Jupp, E., Pykett, J. and Smith, F. (eds.) (forthcoming) Emotional States. Sites and Spaces of Affective Governance. Routledge, London.
Pykett, J., Jones, R. and Whitehead, M. (eds.) (forthcoming) Psychological Governance and Public Policy. Governing the mind, brain and behaviour. Routledge, London.
Pykett, J. (2015) Brain Culture. Shaping policy through neuroscience. Policy Press, Bristol.
Jones, R., Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (2013) Changing Behaviours: On the Rise of the Psychological State. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
Pykett, J. (ed.) (2011) Governing Through Pedagogy. Re-educating Citizens. Routledge, London.
Peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and professional reports
Pykett, J. (in press)“Changing Behaviour”. P.Alcock, M.May, S. Wright, T. Haux (Eds.) (2016) Student’s Companion to Social Policy – Fifth Edition. Wiley-Blackwell.
Pykett, J. (in press) “Forensic neuropsychology: social, cultural and political implications” in A Beech, A.Carter, R.Mann and P.Rotshtein (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.
Pykett, J. and Enright, B. (2016) “Geographies of brain culture. optimism and optimisation in workplace training programmes” Cultural Geographies, 23(1), 51-68.
Pykett, J. (2016) “From Global Economic Change to Neuromolecular Capitalism”. J. DeVos and E.Pluth (Eds) Neuroscience and Critique. Routledge, London.
Pykett, J., Lilley, R., Whitehead, M., Howell, R. and Jones, R. (2016) “Mindfulness, Behaviour Change and Decision Making” Report presented in Houses of Parliament with the Mindfulness Initiative, London, Feb 2016
Pykett, J. and Disney, T. (2015) “Brain-Targeted Teaching and the Biopolitical Child” in Kallio, K. P. and Mills, S. (2015) (eds) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer: Berlin.
Pykett, J. (2015) “Reclaiming public action from theories of securitization”. Dialogues in Human Geography 5(3), 284-286.
Whitehead, M., Jones, R., Howell, R., Lilley, R. and Pykett, J. (2015) “(Re)Inhabiting Awareness: Geography and Mindfulness” Social and Cultural Geography, online first, Oct 2015
Pykett, J. and Johnson S. (2015) “Silver Bullets Need a Careful Aim. Dilemmas in applying behavioural insights” Report presented at the RSA, London, 2015.
Whitehead, M., Howell, R., Lilley, R., Jones, R. and Pykett, J. (2014) “Nudging all over the World”. Report on the ESRC Transforming Behaviours project.
Lilley, R., Whitehead, M., Howell, R., Jones, R. and Pykett, J. (2014) “Mindfulness Intervention Evaluation Report to the Welsh Government”.
Pykett, J. (2014)“Representing Attitudes to Welfare Dependency: Relational Geographies of Welfare” Sociological Research Online, 19 (3), 23.
Pykett, J., Jones, R., Whitehead, M. and Welsh, M. (2014) “The Art of Choosing and the Politics of Social Marketing” Political Studies 35 (2), 97-114.
Jones, R., Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (2013) “Psychological governance and behaviour change”. Policy and Politics 41:2, 159-182.DOI
Pykett, J. (2013) “Neurocapitalism and the new neuros: using neuroeconomics, behavioural economics and picoeconomics for public policy” Journal of Economic Geography 13 (5), 845-869. DOI
Welsh, M., Jones, R. Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (forthcoming).” The ‘Problem Gambler’ And Socio-Spatial Vulnerability”. In Problem Gambling Research (Palgrave Macmillan)
Pykett, J. (2012) Re-educating Citizens. Governing Through Pedagogy.Routledge, London.
Whitehead, M., Jones, R., Pykett. J. and Welsh, M. (2012) Geography, libertarian paternalism and neuro-politics in the UK. The Geographical Journal. DOI
Whitehead M, Jones R, Pykett J. (2011) "Governing irrationality, or a more than rational government? Reflections on the rescientisation of decision making in British public policy " Environment and Planning A 43(12) 2819 – 2837 DOI
Pykett, J., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Huxley, M., Strauss, K., Gill, N., McGeevor, K., Thompson, L., and Newman, J. (2011) “Interventions in the Political Geography of ‘Libertarian Paternalism’” Political Geography 30 (6), p301-310 DOI
Pykett, J. (2012) “The New Maternal State: the Gendered Politics of Governing through Behaviour Change” Antipode 44 (1), p217-238 DOI
Pykett, J. (2012) “Making youth publics and neuro-citizens: critical geographies of contemporary educational practice” in P.Kraftl, J.Horton and F.Tucker (Eds.) Youth Matters: critical geographies of children and youth: policy and practice. Policy Press, Bristol.
Long, H., Zou, J., Pykett, J. and Li, Y. (2011) “Analysis of rural transformation development in China since the turn of the new millennium”. Applied Geography 31, p1094-1105.
Jones, R., Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (2011) “Governing Temptation: changing behaviour in an age of libertarian paternalism”, Progress in Human Geography, 35: 4, 483-501. Published 18 November 2010 DOI
Jones, R., Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (2011) “The Geographies of Soft Paternalism in the UK: The Rise of the Avuncular State and Changing Behaviour after Neoliberalism", Geography Compass 5: 1, 50-62. DOI
Pykett, J. (2011) “ Geography, Citizenship and Ethical citizens” in G.Butt (Ed.) Geography, Education and the Future. Contiuum, London, p225-239.
Pykett, J. (2011) “MINDSPACE: State knowledges and the new philosopher kings” Area. Response from Hallsworth, M., Institute for Government. DOI.
Pykett, J., Saward, M. and Schafer, A. (2010) “Framing the good citizen”, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 12 (4), 523-538. DOI
Pykett, J. (2010) “Editorial: The Pedagogical State. Education, Citizenship, Governing” Citizenship Studies 14: 6, pp617-619. DOI
Pykett, J. (2010) “Citizenship Education and narratives of pedagogy” Citizenship Studies 14: 6, pp621-635 DOI
Pykett, J. (Ed.) (2010) “Designing Identity: exploring citizenship through geographies of identity” Geography 95 (3).
Pykett, J, Cloke P, Barnett C, Clarke, N. and Malpass A. (2010). Learning to be global citizens: the rationalities of fair-trade education. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 28 (3), 487-508 DOI
Pykett, J. (2010). Whose education? Disentangling publics, persons and citizens. In Mahony, N, Newman, J. and Barnett, C. (Eds.) Rethinking the public. Innovations in research, theory and politics. Sage, London, Ch 7, 91-106.
Jones, R., Pykett, J. and Whitehead, M. (2010) “Big Society’s Little Nudges: The Changing Politics of Health Care in an Age of Austerity” Political Insight Magazine December 2010. DOI
Pykett, J. (2009) “Personalisation and de-schooling: uncommon trajectories in contemporary education policy” Critical Social Policy 29 (3), 374-397. DOI
Pykett, J. (2009) “Pedagogical Power: lessons from school spaces”, Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 4(2) pp103–117. DOI
Pykett, J. (2009) “Making Citizens in the Classroom. An Urban Geography of Citizenship Education” Urban Studies 46(4), 803–823. DOI
Pykett, J. and Smith, M. (2009) “Rediscovering School Geographies: Connecting the distant worlds of school and academic geography” Teaching Geography 34(1), p35-38.
Anderson, J., Askins, K., Cook, I., Desforges, L., Evans, J., Fannin, M., Fuller, D., Griffiths, H., Lambert, D., Lee, R., MacLeavy, J., Mayblin, L., Morgan, J., Payne, B., Pykett, J., Roberts, D., and Skelton, T. (2008) “What is Geography’s contribution to making citizens?” Geography 93 (1), pp34-39.
Pykett, J. (2007) “Making Citizens Governable? The Crick Report as Governmental Technology” in Journal of Education Policy 22 (3), pp301-320. DOI. Reproduced in Murphey, M. (forthcoming) Social Theory and Education Research. SAGE Library of Educational Thought & Practice. SAGE, London.. SAGE, London.
Facer, K. and Pykett, J. (2007) “Developing and Accrediting Personal Competencies and Skills”. A report commissioned by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). Futurelab Education, Bristol.
Pykett, J. (2004) “Using Debate to Promote Critical Thinking in Citizenship Education”,. A report commissioned by the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA), available at: www.citized.info/pdf/commarticles/Jessica_Pykett.pdf