J. C. Buitelaar

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Researchers and clinicians worldwide share concerns that many youngsters with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and/or disruptive behaviour disorders (DBDs) do not receive appropriate treatment despite availability of effective therapies. At the request of ... ABSTRACT Background. Several theoretical explanations of ADHD in children have(More)
In this thesis we investigate the use of control variates for the pricing of callable Libor exotics in the Libor Market Model. We introduce the concepts necessary to value these products: interest rate derivatives, the Libor Market Model, Monte Carlo simulation, callable Libor exotics and estimation of the optimal exercise strategy. For the Bermudan payer(More)
BACKGROUND Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is characterized by problems in regulating attention and in suppressing disruptive motor activity, i.e. hyperactivity and impulsivity. We recently found evidence that aberrant distribution of posterior α band oscillations (8-12 Hz) is associated with attentional problems in ADHD. The sensorimotor(More)
The main goal of deliverable D16.1 is to find an agreement within the different disciplines represented in the FIDIS NoE on the basic building blocks needed to allow dialoguing on the very specific research field of privacy-friendly identity management in eGovernment. Concretely, this means that the conceptual framework explores the basic concepts of (1)(More)
The main goal of deliverable D16.1 is to find an agreement within the different disciplines represented in the FIDIS NoE on the basic building blocks needed to allow dialoguing on the very specific research field of privacy-friendly identity management in eGovernment. Concretely, this means that the conceptual framework explores the basic concepts of (1)(More)
Post-mortem privacy is becoming a vital topic of public and scholarly legal concern. Post-mortem privacy is understood as the right of a person to preserve and control what becomes of his reputation and dignity after death. The assumption that the deceased does not qualify for privacy rights, because his bodily presence has been terminated, no longer holds(More)
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