University of Melbourne
Sharon Goldfeld focuses on Child development, Socioeconomic status, Developmental psychology, Pediatrics and Cognitive skill. Her studies deal with areas such as Cognitive development and Attendance as well as Child development. Her Socioeconomic status study combines topics in areas such as Gerontology and Vulnerability.
She combines subjects such as Speech-Language Pathology, School psychology, Well-being, Flourishing and Mental health with her study of Developmental psychology. Her Pediatrics research integrates issues from Population based, Demography and Public health. Her Cognitive skill research incorporates elements of Goodwill, Specific language impairment, Natural language and Set.
Her main research concerns Child development, Developmental psychology, Early childhood, Disadvantaged and Mental health. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public relations, Pediatrics and Public health. Her research integrates issues of Cognitive skill and Context in her study of Developmental psychology.
Sharon Goldfeld has researched Early childhood in several fields, including Checklist and Socioeconomic status. Her work carried out in the field of Disadvantaged brings together such families of science as Demography, Disadvantage, Attendance and Early childhood education. Her Mental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychosocial, Nursing and Clinical psychology.
Her primary areas of study are Disadvantaged, Mental health, Nursing, Medical education and Gerontology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Attendance, MEDLINE and Early childhood education in addition to Disadvantaged. The various areas that Sharon Goldfeld examines in her Mental health study include Context, Psychosocial, Intervention, Clinical psychology and Depression.
Her work deals with themes such as PsycINFO, Health care and Kinship, which intersect with Nursing. Her PsycINFO study incorporates themes from Erikson's stages of psychosocial development and Child development. Her work on Language development as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Cohort, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Disadvantaged, Mental health, Nursing, Early childhood education and Disadvantage. The Disadvantaged study combines topics in areas such as Government, Academic achievement and Demography. Her Mental health research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Occupational safety and health and Socioemotional selectivity theory.
Her Psychosocial research includes themes of Developmental psychology, Child and adolescent psychiatry, Context and Psychological resilience. Her Intervention study in the realm of Nursing interacts with subjects such as Odds ratio. Her Early childhood education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Attendance, Face and Medical education.
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Specific language impairment: a convenient label for whom?
Sheena Reilly;Sheena Reilly;Bruce Tomblin;James Law;James Law;Cristina McKean;Cristina McKean.
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders (2014)
Outcomes of population based language promotion for slow to talk toddlers at ages 2 and 3 years: Let’s Learn Language cluster randomised controlled trial
Melissa Wake;Sherryn Tobin;Luigi Girolametto;Obioha C Ukoumunne.
Investigating the Validity of the Australian Early Development Index
Sally A. Brinkman;Sven Silburn;David Lawrence;Sharon Goldfeld.
Early Education and Development (2007)
Data Resource Profile: The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI)
Sally A Brinkman;Tess A Gregory;Sharon Goldfeld;John W Lynch.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2014)
Parents, infants and health care: Utilization of health services in the first 12 months of life
SR Goldfeld;M Wright;F Oberklaid.
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health (2003)
Developing indicators of public open space to promote health and wellbeing in communities
Karen Villanueva;Karen Villanueva;Hannah Badland;Paula Hooper;Mohammad Javad Koohsari;Mohammad Javad Koohsari.
Applied Geography (2015)
A picture of Australia's children.
George C Patton;Sharon R Goldfeld;Indrani Pieris-Caldwell;Meredith Bryant.
The Medical Journal of Australia (2005)
Jurisdictional, socioeconomic and gender inequalities in child health and development: analysis of a national census of 5-year-olds in Australia
Sally A. Brinkman;Angela Gialamas;Azizur Rahman;Murthy N. Mittinty.
BMJ Open (2012)
Language and reading instruction in early years’ classrooms: the knowledge and self-rated ability of Australian teachers
Hannah L. Stark;Pamela C. Snow;Patricia Ann Eadie;Sharon R. Goldfeld;Sharon R. Goldfeld.
Annals of Dyslexia (2016)
Nut allergy prevalence and differences between Asian-born children and Australian-born children of Asian descent: a state-wide survey of children at primary school entry in Victoria, Australia.
Mary Panjari;Jennifer J. Koplin;Shyamali C. Dharmage;Rachel L. Peters.
Clinical & Experimental Allergy (2016)
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