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  • Tanya E. Froehlich, Bruce P Lanphear, Jeffery N Epstein, William J. Barbaresi, Slavica K. Katusic, Robert S. Kahn
  • Medicine
  • Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
  • 2007 (First Publication: 1 September 2007)
  • OBJECTIVE To determine the US national prevalence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and whether prevalence, recognition, and treatment vary by socioeconomic group. DESIGNExpand
  • Jeffery N Epstein, Joshua M Langberg, +7 authors Mekibib Altaye
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychology
  • 2011 (First Publication: 1 July 2011)
  • OBJECTIVE The purpose of the research study was to examine the manifestation of variability in reaction times (RT) in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and to examineExpand
  • Tanya E. Froehlich, Julia S. Anixt, Irene M. Loe, Vilawan Chirdkiatgumchai, Lisa Kuan, Richard C. Gilman
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Current psychiatry reports
  • 2011 (First Publication: 16 July 2011)
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a prevalent neurobehavioral disorder affecting 5% to 10% of children. Although considered to be a highly familial disorder, ADHD heritabilityExpand
  • Joseph M Braun, Tanya E. Froehlich, +4 authors Bruce P Lanphear
  • Medicine
  • Journal of autism and developmental disorders
  • 2014 (First Publication: 8 April 2014)
  • Prenatal multivitamin/folic acid supplement use may reduce the risk of autism spectrum disorders. We investigated whether 2nd trimester prenatal vitamin use and maternal whole blood folate (WBF)Expand
  • Melissa Wagner-Schuman, Jason R. Richardson, +5 authors Tanya E. Froehlich
  • Medicine
  • Environmental Health
  • 2015 (First Publication: 28 May 2015)
  • BackgroundPyrethroid pesticides cause abnormalities in the dopamine system and produce an ADHD phenotype in animal models, with effects accentuated in males versus females. However, data regardingExpand