Response time variability and response inhibition predict affective problems in adolescent girls, not in boys: the TRAILS study

@inproceedings{Deurzen2012ResponseTV,
  title={Response time variability and response inhibition predict affective problems in adolescent girls, not in boys: the TRAILS study},
  author={Patricia A. M. van Deurzen and Jan K. Buitelaar and J. Agnes Brunnekreef and Johan Ormel and Ruud B. Minderaa and Catharina A. Hartman and A C Huizink and Anne E. M. Speckens and Albertine J. Oldehinkel and Dorine Ida Elise Slaats-Willemse},
  booktitle={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2012}
}
The present study examines the relationship between neurocognitive functioning and affective problems through adolescence, in a cross-sectional and longitudinal perspective. Baseline response speed, response speed variability, response inhibition, attentional flexibility and working memory were assessed in a cohort of 2,179 adolescents (age 10–12 years) from the TRacking Adolescents’ Individual Lives Survey (TRAILS). Affective problems were measured with the DSM-oriented Affective Problems… CONTINUE READING
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