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Quantitative brain magnetic resonance imaging in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
BACKGROUND Anatomic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been limited by small samples or measurement of single brain regions. Since theExpand
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Distinct neural mechanisms of risk and ambiguity: A meta-analysis of decision-making
We show that the neural substrates of decision-making vary depending on the nature of the decision being made. Expand
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Cerebellum in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Clinical, neuroanatomic, neurobehavioral, and functional brain-imaging studies suggest a role for the cerebellum in cognitive functions, including attention. However, the cerebellum has not beenExpand
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Brain development and ADHD.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is characterized by excessive inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, either alone or in combination. Neuropsychological findings suggest thatExpand
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A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Investigation of Uncertainty in Adolescents with Anxiety Disorders
BACKGROUND Pediatric anxiety disorders, although highly prevalent, are understudied with little known about their pathophysiology. Intolerance of uncertainty (IU) is a trait associated with worry, aExpand
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The Role of Parental Emotional Distress in Parent Report of Child Anxiety
Evaluated the role of maternal and paternal emotional distress in parent report of anxiety in their child. Participants were 239 children (ages 7.5 to 15 years) diagnosed with a primary anxietyExpand
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Quantitative morphology of the cerebellum and fourth ventricle in childhood-onset schizophrenia.
OBJECTIVE Studies have suggested that the maldeveloped neural circuitry producing schizophrenic symptoms may include the cerebellum. The authors found further support for this hypothesis by examiningExpand
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The Role of Treatment Acceptability in the Initiation of Treatment for ADHD
Approximately 50% of families of children with ADHD fail to pursue, or adhere to, recommended treatments. The present study examines parent ratings of the acceptability of pharmacological andExpand
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Parental Involvement When Conducting Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children With Anxiety Disorders
Discusses the potential roles of parents in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with anxious youth and how parents can both facilitate and/or impede treatment progress. Parents facilitate theExpand
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