As part of one scientific family, Kim Cornish deals mainly with the area of Demography, narrowing it down to issues related to the Population, and often Environmental health. She regularly links together related areas like Population in her Environmental health studies. As part of her Sleep debt and Actigraphy and Insomnia studies, Kim Cornish is studying Insomnia. She performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Actigraphy and Insomnia via her papers. In her papers, Kim Cornish integrates diverse fields, such as Fragile X syndrome and FMR1. In her research, Kim Cornish performs multidisciplinary study on Cognition and Attentional control. Her study connects Inhibitory control and Neuroscience. Developmental psychology and Social cognition are two areas of study in which Kim Cornish engages in interdisciplinary research. In her study, Kim Cornish carries out multidisciplinary Social cognition and Developmental psychology research.
Much of her study explores Developmental psychology relationship to Typically developing. Her study connects Developmental psychology and Typically developing. Her Psychiatry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Anxiety. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Psychiatry and Anxiety. Cognition and Attentional control are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research. Many of her studies on Attentional control apply to Neuroscience as well. Her study ties her expertise on Executive functions together with the subject of Neuroscience. She carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Executive functions and Cognition. Kim Cornish merges many fields, such as Autism and Autism spectrum disorder, in her writings.
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Epigenetic Modification of the FMR1 Gene in Fragile X Syndrome Is Associated with Differential Response to the mGluR5 Antagonist AFQ056
Sébastien Jacquemont;Aurore Curie;Vincent des Portes;Maria Giulia Torrioli.
Science Translational Medicine (2011)
Association of the dopamine transporter (DAT1) 10/10-repeat genotype with ADHD symptoms and response inhibition in a general population sample
K M Cornish;T Manly;R Savage;J Swanson.
Molecular Psychiatry (2005)
Visual search in typically developing toddlers and toddlers with Fragile X or Williams syndrome
Gaia Scerif;Gaia Scerif;Kim Cornish;John Wilding;Jon Driver.
Developmental Science (2004)
The relationship between sleep and behavior in autism spectrum disorder (ASD): a review
Simonne Cohen;Russell Conduit;Steven W Lockley;Steven W Lockley;Steven W Lockley;Shanthakumar M W Rajaratnam;Shanthakumar M W Rajaratnam;Shanthakumar M W Rajaratnam.
Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders (2014)
A neuropsychological profile of attention deficits in young males with fragile X syndrome.
F. Munir;K.M. Cornish;J. Wilding.
TRACING SYNDROME-SPECIFIC TRAJECTORIES OF ATTENTION ACROSS THE LIFESPAN
Kim Cornish;Gaia Scerif;Annette Karmiloff-Smith.
Attention and language in fragile X
Kim Cornish;Vicki Sudhalter;Jeremy Turk.
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews (2004)
The Fragile X Continuum: New Advances and Perspectives.
Kim Marie Cornish;Jeremy Turk;Randi J Hagerman.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (2008)
Short sleep duration is associated with poor performance on IQ measures in healthy school-age children
Reut Gruber;Rachelle Laviolette;Paolo Deluca;Eva Monson.
Sleep Medicine (2010)
Differential impact of the FMR1 gene on visual processing in fragile X syndrome.
Cary S. Kogan;Isabelle Boutet;Kim Cornish;Shahin Zangenehpour.
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