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An international perspective on Tourette syndrome: selected findings from 3500 individuals in 22 countries
- R. Freeman, D. Fast, L. Burd, J. Kerbeshian, M. Robertson, P. Sandor
- Psychology, MedicineDevelopmental medicine and child neurology
- 1 July 2000
A multisite, international database of 3500 individuals diagnosed with Tourette syndrome, with wide variation among sites, can be used as the entry point for further research when large samples are studied and generalizability of results is important.
Fetal alcohol syndrome: neuropsychiatric phenomics.
A prevalence study of pervasive developmental disorders in North Dakota.
- L. Burd, W. Fisher, J. Kerbeshian
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of the American Academy of Child and…
- 1 September 1987
Of North Dakota's 180,986 children, ages 2 through 18, 21 met DSM-III criteria for infantile autism (IA), two met criteria for childhood onset pervasive developmental disorder (COPDD), and 36 were diagnosed as having atypical pervasive developmental Disorder (APDD) because they met behavioral criteria for COPDD before age 30 months but never meet criteria for IA.
Recognition and management of fetal alcohol syndrome.
Coprophenomena in Tourette syndrome
The most robust associations of coprophenomena were with the number of non‐tic repetitive behaviors, spitting, and inappropriate sexual behavior, and their emergence occurs in only about one in five referred patients.
Prenatal and perinatal risk factors for autism
- L. Burd, R. Severud, J. Kerbeshian, M. Klug
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of perinatal medicine
- 20 January 1999
This methodology may provide an inexpensive method for clinics and public health providers to identify risk factors and to identify maternal characteristics of patients with mental illness and developmental disorders.
A North Dakota prevalence study of schizophrenia presenting in childhood.
The authors discuss the use of DSM-III criteria in the diagnosis of SC, and whether schizophrenia presenting in childhood (SC) occurs among a population of children with an early history of pervasive developmental disorder.
Tourette Syndrome and Comorbid Pervasive Developmental Disorders
- L. Burd, Qing Li, J. Kerbeshian, M. Klug, R. Freeman
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of child neurology
- 1 February 2009
Rates of comorbid Tourette syndrome and pervasive developmental disorders to be increased by 13 times and variations from logistic modeling were: male gender; no family history of tics/Tourette syndrome; and an increased number ofComorbidities.
Is development of Tourette disorder a marker for improvement in patients with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders?
- L. Burd, W. Fisher, J. Kerbeshian, M. Arnold
- PsychologyJournal of the American Academy of Child and…
- 1 March 1987
It is suggested that the development of the symptoms of TD subsequent to the onset of PDD may serve as a marker for improved developmental outcome and that children with PDD who also meet criteria for TD may constitute a distinct subgroup of children withPDD.
Children and Adolescents With Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder: 1. Prevalence and Cost of Care
- L. Burd, M. Klug, Matthew J. Coumbe, J. Kerbeshian
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of child neurology
- 1 August 2003
The objective of this study was to use population-based data to estimate the prevalence and cost of treatment for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The North Dakota Department of…