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Farran, Emily K., Atkinson, Lauren and Broadbent, Hannah (2016) Impaired Spatial Category Representations in Williams Syndrome; an Investigation of the Mechanistic Contributions of Non-verbal Cognition and Spatial Language Performance FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 (ARTN 1).

Broadbent, Hannah J., Farran, Emily K. and Tolmine, Andrew (2015) Sequential egocentric navigation and reliance on landmarks in Williams syndrome and typical development FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 6 (ARTN 2).

Broadbent, Hannah J., Farran, Emily K. and Tolmie, Andy (2014) Egocentric and allocentric navigation strategies in Williams Syndrome and typical development DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE, 17 (6). pp. 920-934.

Broadbent, Hannah, Farran, Emily K., Chin, Esther, Metcalfe, Kay, Tassabehji, May, Turnpenny, Peter, Sansbury, Francis, Meaburn, Emma and Karmiloff-Smith, Annette (2014) Genetic contributions to visuospatial cognition in Williams syndrome: insights from two contrasting partial deletion patients JOURNAL OF NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, 6 (ARTN 1).

Broadbent, Hannah J., Farran, Emily K and Tolmie, Andrew (2014) Object-based mental rotation and visual perspective-taking in typical development and Williams Syndrome Developmental Neuropsychology, 39 (3). pp. 205-225.

Karmiloff-Smith, Annette, Broadbent, Hannah, Farran, Emily K, Longhi, Elena, D'Souza, Dean, Metcalfe, Kay, Tassabehji, May, Wu, Racehl, Senju, Atsushi, Happe, Francesca, Turnpenny, Peter and Sansbury, Francis (2012) Social cognition in Williams syndrome: genotype/phenotype insights from partial deletion patients FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 3, 169.

Broadbent, HM, Peden, JF, Lorkowski, S, Goel, A, Ongen, H, Green, F, Clarke, R, Collins, R, Franzosi, MG, Tognoni, G, Seedorf, U, Rust, S, Eriksson, P, Hamsten, A, Farrall, M and Watkins, H (2008) Susceptibility to coronary artery disease and diabetes is encoded by distinct, tightly linked SNPs in the ANRIL locus on chromosome 9p HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS, 17 (6). pp. 806-814.

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