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Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Juliana Mensah
Vocabulary Development and Trajectories of Behavioral and Emotional Difficulties Via Academic Ability and Peer Problems2019
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
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
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Professor Sheena Reilly
Developmental Language Disorder2018
Professor James Law
Tom King
Professor Sheena Reilly
Early Home Activities and Oral Language Skills in Middle Childhood: A Quantile Analysis2018
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
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Quality of Life in Children with Developmental Language Disorder2018
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
Tom King
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor James Law
Acquisition of maternal education and its relation to single word reading in middle childhood: An analysis of the Millennium Cohort Study2017
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
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Language outcomes at 7 years: early predictors and co-occurring difficulties2017
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor Cristina McKean
Pre-school speech, language and fluency impairments: Best practice in identification and management2017
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Subgroups in language trajectories from 4 to 11 years: the nature and predictors of stable, improving and decreasing language trajectory groups2017
Professor Sheena Reilly
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Language Outcomes of Children with Cerebral Palsy aged 5 years and 6 years: A Population-Based Study2016
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Professor Sheena Reilly
Predicting meaningful differences in school-entry language skills from child and family factors measured at 12 months of age2016
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor Cristina McKean
Taking the ‘specific’ out of language impairment2016
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor Cristina McKean
Clinical Review: Identifying and managing common childhood language and speech impairments2015
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor Sheena Reilly
Levers for Language Growth: Characteristics and Predictors of Language Trajectories between 4 and 7 Years2015
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 Sheena Reilly
Maternal behaviors promoting language acquisition in slow-to-talk toddlers: Prospective community-based study2014
Professor Sheena Reilly
Professor James Law
Professor Cristina McKean
Specific language impairment: a convenient label for whom?2014
Dr Lindsay Pennington
Professor Sheena Reilly
Management of oromotor disorders in childhood2012