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Using the Diffusion Model to Explain Cognitive Deficits in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Slow, variable, and error-prone performance on speeded reaction time (RT) tasks has been well documented in childhood ADHD, but equally well documented is the context-dependent nature of thoseExpand
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Is Poor Working Memory a Transdiagnostic Risk Factor for Psychopathology?
In contrast to historical conceptualizations that framed psychological disorders as distinct, categorical conditions, it is now widely understood that co- and multi-morbidities between disorders areExpand
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A diffusion-model analysis of timing deficits among children with ADHD.
OBJECTIVE Deficits in the ability to perceive time have been proposed as an etiologic mechanism in the development of the cognitive and behavioral characteristics associated with ADHD. However,Expand
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5-HT1a Receptor Involvement in Temporal Memory and the Response to Temporal Ambiguity
It has previously been demonstrated that rats trained on the peak-interval procedure to associate two different cues with two different fixed interval schedules will generate a scalar peak functionExpand
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Making the Most of it: Application of Planned Missingness Design to Increase the Efficiency of Diagnostic Assessment
Multimethod assessment is recommended as “best practice” in clinical assessment and is often implemented through the combined use of symptom rating scales and structured interviews. While thisExpand
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