ISSN 0964-2633 (Print); ISSN 1365-2788 (Online)
Research trends and innovations in the study of persons with Down syndrome and their families
Working memory and Down syndrome
Baddeley, A.; Jarrold, C.
Implicit memory is independent from IQ and age but not from etiology: evidence from Down and Williams syndromes
Vicari, S.; Verucci, L.; Carlesimo, G. A.
Visual-spatial processing in children and adolescents with Down's syndrome: a computerized assessment of memory skills
Visu-Petra, L.; Benga, O.; Ţincaş, I.; Miclea, M.
Persons with and without Down syndrome use similar strategies when using visual instructions for bimanual drumming
(Robertson) Ringenbach, S. D.; Mulvey, G. M.; Beachy, C.
Learning motor synergies by persons with Down syndrome
Latash, M. L.
Interhemispheric transmission time in persons with Down syndrome
Heath, M.; Grierson, L.; Binsted, G.; Elliott, D.
Magnetoencephalographic analysis of cortical activity in adults with and without Down syndrome
Virji-Babul, N.; Cheung, T.; Weeks, D.; Herdman, A. T.; Cheyne, D.
Frontal electroencephalogram asymmetry during affective processing in children with Down syndrome: a pilot study
Conrad, N. J.; Schmidt, L. A.; Niccols, A.; Polak, C. P.; Riniolo, T. C.; Burack, J. A.
Socio-cognitive understanding: a strength or weakness in Down's syndrome?
Wishart, J. G.
Examining the Down syndrome advantage: mothers and fathers of young children with disabilities
Adult siblings of individuals with Down syndrome versus with autism: findings from a large-scale US survey
Hodapp, R. M.; Urbano, R. C.
Hospitalizations of infants and young children with Down syndrome: evidence from inpatient person-records from a statewide administrative database
So, S. A.; Urbano, R. C.; Hodapp, R. M.
Factors predicting mortality in midlife adults with and without Down syndrome living with family
Esbensen, A. J.; Seltzer, M. M.; Greenberg, J. S.