Verena E. Pritchard

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, Visual selective attention and inhibitory processes in memory retrieval
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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
Pritchard VE, Bora S, Austin NC, et al. (2014) Identifying very preterm children at educational risk using a school readiness framework. Pediatrics. 134: e825-32
Pritchard VE, Montgomery-Hönger A. (2014) A comparison of parent and staff perceptions of setting-specific and everyday stressors encountered by parents with very preterm infants experiencing neonatal intensive care. Early Human Development. 90: 549-55
Woodward LJ, Bora S, Clark CA, et al. (2014) Very preterm birth: maternal experiences of the neonatal intensive care environment. Journal of Perinatology : Official Journal of the California Perinatal Association. 34: 555-61
Bora S, Pritchard VE, Chen Z, et al. (2014) Neonatal cerebral morphometry and later risk of persistent inattention/hyperactivity in children born very preterm. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines. 55: 828-38
Lean RE, Pritchard VE, Woodward LJ. (2013) Child protection and out-of-home placement experiences of preschool children born to mothers enrolled in methadone maintenance treatment during pregnancy Children and Youth Services Review. 35: 1878-1885
Pritchard VE, Neumann E. (2011) Classic Stroop Negative Priming effects for children and adults diverge with less-conflicting and nonconflicting conditions. The American Journal of Psychology. 124: 405-19
Bora S, Pritchard VE, Moor S, et al. (2011) Emotional and behavioural adjustment of children born very preterm at early school age. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 47: 863-9
Pritchard VE, Woodward LJ. (2011) Preschool executive control on the Shape School task: measurement considerations and utility. Psychological Assessment. 23: 31-43
Woodward LJ, Clark CA, Pritchard VE, et al. (2011) Neonatal white matter abnormalities predict global executive function impairment in children born very preterm. Developmental Neuropsychology. 36: 22-41
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