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Lianne J. Woodward

Affiliations: 
Canterbury Child Development Research Group University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand 
Area:
Neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants born very preterm, Neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants exposed to methadone during pregnancy, Parenting and family functioning, Teenage pregnancy and parenthood
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Lee SJ, Woodward LJ, Henderson JMT. (2019) Educational achievement at age 9.5 years of children born to mothers maintained on methadone during pregnancy. Plos One. 14: e0223685
Erdei C, Inder TE, Dodrill P, et al. (2019) The Growth and Development Unit. A proposed approach for enhancing infant neurodevelopment and family-centered care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Journal of Perinatology : Official Journal of the California Perinatal Association
Lee SJ, Pritchard VE, Austin NC, et al. (2019) Health and Neurodevelopment of Children Born to Opioid-Dependent Mothers at School Entry. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics : Jdbp
Ritchie K, Bora S, Woodward LJ. (2018) Peer Relationship Outcomes of School-Age Children Born Very Preterm. The Journal of Pediatrics
Lean RE, Melzer TR, Bora S, et al. (2017) Attention and Regional Gray Matter Development in Very Preterm Children at Age 12 Years. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : Jins. 1-12
Harris SL, Austin NC, Battin M, et al. (2016) In-hospital morbidity and brain metrics of preterm neonates born 1998-2009. The New Zealand Medical Journal. 129: 94-107
Rand KM, Austin NC, Inder TE, et al. (2015) Neonatal Infection and Later Neurodevelopmental Risk in the Very Preterm Infant. The Journal of Pediatrics
Crapnell TL, Woodward LJ, Rogers CE, et al. (2015) Neurodevelopmental Profile, Growth, and Psychosocial Environment of Preterm Infants with Difficult Feeding Behavior at Age 2 Years. The Journal of Pediatrics
Ritchie K, Bora S, Woodward LJ. (2015) Social development of children born very preterm: a systematic review. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 57: 899-918
Clark CA, Woodward LJ. (2015) Relation of perinatal risk and early parenting to executive control at the transition to school. Developmental Science. 18: 525-42
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