Chris Donlan

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Chris Donlan"
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Almoammer A, Sullivan J, Donlan C, et al. (2013) Grammatical morphology as a source of early number word meanings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 18448-53
Cook S, Donlan C, Howell P. (2013) Stuttering severity, psychosocial impact and lexical diversity as predictors of outcome for treatment of stuttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders. 38: 124-33
Clegg J, Ansorge L, Stackhouse J, et al. (2012) Developmental communication impairments in adults: outcomes and life experiences of adults and their parents. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 43: 521-35
Newton EJ, Roberts MJ, Donlan C. (2012) The effects of presentation and content on syllogistic reasoning by children with and without specific language impairment Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 24: 802-814
Cook S, Rieger M, Donlan C, et al. (2011) Testing orofacial abilities of children who stutter: the Movement, Articulation, Mandibular and Sensory awareness (MAMS) assessment procedure. Journal of Fluency Disorders. 36: 27-40
Clarke M, Newton C, Cherguit J, et al. (2011) Short-term outcomes of communication aid provision Journal of Assistive Technologies. 5: 169-180
Cowan R, Donlan C, Shepherd DL, et al. (2011) Basic Calculation Proficiency and Mathematics Achievement in Elementary School Children Journal of Educational Psychology. 103: 786-803
Newton EJ, Roberts MJ, Donlan C. (2010) Deductive reasoning in children with specific language impairment. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 28: 71-87
Donlan C. (2008) Commentary: Uncovering developmental processes in mathematical cognition. Developmental Science. 11: 700-2
Cowan R, Donlan C, Newton EJ, et al. (2008) Number Development and Children with Specific Language Impairment Mathematical Difficulties. 155-166
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