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Ruth Benedict

Arneson, C., Durkin, M., Benedict, R.E., Kirby, R.S., Yeargin-Allsopp, M., Van Naarden Braun, K. and Doernberg, N.S. (2009) Prevalence of Cerebral Palsy – Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, Three Sites, United States, 2004. Disability & Health, 2(1), pp. 45-48.

Benedict, R.E., Patz, J., Maener, M., Yeargin-Allsopp, M., Doernberg, N.S., Van Naarden Braun, K., Kirby, R.S. and Durkin, M.S. (February 18-21, 2009). “Surveillance of gross motor level of function among children with cerebral palsy: feasibility and reliability in a United States cohort.” Presented at the 3rd International Cerebral Palsy Conference and World Congress on CP Surveillance and Registry, Sydney, Australia.

Benedict, R.E. and Baumgardner, A. (2008). A Population approach to understanding children’s access to assistive technology. Disability & Rehabilitation, 31(7), pp. 582-592.

Benedict, R.E., Patz, J., Arneson, C., Yeargin-Allsopp, M., Doernberg, N.S., Van Naarden Braun, K., Kirby, R.S., & Durkin, M.S. (September 17-20, 2008). “Surveillance of gross motor level of function among children with cerebral palsy: feasibility and reliability in a Wisconsin cohort.” Poster presented at 62nd Annual Meeting of the AACPDM, Atlanta, GA.

Dorothy Edwards

Williams, M.M., Scharf, D.P., Mathews,K.J., Hofshuemer,J.P., Morris, J.C. and Edwards, D.F. (in press) Barriers and Facilitators to African American Participation in Alzheimer’s Disease Biomarker Studies. Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders.

Dromerick, A.W., Lang, C.E., Birkenmeier, R.L,. Wagner, J.M., Miller, J.P., Videen, T.O., Powers, W.J., Wolf, S.L. and Edwards, D.F. (2009) Very Early Constraint Induced Movement during Stroke Rehabilitation (VECTORS): A Single Center RCT. Neurology. 73, pp. 195-201.

Lang, C.E., Edwards D.F., Birkenmeir R.L. and Dromerick AW. (2008) Estimating minimal clinically important differences of upper extremity measures early after stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 89, pp. 1693-1700.

Elizabeth Larson

Larson, E.A. and von Eye, A. (in press) Beyond flow: Temporality and participation in everyday activities. American Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Larson, E.A. (in press) Psychological well-being and meaning-making in caregivers of for children with disabilities: Deciding to “grow through difficult times or sink inward. Occupation, Participation & Health: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research.

Larson, E. A. (in press) What constitutes well-being in challenging life circumstances: Identifying relevant well-being indicators for caregivers of children with disabilities. Occupational Therapy International.

Larson, E.A. (in press) Ever vigilant: Maternal support of participation in daily life for children with disabilities. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics.

Mary Schneider

Kraemer, G.W., Moore, C.F., Newman, T.K., Barr, C.S. and Schneider, M.L. (2008) Moderate level fetal alcohol exposure and serotonin transporter gene promoter polymorphism affect neonatal temperament and LHPA axis regulation in monkeys. Biological Psychiatry, 63, pp. 317-324.

Moore, C.F., Gajewski, L.L., Laughlin, N.K., Luck, M.L., Larson, J. and Schneider, M.L. (2008) Developmental lead exposure induced tactile defensiveness in Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Environmental Health Perspectives, 116, pp. 1322-1326.

Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F, Gajewski, L.L., Larson, J.A., Roberts, A.D., Converse, A.K. and DeJesus, O.T. (2008) Sensory processing disorder in a primate model: Evidence from a longitudinal study of prenatal alcohol and prenatal stress effects. Child Development, 79, pp. 100-113.

Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F, DeJesus, O.T. and Converse, A.K. (2008) Prenatal stress influences on neurobehavior, stress reactivity, and dopaminergic function in rhesus macaques. In T. Burbacher, G.P. Sachett, & K.S. Grant (Eds.)Primate Models of Children’s Health and Developmental Disabilities (pp. 231 -258) Elsevier Press.


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