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Screening 3-year-olds for language delay using selected parent-report measures: the jury is still out
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2007)
A postal survey of parents was conducted at ‘around the time of their child’s third birthday’, consisting of a set of separate screening questionnaires and a further questionnaire about their child’s current or past language ...
Fundamental frequency of neonatal crying: Does body size matter?
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2009)
Summary: The objective of this study was to determine the influence of fetal growth on the fundamental frequency (F0) of neonatal crying in a group of healthy full term infants. The spontaneous cries of 131 infants were ...
An object-based cost of visual filtering
(University of Canterbury. Psychology., 2000)
Although evidence for object-based attention has been reported in a variety of paradigms, few studies have examined directly the relationship between the processing efficiency of the targets and the number of ...
Processing demand modulates the effect of spatial attention on the judged duration of a brief stimulus
(University of Canterbury. Psychology., 2001)
How does attention influence the judged duration of a brief stimulus? In the four experiments reported here, we show that the effect of spatial attention on duration judgment depended on the processing demand of the ...
An Evaluation of the Response Modulation Hypothesis in Relation to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(University of Canterbury. Psychology., 2006)
Several hypotheses related to Newman's (e.g., Patterson & Newman, 1993) response modulation hypothesis were examined among adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD; n=18) and normal controls (n=23). ...