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  • Factors associated with common mental health problems of humanitarian workers in South Sudan. 

    Strohmeier, Hannah; orcid: 0000-0002-2876-5422; Scholte, Willem F; Ager, Alastair (2018-10-31)
    The latest data on major attacks against civilian aid operations have identified South Sudan as the most dangerous country for aid workers globally. Exposure to other traumatic events and chronic stress is also common in ...
  • Vowel Assessment for Systems of English (VASE) 

    Bates, Sally; Hewlett, Nigel; Kaighin, Sally; Sinclair, Alison; Sweet, Jane; Watson, Jocelynne (1999)
    VASE is a single word picture naming task which has been especially designed to assess vowel production in children presenting with developmental phonological disorder. The full assessment comprises 53 line drawings plus ...
  • Bhopal Survivors Movement Study - transcriptions and translations 

    Scandrett , Eurig (2008)
    These data comprise anonymised Hindi transcriptions and English translations of interviews conducted as part of the Bhopal Survivors Movement Study, which started in December 2007 (mostly between December 2007 and September ...
  • Prosody in Autism 2002 to 2004 

    Peppe, Sue (2004)
    Children with high-functioning autism are widely reported to show deficits in both prosodic and pragmatic ability. New procedures for assessing both of these are now available and have been used in a study of 31 children ...
  • Parent-child reading to improve language development and school readiness: A systematic review and meta-analysis (Final report) 

    Law, James; Charlton, Jenna; McKean, Cristina; Beyer, Fiona; Fernandez-Garcia, Cristina; Mashayekhi, Atefeh; Rush, Robert (Newcastle University and Queen Margaret University, 2018-07-01)
    Executive Summary: What we know already - For a number of years now population studies have shown us that parental book reading is an important feature of what is sometimes called the child’s Home Learning Environment ...

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