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Social outcomes in childhood brain disorder: a heuristic integration of social neuroscience and developmental psychology.
The authors propose a heuristic model of the social outcomes of childhood brain disorder that draws on models and methods from both the emerging field of social cognitive neuroscience and the studyExpand
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Why IQ is not a covariate in cognitive studies of neurodevelopmental disorders
Abstract IQ scores are volatile indices of global functional outcome, the final common path of an individual’s genes, biology, cognition, education, and experiences. In studying neurocognitiveExpand
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Language and the young damaged brain.
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Inferential Language in High-Function Children with Autism
Despite average verbal intelligence, high-function children with autism have social comprehension deficits that are expressed by how they use and understand language. In this paper, we explored theExpand
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Predictors of secondary attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adolescents 6 to 24 months after traumatic brain injury.
OBJECTIVE To assess the phenomenology and predictive factors of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) after traumatic brain injury (TBI), also called secondary ADHD (SADHD). METHODExpand
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Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents in the first six months after traumatic brain injury.
The study's objective was to assess the nature, rate, predictive factors, and neuroimaging correlates of novel (new-onset) definite anxiety disorders and novel definite/subclinical anxiety disordersExpand
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Recognition of Affective Speech Prosody and Facial Affect in Deaf Children with Unilateral Right Cochlear Implants
Cochlear implant (CI) devices provide the opportunity for children who are deaf to perceive sound by electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve, with the goal of optimizing oral communication. OneExpand
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Reading after closed head injury in childhood: Effects on accuracy, fluency, and comprehension.
Two studies of reading decoding, reading fluency, and reading comprehension after childhood head injury are reported. Study 1 tested whether age at head injury and the type of contusional brainExpand
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Neuropsychological sequelae of the treatment of children with medulloblastoma
SummaryWhen a malignant tumor invades the child's cerebellum, the cost of successful treatment is often significant cognitive morbidity. A review of neuropsychological outcome revealed that survivorsExpand
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A model of neurocognitive function in spina bifida over the life span
Spina bifida myelomeningocele (SBM), a neural tube defect that is the product of a complex pattern of gene-environment interactions, is associated with naturally occurring, systematic variability inExpand
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