Dr. Deborah Waber’s research investigates in a developmental context the influence of endogenous and exogenous factors on children’s cognitive and behavioral functioning. Subjects of research include normative brain and behavioral development, developmentally based disabilities, especially learning disabilities, and pediatric conditions that affect brain development. Specific research areas include neurobehavioral aspects of learning disabilities, effects of childhood cancer and other pediatric conditions on neurobehavioral development, and long-term and intergenerational neurobehavioral impacts of infantile malnutrition.


Deborah Waber holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from Yale University. She serves as Director of Scientific Review and Quality, Department of Psychiatry, Director of the Learning Disabilities Program in the Department of Neurology, Co-Director of the Behavioral Science Core in the Clinical Research Center, and Co-Director of the Neurobehavior Core in the Translational Neuroscience Center.


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  1. A "Proof of Concept" Randomized Controlled Trial of a Video Game Requiring Emotional Regulation to Augment Anger Control Training. Front Psychiatry. 2021; 12:591906. View abstract
  2. Performance on the ROCF at 8 Years Predicts Academic Achievement at 16 Years in Individuals with Dextro-Transposition of the Great Arteries. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2021 10; 27(9):857-864. View abstract
  3. Consensus Parameter: Research Methodologies to Evaluate Neurodevelopmental Effects of Pubertal Suppression in Transgender Youth. Transgend Health. 2020; 5(4):246-257. View abstract
  4. Developmental Dyspraxia in Children With Learning Disorders: Four-Year Experience in a Referred Sample. J Child Neurol. 2021 03; 36(3):210-221. View abstract
  5. Detecting microstructural white matter abnormalities of frontal pathways in children with ADHD using advanced diffusion models. Brain Imaging Behav. 2020 Aug; 14(4):981-997. View abstract
  6. Functional abdominal pain symptom severity: Associations between cognition and emotion in a pediatric sample. Appl Neuropsychol Child. 2020 Jun 13; 1-12. View abstract
  7. Accurately Assessing Visual Deficits in Children With Developmental Dyslexia-Reply. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2019 Aug 01; 137(8):955-956. View abstract
  8. Age-specific associations between oestradiol, cortico-amygdalar structural covariance, and verbal and spatial skills. J Neuroendocrinol. 2019 04; 31(4):e12698. View abstract
  9. Self-reported visual symptoms in children with developmental dyslexia. Vision Res. 2019 02; 155:11-16. View abstract
  10. Frequency of Visual Deficits in Children With Developmental Dyslexia. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2018 10 01; 136(10):1089-1095. View abstract
  11. Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents With Learning Problems: Development and Validation of the LD/QOL15 Scale. J Learn Disabil. 2019 Mar/Apr; 52(2):146-157. View abstract
  12. Suprathreshold fiber cluster statistics: Leveraging white matter geometry to enhance tractography statistical analysis. Neuroimage. 2018 05 01; 171:341-354. View abstract
  13. Relationship between infant malnutrition and childhood maltreatment in a Barbados lifespan cohort. Vulnerable Child Youth Stud. 2017; 12(4):304-313. View abstract
  14. Commentary: Toward a More Rational System for Delivering Pediatric Neuropsychological Services. J Pediatr Psychol. 2017 09 01; 42(8):823-824. View abstract
  15. Parental history of moderate to severe infantile malnutrition is associated with cognitive deficits in their adult offspring. Nutr Neurosci. 2018 Apr; 21(3):195-201. View abstract
  16. Ascertaining educational outcomes after assessment in children with learning disorders. Clin Neuropsychol. 2017 01; 31(1):219-232. View abstract
  17. DNA Methylation Signatures of Early Childhood Malnutrition Associated With Impairments in Attention and Cognition. Biol Psychiatry. 2016 11 15; 80(10):765-774. View abstract
  18. Polymorphisms in Genes Related to Oxidative Stress Are Associated With Inferior Cognitive Function After Therapy for Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. J Clin Oncol. 2015 Jul 01; 33(19):2205-11. View abstract
  19. Lexical retrieval pre- and posttemporal lobe epilepsy surgery in a pediatric sample. Epilepsy Behav. 2015 Jan; 42:61-5. View abstract
  20. Neuroanatomical correlates of behavioral rating versus performance measures of working memory in typically developing children and adolescents. Neuropsychology. 2015 Jan; 29(1):82-91. View abstract
  21. Neuropsychological outcomes at midlife following moderate to severe malnutrition in infancy. Neuropsychology. 2014 Jul; 28(4):530-40. View abstract
  22. Impaired IQ and academic skills in adults who experienced moderate to severe infantile malnutrition: a 40-year study. Nutr Neurosci. 2014 Feb; 17(2):58-64. View abstract
  23. Cognitive ability changes and dynamics of cortical thickness development in healthy children and adolescents. Neuroimage. 2014 Jan 01; 84:810-9. View abstract
  24. Neuropsychological outcomes of a randomized trial of prednisone versus dexamethasone in acute lymphoblastic leukemia: findings from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute All Consortium Protocol 00-01. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2013 Nov; 60(11):1785-91. View abstract
  25. Malnutrition in the first year of life and personality at age 40. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2013 Aug; 54(8):911-9. View abstract
  27. Acute cognitive and behavioral effects of systemic corticosteroids in children treated for inflammatory bowel disease. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2013 Jan; 19(1):96-109. View abstract
  28. Elevated rates of ADHD in mothers of children with comorbid ADHD and epilepsy. Neuropsychiatry (London). 2012 Oct 01; 2(5):385-391. View abstract
  29. Functional and structural differences in the hippocampus associated with memory deficits in adult survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2013 Feb; 60(2):293-300. View abstract
  30. Socioeconomic outcomes in adults malnourished in the first year of life: a 40-year study. Pediatrics. 2012 Jul; 130(1):e1-7. View abstract
  31. Infant malnutrition predicts conduct problems in adolescents. Nutr Neurosci. 2012 Jul; 15(4):186-92. View abstract
  32. Four-year longitudinal performance of a population-based sample of healthy children on a neuropsychological battery: the NIH MRI study of normal brain development. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2012 Mar; 18(2):179-90. View abstract
  33. Infant malnutrition is associated with persisting attention deficits in middle adulthood. J Nutr. 2012 Apr; 142(4):788-94. View abstract
  34. Benign rolandic epileptiform discharges are associated with mood and behavior problems. Epilepsy Behav. 2011 Oct; 22(2):298-303. View abstract
  35. Early malnutrition predicts parent reports of externalizing behaviors at ages 9-17. Nutr Neurosci. 2011 Jul; 14(4):138-44. View abstract
  36. Neuropsychological outcomes of standard risk and high risk patients treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia on Dana-Farber ALL consortium protocol 95-01 at 5 years post-diagnosis. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2012 May; 58(5):758-65. View abstract
  37. CNS germinoma: one more piece of the puzzle. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2011 Oct; 57(4):537-8. View abstract
  38. Central nervous system late effects: a new frontier? Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2011 Sep; 57(3):355-6. View abstract
  39. Negative associations between corpus callosum midsagittal area and IQ in a representative sample of healthy children and adolescents. PLoS One. 2011; 6(5):e19698. View abstract
  40. Neurobehavioral side effects of corticosteroids during active treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children are age-dependent: report from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute ALL Consortium Protocol 00-01. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2011 Sep; 57(3):492-8. View abstract
  41. Cognitive impairment as a mediator in the developmental pathway from infant malnutrition to adolescent depressive symptoms in Barbadian youth. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2011 Apr; 32(3):225-32. View abstract
  42. Cortical thickness correlates of specific cognitive performance accounted for by the general factor of intelligence in healthy children aged 6 to 18. Neuroimage. 2011 Apr 15; 55(4):1443-53. View abstract
  43. Developmental fMRI study of episodic verbal memory encoding in children. Neurology. 2010 Dec 07; 75(23):2110-6. View abstract
  44. Family functioning and posttraumatic stress symptoms in youth and their parents after unintentional pediatric injury. J Trauma Stress. 2010 Dec; 23(6):807-10. View abstract
  45. Adaptive phase I study of OROS methylphenidate treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav. 2010 Jul; 18(3):229-37. View abstract
  46. Early childhood malnutrition predicts depressive symptoms at ages 11-17. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2010 Jul; 51(7):789-98. View abstract
  47. Getting a "Head Start": neuropsychological functioning of young children treated for brain tumors with delayed or no cranial radiation therapy. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2010 Mar; 54(3):346-7. View abstract
  48. Intrauterine cocaine exposure and executive functioning in middle childhood. Neurotoxicol Teratol. 2009 May-Jun; 31(3):159-68. View abstract
  49. Introduction: survivors of childhood cancer: the new face of developmental disabilities. Dev Disabil Res Rev. 2008; 14(3):183-4. View abstract
  50. Neuropsychological outcomes from a randomized trial of triple intrathecal chemotherapy compared with 18 Gy cranial radiation as CNS treatment in acute lymphoblastic leukemia: findings from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute ALL Consortium Protocol 95-01. J Clin Oncol. 2007 Nov 01; 25(31):4914-21. View abstract
  51. The NIH MRI study of normal brain development: performance of a population based sample of healthy children aged 6 to 18 years on a neuropsychological battery. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2007 Sep; 13(5):729-46. View abstract
  52. Psychiatric disorders and behavioral characteristics of pediatric patients with both epilepsy and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Epilepsy Behav. 2007 May; 10(3):384-8. View abstract
  53. Executive capacities from a developmental perspective. Meltzer L (Ed.) Understanding Executive Function. 2007. View abstract
  54. Toward a Grounded Synthesis of Mind, Brain and Education for Reading: An Introduction to the Field and This Book. Fischer KW, & Bernstein JH (Eds). Mind, Brain, and Education in Reading Disorders. 2007. View abstract
  55. Executive functions and performance on high-stakes testing in children from urban schools. Dev Neuropsychol. 2006; 29(3):459-77. View abstract
  56. Everyday cognitive function after craniopharyngioma in childhood. Pediatr Neurol. 2006 Jan; 34(1):13-9. View abstract
  57. Executive functions and memory in children treated for inflammatory bowel disease: Impact of steroids vs. disease factors. 2006. View abstract
  58. Beyond Reading: How does neuroscience inform our understanding of LD?. The Educational Therapist. 2006; 27:12-15. View abstract
  59. Chemotherapy agents for treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Bellinger D. Human Developmental Neurotoxicology. 2006; 131-147. View abstract
  60. Behavioral effects of childhood malnutrition. Am J Psychiatry. 2005 Sep; 162(9):1760-1; author reply 1761. View abstract
  61. Neurodevelopmental characteristics of children with learning impairments classified according to the double-deficit hypothesis. J Learn Disabil. 2004 Sep-Oct; 37(5):451-61. View abstract
  62. Outcomes of a randomized trial of hyperfractionated cranial radiation therapy for treatment of high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia: therapeutic efficacy and neurotoxicity. J Clin Oncol. 2004 Jul 01; 22(13):2701-7. View abstract
  63. Neurobehavioral factors associated with referral for learning problems in a community sample: evidence for an adaptational model for learning disorders. J Learn Disabil. 2003 Sep-Oct; 36(5):467-83. View abstract
  64. Event-related correlations in learning impaired children during A hybrid go/no-go choice reaction visual-motor task. Clin Electroencephalogr. 2003 Jul; 34(3):99-109. View abstract
  65. Neuropsychological functioning after surgery in children treated for brain tumor. Neurosurgery. 2003 Jun; 52(6):1348-56; discussion 1356-7. View abstract
  66. The developmental course of processing speed in children with and without learning disabilities. J Exp Child Psychol. 2003 Jun; 85(2):178-94. View abstract
  67. Motor sequence learning and reading ability: is poor reading associated with sequencing deficits? J Exp Child Psychol. 2003 Apr; 84(4):338-54. View abstract
  68. A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of paced finger tapping in children. Pediatr Neurol. 2003 Feb; 28(2):89-95. View abstract
  69. Parsing children’s productions of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure: What Develops?. Kaplan E, and Knight J. Handbook of Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Usage: Clinical and Research Applications. 2003. View abstract
  70. The developmental course of processing speed in children with and without larning impairment. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 2003; 85:178-194. View abstract
  71. The ROCF and Pediatric Closed Head Injury. Kaplan E, and Knight J. , Handbook of Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Usage: Clinical and Research Applications. 2003. View abstract
  72. Psychosocial functioning in learning impaired children over a two-year period: Risk, Resilience, & Adaptation. Learning Disabilities Research adn Practice. 2003; 18:10-24. View abstract
  73. Information processing deficits in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, inattentive type, and children with reading disability. J Learn Disabil. 2002 Sep-Oct; 35(5):448-61. View abstract
  74. More good news about neuropsychological late effects in long-term survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2002 Feb; 24(2):86-7. View abstract
  75. More good news about neuropsychological late effets in long-term survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. J. Ped Hem/Onc. 2002; 24:86-87. View abstract
  76. Memory deficits among children with craniopharyngiomas. Neurosurgery. 2001 Nov; 49(5):1053-7; discussion 1057-8. View abstract
  77. Sources of poor performance on the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test among children with learning difficulties: a dynamic assessment approach. Clin Neuropsychol. 2001 Aug; 15(3):345-56. View abstract
  78. Auditory evoked response data reduction by PCA: development of variables sensitive to reading disability. Clin Electroencephalogr. 2001 Jul; 32(3):168-78. View abstract
  79. Auditory evoked responses to similar words with phonemic difference: comparison between children with good and poor reading scores. Clin Electroencephalogr. 2001 Jul; 32(3):160-7. View abstract
  80. Excellent therapeutic efficacy and minimal late neurotoxicity in children treated with 18 grays of cranial radiation therapy for high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a 7-year follow-up study of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Consortium Protocol 87-01. Cancer. 2001 Jul 01; 92(1):15-22. View abstract
  81. Children with adequate academic achievement scores referred for evaluation of school difficulties: information processing deficiencies. Dev Neuropsychol. 2001; 20(3):593-603. View abstract
  82. Processing of rapid auditory stimuli in school-age children referred for evaluation of learning disorders. Child Dev. 2001 Jan-Feb; 72(1):37-49. View abstract
  83. Aberrations in Timing in Children with Impaired Reading: Cause, Effect or Correlate?. Wolf M (Ed.) Dyslexia, Fluency and the Brain. 2001. View abstract
  84. Rapid automatized naming in children referred for evaluation of heterogeneous learning problems: how specific are naming speed deficits to reading disability? Child Neuropsychol. 2000 Dec; 6(4):251-61. View abstract
  85. Speed of information processing in children referred for learning problems: performance on a visual filtering test. J Learn Disabil. 2000 Nov-Dec; 33(6):538-50. View abstract
  86. Processing speed in children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, inattentive type. Child Neuropsychol. 2000 Sep; 6(3):218-34. View abstract
  87. Characteristics of children referred for evaluation of school difficulties who have adequate academic achievement scores. J Learn Disabil. 2000 Sep-Oct; 33(5):489-500. View abstract
  88. Cognitive sequelae in children treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia with dexamethasone or prednisone. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2000 May-Jun; 22(3):206-13. View abstract
  89. Reliability and validity of a DSM-IV based ADHD screener. Child Neuropsychol. 2000 Mar; 6(1):3-23. View abstract
  90. Diminished motor timing control in children referred for diagnosis of learning problems. Dev Neuropsychol. 2000; 17(2):181-97. View abstract
  91. Commentary: otitis media: consistency is the hobgoblin? J Pediatr Psychol. 2000 Jan-Feb; 25(1):19-21. View abstract
  92. Otitis media: Consistency is the hobgoblin. Journal of Pediatric Psychiatry. 2000; 25:19-21. View abstract
  93. Rapid automatized naming in children referred for evaluation of heterogeneous learning problems: How specific are naming speed deficits in reading disability?. Child Neuropsychology. 2000; 6:251-261. View abstract
  94. Mother and teacher reports of ADHD symptoms: DSM-IV Questionnaire data. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 1999 Sep; 38(9):1139-47. View abstract
  95. Auditory evoked responses to single tones and closely spaced tone pairs in children grouped by reading or matrices abilities. Clin Electroencephalogr. 1999 Jul; 30(3):84-93. View abstract
  96. Mother and teacher reports of ADHD symptoms: DSM-IV questionnaire data. Journal of th American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 1999; 38:1139-1147. View abstract
  97. Neuropsychological Sequelae in Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Yeates KO, Ris MD, and Taylor HG, (Eds). Pediatric Neuropsychology: Research, Theory and Practice. 1999. View abstract
  98. Toxicity of CNS prophylaxis for childhood leukemia. Oncology (Williston Park). 1997 Feb; 11(2):259-64; discussion 264-5. View abstract
  99. Pediatric neuropsychological assessment. Feinberg TE, and Farah M, (Eds.) Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. 1997. View abstract
  100. Neurobehavioral profiles of children with neurofibromatosis 1 referred for learning disabilities are sex-specific. Am J Med Genet. 1996 Apr 09; 67(2):127-32. View abstract
  101. Developmental Scoring System for the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure. 1996. View abstract
  102. Late neuropsychological outcomes in preterm infants of normal IQ: selective vulnerability of the visual system. J Pediatr Psychol. 1995 Dec; 20(6):721-35. View abstract
  103. Cognitive sequelae of treatment in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: cranial radiation requires an accomplice. J Clin Oncol. 1995 Oct; 13(10):2490-6. View abstract
  104. The oral health of long-term survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: a comparison of three treatment modalities. Eur J Cancer B Oral Oncol. 1995 Jul; 31B(4):250-2. View abstract
  105. Neurobehavioral and neurologic outcome in long-term survivors of posterior fossa brain tumors: role of age and perioperative factors. J Child Neurol. 1995 May; 10(3):209-12. View abstract
  106. Performance of learning disabled and non-learning disabled children on the Rey-osterrith Complex Figure Test (ROCF): Validation of the Developmental Scoring System. Dev. Neuropsych. 1995; 11:237-252. View abstract
  107. Interactions of steroid, methotrexate, and radiation determine neurotoxicity in an animal model to study therapy for childhood leukemia. Pediatr Res. 1994 Feb; 35(2):171-8. View abstract
  108. Prose memory strategies of children treated for leukemia: a story grammar analysis of the Anna Thompson passage. Neuropsychology,. 1994; 8:464-470. View abstract
  109. Metacognitive factors in the visuospatial skills of long-term survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): An experimental approach to the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test (ROCF). Dev. Neuropsych. 1994; 10:349-367. View abstract
  110. Repetitive graphomotor output in learning disabled and non-learning disabled children: the Repeated Pattern Test. Dev. Neuropsych. 1994; 10:51-65. View abstract
  111. The relationship of sex and treatment modality to neuropsychologic outcome in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. J Clin Oncol. 1992 May; 10(5):810-7. View abstract
  112. Neuropsychological diagnostic profiles of children who received CNS treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia: the systemic approach to assessment. Dev. Neuropsych. 1992; 8:1-28. View abstract
  113. Neurodevelopmental bases of spelling acquisition in children treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Cog. Neuropsych. 1992; 9:403-426. View abstract
  114. An animal model to study toxicity of central nervous system therapy for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: effects on behavior. Cancer Res. 1990 Oct 15; 50(20):6461-5. View abstract
  115. Late effects of central nervous system treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in childhood are sex-dependent. Dev Med Child Neurol. 1990 Mar; 32(3):238-48. View abstract
  116. Sex differences in cognitive processing in children treated with CNS prophylaxis for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. J Pediatr Psychol. 1990 Feb; 15(1):105-22. View abstract
  117. Developmental neuropsychological assessment: The systemic approach. Boulton AA, Baker GB and Hiscock M, (Eds). Neuromethods. 1990; 17. View abstract
  118. Rate and state: a critique of models underlying the assessment of learning disabled children. Barr R, and Zelazo P (Eds). Challenges to paradigms in development. 1989. View abstract
  119. Remembering the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure: A Dual-Code Model. Dev. Neuropsych. 1989; 5:1-15. View abstract
  120. The biological boundaries of cognitive styles: a neuropsychological analysis. Globerson T, and Zelniker T (Eds). Cognitive Style and Cognitive Development. 1989. View abstract
  121. Assessing children's memory productions of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 1986 Oct; 8(5):563-80. View abstract
  122. Motor overflow and attentional processes in normal school-age children. Dev Med Child Neurol. 1985 Aug; 27(4):491-7. View abstract
  123. Assessing children's copy productions of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 1985 Jun; 7(3):264-80. View abstract
  124. Motor correlates of dichotic listening asymmetries in children. Neuropsychologia. 1985; 23(3):403-10. View abstract
  125. The search for biological correlates of behavioral sex differences. Martin J, and Newcombe F, (Eds). Sexual Dimorphism. 1985. View abstract
  126. Physical maturation rate and cognitive performance in early adolescence: a longitudinal examination. Dev. Psych. 1985; 21:666-681. View abstract
  127. SES-related aspects of neuropsychological performance. Child Dev. 1984 Oct; 55(5):1878-86. View abstract
  128. Developmental and differential aspects of mental rotation in early adolescence. Child Dev. 1982 Dec; 53(6):1614-21. View abstract
  129. The neuropsychological status of adolescent delinquent boys. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1982 Jul; 23(3):267-79. View abstract
  130. Behavioral correlates of physical and neuromotor maturity in adolescents from different environments. Dev Psychobiol. 1981 Dec; 14(6):513-22. View abstract
  131. Nutritional supplementation, maternal education, and cognitive development of infants at risk of malnutrition. Am J Clin Nutr. 1981 04; 34(Suppl 4):807-13. View abstract
  132. Environmental influences on brain and behavior. Albert M, Galaburda A, Gartrell N, and Ansara A, (Eds). Significance of sex differences in dyslexia. 1981; 73-79. View abstract
  133. Effects of nutritional supplementaion and early education of physical and cognitive development. Turner RR, & Reese FJ, (Eds). Life-span developmental psychology intervention. 1980. View abstract
  134. What is the significance of sex differences in performance asymmetries?. McGlone J, ed. Sex differences in human brain asymmetry: a critical survey. 1980. View abstract
  135. Maturation: thoughts on renewing an old acquaintanceship. Caplan D, (Ed). Biological studies of mental processes. 1980. View abstract
  136. Neuropsychological aspects of Turner's syndrome. Dev Med Child Neurol. 1979 Feb; 21(1):58-70. View abstract
  137. The meaning of sex-related variation in maturation rates. Gullahorn J. (Ed). Psychology and women: in transition. 1979. View abstract
  138. Cognitive abilities and sex-related variations in the maturation of cerebral cortical functions. Wittig MA and Petersen AC (Eds.) Determinants of sex-related differences in cognitive functioning. 1979. View abstract
  139. Biological substrates of field dependence: implications of the sex difference. Psychol Bull. 1977 Nov; 84(6):1076-87. View abstract
  140. Sex differences in Mental abilities, hemispheric lateralization, and rate of physical growth at adolescence. Dev. Psych. 1977; 13:29-38. View abstract
  141. Letter: Amitriptyline therapy in patients with anorexia nervosa. Lancet. 1976 Sep 11; 2(7985):580. View abstract
  142. Sex differences in cognition: a function of maturation rate? Science. 1976 May 07; 192(4239):572-4. View abstract