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Oliver, Chris and Crayton, L and Holland, A and Bradbury, J (1998) A four year prospective study of age-related cognitive change in adults with Down's syndrome. Psychological Medicine.
Oliver, Chris and Hall, Scott and Nixon, Julie (1999) A molecular to molar analysis of communicative and problem behaviours. Research in Developmental Disabilities.
Oliver, Chris and Crayton, Lissa and Holland, Anthony and Hall, Scott (2000) Acquired cognitive impairments in adults with Down syndrome: effects on the individual, carers and services. American Journal on Mental Retardation.
Oliver, Chris and McClintock, K and Hall, S and Smith, M and Dagnan, D and Stenfert-Kroese, B (2003) Assessing the severity of challenging behaviour: Psychometric properties of the Challenging Behaviour Interview. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.
Tunnicliffe, Penny and Oliver, Chris (2011) Phenotype-environment interactions in genetics syndromes associated with severe or profound intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities.
Oliver, Chris and Hall, Scott and Hales, Jackie and Head, Donna (1996) Self-injurious behaviour and people with intellectual disabilities: assessing the behavioural knowledge and causal explanations of care staff. Journal Of Applied Research In Intellectual Disabilities.
Oliver, Chris and Murphy, Glyn and Crayton, LIssa (1993) Self-injurious behaviour in Rett syndrome: interactions between features of Rett syndrome and operant conditioning. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Oliver, Chris and Richards, Caroline (2010) Self-injurious behaviour in people with intellectual disability. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. ISSN 0951-7367
Russell, H and Oliver, Chris (2003) The assessment of food-related problems in individuals with Prader-Willi syndrome. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. ISSN 0144-6657
Oliver, Chris and Demetriades, L and Hall, S (2002) The effect of environmental events on smiling and laughing behaviour in Angelman syndrome. American Journal on Mental Retardation.