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Sarah Barnett
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Dr Carolyn Letts
Dr Helen Stringer
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Validation of a measure of parental responsiveness: Comparison of the brief Parental Responsiveness Rating Scale with a detailed measure of responsive parental behaviours2021
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Alexandra Wiles
Professor James Law
Expectations and experiences of parents taking part in parent–child interaction programmes to promote child language: a qualitative interview study2020
Dr Penny Levickis
Associations between early maternal behaviours and child language at 36 months in a cohort experiencing adversity2019
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Language Delay2019
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Training community health nurses to measure parent-child interaction: A mixed-methods study2019
Professor James Law
Dr Penny Levickis
Working with parents and families of children with developmental language disorders:An international perspective2019
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Sheena Reilly
A replicable, low‐burden mechanism for observing, recording, and analysing mother–child interaction in population research2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Associations between Maternal Behaviors at 1 Year and Child Language at 2 Years in a Cohort of Women Experiencing Adversity2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Sheena Reilly
Associations between maternal responsive linguistic input and child language performance at age 4 in a community‐based sample of slow‐to‐talk toddlers2018
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor James Law
Dr Penny Levickis
Data Resource Profile: The Child LAnguage REpository (CLARE)2018
Gordon Hackworth
Professor Sheena Reilly
Dr Penny Levickis
EHLS at School: school-age follow-up of the Early Home Learning Study cluster randomized controlled trial2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Language and social-emotional and behavioural wellbeing from 4-7 years: A community-based study2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Sheena Reilly
Maternal communicative behaviours and interaction quality as predictors of language development: findings from a community-based study of slow-to-talk toddlers2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Predictive validity of verbal and non-verbal communication and mother-child turn-taking at 12 months on language outcomes at 24 and 36 months in a cohort of infants experiencing adversity: A preliminary study2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Jennifer Smith
Professor Sheena Reilly
The role of joint engagement in the development of language in a community-derived sample of slow-to-talk children2018
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Associations between expressive and receptive language and internalizing and externalizing behaviours in a community-based prospective study of slow-to-talk toddlers2017
Professor James Law
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Child Language in a Public Health Context2017
Dr Penny Levickis
Concurrent associations between maternal behaviours and infant communication within a cohort of women and their infants experiencing adversity2017
Dr Penny Levickis
Measuring communicative participation in population‐based samples of children with speech and language difficulties2017
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Oral language – a foundation for learning2017
Dr Penny Levickis
Maternal responsiveness at age 2 years predicts child language outcomes at ages 3 and 4 years: Longitudinal population study2015
Dr Penny Levickis
Measuring maternal responsiveness in a community-based sample of slow-to-talk toddlers: A cross-sectional study2015
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor James Law
Professor Sheena Reilly
Two-Year Outcomes of a Population-Based Intervention for Preschool Language Delay: An RCT2015
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Sheena Reilly
Two-Year Outcomes of a Population-Based Intervention for Preschool Language Delay: An RCT2015
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor Cristina McKean
Dr Penny Levickis
Late talking: can it predict later language difficulties?2014
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Late talking: does parenting behaviour hold the key?2014
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Late talking: is intervention necessary and effective?2014
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Sheena Reilly
Maternal behaviors promoting language acquisition in slow-to-talk toddlers: Prospective community-based study2014