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Neurologic and developmental disability at six years of age after extremely preterm birth.
- N. Marlow, D. Wolke, M. Bracewell, M. Samara
- The New England journal of medicine
- 6 January 2005
BACKGROUND Birth before 26 weeks of gestation is associated with a high prevalence of neurologic and developmental disabilities in the infant during the first two years of life. METHODS We studied… Expand
Bullied by siblings: association with peer victimisation and behaviour problems in Israeli lower secondary school children.
BACKGROUND The association of bullying victimisation by siblings with a) involvement in bullying at school and b) behaviour problems among lower secondary school children in Israel was investigated.… Expand
Motor and Executive Function at 6 Years of Age After Extremely Preterm Birth
BACKGROUND. Studies of very preterm infants have demonstrated impairments in multiple neurocognitive domains. We hypothesized that neuromotor and executive-function deficits may independently… Expand
Associations between problems with crying, sleeping and/or feeding in infancy and long-term behavioural outcomes in childhood: a meta-analysis
Background Excessive crying, sleeping or feeding problems are found in approximately 20% of infants and may predict behavioural problems in childhood. Methods A quantitative meta-analysis of 22… Expand
Neurodevelopmental Disability Through 11 Years of Age in Children Born Before 26 Weeks of Gestation
BACKGROUND: To assess functional disability in children born before 26 weeks of gestation at 11 years of age and the stability of findings in individuals between 6 and 11 years of age. METHODS: Of… Expand
School-age outcomes in children who were extremely low birth weight from four international population-based cohorts.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine whether learning and school problems in extremely low birth weight (ELBW) and reference children differ between cohorts in different countries. … Expand
Effects of maternal depression on cognitive development of children over the first 7 years of life.
The effects of postnatal depression on cognitive test scores at 20 months and 4; 8 years of age as well as the timing (onset in the early postnatal period versus later), severity, number of episodes,… Expand
The objective rating of oral-motor functions during feeding
The Schedule for Oral Motor Assessment (SOMA) was developed to record oral-motor skills objectively in infants between ages 8 and 24 months postnatal. Its aim is to identify areas of dysfunction that… Expand
Virtual learning intervention to reduce bullying victimization in primary school: a controlled trial.
- M. Sapouna, D. Wolke, +9 authors R. Aylett
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
BACKGROUND Anti-bullying interventions to date have shown limited success in reducing victimization and have rarely been evaluated using a controlled trial design. This study examined the effects of… Expand
Behavioral style in failure-to-thrive infants: a preliminary communication.
In a pilot inner-city survey, nine 1-year-old infants with nonorganic failure to thrive (NOFT) and pairwise matched controls from the same deprived inner-city area were studied at home. A multimethod… Expand