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2014Effects of simulated interventions to improve school entry academic skills on socioeconomic inequalities in educational achievementChittleborough, C.; Mittinty, M.; Lawlor, D.; Lynch, J.
2011Young maternal age and poor child development: predictive validity from a birth cohortChittleborough, C.; Lawlor, D.; Lynch, J.
2011Prenatal prediction of poor maternal and offspring outcomes: implications for selection into intensive parent support programsChittleborough, C.; Lawlor, D.; Lynch, J.
2014Can screening 4-5 year olds accurately identify children who will have teacher-reported mental health problems when children are ages 6-7 years?Sawyer, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Lynch, J.; Baghurst, P.; Mittinty, N.; Kaim, A.; Sawyer, M.
2015A whole-of-population study of term and post-term gestational age at birth and children's developmentSmithers, L.; Searle, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Scheil, W.; Brinkman, S.; Lynch, J.
2016How well can poor child development be predicted from early life characteristics?: A whole-of-population data linkage studyChittleborough, C.; Searle, A.; Smithers, L.; Brinkman, S.; Lynch, J.
2018A systematic review and meta-analysis of effects of early life non-cognitive skills on academic, psychosocial, cognitive and health outcomesSmithers, L.; Sawyer, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Davies, N.; Davey Smith, G.; Lynch, J.
2015How many infants are temperamentally difficult? Comparing norms from the revised Infant temperament questionnaire to a population sample of UK infantsChong, S.; Chittleborough, C.; Gregory, T.; Lynch, J.; Smithers, L.
2015Are trajectories of self-regulation abilities from ages 2-3 to 6-7 associated with academic achievement in the early school years?Sawyer, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Mittinty, M.; Miller-Lewis, L.; Sawyer, M.; Sullivan, T.; Lynch, J.
2016Parenting practices at 24 to 47 Months and IQ at age 8: effect-measure modification by infant temperamentChong, S.; Chittleborough, C.; Gregory, T.; Mittinty, M.; Lynch, J.; Smithers, L.