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New Procedures to Assess Executive Functions in Preschool Children*
Executive functions are difficult to assess in preschool children, yet the preschool period is particularly important, both in the development of behavioral control and of the brain, particularly theExpand
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Neuropsychologic function in toddlers exposed to cocaine in utero: A preliminary study
Patterns of neuropsychological performance on A‐not‐B, inhibition, motor, cognitive, language, and behavior tasks were examined in 34 toddlers—17 cocaine‐exposed (CE) and 17 nonexposed (NE) controls.Expand
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Protecting the Objectivity, Fairness, and Integrity of Neuropsychological Evaluations in Litigation
Consider a 27-year-old, college-educated man who suffered a 20-second loss of consciousness after an aircraft cargo door struck his head in a work related injury. At deposition, an expert presentsExpand
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Individual differences in the development of executive function in children: Lessons from the delayed response and A-not-B Tasks
Individual differences in the development of executive function in children: Lessons from the delayed response and A-not-B Tasks" (2002). Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory-Faculty andExpand
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Nocebo Effects and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Legal Implications
Expectations may play a large role in health-related outcomes, but they may not be fully addressed or considered in medical–legal contexts. Contextual factors can influence a patient’s expectationsExpand
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Erratum to: Nocebo Effects and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Legal Implications
The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake. The below Acknowledgment was missing. The research reported here was supported in part by the Department of Veterans Affairs,Expand
The role of attention in neuropsychological development
Everyone knows what attention is. It is the taking possession by the mind, in clear and vivid form, of one out of what seem to be several simultaneously possible objects or trains of thought.Expand
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