunter, B. Political parties' use of the web during the 2002 general election. Aslib Proceedings, 2002, 54(3), 166-176.
  • Charlton, T., & Gunter, B. Background of the research project. In T. Charlton, B. Gunter and A. Hannan (Eds.) Broadcast Television Effects In A Remote Community. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002, pp.1-20.
  • Gunter, B. The nature of television output. In T. Charlton, B. Gunter and A. Hannan (Eds.)
  • Broadcast Television Effects In A Remote Community. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002, pp. 43-64.
  • Gunter, B., Panting, C., Charlton, T., & Coles, D. Relationships between children's viewing patterns and social behavior. . In T. Charlton, B. Gunter and A. Hannan (Eds.) Broadcast Television Effects In A Remote Community. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002, pp.89-106.
  • Gunter, B., Charlton, T., & Charlton, D. Where Next with St. Helena? In T. Charlton, B. Gunter and A. Hannan (Eds.) Broadcast Television Effects In A Remote Community. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002, pp 135-148.
  • Gunter, B. The quantitative research process. In K-B. Jensen (Ed.) A Handbook of Media and Communications Studies: Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies. London: Routledge, 2002.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. First steps towards providing the nation with health care, advice and information via their television: An evaluation of pilot projects exploring the health applications of digital interactive television. Report to the Department of Health. City University-Sheffield University, August 2002.
  • Gunter, B., & Fairley, R. The potential education role of television programmes about pets and companion animals. Report for the Society for Companion Animals Studies, Royal Society for the prevention of cruelty to Animals, The Blue Cross, and Ralston-Purina Ltd. Department of Journalism Studies, University of Sheffield, August 2002.
  • Gunter, B. The potential of digital interactive television. GovernmentIT, 2002, May.
  • Nicholas, D., Gunter, B., Withey, R., Huntington, P., & Williams, P. The digital information consumer: What we know about the newly information enfranchised general public. Library and Information Update, 2002, 1(1), 32-34.
  • Gunter, B. Access does not equal success. Library and Information Update, 2002, 1(3), 54-55.
  • Gunter, B. Public services on the telly: The problem of digital visibility. Library and Information Update, 2002, 1(7), 48-49.
  • Oates, C., Blades, M., & Gunter, B. Children and television advertising: When do they understand persuasive intent? Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2001,1(3), 238-245.
  • Gunter, B., Tohala, T., & Furnham, A. Television violence and memory for TV advertisements.  Communications: European Journal of Communication Research, 2001, 26(2), 109-127.
  • Huntington, P., Williams, P., Nicholas, D., & Gunter, B. Health advice on the TV: Early opinions of users. CD and Online Notes, 2001, 14(9), 4-8.
  • Nicholas, D., Huntington, P., Williams, P., & Gunter, B. Delivering consumer health information digitally: Platform comparisons. Proceedings of International Online Conference, Olympia, December, 2001. Oxford: Learned Information Limited, pp. 145-153.
  • Gunter, B. What does your home say about you? Britannia Magazine, Redwood Publishing, London, 2001, June.
  • Gunter, B. Is TV good for you. The Library Association Record, 2001, 103(9), 558-559.

1996- 2000

  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Griffiths, S. Children’s memory for news: A comparison of three presentation media. Media Psychology, 2000, 2, 93-118.
  • Gunter, B. Avoiding unsavoury television: Can psychology help? The Psychologist, 2000, 13(4), 194-199.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., Pretides, K., & Spencer-Bowdage, S. An exploration of links between video preferences and romantic partner preferences. Medien Psychologie, 2000, 12(3), 196-208.
  • Gunter, B., Charlton, T., Coles, D., & Panting, C. The impact of television on children’s antisocial behaviour in a novice television community. Child Study Journal, 2000, 20(2), 65-90.
  • Gunter, B., Kinderlerer, J., & Beyleveld, D. Teenagers and Biotechnology: A survey of understanding and opinions. Science Education, 1999, 32, 81-112
  • Gunter, B., Kinderlerer, J., & Beyleveld, D. The media and public understanding of biotechnology: A survey of scientists and journalists. Science Communication, 1999, 20(4), 373-394.
  • Gunter, B. Television news and the audience in Europe: What has been happening and where should we go next? Communications: European Journal of Communication Research, 1999, 24(1), 5-37.
  • Charlton, T., & Gunter, B. TV violence effects: Exceptionally vulnerable viewers? British Journal of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 1999, 491), 35-43.
  • Gunter, B., Harrison, J., Arundel, J., & Osborn, R. Female victimisation on television: Extent, nature and context of on-screen portrayals. Communications: European Journal of Communication Research, 1999, 24(4), 387-406.
  • Gunter, B. Watch Out! The Media age may turn into a repeat of Pandora’s Box. Sheffield Star, Thursday, March 15, 1999.
  • Furnham, A., Gunter, B., & Walsh, D. Memory for Humorous and Non-Humorous Television Advertisements: Effects of Programme Environment. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1998, 12, 555-567.
  • Charlton, T., Gunter, B., & Coles, D. Broadcast television as a cause of aggression? Recent findings from a naturalistic study. British Journal of Emotional and Behaviour Difficulties, 1998, 3(2), 5-13. (with T. Charlton and D. Coles)
  • Gunter, B. Ethnicity and involvement in violence on television: nature and content of on-screen portrayals. Journal of Black Studies, 1998, 28(6), 683-703.
  • Gunter, B. & Charlton, T. Television on St. Helena: Does the output give cause for concern?  Medien Psychologie, 1998, 10, 184-203.
  • Gunter, B. Television programming and violence, international. In L. Kurtz (Ed) Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 1998.
  • Gunter, B., Kinderlerer, J., & Beyleveld, D. Development of a Strategy to Promote the Public’s Understanding of Biotechnology. Report to the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
  • Department of Journalism Studies and Sheffield Institute of Biotechnological Law and Ethics, University of Sheffield, May, 1998.
  • Gunter, B. Focus groups. Sunday Telegraph, 15 November 1998.
  • Gunter, B. Telebuddies: Can watching TV make us more considerate? Psychology Review, 1998, 5(1), 6-9.
  • Gunter, B., Clifford, B., & McAleer, J. Children's memory and comprehension of two science programmes. Journal of Educational Media, 1997.
  • Gunter, B. Violence on children's programmes on British television. Children and Society, 1997, 11(3), 143-156 (with J. Harrison)
  • Gunter, B., & Ward, K. News reporting of television violence in the British press. Medien Psychologie, 1997, 4, 253-270.
  • Furnham, A., Ingle, H., McClelland, A., & Gunter, B. A content analysis of alcohol portrayal and drinking in British television soap operas. Health Education Research, 1997, 12(4), 519-529.
  • Gunter, B. An audience-based approach to assessing programme quality. In T. H. van der Voort and P. Winterhoff-Spurk (Eds.) Psychology of Media in Europe 2: Perspectives for Cooperative Research. Westdeutscher Verlag, 1997, pp.1-34.
  • Gunter, B. Television: Is it good or bad for our kids? In T. Charlton and K David (Eds.) Elusive Links: Television, Video Games and Children's Behaviour. Cheltenham: Gloucestershire Centre for Education and Development/Park Published Papers, 1997
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Biographical and climate predictors of job satisfaction and pride in the organization. Journal of Psychology, 1996, 130(2), 193-208.
  • Kelley, P., & Gunter, B. Helping viewers learn from television: A new approach to increasing the impact of the medium. Journal of Educational Media, 1996, 22(1), 23-39.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Beeson, C. Recall of television advertisements as a function of programme evaluation. Journal of Psychology, 1996.
  • Gunter, B. The market for minority access television: The case of religious broadcasting in the UK. Gazette, 1996, 57(3), 197-216.
  • Gunter, B., & Harrison, J. Measuring television violence: Impressions given by different quantitative indicators. European Journal of Communication Research, 1996, 21, 385-406.
  • Gunter, B., Clifford, B., & McAleer, J. Learning from multi-topic science programmes on mainstream television. Medien Psychologie, 1996, 9(1), 3-23.
  • Gunter, B. Broadcasting parliament to the public. In D. Paletz (Ed), Political Communication Review Yearbook. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1996, pp. 141-178.
  • Gunter, B. Segmenting consumers. In M. Warner (Ed) International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, London: Routledge, 1996.
    Gunter, B., & Harrison, J. Violence on Television in Britain: A Content Analysis - 1995-96.
  • Report to the Broadcasting Standards Council, British Broadcasting Corporation, British Sky Broadcasting, Channel Four Television, ITV Association and Independent Television Commission, December 1996

1990- 1995

  • Gunter, B., & Moss, R. Maths teachers on maths programmes for schools. Mathematics Teacher, 1995, June, 30-33.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Biographical and personality predictors of organizational climate. Psychologia - An International Journal of Psychology in the Orient, 1994, 37(4), 199-210.
  • Gunter, B. Understanding the appeal of TV game shows. Medien Psychologie, 1995, 7(2), 87-106.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Lineton, Z. Watching people watching television. Journal of Educational Television, 1995, 21(3), 165-191.
  • Gunter, B., & Harrison, J. Violence on Television in the United Kingdom: A Content Analysis. Report to the BBC and ITC, Department of Journalism Studies, University of Sheffield, July, 1995.
  • Sancho-Aldridge, J., & Gunter, B. The impact of a TV series upon public impressions about psychiatrists. Psychological Reports, 1994, 74, 163-178.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Frost, C. Recall by young people of television advertisements as a function of programme type and audience evaluation. Psychological Reports, 1994, 75, 1107-1120. )
  • Gunter., B. Furnham A., & Peterson, E. Television distraction and the performance of introverts and extraverts. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1994, 8, 705-711.
  • Gunter, B. The question of media violence. In J. Bryant and D. Zillmann (Eds.) Media Effects: Advances on Theory and Research, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994.
  • Gunter, B., & Franklin, B. Party Political Broadcasts: Audiences, Appreciation and Public Opinion. Report for the ITC and ITV Network Centre, December, 1994, University of Sheffield.
  • Gunter, B. Testing times. Spectrum, 1994, Summer, 15-16
  • Gunter, B., & Winstone, P. Sensitivity to offence on television: The significance of demographic, attitudinal and programme preference factors. Medien Psychologie, 1993, September, 190-202.
  • Gunter, B., Sancho-Aldridge, J., & Moss, R. Public perceptions of the role of television in raising AIDS awareness. Health Education Journal, 1993, 52(1), 19-27.
  • Gunter, B. On the future of television ratings. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 1993, 37(3), 359-364.
  • Gunter, B. The audience and quality in television broadcasting. Media Information Australia, 1993, 70, 53-60.
  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. The Gulf crisis and television: The public's response in Britain. In B.S. Greenberg and W. Gantz (Eds.) Desert Storm and the Mass Media. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press Inc. 1993, pp. 281-298.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Corporate culture: definition, diagnosis and change. In C.L. Cooper and I.T. Robertson (Eds.) International Review of Industrial and Organisational Psychology, London: John Wiley and Sons, 1993, Vol.8., pp 233-261.
  • Gunter, B. TV violence: Putting the research into perspective. Spectrum, 1993, Summer, pp.16-17
  • Gunter, B. Monitoring viewers' attitudes to television. Media Information Australia, 1992, 63, 75-86.
  • Gunter, B., mcAleer, J., & Clifford, B. Children and television advertising: A developmental perspective. In Proceedings of the 197th ESOMAR Seminar on Children and Young People: Are They the new Consumers? March, 1992.
  • Gunter, B., Clemens, J., & Wober, M. Defining television quality through audience reaction measures. In Proceedings of the ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium, Toronto, Canada, 1-3 June, 1992.
  • Gunter, B., & Stipp, H. Attitudes about sex and violence on television in the United States and in Great Britain: A comparison of research findings. Medien Psychologie, 1992, December, 267-286.
  • Gunter, B., & Svennevig, M. The impact of nuclear fiction in Britain: The Day After and Threads. In J.M. Wober (Ed.) Television and Nuclear Power: Making the Public Mind. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Ablex, 1992, pp.55-66.
  • Gunter, B. You pays your money. Spectrum, 1992, (Winter), pp.8-10.
  • Gunter, B. How did you like it? Diffusion, 1992/93, No.1, 38-41.
  • Gunter, B., McAleer, J., & Clifford, B. Television police dramas and children's beliefs about the police. Journal of Educational Television, 1991, 17(2), 87-100.
  • Gunter, B. Drama documentaries: The viewer's viewpoint. Medien Psychologie, 1991, 3, 146-167.
  • Gunter, B., Moss, R., & Jones, C. Teachers using television. Journal of Educational Television, 1991, 17(2), 109-112.
  • Gunter, B. Research the critics overlook. The Guardian, 1991, April 15.
    Gunter, B. Critical eyes. Spectrum, 1991, (Winter).
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Green, A. Remembering science: The recall of factual information as a function of presentation mode. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1990, 4(3), 203-212.
  • Gunter, B. The cognitive impact of news. In J. Bryant and D. Zillmann (Eds.) Responding to the Screen: Reception and Reaction Processes. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1990, pp. 229-260.
  • Gunter, B. Television: DBS transforms the scene in Europe. The Public Perspective: A Roper Centre Review of Public Opinions and Polling, 1990, July/August, Vol.1(5), 20-21.
  • Gunter, B. Audience appreciation: What's the score? Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1990, Summer, p.11.
  • Gunter, B. & Wober, M. A plus for the police on TV. Police Review, 1990, December.

Pre-1990

  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. The uses and impact of home video in Britain. In M.R. Levy (Ed.)
  • The VCR Age: Home Video Recorders and the Mass Communication Process. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1989, pp. 50-69.
  • Gunter, B. Attitudes to television in 1989. Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1989-90, Winter, pp.12-13.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Adolescents' attitudes to the role of women. Educational Studies, 1988, 14(1), 33-42.
  • McAleer, J., & Gunter, B. An investigation into the use and perceived value of an educational TV programme made for schools Journal of Educational Television, 1988, 14(2), 123-135.
  • Gunter, B. Editorial: Violence on television. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 1988, 7(1), 3-9.
  • Gunter, B. The importance of studying viewers' perceptions of television violence. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 1988, 7(1), 26-42.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Proctor, E. Memory for material presented in the media: The superiority of written communication. Psychological Reports, 1988, 63, 935-938.
  • Brewin, C., & Gunter, B. Media professionals' views about the Government's 1987 AIDS campaign. Health Education Journal, 1988, 47, 111-116.
  • Gunter, B. Local and regional audiences: Do they exist, are they interested? Proceedings of the One World Broadcasting Trust 1988 Conference: Broadcasting and Development - The North-South Interrelationship. London: The One World Broadcasting Trust, 1988 (November 15).
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. The primacy of print: Immediate cued recall of news as a function of the channel of communication. Journal of General Psychology, 1988, 116(3), 305-310.
  • Gunter, B. The perceptive audience. In J. Anderson (Ed.) Communication Review Yearbook, No.11, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1988, pp. 22-50.
  • Gunter, B. Finding the limits of audience activity. In J. Anderson (Ed.) Communication Review Yearbook, No. 11, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1988, pp. 108-126.
  • Gunter, B. Media expansion in the UK. In L. Becker and K. Schoenbach (Eds.), Audience Responses to Media Diversification, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1988, pp. 71-89.
  • Gunter, B., & Wakshlag, J. Television viewing and perceptions of crime among London residents. In P. Drummond and R. Paterson (Eds.), Television and Its Audience: International Research Perspectives. London: British Film Institute, 1988, pp. 191-209.
  • Gunter, B. Viewers on violence. Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1988, Winter, p.7.
  • Gunter, B., & Svennevig, M. Attitudes to broadcasting. Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1988, Winter, pp.11-14.
  • Gunter, B. Who needs to sleep when the telly's still on. The Viewer, 1988, Summer, No.2, 7-9.
    Gunter, B., & Furnham, A.
  • Effects of time of day and medium of presentation on recall of violent and non-violent news. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1987, 1, 255-262.
    Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Graphology and personality: Another failure
  • to validate graphological analysis. Personality and Individual Differences, 1987, 8, 433-438.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Benson, I. Memory for television commercials as a function of the channel of communication. Social Behaviour, 1987, 2, 105-112.
  • Gunter, B. What the audience says -The facts and figures. Proceedings of the One World Broadcasting Trust 1987 Conference: TV-AID: What Next? London; One World Broadcasting Trust and Council of Europe, 1987.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Young people's political knowledge. Educational Studies, 1987, 13, 91-104.
  • Gunter, B. The psychological influences of television. In H. Beloff and A. Coleman (Eds.),Psychology Survey, No.6., Leicester: British Psychological Society, 1987, pp. 276-304.
  • Gunter, B. Watching late with mother. The Independent, 1987, January 7.
    Gunter, B. Victims of viewing. The Listener, 1987, March 21, p.27.
  • Gunter, B. Fostering a healthy attitude. New Scientist, 1987, May 21, pp.79-80.
  • Gunter, B. & Furnham, A. Squaring up to prejudice. The Guardian, 1987, June 3.
    Gunter, B. Young people's beliefs about getting a job. Times Higher educational Supplement, 1987, July.
  • Gunter, B. Viewers interviewed: The family audience. Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA,1987, Spring, P.21.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Tips for would-be trainees. The Guardian, 1987, August 12.
  • Gunter, B., & Svennevig, M. The audience experience of the 1984 European Election campaign. Parliamentary Affairs, 1986, 36(2), 165-178.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Television and beliefs about health care and medical treatment.  Current Psychological Research and Reviews, 1986, Winter, 291-304.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Sex and personality differences in recall of violent and non-violent news from three presentation modalities. Personality and Individual Differences, 1986, 7(6), 829-837.
  • Levy, M., & Gunter, B. The social context of video use. American Behavioural Scientist, 1987, 30, 486-494.
  • Kelley, P., Buckle, L., & Gunter, B. "Reading" television in the classroom: More results from the Television Literacy Project. Journal of Educational Television, 1987, 13 (1), 7-19.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Television audience research at Britain's Independent Broadcasting Authority: 1974-1984. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 1986, Winter, 30(1), 15-31.
  • Gunter., B., Furnham, A., & Leese, J. Memory for information from a party political broadcast as a function of the channel of communication. Social Behaviour, 1986, 1, 135-142.
  • Gunter, B. Olympics coverage on television 1984; Audiences and appreciation. In M. Real (Ed.) Global Ritual: Olympic Media Coverage and International Understanding, UNESCO, 1986.
  • Gunter, B. Plenty of evidence, very little proof. The Listener, 1986, January 23, 7-9.
  • Gunter, B. Mass communications in the 1980s. The Domesday Project, London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 1986.
  • Gunter, B. Producing memorable news. Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1986, Summer, 10-11.
  • Greenberg, B., & Gunter, B. Media wise. Times Educational Supplement, 1986, October 12.
  • Gunter, B. Come on down: A report on the popular appeal of TV quiz and game shows.  Airwaves: Quarterly Journal of the IBA, 1986, Spring, p5.
  • Levy, M., & Gunter, B. Transmission control. Times Educational Supplement, 1986, April 28.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Sex, presentation mode and memory for violent and non-violent news. Journal of Educational Television, 1985, 11, 99-105.
  • Kelley, P., Gunter, B., & Kelley, C. Teaching television in the classroom: results of a preliminary study. Journal of Educational Television, 1985, 11, 57-63.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Androgyny and perceptions of male and female violence on television. Human Factors, 1985, 38, 535-549.
  • Gunter, B. News sources and news awareness: A British survey. Journal of broadcasting and Electronic Media, 1985, 29, 397-406.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Patterns of television viewing and perceptions of hazards to life.  Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1985, 5.
  • Gunter, B., Wober, M., & Svennevig, M. The television audience and the 1983 General Election. In I. Crewe and M. Harrop (Eds.) Political Communication: The Media, the Parties and the Polls in the 1983 Election. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.
  • Gunter, B. Determinants of television viewing preferences. In D. Zillmann and J. Bryant (Eds.) Selective Exposure to Communication, Hillsdale,NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1985, pp 93-112.
  • Gunter, B. Injury time. The Listener, 1985, March 14.
  • Kelly, P., Buckle, L., & Gunter, B. The television literacy project. Secondary Education Journal,1985, June, Vol. 15, No.2., 21-22.
  • Kelley, P., & Gunter, B. Pupils get behind the camera to learn media lessons. The Teacher, 1985, Summer.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Perceptions of television violence: Effects of programme genre and physical form of violence. British Journal of Social Psychology, 1984, 23, 155-164.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Ethics and values. Indian Journal of Community Guidance Service, 1984, 1, 37-51.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Just world beliefs and attitudes towards the poor. British Journal of Social Psychology, 1984, 23, 265-269.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Gietseon, G. Memory for the news as a function of presentation modality. Human Learning, 1984, 3, 265-271.
  • Gunter, B. Television as a facilitator of good behaviour amongst children. Journal of Moral Education, 1984, 13(3), 152-159.
  • Gunter, B., Svennevig, M. & Wober, M., Viewers' experience of television coverage of the 1983 General Election. Parliamentary Affairs, 1984, 37, 271-282.
  • Gunter, B. Television and the young viewers: I. Separating the potential for good from the potential for harm. Head Teachers' Review, 1984, Spring.
  • Gunter, B. Television and the young viewer: II. Teaching television literacy. Head Teachers' Review, 1984, Summer, 18-24.
  • Gunter, B. Video nasties. Stills Magazine, 1984, Feb-Mar, 36-37.
  • Gunter, B. Television literacy. Times Educational Supplement, 1984, October 10.
    Gunter, B. Television violence in the eye of the beholder. Independent Broadcasting Quarterly, 1984, Winter, 16-17.
  • Gunter, B. Forgetting the news. In E. Wartella, D.C. Whitney and S. Windahl (Eds.) Mass Communication Review Yearbook, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1983, Vol. 4., pp.165-172
  • Berry, C., Clifford, B., & Gunter, B. Thema darstellung und zuchauer. Publizistik, 1983.
  • Gunter, B. Do aggressive people prefer violent television? Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1983, 38, 166-168.
  • Gunter, B., & Furnham, A. Personality and perceptions of television violence. Personality and Individual Differences, 1983, 4, 315-321.
  • Gunter, B. Personality and perceptions of harmful and harmless TV violence. Personality and Individual Differences, 1983, 4, 665-670.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. Sex and personality differences in self-reported social skills among British adolescents. Journal of Adolescence, 1983, 6, 57-59.
  • Gunter, B. How social psychologists should deal with the media. Newsletter: Social Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, 1983, No. 11, 14-19.
  • Gunter, B., Jarrett, J., & Furnham, A. Time of day effects and immediate memory for television news. Human Learning, 1983, 2, 261-267.
  • Gunter, B., Furnham, A., & Jarrett, J. Personality, time of day and delayed memory for TV news. Personality and Individual Differences, 1983, 4, 35-39.
  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. Television viewing and perceptions of women on TV and in real life.  Current Psychological Research, 1983, 2, 277-288.
  • Furnham, A., & Gunter, B. TV viewing and adolescents political awareness in Britain. Journal of Adolescence, 1983, 6, 373-385.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Television viewing and public perceptions of hazards to life. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1983, 3, 325-335.
  • Gunter, B. How to get your image right on television. Unilever Magazine, 1983.
    Gunter, B. News blackout. Stills Magazine, 1983, Sept-Oct, 51-52.
  • Gunter, B. Children's interactions with television: New research perspectives and an eye on future developments. Children and Television Monograph, Melbourne, Australia: Monash University, 1982.
  • Gunter, B. Research overview: Dimensions of television violence. Newsletter: Social Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, 1982, No.9.
  • Gunter, B. Does television interfere with reading development? Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1982, 35, 232-235.
  • Gunter, B., Berry, C., & Clifford, B. Remembering broadcast news: The implications of experimental research for production technique. Human Learning, 1982, 1, 13-30.
  • Berry, C., Gunter, B., & Clifford, B. Remembering the news. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1982, 35, 301-304.
  • Gunter, B., & Wober, M. Impressions of old people on TV and in real life. British Journal of Social Psychology, 1982, 21, 335-336.
  • Berry, C., Gunter, B.,& Clifford, B. Nachrichtenprasentation im fernesehen faktoren, die erinnerungsleistung der zuchauer beeinflussen. Media Perspektiven, 1981, 1, 688-694.
  • Gunter, B. Can television teach kindness? Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1981, 34, 121-124.
  • Gunter, B. Scheduling television advertisements to protect young viewers. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1981, 34, 271-274.
  • Gunter, B. Measuring television violence: A review and suggestions for a new analytical perspective. Current Psychological Reviews, 1981, 1, 91-112.
  • Gunter, B., Berry, C., & Clifford, B. Release from proactive interference with television news items: Further evidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 1981, 7, 480-487.
  • Wober, M., & Gunter, B. Television and personal threat: Fact or artifact: A British survey.  British Journal of Social Psychology, 1982, 21, 239-247.
    Gunter, B. Forgetting the news. Intermedia, 1981, 9, 41-42.
  • Gunter, B. Measuring children's comprehension of television commercials. Current Psychological Reviews, 1981, 1, 159-170.
  • Gunter, B., Berry, C., & Clifford, B. Forgetting televised information: A problem for applied and theoretical psychology. Current Psychological Reviews, 1981, 1, 171-192.
  • Gunter, B. Remembering television news: Effects of picture content. Journal of General Psychology, 1980, 102, 127-133.
  • Gunter, B. Interpreting release from proactive interference for the individual subject. Psychological Reports, 1980, 46, 1044-1046.
  • Gunter, B. Remembering televised news: Effects of visual format on information gain. Journal of Educational Television, 1980, 6, 8-11.
  • Gunter, B., Clifford, B., & Berry, C. Release from proactive interference with television news items: Evidence for encoding dimensions within televised news. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 1980, 6, 216-233.
  • Gunter, B. Can astrology predict personality? Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1980, 3, 155-157.
  • Gunter, B. The cathartic potential of television drama. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1980, 33, 448-450.
  • Gunter, B. Note: Release from proactive interference with television news items. Psychological Reports, 1979, 45, 642.
  • Gunter, B. Retrieval cues and release from proactive interference with meaningful materials.  Psychological Reports, 1979, 45, 247-254.
  • Gunter, B. Recall of brief television news items: Effects of presentation mode, picture content and serial position. Journal of Educational Television, 1979, 5, 57-61.
  • Gunter, B. Television violence and entertainment value. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1979, 32, 100-102.
  • Gunter, B. The peace of a long, cool summer. New Society, 1978, 24, 394-395.

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