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The pervasive effects of timing of parental mental health disorders on adolescent deliberate self-harm risk

Contributions Conceptualization: Nan Hu, Catherine L. Taylor, Rebecca A. Glauert, Jianghong Li. Formal analysis: Nan Hu. 13 / 16 Funding acquisition: Catherine L. Taylor, Rebecca A. Glauert, Jianghong Li ... . Methodology: Nan Hu, Catherine L. Taylor, Rebecca A. Glauert, Jianghong Li. Project administration: Rebecca A. Glauert. Software: Rebecca A. Glauert. Supervision: Catherine L. Taylor, Rebecca A. Glauert

Prenatal and perinatal risks for late language emergence in a population-level sample of twins at age 2

Late Language Emergence (LLE) in the first two years of life is one of the most common parental concerns about child development and reasons for seeking advice from health professionals. LLE is much more prevalent in twins (38%) than singletons (20%). In studies of language development in twins without overt disability, adverse prenatal and perinatal environments have been...

Patterns of Multiple Risk Exposures for Low Receptive Vocabulary Growth 4-8 Years in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

Risk exposures and predictions of child development outcomes typically estimate the independent effects of individual exposures. As a rule though, children are not exposed piecemeal to individual or single risks but, rather, they are exposed to clusters of risk. Many of these clusters of risks are better thought of as comprising a developmental “circumstance” with a substantial...

Barriers to Parent–Child Book Reading in Early Childhood

or the ABS. & Catherine L. Taylor Re´sume´ La lecture de livres est l’un des plus importants investissements que peuvent faire les parents pour le de´veloppement de la litte´racie de leurs enfants

Patterns and Predictors of Language and Literacy Abilities 4-10 Years in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

Aims Oral language is the foundation of literacy. Naturally, policies and practices to promote children’s literacy begin in early childhood and have a strong focus on developing children’s oral language, especially for children with known risk factors for low language ability. The underlying assumption is that children’s progress along the oral to literate continuum is stable and...

Relationships between Psychosocial Resilience and Physical Health Status of Western Australian Urban Aboriginal Youth

Background Psychosocial processes are implicated as mediators of racial/ethnic health disparities via dysregulation of physiological responses to stress. Our aim was to investigate the extent to which factors previously documented as buffering the impact of high-risk family environments on Aboriginal youths’ psychosocial functioning were similarly beneficial for their physical...

Resilience amongst Australian Aboriginal Youth: An Ecological Analysis of Factors Associated with Psychosocial Functioning in High and Low Family Risk Contexts

Katrina D. Hopkins 0 Stephen R. Zubrick 0 Catherine L. Taylor 0 Kimmo Eriksson, Malardalen University, Sweden 0 Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia , Perth, Western Australia

Risk Factors for Low Receptive Vocabulary Abilities in the Preschool and Early School Years in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

Lawrence 0 Francis Mitrou 0 Catherine L. Taylor 0 Karen Lidzba, University Children's Hospital Tuebingen, Germany 0 Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia , Perth, Western Australia

Risk Factors for Children's Receptive Vocabulary Development from Four to Eight Years in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

Receptive vocabulary develops rapidly in early childhood and builds the foundation for language acquisition and literacy. Variation in receptive vocabulary ability is associated with variation in children's school achievement, and low receptive vocabulary ability is a risk factor for under-achievement at school. In this study, bivariate and multivariate growth curve modelling was...