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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Sarah Cassidy
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Measurement properties of tools used to assess depression in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions: A systematic review2018
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Dr Barry Ingham
Dr Jeremy Parr
et al.
Psychometric properties of questionnaires and diagnostic measures for autism spectrum disorders in adults: a systematic review2018
Dr Sarah Wigham
Andreas Bauer
Shannon Robalino
Dr Ailbhe Burke
Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch
et al.
A systematic review of the effectiveness of alcohol brief interventions for the UK military personnel moving back to civilian life2017
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr Stephen Barton
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
A systematic review of the rates of depression in children and adults with high functioning autism spectrum disorder2017
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr Darren Flynn
Dr Laura Ternent
Acceptability of Parental Financial Incentives and Quasi-Mandatory Interventions for Preschool Vaccinations: Triangulation of Findings from Three Linked Studies2016
Dr Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Sarah Wigham
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Mark Freeston
Dr Emma Honey
et al.
Development of the Anxiety Scale for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASC-ASD)2016
Dr Jean Adams
Dr Belinda Bateman
Dr Frauke Becker
Dr Darren Flynn
Dr Yemi Oluboyede
et al.
Effectiveness and acceptability of parental financial incentives and quasi-mandatory schemes for increasing uptake of vaccinations in preschool children: systematic review, qualitative study, and discrete choice experiment2015
Dr Jeremy Parr
Laura Gray
Dr Sarah Wigham
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Ann Le Couteur
et al.
Measuring the relationship between the parental Broader Autism Phenotype, parent–child interaction, and children’s progress following parent mediated intervention2015
Dr Sarah Wigham
Trauma and life events in adults with intellectual disability2015
Dr Sarah Wigham
Dr John Taylor
A prospective study of the relationship between adverse life events and trauma in adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities2014
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