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  1. Dr Hana D'Souza: Why adult neuropsychological models are inappropriate for understanding neurodevelopmental syndromes 1 item
  2. Prof Brian Butterworth: Developmental Dyscalculia 1 item
    1. Representation of Number in the Brain - Andreas Nieder, Stanislas Dehaene 06/2009

      Article Recommended

  3. Dr Hayley Leonard: Developmental Coordination Disorder 2 items
  4. Dr Val Muter: Literacy Disorders 2 items
    1. Literacy Disorders - Valerie Muter, Margaret J. Snowling

      Chapter 

    2. Children at family risk of dyslexia: a follow-up in early adolescence - Margaret J. Snowling, Valerie Muter, Julia Carroll 06/2007

      Article 

  5. Dr Tara Murphy: Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome (talk given in Module 2 this year) 7 items
    1. A Review of the Neuropsychological Dimensions of Tourette Syndrome - Simon Morand-Beaulieu, Julie Leclerc, Philippe Valois, Marc Lavoie 18/08/2017

      Article 

    2. Behavior Therapy for Tic Disorders: an Evidenced-Based Review and New Directions for Treatment Research - Joseph F. McGuire, Emily J. Ricketts, John Piacentini, Tanya K. Murphy 12/2015

      Article 

  6. Prof David Skuse: ADHD 3 items
    Readings recommended by Dr Maxine Sinclair:
    1. Characterizing cognition in ADHD: beyond executive dysfunction - F. Xavier Castellanos, Edmund J.S. Sonuga-Barke, Michael P. Milham, Rosemary Tannock 2006-3

      Article 

    2. Also research by Edmund Sonouga-Barke (Delay aversion & dual pathway models); and Joel T Nigg and Cynthia Huang-Pollock (executive function models)

  7. Dr Dagmara Dimitriou: Sleep and Learning in Developmental Disorders 3 items
    In recent years a great body of literature has emerged debating the impact of sleep on daytime behaviours, learning and cognition. It has become clear that sleep is essential for numerous functions, including health, mood, and cognition, and that even a modest sleep disruption can have severe detrimental effects. This lecture will cover areas of sleep physiology and psychological impact of sleep on children with developmental disorders.
    1. Sleep enhances memory consolidation in children - Anna Ashworth, Catherine M. Hill, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Dagmara Dimitriou 06/2014

      Article 

    2. Practice with Sleep Makes Perfect - Matthew P. Walker, Tiffany Brakefield, Alexandra Morgan, J.Allan Hobson 07/2002

      Article 

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