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  1. Middleton A (2005) Parents’ attitudes towards genetic testing and the impact of deafness in the family. In: D Stephens and L Jones (Eds). The Impact of Genetic Hearing Impairment. London: Whurr, pp 11-53
  2. Middleton A (2004) Deaf and hearing adults’ attitudes towards genetic testing for deafness. In: Van Cleve J V (Ed). Genetics, Disability, and Deafness. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, pp 127-47
  3. Middleton A, Hewison J, Mueller R F (2001) Prenatal diagnosis for inherited deafness – what is the potential demand? Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 10, issue 2, pp 121-131
  4. Mueller R F, Nehammer A, Middleton A, Houseman M, Taylor GR, et al (1999) Congenital non-syndromal sensorineural hearing impairment due to Connexin 26 gene mutations – molecular and audiological findings. International Journal of Pediatric Otology, vol. 50, issue 1, pp 3-13
  5. Middleton A, Meuller RF, Hewison J (1999) Reply to Michie and Marteau. American Journal Human Genetics, vol. 65, issue 4, pp 1207-1208
  6. Middleton A, Hewison J, Mueller RF (1998) Attitudes of deaf adults towards genetic testing for hereditary deafness. American Journal Human Genetics, vol. 63 issue 4, pp 1175-1180
  7. Middleton A, Hewison J, Mueller RF (1998) Attitudes of deaf adults towards testing in pregnancy for hereditary deafness. Deaf Worlds, vol. 14, issue 3, p 8
  8. Middleton A (1998) Invited book review on "Culture, Kinship and Genetics" American Journal Human Genetics 63 p289-290
  9. Denoyelle F, Weil D, Maw MA... Middleton A et al (1997) Prelingual deafness: high prevalence of a 30delG mutation in the Connexin 26 gene. Human Molecular Genetics, vol. 6, pp 2173-2177