Browsing publications by Professor Helen McConachie

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Professor Helen McConachie
Child's verbal ability and gender are associated with age at diagnosis in a sample of young children with ASD in Europe.2016
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Sarah Wigham
Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Mark Freeston
Dr Emma Honey
et al.
Development of the Anxiety Scale for Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASC-ASD) Autism Research2016
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Jenni Jardine
Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Measuring self-reported quality of life in 8- to 11- year old children born with gastroschisis: is the KIDSCREEN questionnaire acceptable?2016
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Dr Alexandra Petrou
Professor Helen McConachie
A trial of an iPad™ intervention targeting social communication skills in children with autism2015
Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson
Building capacity for rigorous controlled trials in autism: the importance of measuring treatment adherence2015
Hannah Merrick
Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Kay Mann
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Characteristics of young people with long term conditions close to transfer to adult health services2015
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Professor Helen McConachie
Kathryn Temple
Cost-effectiveness analysis of a communication-focused therapy for pre-school children with autism: results from a randomised controlled trial2015
Frances Warnell
Dr Binu George
Professor Helen McConachie
Mary Johnson
Richard Hardy
et al.
Designing and recruiting to UK autism spectrum disorder research databases: do they include representative children with valid ASD diagnoses?2015
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Sarah Wigham
Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Mark Freeston
Dr Emma Honey
et al.
Development of the Anxiety Scale for Children – ASD (ASC-ASD)2015
Dr Claire Wood
Frances Warnell
Dr Annette Hames
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Helen McConachie
et al.
Evidence for ASD Recurrence Rates and Reproductive Stoppage From Large UK ASD Research Family Databases2015
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