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Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers

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Cognitive Development

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  • 1.   Children and Socio-Cultural Divisions in Northern Ireland

    This article focuses development in young children and those in middle childhood

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 507-522 2004
    Karen Trew

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  • 2.   Early childhood education and cognitive development at age 7 years

    The aim of this study was to examine the impact of early educational experience on later cognitive developmental outcomes for 396 Irish 4 yr olds

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 181-193 2000
    Noirin Hayes

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  • 3.   Early Memory and Autism

    This article discusses early memory and autism

    Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Vol: 35 Page: 683-683 2005
    Viktoria Lyons; Michael Fitzgerald

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  • 4.   Pain and Piaget: Qualitative change with age in the content area of children's ideas about pain

    The aim of this study was to describe developmental patterns in children's ideas about some aspects of pain among 680 5-14 yr olds

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 194-202 2000
    Anne Gaffney

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  • 5.   Preschool experience in 10 countries: Cognitive and language performance at age 7

    The aim of this study was to measure cognitive and language performance at age 7 in preschool children across 10 countries

    Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Vol: 21 Page: 313-331 2006
    Jeanne E. Montie; Zongping Xiang; Lawrence J. Schweinhart

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  • 6.   The legacy of the troubles on the young people's psychological and social development and their school life

    This article discusses progress and current state of knowledge and highlights the diverse social and psychological consequences of growing up in Northern Ireland

    Youth & Society, Vol: 32 Page: 6-28 2000
    Orla T. Muldoon; Karen Trew; Rosemary Kilpatrick

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