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Behavioral inhibition deficits in juvenile psychopaths
Although many studies have shown that delinquents are impaired on certain executive function tasks related to frontal lobe functioning, whether psychopaths present with such impairments is stillExpand
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Predictors of Maternal Support: The Point of View of Adolescent Victims of Sexual Abuse and Their Mothers
ABSTRACT Maternal support received by sexual abuse victims is considered a key factor in coping with the aftermath of abuse. The present study looked at four groups of potential predictors ofExpand
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Factors related to utilization of services for mental health reasons in Montreal, Canada
Abstract This study examines factors related to the utilization of services for mental health reasons by Montreal residents. Data were drawn from telephone interviews. A random sample of 893Expand
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Neuropsychological Characteristics of Adolescents With Conduct Disorder: Association With Attention-Deficit–Hyperactivity and Aggression
The purpose of this study was to determine whether an association exists between neuropsychological deficits and conduct disorder (CD) with and without concurrent attention-deficit–hyperactivityExpand
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Cognitive and familial contributions to conduct disorder in children.
Although young children with conduct disorder (CD) are suspected of having verbal and executive function deficits, most studies that investigated this hypothesis did not control for attention deficitExpand
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Neuropsychological correlates of violence in schizophrenia.
Thirty-one outpatient men with schizophrenia were assessed with various measures of lifelong history of physical violence as well as psychopathology, neuropsychological performance, and neurologicalExpand
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Rate and characteristics of men with an intellectual disability in pre‐trial detention
Abstract Background Various lines of research point to the overrepresentation of individuals with intellectual disability1 (ID) in the criminal justice system. Studies have also shown thatExpand
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Telephone Surveys as an Alternative for Estimating Prevalence of Mental Disorders and Service Utilization: A Montreal Catchment Area Study
Background: Large-scale mental health surveys have provided invaluable information regarding the prevalence of specific mental disorders and service use for mental health reasons. Unfortunately,Expand
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Neurological soft signs in schizophrenia: are they related to negative or positive symptoms, neuropsychological performance, and violence?
This investigation was carried out on 31 unemployed schizophrenic outpatient men. The general purpose was to explore new aspects of neurological soft signs in schizophrenia. A 108-item version of theExpand
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