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Courbois, Yannick and Farran, Emily and Lemahieu, Axel and Blades, Mark and Mengue-Topio, Hersula and Sockeel, Pascal (2013) Wayfinding behaviour in Down Syndrome : a study with virtual environments. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34. pp. 1825-1831. ISSN 0891-4222

Farran, Emily and Courbois, Yannick and Van Herwegen, Jo and Cruickshank, Alice and Blades, Mark (2012) Colour as an environmental cue when learning a route in a virtual environment: typical and atypical development. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33. pp. 900-908. ISSN 0891-4222

Farran, Emily and Courbois, Yannick and van Herwegen, Jo and Blades, Mark (2012) How useful are landmarks when learning a route in a virtual environment? Evidence from typical development and Williams syndrome. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 111 (4). pp. 571-586. ISSN 0022-0965

Purser, Harry and Farran, Emily and Courbois, Yannick and Lemahieu, Axelle and Mellier, Daniel and Sockeel, Pascal and Blades, Mark (2012) Short-term memory, executive control, and children's route learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 113. pp. 273-285. ISSN 0022-0965

Farran, Emily and Blades, Mark and Boucher, Jill and Tranter, Lesley (2010) How do individuals with Williams syndrome learn a route in a real-world environment? Developmental Science, 13 (3). pp. 454-468. ISSN 1363-755X

Courbois, Yannick and Blades, Mark and Farran, Emily and Sockeel, Pascal Do individuals with intellectual disability select appropriate objects as landmarks when learning a route? Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. ISSN 1744-6295 (print); 1744-6309 (electronic) (In Press)

Farran, Emily and Courbois, Yannick and Van Herwegen, Jo and Blades, Mark How useful are landmarks when learning a route in a virtual environment? Evidence from typical development and Williams Syndrome. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. ISSN 0022-0965 (print); 1096-0457 (electronic) (In Press)

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