Hannah J. Broadbent

Birkbeck College - Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, London, England, United Kingdom 
Multisensory learning, spatial cognition, Developmental Disorders
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Broadbent H, Osborne T, Mareschal D, et al. (2020) Are two cues always better than one? The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children's incidental category learning. Cognition. 199: 104202
Broadbent HJ, Osborne T, Mareschal D, et al. (2018) Withstanding the test of time: Multisensory cues improve the delayed retention of incidental learning. Developmental Science. e12726
Broadbent HJ, Osborne T, Rea M, et al. (2018) Incidental Category Learning and Cognitive Load in a Multisensory Environment Across Childhood. Developmental Psychology
Broadbent HJ, White H, Mareschal D, et al. (2017) Incidental learning in a multisensory environment across childhood. Developmental Science
Farran EK, Atkinson L, Broadbent H. (2016) Impaired Spatial Category Representations in Williams Syndrome; an Investigation of the Mechanistic Contributions of Non-verbal Cognition and Spatial Language Performance. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1868
Schmidt U, Ryan EG, Bartholdy S, et al. (2016) Two-year follow-up of the MOSAIC trial: A multicenter randomised controlled trial comparing two psychological treatments in adult outpatients with broadly defined anorexia nervosa. The International Journal of Eating Disorders
Broadbent HJ, Farran EK, Tolmie A. (2015) Sequential egocentric navigation and reliance on landmarks in Williams syndrome and typical development. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 216
Renwick B, Musiat P, Lose A, et al. (2015) Neuro- and social-cognitive clustering highlights distinct profiles in adults with anorexia nervosa. The International Journal of Eating Disorders. 48: 26-34
Broadbent H, Farran EK, Chin E, et al. (2014) Genetic contributions to visuospatial cognition in Williams syndrome: insights from two contrasting partial deletion patients. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 6: 18
Broadbent HJ, Farran EK, Tolmie A. (2014) Object-based mental rotation and visual perspective-taking in typical development and Williams syndrome. Developmental Neuropsychology. 39: 205-25
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