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2013Cognition and Behaviour in Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Pathogenesis and Emerging TherapiesNorth, Kathryn; Payne, Jonathan; Pride, Natalie; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthCognition and Behaviour in Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Pathogenesis and Emerging Therapies in Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Symptoms, Treatment and Prognosis, Nova Science Publishers, 2013, pp. 117-146
2010Corpus Callosum Morphology and Its Relationship to Cognitive Function in Neurofibromatosis Type 1North, Kathryn; Payne, Johnathan; Pride, Natalie; Rae, Caroline; Shores, E Arthur; Webster, Richard; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthCorpus Callosum Morphology and Its Relationship to Cognitive Function in Neurofibromatosis Type 1, Journal of Child Neurology, vol.25, 7,pp 834-841
2012Does attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder exacerbate executive dysfunction in children with neurofibromatosis type 1?Arnold, Shelley; North, Kathryn; Payne, Jonathan; Pride, Natalie; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthDoes attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder exacerbate executive dysfunction in children with neurofibromatosis type 1?, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, vol.54, 10, 2012,pp 898-904
2014The genetic and neuroanatomical basis of social dysfunction: Lessons from neurofibromatosis type 1Barton, Belinda; Korgaonkar, Mayuresh; North, Kathryn; Payne, Jonathan; Pride, Natalie; Vucic, Steve; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)The genetic and neuroanatomical basis of social dysfunction: Lessons from neurofibromatosis type 1, Human Brain Mapping, vol.35, 5, 2014,pp 2372-2382
2012The Impact of ADHD on the Cognitive and Academic Functioning of Children With NF1North, Kathryn; Payne, Jonathan; Pride, Natalie; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthThe Impact of ADHD on the Cognitive and Academic Functioning of Children With NF1, Developmental Neuropsychology, vol.37, 7, 2012,pp 590-600
2013Social functioning in adults with neurofibromatosis type 1Crawford, Hilda; North, Kathryn; Payne, Jonathan; Pride, Natalie; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthSocial functioning in adults with neurofibromatosis type 1, Research in Developmental Disabilities, vol.34, 10, 2013,pp 3393-3399
2016Variants in SLC18A3, vesicular acetylcholine transporter, cause congenital myasthenic syndromeBest, Heather; Clarke, Nigel; Cooper, Sandra; Menezes, Manoj; North, Kathryn; O'Grady, Gina Louise; Benavides Damm, Tatiana; Engel, Andrew; Fock, Johanna; Kamsteeg, Erik-Jan; Lek, Monkol; MacArthur, Daniel; Pride, Natalie; Turner, Christian; Verschuuren, Corien; Webster, Richard; Yuen, Michaela; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthVariants in SLC18A3, vesicular acetylcholine transporter, cause congenital myasthenic syndrome, Neurology, vol.87, 14, 2016,pp 1442-1448