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Bonnie M. Kramer, Ph.D.


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Journal Articles

Sinkin RA, Kramer BM, Merzbach JL, Myers GJ, Brooks JG, Palumbo DR, Cox C, Kendig JW, Mercier CE, Phelps DL. "School-age follow-up of prophylactic versus rescue surfactant trial: pulmonary, neurodevelopmental, and educational outcomes." Pediatrics.. 1998 May 0; 101(5):E11.

Arnold GL, Kramer BM, Kirby RS, Plumeau PB, Blakely EM, Sanger Cregan LS, Davidson PW. "Factors affecting cognitive, motor, behavioral and executive functioning in children with phenylketonuria." Acta paediatrica.. 1998 May 0; 87(5):565-70.

Wagner CL, Kramer BM, Kendig JW, Brooks JG, Cox C, Wagner MT, Phelps DL. "School-age follow-up of a single-dose prophylactic surfactant cohort." Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics : JDBP.. 1995 Oct 0; 16(5):327-32.

Davidson PW, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves JE, Van Speybroech A, Segel J, Gutkin J, Quijano LE, Kramer BM, Porter B, Shoham I. "Characteristics of community-based individuals with mental retardation and aggressive behavioral disorders." American journal of mental retardation : AJMR.. 1994 May 0; 98(6):704-16.

Kramer BM, Aman MG, Young EC. "The Psychopathology Instrument for Mentally Retarded Adults (PIMRA) with people with Down Syndrome: A research note". Assessment in Rehabilitation and Exceptionality. 1994; 1((3)): 251-257.

Young EC, Kramer BM. "Characteristics of age-related language decline in adults with Down syndrome." Mental retardation.. 1991 Apr 0; 29(2):75-9.

Richardson GA, Kwiatkowski B. "Life-span developmental psychology: Non-normative life events. A review of the seventh West Virginia University Life-span Developmental Psychology Conference". Human Development. 1981; 24: 425-429.

Vasta R, Andrews DE, Griffith J, Kwiatkowski B. "Facilitating accuracy of imitative articulation through reception training". Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 1978; 26: 508-516.

Pinckney GA. "Transitional probability in anagram solution in a group setting: a replication." Psychological reports.. 1965 Oct 0; 17(2):369-70.