Dr Jayne Newbury
Dr Jayne Newbury
Department of Communication Disorders, University of Canterbury
Verified email at canterbury.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Early language delay and specific language impairment
J Moyle, SF Stokes, T Klee
Developmental disabilities research reviews 17 (2), 160-169, 2011
282011
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
82016
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
72015
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
12015
Measurement of child-directed speech: A survey of clinical practice
J Newbury, D Sutherland
International journal of speech-language pathology, 1-15, 2019
2019
Predicting expressive language outcomes at three years from pragmatic skills at two years of age
C Michelle, J Newbury
2019
Users' guide to Knowledge management with concept maps and mind maps: what are these and a proposal of a workflow
A Basu
2018
Na Ganiyaatgym, Na Lagm & Ahi Kaa Roa: An International Conversation with Māori and New Zealand Teacher Educators
AH Macfarlane, S Macfarlane, M Derby, T Taleni, RF Manning
2018
Best practice service delivery for school-aged children with language disorders: What does the evidence say?
JM Newbury
2018
Measurement of child directed speech: Bridging the gap between research and practice
JM Newbury, D Sutherland
2018
Working Memory, What do SLTs need to know?
JM Newbury, K Cook, R Ramsay
2016
Early processing measures as predictors of language outcomes from toddlerhood
J Newbury, T Klee, SF Stokes, C Moran
Conference of the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists' Association, NZSTA …, 2016
2016
Phonological characteristics of the lexicon at 2; 0 years predict language outcomes at 3; 6 years
SF Stokes, T Klee, J Newbury, C Moran
Workshop on Infant Language Development, WILD 2015 Proceedings, 2015
2015
Relationships between phonological neighborhood density at two years and expressive language scores at two and 3; 6 years in a longitudinal study
SF Stokes, T Klee, J Newbury, C Moran
Annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, SRCLD 2015, 2015
2015
Early verbal working memory as a predictor of later language outcomes in toddlers
J Newbury, T Klee, SF Stokes, C Moran
Convention of the American Speech Hearing Association, ASHA 2015, 2015
2015
Early Language Variation and Working Memory: A Longitudinal Study of Late Talkers and Typically Developing Children: a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy …
JM Newbury
University of Canterbury, 2014
2014
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
2014
Appeared in: Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 17: 160-160 (2011). Written in 2013.
J Moyle, SF Stokes, T Klee
Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 17, 160-160, 2011
2011
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