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Základní publikace

Knihy a videozáznamy

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Wood, E. (1984). Reading and language development in children with Down's syndrome. Booklet and videotape. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Polytechnic.

§                    Buckley, S. J., Emslie, M., Haslegrave, G, & LePrevost, P. (1986). The development of language and reading skills in children with Down's syndrome. Book and videotape. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Polytechnic. ISBN: 0-900234-17-2.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Sacks, B. I. (1987). The adolescent with Down's syndrome - life for the teenager and for the family. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Polytechnic. ISBN: 0-900234-19-9.

§                    Buckley, S. J., Emslie, M., Haslegrave, G. & LePrevost, P. (1993). The development of language and reading skills in children with Down's syndrome. 2nd edition. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth. ISBN: 0-900234-17-2.

§                    Bird, G. & Buckley, S. J. (1994). Meeting the educational needs of children with Down's syndrome: a resource for teachers. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth. ISBN: 1-898-108-27-7.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Bird, G. (1995). Understanding Down's syndrome: 1. Learning to talk. Videotape. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Bird, G. (1995). Understanding Down's syndrome: 2. Learning to read. Videotape. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth.

§                    Buckley, S.J. & Bird, G. (Eds.) (2000) Down Syndrome: Issues and Information for Teachers - a complete guide to successfully meeting the educational needs of children with Down syndrome. In press Available August 2000

Kapitoly v knihách

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1984). The influence of family variables on children's progress on Portage. In A. Dessent (Ed.), What is important about Portage? (pp. 21-28) Windsor: NFER-Nelson.

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1985). Attaining basic educational skills: reading, writing and number. In D. Lane & B. Stratford (Eds.), Current Approaches to Down's Syndrome. (pp. 315-343) Eastbourne: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. ISBN: 0-03-910610-1.

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1985). The effect of Portage on the development of Down's syndrome children and their families- an interim report. In B. Daly (Ed.), Portage: The Importance of Parents. (pp. 167-176) Windsor: NFER-Nelson. ISBN: 0-70-050681-0.

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1992). The development of children with Down syndrome - implications for effective education. In P. Rogers & M. Coleman (Eds.), Medical Care in Down Syndrome: A Preventative Medicine and Early Management Approach. (pp. 29-67) New York: Marcell Dekker. ISBN: 0-8247-8684-X.

§                    Buckley, S. J., Bird, G. & Byrne, A.(1996). Reading acquisition by young children with Down syndrome. (pp 268-279) In B. Stratford & P. Gunn (Eds) New Approaches to Down Syndrome. London: Cassell. ISBN: 304-33350-6.

§                    Buckley, S.J. (1999a) Promoting the Development of Children with Down syndrome: the practical implications of recent psychological research. In J. A. Rondal, J. Perera & L. Nadel (Eds) Down's Syndrome: A Review of Current Knowledge. Pp 111-123. London: Whurr. ISBN:1 86156 062 1. Theses

§                    Woods, E (1984) The effect of early home teaching on the child with Down syndrome. MPhil Thesis University of Portsmouth

§                    Hamilton, C. (1991) An investigation of the articulatory patterns of young people with Down syndrome using electropalatography. MSc Thesis University of Portsmouth.

§                    Jenkins, C. (1991) The relationship between verbal comprehension and expressive language in children with Down syndrome. MSc Thesis University of Portsmouth.

§                    Broadley, B (1994) Teaching short-term memory skills to children with Down syndrome. PhD Thesis. University of Portsmouth.

§                    Ramruttun, B (1995) A comparative study of pre-linguistic communication in young children with Down syndrome. MSc Thesis University of Portsmouth.

§                    Ramruttun, M (1995) 'I drowned in her eyes' An examination of making and maintaining friendships for people with learning disabilities. MSc Thesis University of Portsmouth.

§                    Byrne, A (1997) Teaching reading to children with Down syndrome. PhD Thesis. University of Portsmouth.

§                    Stores, R (1996) PhD Thesis. The pattern of sleep problems in children with Down syndrome and other learning disabilities. University of Portsmouth

§                    Appleton, M (2000) Reading and its relationship to language development: a comparison of pre-school children with Down syndrome, hearing impairment or typical development. MPhil Thesis University of Portsmouth

§                    Gould, S (1998) Self concept in teenagers with Down syndrome. MSc Thesis University of Portsmouth.

Články v časopisech

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1993a). Language development in children with Down's syndrome; reasons for optimism. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice, 1, 3-9. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Bird, G. (1993). Teaching children with Down's syndrome to read.Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice, 1, 34-41. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1993b). Developing the speech and language skills of teenagers with Down's syndrome. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice, 1, 63-71. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Byrne, A. & Buckley, S.J. (1993). The significance of maternal speech styles for children with Down's syndrome. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice, 1, 107-117. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Oliver, B, & Buckley, S. J. (1994). The language development of children with Down's syndrome: First words to two word phrases. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice, 2, 71- 75. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Rutter, T. & Buckley, S. J. (1994). The acquisition of grammatical morphemes in children with Down's syndrome. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 2, 76-82. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Broadley, I. & MacDonald, J. (1993) Teaching short-term memory skills to children with Down's syndrome. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 1, 56-62. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Broadley, I., MacDonald, J., & Buckley, S. J. (1994). Are children with Down's syndrome able to maintain skills learned from a short-term memory training programme?Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 2. 116-122. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Byrne, A., Buckley, S.J., MacDonald, J. & Bird, G. (1995). Investigating the literacy, language and memory skills of children with Down's syndrome and their mainstream peers. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 3..2. 53-58. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Laws, G., Buckley, S.J., Bird, G., MacDonald, J. & Broadley, I. (1995). The influence of reading instruction on language and memory development in children with Down's syndrome. Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 3. (2) 59-64.ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Laws, G. MacDonald, J., Buckley, S.J. & Broadley, I. (1995) Long-term maintenance of memory skills taught to children with Down syndrome.Down's Syndrome: Research and Practice. 3 (3) 103-109. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Buckley, S.J (1995). Increasing the conversational utterance length of teenagers with Down's syndrome.Down Syndrome: Research and Practice. 3, 3, 110-116 ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Laws, G., Taylor, M., Bennie, S. & Buckley, S.J. (1996) Classroom behaviour, language competence and acceptance of children with Down syndrome by their mainstream peers.Down Syndrome: Research and Practice. 4 (3) 100-109. ISSN: 0968-7912.

§                    Stores, R., Stores, G., Buckley, S. J. & Fellows, B.F. (1998a). Daytime behaviour problems and maternal stress in children with Down syndrome, their siblings, non learning-disabled peers and learning disabled peers. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 42 (3) 228-237. ISSN: 0964-2633.

§                    Stores, R., Stores, G., Buckley, S. J.& Fellows, B. F.(1998b).A factor analysis of sleep problems and their psychological associations in children with Down syndrome. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.11 (4) 345 - 354. ISSN:1360-2322.

V tisku/přípravě k tisku

§                    Laws, G., Byrne, A. & Buckley, S. J. (in press) Language and memory development in children with Down syndrome in mainstream and special schools: a comparison. Educational Psychology.

§                    Byrne A, MacDonald, J. & Buckley, S. (submitted) Reading, language and memory skills: a comparative longitudinal study of children with Down syndrome and their mainstream peers. British Journal of Educational Psychology.

§                    Byrne A, MacDonald, J. & Buckley, S. (in revision) The development of reading strategies for children with Down syndrome and their mainstream peers. In preparation for submission to Journal of Reading Research..

§                    Byrne A, Buckley, S, MacDonald, J & Bird, G. (in preparation) A four year longitudinal study of reading development in children with Down syndrome: Progress and variability. In preparation for submission to Down Syndrome: Research & Practice.

§                    Le Prevost, P., Buckley, S.J. & Stores, R. (in preparation) An evaluation of an early intervention programme for speech and language in children with Down syndrome.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Pennanen, T (in preparation) Profiles of early language development for children with Down syndrome: the link between vocabulary size and grammar.

§                    Buckley, S.J. & Solomon, N. (in preparation) An evaluation of a Memory Training computer package for children with down syndrome and peers with learning difficulties.

§                    Buckley, S.J. & Quail, S. (in preparation) The social interactions of teenagers with Down syndrome and their non-disabled peers in inclusive school placements.

§                    Gould, S & Buckley, S (in preparation) Self-concept in teenagers with Down syndrome

§                    Nye, J. Fluck, M. & Buckley, S. J. (in preparation) Counting and cardinality in children with Down syndrome and typically developing children.

§                    Appleton, M, Buckley, S.J. & MacDonald, J. (in preparation) A three year longitudinal study of reading development among pre-school children with Down syndrome and pre-school typically developing children.

§                    Buckley, S.J. (submitted) Literacy attainments for children with Down syndrome, speech and language impairment and autism - a review of current research. Paper prepared for DfEE.

§                    Buckley, S.J., Bird, G, Sacks, B.I. & Archer, T. (in preparation). A comparison of mainstream and special school education for teenagers with Down syndrome: Effects on social and academic development.

Články v časopisech pro rodiny nebo lékaře

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Bird, G. (1998a) Including children with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome News and Update, 1 (1), 5-13. ISSN: 1463-6212.

§                    Buckley, S. J. & Bird, G. (1998b). Including children with Down syndrome: from the community to the individual.Down Syndrome News and Update. 1 (2) 60 -66. . ISSN: 1463-6212

§                    Buckley, S. J. (1999). Improving the speech and language of children and teenagers with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome News and Update. 1 (3) 111-128. . ISSN: 1463-6212

§                    Bird, G & Buckley, S.J. (1999). Meeting the educational needs of pupils with Down syndrome in mainstream secondary schools. Down Syndrome News and Update. 1 (4) 159-174. . ISSN: 1463-6212

§                    Buckley, S.J., Bird, G., Sacks, B. & Archer, T. (2000). The development of teenagers with Down syndrome in 1987 and 1999: Implications for families and schools. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(2) . ISSN: 1463-6212 In press

§                    Buckley, S.J. & Bird, G. (2000) Current approaches to teaching reading and writing for children with Down syndrome Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(2) . ISSN: 1463-6212 In press

Další odkazy

§                    Gathercole, S.E. (1998) The development of memory. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 39 (1) 3-27.

§                    Miller, J.F., Leddy, M. & Leavitt, L.A. (1999) Improving the communication of people with Down syndrome. Baltimore, MD: Paul H Brookes.

§                    Gunn, P & Crombie, M. (1996) Language and speech. In New Approaches to Down Syndrome. Stratford, B. & Gunn, P (Eds) (pp 249-267). London: Cassell

§                    Kumin, L. (1999) Comprehensive speech and language treatment for infants, toddlers and children with Down syndrome. In Down syndrome: a promising future together. Hassold T.J. & Patterson, D. (Eds). (pp 145-154). New York: Wiley-Liss.

§                    Rondal, J.A (1999) Language in Down syndrome: current perspectives. In Down Syndrome: a review of current knowledge. Rondal, J.A., Perera, J & Nadel, L. (Eds.) (pp143-150). London: Whurr.

§                    Monari Martinez, E (1998) Teenagers with Down syndrome study algebra in high school. Down Syndrome: Research and Practice. 5, 1, 34-38 ISSN: 0968-7912

§                    Cunningham, C.C., Glenn, S., Lorenz, S., Cuckle, P & Shepperdson, B (1998) Trends and outcomes in educational placements for children with Down syndrome. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 13 (3) 225-237.

§                    Mitnick, B. (1987) Review in Down Syndrome: Abstracts for Professionals.

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