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OBJECTIVE To determine response of low-IQ children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms to methylphenidate (MPH). METHODS An aggregated analysis was conducted in 90 children with low IQ who received the same dose regimen of MPH in three independent, placebo-controlled studies. Active drug and placebo were given from 2 to 4 weeks(More)
The study examined Symptom Validity Test (SVT) performance in a sample of military service members on active orders as a function of evaluation context. Service members were assessed in the context of either a pending disability evaluation (Medical Evaluation Board; MEB) or a non-MEB/clinical evaluation. Overall, 41.8% of the sample failed the Word Memory(More)
The Nisonger Child Behavior Rating Form (NCBRF) has been used in several large studies of risperidone in children with low IQs (36-84) and disruptive behavior disorders (conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder). We wanted to develop a companion instrument for assessing 'typically developing' children and adolescents. In this study, we modified(More)
Twenty children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and low IQs, who participated in a drug study, were followed up 4.5 years later, when their ages averaged 12.4 years (range: 8-20 years: SD = 2.78). Participants were assessed by their parents and teachers on the Aberrant Behavior Checklist-Community (ABC; Aman & Singh, 1994), on the Child(More)
This brief report sought to evaluate the classification statistics of the Advanced Clinical Solutions (ACS) embedded measures of symptom validity in relation to the Word Memory Test (WMT), a well-established standalone measure of effort in a sample of active duty military service members with a history of mild traumatic brain injury. Results demonstrated(More)
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