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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 33, Number 2, March 2007

What are parents for?
pp. 115-116(2)
Author: Ramchandani, P.

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Salivary cortisol response in mother–infant dyads at high psychosocial risk
pp. 128-136(9)
Authors: Mörelius, E.; Nelson, N.; Gustafsson, P. A.

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‘Building a new normality’: mothers’ experiences of caring for a child with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
pp. 155-160(6)
Authors: Earle, E. A.; Clarke, S. A.; Eiser, C.; Sheppard, L.

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Parents of children with cerebral palsy: a review of factors related to the process of adaptation
pp. 161-169(9)
Authors: Rentinck, I. C. M.; Ketelaar, M.; Jongmans, M. J.; Gorter, J. W.

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The health of caregivers for children with disabilities: caregiver perspectives
pp. 180-187(8)
Authors: Murphy, N. A.; Christian, B.; Caplin, D. A.; Young, P. C.

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Parental beliefs about the nature of ADHD behaviours and their relationship to referral intentions in preschool children
pp. 188-195(8)
Authors: Maniadaki, K.; Sonuga-Barke, E.; Kakouros, E.; Karaba, R.

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Parent participation in paediatric rehabilitation treatment centres in the Netherlands: a parents’ viewpoint
pp. 196-205(10)
Authors: Siebes, R. C.; Wijnroks, L.; Ketelaar, M.; van Schie, P. E. M.; Gorter, J. W.; Vermeer, A.

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Methadone-exposed newborn infants: outcome after alterations to a service for mothers and infants
pp. 206-212(7)
Authors: Miles, J.; Sugumar, K.; Macrory, F.; Sims, D. G.; D’Souza, S. W.

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Teenage conceptions, abortions, and births in England, 1994–2003, and the national teenage pregnancy strategy
pp. 213-213(1)
Authors: Wilkinson, P.; French, R.; Kane, R.; Lachowycz, K.; Stephenson, J.; Grundy, C.; Jacklin, P.; Kingori, P.; Stevens, M.; Wellings, K.

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Socioeconomic inequalities in very preterm birth rates
pp. 213-214(2)
Authors: Smith, L.K.; Draper, E.S.; Manktelow, B.N.; Dorling, J.S.; Field, D.J.

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Maternal depression increases infant risk of diarrhoeal illness: a cohort study
pp. 214-214(1)
Authors: Rahman, A.; Bunn, J.; Lovel, H.; Creed, F.

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