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Academic Publications

Jane is a Course Director for postgraduate child development programmes at University College London. She lectures on neuropsychology, neurodevelopmental conditions (Tourette’s syndrome, autism, OCD) and therapeutic issues (such as evidence based therapies, how to capitalise on ‘the teenage brain’, how to engage young people and families in psychological treatment).

Peer-reviewed publications listed below.

Hadji-Michael,M., Catanzano, M., McAllister, E., Heyman. I. , Lack, O. Gilmour, J. Applying an established Exposure Response Prevention protocol for Young People with Tourette’s syndrome in an intensive, group format: a feasibility study. Submitted


Hohnen, B. & Gilmour J. (in press) Early Adversity. In Murphy T & Booth R (eds) Paediatric Neuropsychology within the Multidisciplinary Context. London: Mac Keith.


Rodin, A., Fleetwood-Meade, K., Gilmour, J., Kasuiia, R & Murphy, T. (2020) Why don’t children in Uganda have tics? A mixed-methods study of beliefs, knowledge and attitudes of health professionals, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45 (5), 967-978


Gilmour J. & Hohnen, B. (2017) Paediatric Neuropsychological Assessment II: Domains for Assessment. In Skuse D, Bruce H & Dowdney L (eds) Child Psychology and Psychiatry: Frameworks for Practice (3rd Edition) pp.234-244. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.


Mandy, W., Charman, T., Gilmour, J., & Skuse, D. (2011). Toward specifying pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified. Autism Res, 4 (2), 121-131.


Donno, R., Parker, G., Gilmour, J., & Skuse, D. H. (2010) Social communication deficits in disruptive primary-school children. British Journal of Psychiatry, 196, 282-289.

Tregay, J., Gilmour, J., & Charman, T. (2009). Childhood rituals and executive functions. Br J Dev Psychol, 27 (Pt 2), 283-296.


Cutler, D., Murphy, T., Gilmour, J., & Heyman, I. (2009). The quality of life of young people with Tourette syndrome. Child Care Health and Development, 35 (4), 496-504.


Gilmour, J., Hill, B., Place, M., & Skuse, D. H. (2004). Social communication deficits in conduct disorder: a clinical and community survey. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45 (5), 967-978.


Hill, P. & Gilmour, J. (2002) Expert Opinions in ADHD Issue 2 Assessment. Northwood: AC Publications Limited


Gilmour, J., Skuse, D., & Pembrey, M. (2001). Hyperphagic short stature and Prader-Willi syndrome: a comparison of behavioural phenotypes, genotypes and indices of stress. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 179, 129-137.


Gilmour J. & Skuse D. (1999). A case comparison study of the characteristics of children with short stature syndrome induced by stress and a series of unaffected ‘stressed’ children. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 40, 969-978.


Skuse D. & Gilmour J. (1999). Peer and self-perception of children with short stature – the role of cognition. In: U. Eiholzer (Ed). Growth, Stature and Psychosocial Well-Being. Gottingen: Hogrefe and Huber.

Skuse D. & Gilmour J. (1999). Psychosocial short stature: follow-up to adolescence and adulthood. In: U. Eiholzer (Ed). Growth, Stature and Psychosocial Well-Being. Gottingen: Hogrefe and Huber.


Skuse, D. H., & Gilmour, J. (1998). Psychological disorders. In C. J. H. Kelnar, M. O. Savage, H. F. Stirling, P. Saenger (Eds.), Growth Disorders: Pathophysiology and Treatment (pp. 483-496). London: Chapman & Hall.


Skuse D. & Gilmour J. (1997). Psychological consequences of short stature. In: C. Kelnar, M. Savage, H. Stirling, P. Saenger (Eds). Growth disorders: pathophysiology and treatment. London: Chapman and Hall, pp 483-496.


Skuse D. & Gilmour J. (1997). Quality of life of children with normal short stature. Clinical Pediatric Endocrinology, 6 (suppl 9), 29-37.


Skuse, D., & Gilmour, J. (1997). Abuse and short stature. In R. Meadow (Ed.), ABC of child abuse (pp. 34-37). London: BMJ Publishing Group.


Gilmour J., & Skuse D. (1996). Short stature – the role of intelligence in psychosocial adjustment. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 75, 25-31.


Gilmour J., Skuse, D. & Pembrey, M. (1996). Hyperphagic Short Stature – a genetic syndrome? Behaviour Genetics, 26, 585-586.


Skuse D., Albanese A., Stanhope R., Gilmour J., & Voss L. (1996a). A new stress-related syndrome of growth failure and hyperphagia in children, associated with reversibility of growth-hormone insufficiency. Lancet, 348, 353-357.


Skuse D., Gilmour J., Stanhope R., Albanese A. & Voss L. (1996b). Stress-related growth failure. Lancet, 348, 1104-1105.


Williams B.T.R., & Gilmour J.D. (1994). Annotation: Sociometry and peer relationships. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 35, 6, 97-1013.


Skuse D., Gilmour J., Tian C.S., Hindmarsh P. (1994). Psychosocial assessment of children with short stature – a preliminary report. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica, suppl 406, 11-16.

Academic and Teaching Awards

UCL Faculty Student Nominated Teaching Award (Population Health Sciences) 2021


UCL Faculty Education Award (Population Health Sciences) 2020


Shortlisted - UCL Provost Education Award 2020  

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