CLINICAL TEACHING AND GUIDELINES
• Bradley, E. Caldwell, P & Underwood, L (2014). Autism Spectrum Disorders. Chapter 16 in: Handbook of Psychopathology in Intellectual Disability; Research, Practice & Policy. Eds: Tsakanikos, E. & McCarthy, J. Springer. NY. 237-263.
• Sullivan, W. F., Berg, J. M., Bradley, E., Cheetham, T., Denton, R., Heng, J., Hennen, B., Joyce, D., Kelly, M., Korossy, M., Lunsky, Y., McMillan, S. (2011). Primary care of adults with developmental disabilities: Canadian consensus guidelines. Canadian Family Physician. May(57): 541-553.
• Bradley, E.A. & Hollins, S. (2010). Assessment of patients with intellectual disabilities. In Goldbloom, D. Psychiatric Clinical Skills, Revised 1st edition. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
• Deb, S, Kwok, H, Bertelli, M, Salvador-Carulla, L, Bradley, E, Torr, J, Barnhill, J., (2010). International guide to prescribing psychotropic medication for the management of problem behaviours in adults with intellectual disabilities. World Psychiatry Oct.8(3):181-6
• Bradley, E.A. & Lofchy, J. (2005). Assessment of psychiatric and/or behavioural disturbance in persons with learning disability in the A&E department. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 11: 45-57.
• Bradley, E. & Hollins, S. (2013). Books Beyond Words: Using pictures to communicate. Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 19(1), 24-32.
• Bradley, E., & Caldwell, P. (2013). Mental health and autism: Promoting Autism FaVourable Environments (PAVE). Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 19(1), 8-23.
• Bradley, E., Sinclair, L., & Greenbaum, R. (2012). Trauma and adolescents with intellectual disabilities: interprofessional clinical and service perspectives. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 5:33-46
• Burke, L & Bradley, E (2013) Diversity in Ontario’s Youth and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Medical and Health Issues. Autism Advisor, 70, October, 1-3.
• Bradley, E.,Lunsky, Y., Palucka, A. & Homitidis, S. 2011. Recognition of intellectual disabilities and autism in psychiatric inpatients diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities. Vol 5 (6): 4-18.
• Bradley, E., & Cheetham, T. (2010). The use of psychotropic medication for the management of problem behaviours in adults with intellectual disabilities living in Canada. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities. 4(3): 12-26.
NIAGARA POPULATION BASED STUDY OF MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS IN TEENAGERS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND AUTISM (FUNDED BY THE NATIONAL HEALTH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUND, CANADA:
• Bradley, E., Ames, C & Bolton, P. (2011). Psychiatric conditions and behavioural problems in adolescents with intellectual disabilities: correlates with autism. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 56(2): 102-109.
• Bryson, S.E., Bradley, E.A., Thompson, A. & Wainwright, A. (2008). Prevalence of Autism among Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 53(7): 449-459.
• Bradley, E. & Bolton, P. (2006). Episodic psychiatric disorders in teenagers with learning disabilities with and without autism. British Journal of Psychiatry, 189: 361-6.
• Bradley, E. A. & Isaacs, B. J. (2006). Inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity in teenagers with intellectual disabilities, with and without autism. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 51(9): 598-606.
• Bradley, E.A., Summers, J. Wood. H. & Bryson, S. (2004). Comparing rates of psychiatric and behaviour disorder in adolescents and young adults with severe intellectual disability with and without autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 34; 2: 151-161.
• Bradley, E.A., Thompson, A. & Bryson, S. (2002). Mental retardation in teenagers: Prevalence data from the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 47; 7: 427-434.
• Lunsky, Y. & Bradley, E. A. (2001). Developmental disability training in Canadian psychiatry residency programs. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 46; 63-67.
• Bradley, E.A. & Udwin, O. (1989). Williams syndrome in adulthood – a case study focussing on psychological and psychiatric aspects. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, 33: 175-184.
• Bradley, E.A. (1988). Preparing Medical Undergraduates for their increasing role with patients who also have a mental handicap – a retrospective study. Medical Teacher, 10: 283-288.
• Bradley, E.A. (1984). Olfactory acuity to a pheromonal substance and psychotic illness. Biological Psychiatry, 19: 6, 899-905.
• Bradley, E.A. & Messenger, J.B. (1977). Brightness preference in Octopus as a function of the background brightness. Marine Behaviour and Psychology, 4: 243-251.
• Bradley, E.A. & Young, J.Z. (1975). Comparison of visual and tactile learning in Octopus after lesions to one of the two memory systems. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 1: 185-295.
• Bradley, E.A. (1975). The relationship between conduction velocity and nerve fibre diameter in three species of cephalopod. “The Life of Mammals”, J.Z. Young, Oxford: Clarendon Press, p.147.
• Bradley, E.A. & J.Z. Young. (1975). Are there circadian rhythms in learning by Octopus? Behavioural Biology, 13: 40, 527-531.
• Bradley, E.A. (1974). Some observations of Octopus Joubini reared in an island aquarium. Journal of Zoology, London, 173: 355-368.