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Mohay, Heather A. (2007) Premature Babies. In Ayers, Susan, Baum, Andrew, McManus, Chris, Newman, Stanton, Wallston, Kenneth, Weinman, John, et al. (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Ed). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 827-830.
Mohay, Heather A. (2005) Neuropsychological development in infancy: Insights from the study of preterm infants. In Mohite, P. (Ed.) Theoretical Approaches to Early Development: Implications for intervention. M. S. University, Centre for Advanced Study in Human Development, Baroda, India, pp. 45-64.
Ford, Ruth, Neulinger, Kerryn, O'Callaghan, Michael, Mohay, Heather, Gray, Peter, & Shum, David (2011) Executive function in 7-9-year-old children born extremely preterm or with extremely low birth weight: Effects of biomedical history, age at assessment, and socioeconomic status. Archives Of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26(7), pp. 632-644.
Mohay, Heather A. & Forbes, Nicole (2009) Reducing the risk of posttraumatic stress disorder in children following natural disasters. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 19(2), pp. 179-195.
Sun, Jenny, Mohay, Heather A., & O'Callaghan, Michael (2009) A comparison of executive function in very preterm and term infants at 8 months corrected age. Early Human Development, 85(4), pp. 225-230.
Shum, David, Neulinger, Kerryn, O'Callaghan, Michael, & Mohay, Heather A. (2008) Attentional problems in children born very preterm or with extremely low birth weight at 7-9 years. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23(1), pp. 103-112.
Macdonald, Elspeth, Lee, Erica, Geraghty, Kerry, McCann, Karen, Mohay, Heather A., & O'Brien, Tom (2007) Towards a developmental framework of consumer and carer participation in child and adolescent mental health services. Australasian Psychiatry, 15(6), pp. 504-508.
Moon, Natasha M., Mohay, Heather A., & Gray, Peter H. (2007) Developmental patterns from 1 to 4 years of extremely preterm infants who required home oxygen therapy. Early Human Development, 83(4), pp. 209-216.
Mohay, Heather A. & Reid, Emma N. (2006) The inclusion of children with a disability in child care: The influence of experience, training and attitudes of childcare staff. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 31(1), pp. 35-42.
Macdonald, Elspeth, Mohay, Heather A., Sorensen, Debra, Alcorn, Neil, McDermott, Brett, & Lee, Erica (2005) Current delivery of infant mental health services: are infant mental health needs being met? Australasian Psychiatry, 13(4), pp. 393-398.
Shields, Linda, Stathis, Stephen, Mohay, Heather A., van Haeringen, Alison, Williams, Hanne, Wood, David, et al. (2004) The health of children in immigration detention: how does Australia compare? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(6), pp. 513-519.
Davis, Leigh M., Edwards, Helen E., Mohay, Heather A., & Wollin, Judy (2003) The Course of Depression in Mothers' of Premature Infants in Hospital and at Home. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 21(2), pp. 20-26.
Davis, Leigh M., Edwards, Helen E., & Mohay, Heather A. (2003) Mother-infant interaction in premature infants at three months after nursery discharge. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 9(6), pp. 374-381.
Davis, Leigh M., Edwards, Helen E., Mohay, Heather A., & Wollin, Judy (2003) The impact of very premature birth on the psychological health of mothers. Early Human Development, 73(1-2), pp. 61-70.
Davis, Leigh M., Mohay, Heather A., & Edwards, Helen E. (2003) Mothers' Involvement in Caring for their Premature Infants: An Historical Overview. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42(6), pp. 578-586.
Alsop-Shields, Linda & Mohay, Heather (2001) John Bowlby & James Robertson: Theorists, Scientists & Crusaders for Improvements in the Care of Children in Hospital. Journal of Advanced Nursing, pp. 50-58.