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Book Chapters

Lester, B.M., McGrath, M.M., Garcia-Coll, C.T., Brem, F.S., Sullivan, M.C., & Mattis, S.B. (1994). Relationship between risk and protective factors, developmental outcome and the home environment at 4-years of age in term and preterm infants.  In H. Fitzgerald (Ed.), Children in Poverty: Research, Health Care, and Policy (pp.197-227).  New York: Garland Press.


McGrath, M.M., Lester, B.M., Boukydis, C.F.Z., & Sullivan, M.C. (1994). Predicted validity of repeated Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) Exams in 4-year-old term and preterm infants. In C. Garcia-Coll (Chair), Arousal and self regulation in preterm and full term infants. Infant Behavioral & Development: Special ICIS Issue (Vol. 9). Norwood, NY: Ablex Publishing Corp.


Msall, M. E., Sullivan, M., Park, J. (2010). Pathways of risk and resiliency after prematurity: Role of socioeconomic status. In C. Nosarti, R. Murray, M. Hack (Eds). Neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm birth: from childhood to adult life. New York: Cambridge University Press. 

PMCID # 18294577 NIHMSID # 172610 


Winchester, S. B., Sullivan, M. C., & Msall, M. E. (2014). Executive function in infants born preterm with varying birth weights and morbidities at emerging adulthood. In K. P. Bennett (Ed.), Executive functioning: Role in early learning processes, impairments in neurological disorders and impact of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) (pp.81-114). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.


Msall, M.E., Sobatka, S.A., Dmowska, A., Hogan, D. & Sullivan, M. (2018). Life course health development outcomes after prematurity: Developing a community, clinical, and translational research agenda to optimize health, behavior, and functioning. In Halfon, N., Forrest, R.M., Lerner, R.M., & Faustman, E.M. (Eds). Handbook of Life Course Health Development (pp. 321-348). Open Access: Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-47143-3_14.

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