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2007Applying persuasion principles did not increase questionnaire response: A randomised control trial of a fridge magnet giftArmstrong, Bruce; Attia, John; Bailey, Helen; Henley, Nadine; Milne, Elizabeth; Robertson, Laila; School of Public Health: Public HealthApplying persuasion principles did not increase questionnaire response: A randomised control trial of a fridge magnet gift, Australasian Epidemiologist, vol.14,(2),2007,pp 6-10
2006The association between behavior and genotype in Rett syndrome using the Australian Rett syndrome database.Ellaway, Carolyn; de Klerk, Nicholas H.; Hall, Sonja E.; Jacoby, Peter; Leonard, Helen; Robertson, Laila; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthThe association between behavior and genotype in Rett syndrome using the Australian Rett syndrome database., American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B-Neuropsychiatric Genetics, vol.141B,(2),2006,pp 177-183
2006Buccal DNA collection: Comparison of buccal swabs with FTA cards.Armstrong, Bruce; Ashton, Lesley J.; Brisbane, Joanna M.; Milne, Elizabeth; Robertson, Laila; Scott, Rodney J.; van Bockxmeer, Frank M.; School of Public Health: Public HealthBuccal DNA collection: Comparison of buccal swabs with FTA cards., Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 2005, vol.15,(4),2006,pp 816-819
2005Genotype and early development in Rett syndrome: the value of international data.Christodoulou, John; Williamson, Susan; Bao, Xinhua; Carey, Mary; de Klerk, Nicholas H.; Fyfe, Susan; Hall, Sonja E.; Leonard, Helen; Moore, Hannah; Pan, Hong; Robertson, Laila; Wu, Xi Ru; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Medicine Faculty OfficeGenotype and early development in Rett syndrome: the value of international data., Brain & Development 2005, vol.27,(Suppl 1),2005,pp S59-S68