Kelly, D., Walker, R & Norbury, CF. (2012), “Deficits in Volitional Oculomotor Control Align with Language Status in Autism Spectrum Disorder”, Developmental Science.
Norbury, CF, Nation, K. (2011), “Understanding Variability in Reading Comprehension in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Interactions with Language Status and Decoding Skill”, Scientific Studies of Reading.
Norbury, CF, Brock, J, Cragg, L, Einav, S, Nation, K (2009), “Eye-movement patterns are associated with communicative competence in autistic spectrum disorders”, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 50(7): 834-842.
Bishop DVM, Norbury CF (2008), “Speech and language impairments”, In Rutter, M. et al (Eds.), Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 5th Edition. Blackwells 782-801.
Brock, J., Norbury, CF, Einav, S, Nation, K (2008), “Do individuals with autism process words in context? Evidence from language-mediated eye-movements”, Cognition. 108: 896-904.Download
Bishop DVM, Adams C, Norbury CF (2006), “Distinct genetic influences on grammar and phonological short term memory deficits: Evidence from 6-year-old twins”, Genes, Brain and Behavior. 5: 158-169.
Bishop DVM, Laws G, Norbury CF, Adams C (2006), “High heritability of speech-language impairments in 6-year-old twins demonstrated using parent and teacher report”, Behavior Genetics. 36: 173-184.
Paul R, Norbury CF (2006), “Definitions and models of language disorders in children”, In Paul R (Eds.), Language Disorders: From Infancy through Adolescence, 3rd Edition. Mosby Incorporated
Bishop DVM, Norbury CF (2005), “Executive functions in children with communication impairments, in relation to autistic symptomatology: I. Generativity”, Autism. 9: 7-27.
Bishop DVM, Norbury CF (2005), “Executive functions in children with communication impairments, in relation to autistic symptomatology: II. Response inhibition”, Autism. 9: 29-43.
Nation K, Norbury CF (2005), “Why reading comprehension fails: Insights from developmental disorders”, Topics in Language Disorders. 25: 21-32.
Norbury CF (2005), “The relationship between Theory of Mind and metaphor: Evidence from children with language impairment and autistic spectrum disorder”, British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 23: 383-399.Download
Norbury CF (2005), ” Barking up the wrong tree? Lexical ambiguity resolution in children with language impairments and autistic spectrum disorders “, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 90: 142-171.Download
Bishop DVM, Adams CV, Norbury CF (2004), “Using nonword repetition to distinguish genetic and environmental influences on early literacy development: a study of 6-year-old twins”, American Journal of Medical Genetics. 129: 94-96.
Norbury CF (2004), ” Factors supporting idiom comprehension in children with communication disorders “, Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research. 47: 1179-1193.
Norbury CF, Nash M, Baird G, Bishop DVM (2004), “Using a parental checklist to identify diagnostic groups in children with communication impairment: A validation of the Children’s Communication Checklist – 2″, International Journal of Language and Communication Impairments. 39: 345-364.
Norbury CF, Bishop DVM (2003), “Narrative skills in children with communication impairments”, International Journal of Language and Communication Impairments. 38: 287-313.
Bishop DVM, Norbury CF (2002), ” Exploring the borderlands of autistic disorder and specific language impairment: A study using standardised diagnostic instruments “, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 43: 917-929.
Norbury CF, Bishop DVM (2002), “Inferential processing and story recall in children with communication problems: A comparison of specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment, and high functioning autism”, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 37: 227-251.
Norbury CF, Bishop DVM, Briscoe J (2002), “Does impaired grammatical comprehension provide evidence for an innate grammar module?”, Applied Psycholinguistics. 23: 247-268.
Briscoe J, Bishop DVM, Norbury CF (2001), “Phonological processing, language and literacy: A comparison of children with mild to moderate sensori-neural hearing loss and those with specific language impairment”, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 42: 329-340.
Norbury CF, Bishop DVM, Briscoe J (2001), ” Production of English finite verb morphology: A comparison of mild-moderate hearing impairment and specific language impairment “, Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research. 44: 165-178.