Her main research concerns Down syndrome, Developmental psychology, Autism, Cognition and Williams syndrome. Her Down syndrome research incorporates elements of Intervention, Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers and Psychological intervention. Her Intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gross motor skill, Visual processing, Clinical psychology, Personality and Early childhood.
Her work in the fields of Developmental psychology, such as Nonverbal communication and Developmental disorder, intersects with other areas such as Stress level. Her studies in Cognition integrate themes in fields like Social skills and Language development. In Williams syndrome, she works on issues like Child Behavior Checklist, which are connected to Intellectual disability and CBCL.
Her primary areas of study are Down syndrome, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Intervention and Cognition. The various areas that Deborah J. Fidler examines in her Down syndrome study include Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Working memory, Intellectual disability, Typically developing and Etiology. Her studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention and Williams syndrome as well as Developmental psychology.
Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Autism and Autism spectrum disorder. Her Intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phonological awareness, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Early reading. Her study on Cognitive development is often connected to Task as part of broader study in Cognition.
Deborah J. Fidler focuses on Down syndrome, Cognition, Intervention, Bayley Scales of Infant Development and Developmental psychology. Her Down syndrome research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Autism, Typically developing and Neuropsychology. Her work deals with themes such as Social relation, Affect and Nonverbal communication, which intersect with Autism.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Recall and Clinical psychology in addition to Cognition. Deborah J. Fidler focuses mostly in the field of Intervention, narrowing it down to matters related to Intellectual disability and, in some cases, Physical therapy. Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Short-term memory and Psychomotor learning.
Deborah J. Fidler mainly investigates Down syndrome, Autism, Developmental psychology, Typically developing and Cognition. Her work carried out in the field of Down syndrome brings together such families of science as Modalities, Neuroscience, Literacy and Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Bayley Scales of Infant Development and Modalities.
With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Neuroscience and Sensory processing. Her study in Literacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Academic achievement, Short-term memory, Neuropsychology and Psychomotor learning. Her work on Autism Diagnostic Interview as part of general Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule research is frequently linked to General pattern and Symptom profiles, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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The Emerging Down Syndrome Behavioral Phenotype in Early Childhood Implications for Practice
Deborah J. Fidler.
Infants and Young Children (2005)
Screening for autism spectrum disorders in children with Down syndrome: population prevalence and screening test characteristics.
Carolyn DiGuiseppi;Susan Hepburn;Jonathan M. Davis;Deborah J. Fidler.
Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (2010)
Education and Children with Down Syndrome: Neuroscience, Development, and Intervention.
Deborah J. Fidler;Lynn Nadel.
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews (2007)
Macrocephaly in autism and other pervasive developmental disorders
Deborah J Fidler;Julia N Bailey;Susan L Smalley.
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (2000)
Stress in Families of Young Children with Down Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, and Smith-Magenis Syndrome.
Deborah J. Fidler;Robert M. Hodapp;Elisabeth M. Dykens.
Early Education and Development (2000)
Less Stress, More Rewarding: Parenting Children With Down Syndrome
Robert M. Hodapp;Tran M. Ly;Deborah J. Fidler;Leila A. Ricci.
Parenting: Science and Practice (2001)
Pragmatic Language Profiles of School-Age Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Williams Syndrome
Amy Philofsky;Deborah J. Fidler;Susan Hepburn.
American Journal of Speech-language Pathology (2007)
Early learning and adaptive behaviour in toddlers with Down syndrome: evidence for an emerging behavioural phenotype?
Deborah J. Fidler;Susan Hepburn;Sally J Rogers.
Down Syndrome Research and Practice (2006)
The effects of the child with Down syndrome on maternal stress
Robert M. Hodapp;Leila A. Ricci;Tran M. Ly;Deborah J. Fidler.
British Journal of Development Psychology (2003)
Social Competence in Persons with Prader‐Willi, Williams and Down's Syndromes
Beth A. Rosner;Robert M. Hodapp;Deborah J. Fidler;Jaclyn N. Sagun.
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (2004)
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