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2017A comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis of pharmacological and dietary supplement interventions in paediatric autism: moderators of treatment response and recommendations for future researchDeMayo, Marilena; Glozier, Nicholas; Guastella, Adam; Hickie, Ian; Lampit, Amit; Masi, Anne; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreA comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis of pharmacological and dietary supplement interventions in paediatric autism: moderators of treatment response and recommendations for future research, Psychological Medicine, vol.47, 7, 2017,pp 1323-1334
2017An Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Heterogeneity and Treatment OptionsDeMayo, Marilena; Glozier, Nicholas; Guastella, Adam; Masi, Anne; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreAn Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Heterogeneity and Treatment Options, Neuroscience Bulletin, vol.33, 2, 2017,pp 183-193
2017A Review of the Safety, Efficacy and Mechanisms of Delivery of Nasal Oxytocin in Children: Therapeutic Potential for Autism and Prader-Willi Syndrome, and Recommendations for Future ResearchDeMayo, Marilena; Guastella, Adam; Hickie, Ian; Song, Yun; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreA Review of the Safety, Efficacy and Mechanisms of Delivery of Nasal Oxytocin in Children: Therapeutic Potential for Autism and Prader-Willi Syndrome, and Recommendations for Future Research, Pediatric Drugs, vol.19, 5, 2017,pp 391-410