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The differential assessment of children's attention: the Test of Everyday Attention for Children (TEA-Ch), normative sample and ADHD performance.
A novel battery, the Test of Everyday Attention for Children (TEA-Ch), comprising nine subtests adapted from the adult literature, is described and a three-factor model of sustained and selective attention and higher-level "executive" control formed a good fit to the data, even in the youngest children. Expand
Functional neuroanatomy of emotions: A meta-analysis
Novel statistical techniques were applied to the meta-analysis of 106 PET and fMRI studies of human emotion and predictions made by key neuroscientific models demonstrated partial support for asymmetry accounts. Expand
The test of everyday attention
An allantoin glycine complex is disclosed as is an allantoin salt glycine complex. Medicinal and cosmetic compositions containing these complexes are also disclosed.
Anosognosia for Plegia: Specificity, Extension, Partiality and Disunity of Bodily Unawareness
Double dissociation showed that concurrent unawareness of movement failures is a separate deficit from these, and double dissociations indicated that anosognosia can be specific to plegia: and patients do not generally overestimate other abilities. Expand
Facial expression recognition across the adult life span
The results are discussed in terms of studies from the neuropsychological and functional imaging literature that indicate that separate brain regions may underlie the emotions fear and disgust. Expand
Dipy, a library for the analysis of diffusion MRI data
Dipy aims to provide transparent implementations for all the different steps of dMRI analysis with a uniform programming interface, and has implemented classical signal reconstruction techniques, such as the diffusion tensor model and deterministic fiber tractography. Expand
Stimulus-independent thought depends on central executive resources
The results suggest that production of SITs depends on central executive resources. Expand
The structure of normal human attention: The Test of Everyday Attention.
The Test of Everyday Attention (TEA), which was developed and standardized on the basis of these subtests, has three parallel forms, high test-retest reliability, and correlates significantly with existing measures of attention. Expand
A neurological basis for visual discomfort.
The parameters of the patterns that induce illusions closely resemble those that elicit epileptiform electroencephalographic abnormalities in patients with photosensitive epilepsy and those under which more illusions are seen. Expand
QuickBundles, a Method for Tractography Simplification
A simple, compact, tailor-made clustering algorithm, QuickBundles (QB), that overcomes the complexity of these large data sets and provides informative clusters in seconds and can help in the search for similarities across several subjects. Expand