Dr Jayne Newbury
Dr Jayne Newbury
School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing, University of Canterbury
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Early language delay and specific language impairment
J Moyle, SF Stokes, T Klee
Developmental disabilities research reviews 17 (2), 160-169, 2011
Interrelationships between working memory, processing speed, and language development in the age range 2–4 years
J Newbury, T Klee, SF Stokes, C Moran
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 59 (5), 1146-1158, 2016
Exploring expressive vocabulary variability in two-year-olds: The role of working memory
J Newbury, T Klee, SF Stokes, C Moran
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 58 (6), 1761-1772, 2015
Current practices of New Zealand speech-language pathologists working with multilingual children
J Newbury, A Bartoszewicz Poole, C Theys
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22 (5), 571-582, 2020
Cognitive, noncognitive, and home environment correlates of reading difficulties in primary-grade students with language impairment
J Newbury, LM Justice, HH Jiang, MB Schmitt
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (6), 1933-1946, 2020
New Zealand parents/caregivers’ knowledge and beliefs about child language development
E Gibson, D Sutherland, J Newbury
Speech, Language and Hearing 25 (2), 153-165, 2022
Measurement of child-directed speech: A survey of clinical practice
J Newbury, D Sutherland
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22 (4), 399-413, 2020
Exploring early childhood teachers' beliefs and practices in emergent literacy: Does practice vary by the socioeconomic status of the children?
A Dampney, J Newbury, M McAuliffe
New Zealand International Research in Early Childhood Education 21 (2), 1-18, 2018
Associations between social adversity, caregiver psychological factors, and language outcomes in 9.5-year-old children born to women with opioid use disorder
J Newbury, M Sargayoos, S Bora, J Henderson
Child Neuropsychology, 1-16, 2023
Using Computer Assisted Instruction to Improve Reading Comprehension of Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Pilot Study
NR Henderson-Faranda, J Newbury, D Sutherland
Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties 27 (1), 135-167, 2022
Early language variation and working memory: A longitudinal study of late talkers and typically developing children
JM Newbury
University of Canterbury. Department of Communication Disorders, 2014
Word type and modality in the emerging expressive vocabularies of preschool children with Down syndrome
S Foster‐Cohen, J Newbury, T Macrae, A van Bysterveldt
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 58 (3), 864-878, 2023
Variation in morpho-lexical development within and between diagnoses in children with neurodevelopmental disorders
S Foster-Cohen, T Macrae, J Newbury
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 968408, 2023
Associations between parent concern and clinical outcomes in children with and without early language delay at two points in development
T Klee, J Newbury, SF Stokes, C Moran, G Tillard, R Ramsay, K Cook
Annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, SRCLD 2015, 2015
Speech-language pathologists’ practices and perceptions of parent involvement in paediatric services funded by the NDIS in Australia
T Gaffney, J Newbury, D Sutherland, T Macrae
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1-12, 2023
The complexities of diagnosis: New Zealand parents’ knowledge, perceptions, and experiences of identification of their children’s language and literacy difficulties
J Newbury, J Eagle
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1-15, 2023
Evidence for use of the Quick Interactive Language Screener (QUILS™) to measure the relationship between socioeconomic status and language development1
J Newbury, K Schroeter, D Sutherland, J Thomson
Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention 16 (2), 45-51, 2022
Speech language therapists' perceptions of facilitators and barriers to maximising quality and quantity of child-directed speech by adults
J Newbury, D Sutherland, C Moyle, R Ramsay
Validation of the Responsivity Training Scale (ReTS): A clinical tool to measure child-directed speech in parent-child interaction
J Newbury, D Sutherland
A faster way to measure child-directed speech: Development and validation of a new clinical tool
J Newbury, D Sutherland
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